Newest Transnational Rankings Are Out

BY The Sweet Science ON July 02, 2013
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TRANSNATIONAL BOXING RANKINGS Weekly Rankings

2 July 2013

* = new entry

Heavyweight

Champion: Vacant

1. Wladimir Klitschko

2. Vitali Klitschko

3. David Haye

4. Alexander Povetkin

5. Tomasz Adamek

6. Kubrat Pulev

7. Tyson Fury

8. Tony Thompson

9. Bermane Stiverne

10. Robert Helenius

Cruiserweight

Champion: Vacant

1. Marco Huck

2. Yoan Pablo Hernandez

3. Kryzstof Wlodarczyk

4. Guillermo Jones

5. Ola Afolabi

6. Denis Lebedev

7. Troy Ross

8. Francisco Palacios

9. Firat Arslan

10. Alexander Alekseev

Light Heavyweight

Champion: Adonis Stevenson

1. Bernard Hopkins

2. Jean Pascal

3. Chad Dawson

4. Sergey Kovalev

5. Nathan Cleverly

6. Tavoris Cloud

7. Gabriel Campillo

8. Denis Grachev

9. Tony Bellew

10. Andrzej Fonfara

Super Middleweight

Champion Andre Ward

1. Carl Froch

2. Mikkel Kessler

3. Lucian Bute

4. Robert Stieglitz

5. Arthur Abraham

6. Sakio Bika

7. George Groves

8. Edwin Rodriguez

9. Brandon Gonzales*

10. Thomas Oosthuizen ↓

Adonis Stevensen bumped out.

Middleweight

Champion: Sergio Martinez

1. Gennady Golovkin ↑

2. Daniel Geale

3. Peter Quillin

4. Martin Murray

5. Julio Cesar Chavez, Jr.

6. Matthew Macklin

7. Felix Sturm

8. Sam Soliman

9. Marco Antonio Rubio

10. Hassan N’Dam N’Jikam *

Dmitry Pirog (#9) inactive.

Junior Middleweight

Champion: Vacant

1. Saul Alvarez

2. Floyd Mayweather

3. Austin Trout

4. Erislandy Lara

5. Miguel Cotto

6. Carlos Molina

7. Vanes Martirosyan

8. Ishe Smith

9. Gabriel Rosado

10. Zaurbeck Baysangurov

Welterweight

Champion: Vacant

1. Floyd Mayweather

2. Juan Manuel Marquez

3. Manny Pacquiao

4. Timothy Bradley

5. Robert Guerrero

6. Devon Alexander

7. Marcos Maidana

8. Josesito Lopez

9. Victor Ortiz

10. Paulie Malignaggi

Junior Welterweight

Champion: Vacant

1. Lucas Matthysse

2. Danny Garcia

3. Lamont Peterson

4. Amir Khan

5. Mike Alvarado

6. Brandon Rios

7. Zab Judah

8. Juan Manuel Marquez

9. Olusegun Ajose

10. Khabib Allakhverdiev

Lightweight

Champion: Vacant

1. Adrien Broner

2. Ricky Burns

3. Miguel Vazquez

4. Richard Abril

5. Antonio DeMarco

6. Paulus Moses

7. Raymundo Beltran

8. Hank Lundy

9. Sharif Bogere

10. Terence Crawford*

Junior Lightweight

Champion: Vacant

1. Takashi Uchiyama

2. Argenis Mendez

3. Juan Carlos Burgos

4. Roman Martinez

5. Miguel Beltran, Jr.

6. Yuriorkis Gamboa

7. Juan Carlos Salgado

8. Takahiro Ao

9. Takashi Miura

10. Diego Magdaleno

Featherweight

Champion: Vacant

1. Mikey Garcia

2. Chris John

3. Abner Mares

4. Daniel Ponce De Leon

5. Jhonny Gonzalez

6. Orlando Salido

7. Evgeny Gradovich

8. Javier Fortuna

9. Billy Dib

10. Robinson Castellanos

Junior Featherweight

Champion: Guillermo Rigondeuax

1. Nonito Donaire

2. Victor Terrazas

3. Jeffrey Mathebula

4. Cristian Mijares

5. Carl Frampton

6. Vic Darchinyan

7. Scott Quigg

8. Jonathan Romero

9. Fernando Montiel

10. Leo Santa Cruz

Bantamweight

Champion: Vacant

1. Shinsuke Yamanaka

2. Anselmo Moreno

3. Koki Kameda

4. Hugo Ruiz

5. Jamie McDonnell

6. Joseph Agbeko

7. Stephane Jamoye

8. Julio Ceja

9. Malcolm Tunacao

10. Paulus Ambunda

Junior Bantamweight

Champion: Vacant

1. Omar Narvaez

2. Srisaket Sor Rungvisai

3. Juan Carlos Sanchez

4. Liborio Solis

5. Kohei Kono

6. Tepparith Kokeitgym (Singwancha)

7. Felipe Orucuta

8. Juan Alberto Rosas

9. Carlos Cuadras

10. Arthur Villanueva*

Suriyan Sor Rungvisai (#7) is campaigning at BW.

Flyweight

Champion: Akira Yaegashi

1. Juan Francisco Estrada

2. Moruti Mthlane

3. Brian Viloria

4. Edgar Sosa

5. Toshiyuki Igarashi

6. Hernan Marquez

7. Juan Carlos Reveco

8. Milan Melindo

9. Luis Concepcion

10. Rocky Fuentes

Junior Flyweight

Champion: Vacant

1. Roman Gonzalez

2. Adrian Hernandez

3. Ulises Solis

4. Donnie Nietes

5. Johnriel Casimero

6. Kazuto Ioka

7. Pedro Guevara

8. Denver Cuello

9. Ramon Garcia

10. Ryoichi Taguchi

Strawweight

Champion: Vacant

1. Katsunari Takayama

2. Mario Rodriguez

3. Hekkie Budler

4. Nkosinathi Joyi

5. Ryo Miyazaki

6. Raul Garcia

7. Pornsawan Porpramook

8. Wanheng Menayothin

9. Xiong Zhao Zhong *

10. Merlito Sabillo

Moises Fuentes (#2) has had two consecutive bouts over 105-one at 108, then at 112. We’ll see where his next bout is and then consider ranking him there, if deserved.

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