WBC Rankings

Top 15 WBC Rankings by weight division

Heavyweight (no weight limit)

WBC World Heavyweight Champion – Tyson Fury

1. Deontay Wilder
2. Oleksandr Usyk
3. Andy Ruiz Jr.
4. Luis Ortiz
5. Joseph Parker
6. Joe Joyce
7. Michael Hunter
8. Alexander Povetkin
9. Efe Ajagba
10. Filip Hrgovic
11. Agit Kabayel
12. Tony Yoka
13. Frank Sanchez
14. Charles Martin
15. Dereck Chisora

Bridgerweight (224 lbs)

WBC World Bridgerweight Champion – Vacant

1. Oscar Rivas
2. Bryant Jennings
3. Dmitry Kudryashov
4. Evgeny Romanov
5. Artur Szpilka
6. Alen Babic
7. Shigabudin Aliev
8. Bilal Laggoune
9. Joel Tambwe Djeko
10. Lukasz Rozanski
11. Andrey Fedosov
12. Marco Huck
13. Jerry Forrest
14. Samuel Kadje
15. Rashid Kodzoev

Cruiserweight (200 lbs)

WBC World Cruiserweight Champion – Ilunga Makabu

1. Thabiso Mchunu
2. Alexsei Papin
3. Michal Cieslak
4. Yuniel Dorticos
5. Noel Gevor
6. Tommy McCarthy
7. Olanrewaju Durodola
8. Alexey Egorov
9. Krzysztof Wlodarczyk
10. Yury Kashinsky
11. Tervel Pulev
12. Youri Kalenga
13. David Light
14. Chris Billam-Smith
15. Krszysztof Glowacki

Light Heavyweight (175 lbs)

WBC World Light Heavyweight Champion – Artur Beterbiev

1. Jean Pascal
2. Marcus Browne
3. Badou Jack
4. Igor Mikhalkin
5. Jessie Hart
6. Joshua Buatsi
7. Sullivan Barrera
8. Mathieu Bauderlique
9. Lyndon Arthur
10. Nick Hannig
11. Fanlong Meng
12. Anthony Yarde
13. Callum Johnson
14. Dominic Boesel
15. Leon Bunn

Super Middleweight (168 lbs)

WBC World Super Middleweight Champion – Saul Canelo Alvarez

1. David Benavidez
2. David Lemieux
3. Daniel Jacobs
4. Callum Smith
5. Billy Joe Saunders
6. Anthony Dirrell
7. Vladimir Sishkin
8. Pavel Silyagin
9. John Ryder
10. Carlos Gongora
11. Fedor Chudinov
12. Aidos Yerbossynuly
13. Juergen Braehmer
14. Gabriel Rosado
15. Zach Parker

Middleweight (160 lbs)

WBC ‘franchise’ World Middleweight Champion – Saul Canelo Alvarez
WBC World Middleweight Champion – Jermall Charlo

1. Jaime Munguia
2. Sergey Derevyanchenko
3. Maciej Sulecki
4. Juan Macias Montiel
5. Liam Williams
6. Zhanibek Alimkhanuly
7. Esquivia Falcao
8. Matteo Signani
9. Carlos Molina
10. Hugo Centeno, Jr.
11. Tureano Johnson
12. Andrey Sirotkin
13. Kamil Szeremeta
14. Meiirim Nursultanov
15. Jason Quigley

Junior Middleweight/Super Welterweight (154 lbs)

WBC World Super Welterweight Champion – Jermell Charlo

1. Erickson Lubin
2. Sergio Garcia
3. Jeison Rosario
4. Tim Tszyu
5. Sebastian Fundora
6. Julian Williams
7. Jarret Hurd
8. Tony Harrison
9. Brandon Adams
10. Jessie Vargas
11. Charles Conwell
12. Jack Culcay
13. Carlos Adames
14. Patrick Teixeira
15. Serheii Bohachuk

Welterweight (147 lbs)

WBC World Welterweight Champion – Errol Spence Jnr

1. Shawn Porter
2. Mikey Garcia
3. Keith Thurman
4. Vergil Ortiz Jr.
5. Danny Garcia
6. David Avanesyan
7. Jaron Ennis
8. Kudratillo Abdukakhorov
9. Egidijus Kavaliauskas
10. Josesito Lopez
11. Conor Benn
12. Abel Ramos
13. Thulani Mbenge
14. Amir Khan
15. Kell Brook

Junior Welterweight/Super Lightweight (140 lbs)

WBC World Junior Welterweight Champion – Josh Taylor

1. Jose Zepeda
2. Regis Prograis
3. Viktor Postol
4. Arnold Barboza
5. Pablo Cesar Cano
6. Sandor Martin
7. Ivan Baranchyk (
8. Batyrzhan Jukembayev
9. Jack Catterall
10. Anthony Yigit
11. Lewis Ritson
12. Subriel Matias
13. Ohara Davies
14. Omar Alejandro Aguilar
15. Petros Ananyan

Lightweight (135 lbs)

WBC ‘franchise’ World Lightweight Champion – Teofimo Loez
WBC World Lightweight Champion – Devin Haney

1. Vasyl Lomachenko
2. Ryan Garcia
3. Javier Fortuna
4. Jorge Linares
5. Richard Commey
6. Francisco Vargas
7. Yvan Mendy
8. Masayoshi Nakatani
9. Zaur Abdullaev
10. Luke Campbell
11. Emmanuel Tagoe
12. George Kambosos Jr
13. Francesco Patera
14. Shuichiro Yoshino
15. Lee Selby

Junior Lightweight/Super Featherweight (130 lbs)

WBC World Junior Lightweight Champion – Oscar Valdez

1. Miguel Berchelt
2. O’Shaquie Foster
3. Muhammadkhuja Yaqubov
4. Joseph Diaz
5. Tevin Farmer
6. Rene Alvarado
7. Eduardo Hernandez
8. Andrew Cancio
9. Samir Ziani
10. Pablo Vicente
11. Albert Bell
12. Jhonny Gonzalez
13. Joe Noynay
14. Miguel Roman
15. Lamont Roach

Featherweight (126 lbs)

WBC World Featherweight Champion – Gary Russell Jnr

1. Rey Vargas
2. Tugstsogt Nyambayar
3. Lerato Dlamini
4. Mauricio Lara
5. Mark Magsayo
6. Kid Galahad
7. Josh Warrington
8. Joet Gonzalez
9. Hinata Maruta
10. Isaac Lowe
11. Julio Ceja
12. Isaac Dogboe
13. Andoni Gago
14. Satoshi Shimuzu
15. Dennis Contreras

Super Bantamweight/Junior Featherweight (122 lbs)

WBC World Super Bantamweight Champion – Luis Nery

1. Carlos Castro
2. Daniel Roman
3. Ronny Rios
4. Hiroaki Teshigawara
5. Chainoi Worawut
6. Ludumo Lamati
7. Azat Hovhannisyan
8. Angelo Leo
9. Aaron Alameda
10. Michael Conlan
11. Zolani Tete
12. Ryosuke Iwasa
13. Jhunriel Ramonal
14. Abigail Medina
15. Thomas Patrick Ward

Bantamweight (118 lbs)

WBC World Bantamweight Champion – Nordine Ouibaali

1. Nonito Donaire
2. Nawaphon Sor Rungvisai
3. Charlie Edwards
4. Emmanuel Rodriguez
5. Takuma Inoue
6. Alejandro Santiago Barrios
7. Jason Moloney
8. Rau’shee Warren
9. Petch Sor Chitpattana
10. Lee McGregor
11. Paul Butler
12. Keita Kurihara
13. Liborio Solis
14. Nikolay Potapov
15. Ryosuke Nishida

Super Flyweight/Junior Bantamweight (115 lbs)

WBC World Junior Bantamweight Champion – Juan Francisco Estrada

1. Srisaket Sor Rungvisai
2. Roman Gonzalez
3. Carlos Cuadras
4. Pedro Guevara
5. Fernando Martinez
6. Donnie Nietes
7. Andrew Maloney
8. Kosei Tanaka
9. Norbelto Jimenez
10. Yanga Sigqibo
11. Gideon Buthelezi
12. Israel Gonzalez
13. Muhammad Waseem
14. Ryoji Fukunaga
15. Jade Bornea

Flyweight (112 lbs)

WBC World Flyweight Champion – Julio Cesar Martinez

1. Francisco Rodriguez Jr
2. Cristofer Rosales
3. Jay Harris
4. Moruti Mthalane
5. Jackson Chauke
6. Mirco Martin
7. Thananchai Charunphak
8. Jayr Raquinel
9. Giemel Magramo
10. Jonathan Inguito Taconing
11. Genesis Libranza
12. Masayuki Kuroda
13. Miguel Angel Herrera
14. Maximino Flores
15. Joel Cordova

Junior Flyweight/Light Flyweight (108 lbs)

WBC World Light Flyweight Champion – Kenshiro Teraji

1. Masamichi Yabuki
2. Hekkie Budler
3. Armando Torres
4. Tibo Monabesa
5. Kenichi Horikawa
6. Edward Heno
7. Mark Vicelles
8. Milan Melindo
9. Jesse Rodriguez
10. Erik Omar Lopez
11. Sivenathi Nontshinga
12. Jaysever Abcede
13. Siphamandla Baleni
14. Satanmuanglek CP Freshmart
15. DeeJay Kriel

Minimumweight/Mini-Flyweight (105 lbs)

WBC World Minimumweight Champion – Panya Pradabsri

1. Wanheng Menayothin
2. Melvin Jerusalem
3. Byron Rojas
4. Erick Rosa
5. Nkosinathi Joyi
6. Simphiwe Konkco
7. Marco John Rementizo
8. Jing Xiang
9. Tsubasa Koura
10. Ginjiro Shigeoka
11. Norihito Tanaka
12. Ayanda Ndulani
13. Pedro Taduran
14. Lito Dante
15. Abraham Rodriguez

About the WBC (World Boxing Council)

The World Boxing Council is one of the most prestigious of the world boxing governing bodies. The infamous green belt is often the belt that budding world champions wish to covert in their quest for glory. That comes with having to face off against some of the best boxers to ever lace them up. Past champions include the likes of Sugar Ray Leonard, Mohammed Ali and Floyd Mayweather to name but only a few. The president of the WBC (World Boxing Council) is Mauricio Sulaimán. Founded in 1963 and head quartered in Mexico City, Mexico, the WBC also offers the WBC Silver, WBC Diamond and WBC Eternal title belts and status.

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