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WBA Rankings

Top 15 WBA Rankings by weight division

Heavyweight (no weight limit)

WBA (Super) World Heavyweight Champion – Oleksandr Usyk
WBA (Regular) World Heavyweight Champion – Mahmoud Charr

Deontay Wilder
Martin Bakole
Anthony Joshua
Lenier Pero
Arslanbek Makhmudov
Jarrell Miller
Daniel Dubois
Jared Anderson
Filip Hrgovic
Ivan Dychko
Fabio Wardley
Agit Kabayel
Efe Ajagba
Jonathan Guidry
Frank Sanchez

Cruiserweight (200 lbs)

WBA (Super) World Cruiserweight Champion – Arsen Goulamirian

Yuniel Dorticos
Alexey Egorov
Mike Perez
Firat Arslan
Edin Puhalo
Leon Harth
Gilberto Ramirez
Joe Smith
Ryan Rozicki
Huseyin Cinkara
Evgeny Tishchenko
Zhaoxin Zhang
Richard Riakporhe
Ellis Zorro
Mairis Briedis

Light Heavyweight (175 lbs)

WBA (Super) World Light Heavyweight Champion – Dmitry Bivol

Joshua Buatsi
Dan Azeez
Anthony Yarde
Albert Ramirez
Richard Rivera
Oleksandr Gvozdyk
Lyndon Arthur
Connor Wallace
Ahmed Elbiali
Gabriel Diaz
Malik Zinad
Radivoje Kalajdzic
Michael Eifert
Kareem Hackett
Andre Dirrell

Super Middleweight (168 lbs)

WBA (Super) World Super Middleweight Champion – Saul Canelo Alvarez
WBA (Regular) World Super Middleweight Champion – David Morrell Jr

Demetrius Andrade
Christian Mbilli
Erik Bazinyan
Padraig McCrory
Caleb Plant
Uwel Hernandez
Bektemir Melikuziev
Pablo Corzo
Diego Pacheco
Bek Nurmaganbet
Luis Fernandez
Pavel Silyagin
Ernesbadi Begue
Cesar Mateo Tapia
Simon Zachenhuber

Middleweight (160 lbs)

WBA (Super) World Middleweight Champion – Erislandy Lara

Michael Zerafa
Elijah Garcia
Austin Williams
Thomas LaManna
Francisco Veron
Connor Coyle
Danny Garcia
Ian Green
Sergio Martinez
Shane Mosley Jr.
Hamzah Sheeraz
Etoundi William
Nathan Heaney
Armando Resendiz
Felix Cash

Junior Middleweight/Super Welterweight (154 lbs)

WBA (Super) World Super Welterweight Champion – Jermell Charlo

Israil Madrimov
Magomed Kurbanov
Erickson Lubin
James Metcalf
Liam Smith
Michel Soro
Austin Trout
Milan Prat
Vito Mielnicki
Tewa Kiram
Johan Gonzalez
Jesus Ramos
Sam Eggington
Yoenis Tellez
Oliver Meng

Welterweight (147 lbs)

WBA (Super) World Welterweight Champion – Terence Crawford
WBA (Regular) World Welterweight Champion – Eimantas Stannionis

Vergil Ortiz
Shakhram Giyasov
Keith Thurman
Radzhab Butaev
Errol Spence
Gabriel Maestre
Cody Crowley
Jin Sasaki
Jamal James
Conah Walker
Derrieck Cuevas
Alexis Rocha
Tresean Wiggins
Damian Lescaille
Taras Shelestyuk

Junior Welterweight/Super Lightweight (140 lbs)

WBA (Super) World Junior Welterweight Champion – Rolando Romero

Ohara Davies
Kenneth Sims
Ismael Barroso
Ryan Garcia
Nestor Bravo
Batyr Akhmedov
Jack Catterall
Orestes Velazquez
Adam Azim
Khariton Agrba
Jonathan Alonso
Kevin Brown
Kurt Scoby
Batyrzhan Jukembayev
Jose Rosa

Lightweight (135 lbs)

WBA (Super) World Lightweight Champion – Devin Haney
WBA (Regular) World Lightweight Champion – Gervonta Davis

Isaac Cruz
William Zepeda
Frank Martin
Vasiliy Lomachenko
Floyd Schofield
Albert Batyrgaziev
Keyshawn Davis
Idalberto Umara
George Kambosos
Chann Thonson
Roger Gutierrez
Lucas Bahdi
Reece Mould
Zaur Abdullaev
Giovanni Cabrera

Junior Lightweight/Super Featherweight (130 lbs)

WBA (Super) World Junior Lightweight Champion – Hector Luis Garcia

Lamont Roach
Otar Eranosyan
Jono Carroll
Kenichi Ogawa
Sultan Zaurbek
Leo Santa Cruz
Zhora Hamazaryan
Zelfa Barrett
Francisco Fonseca
Abel Mendoza
Jordan White
William Foster III
Jose Matias Romero
Vildan Minasov
Francisco Lucero

Featherweight (126 lbs)

WBA (Super) World Featherweight Champion – Leigh Wood

Otabek Kholmatov
Raymond Ford
Reiya Abe
Mirco Cuello
Tomoki Kameda
Luis Nunez
Josh Warrington
Victor Morales
Dominique Francis
Anselmo Moreno
Ruben Villa
Mauricio Lara
Arnold Khegai
Hopey Price
Luis Ventura

Super Bantamweight/Junior Featherweight (122 lbs)

WBA (Super) World Super Bantamweight Champion – Marlon Tapales

Murodjon Akhmadaliev
Kevin Gonzalez
Oleh Dovhun
Yegeniy Pavlov
Shabaz Masoud
Leonardo Carrillo
Israel Picazo
Elijah Pierce
Hector Valdez
Ramon Cardenas
Max Ornelas
Subara Murata
Mukhammad Shekhov
Liam Davies
Stephen Fulton

Bantamweight (118 lbs)

WBA (Super) World Bantamweight Champion – Takuma Inoue

Sho Ishida
Antonio Vargas
Seiya Tsutsumi
Kal Yafai
Victor Santillan
Jerwin Ancajas
Liborio Solis
Daigo Higa
Eros Correa
Yoshiki Takei
Yuittapong Tongdee
Dominirque Crowder
Luis Pacheco
Carlos Mujica
De Kang Wang

Super Flyweight/Junior Bantamweight (115 lbs)

WBA (Super) World Junior Bantamweight Champion – Kazuto Ioka

NOT RATED
John Ramirez
Kosei Tanaka
Roman Gonzalez
Bin Lu
David Contreras
Ronal Batista
Sirichai Thaiyen
KJ Cataraja
Josber Perez
Felix Montenegro
Kenta Nakagawa
Rene Bibiano
Phumelele Cafu
Winston Guerrero

Flyweight (112 lbs)

WBA (Super) World Flyweight Champion – Artem Dalakian

Seigo Yuri Akui
Dave Apolinario
Angelino Cordova
Hiroto ‘Glover’ Kyoguchi
Taku Kuwahara
Andy Velasquez
David Jimenez
Ricardo Sandoval
Cristofer Rosales
Galal Yafai
Tanes Ongjunta
Ramon Quiroga
Brian Mosinos
Luis Concepcion
Wulan Toulehazi

Junior Flyweight/Light Flyweight (108 lbs)

WBA (Super) World Light Flyweight Champion – Kenshiro Tiraji

Carlos Canizales
Shokichi Iwata
Hekkie Budler
Daniel Matellon
Anhtony Olascuaga
Christian Araneta
Masamichi Yabuki
Jairo Noriega
Daiki Tomita
Ronald Chacon
Junior Zarata
Ryiya Yamanaka
Joey Canoy
Kanamu Sakama
Esteban Bermudez

Minimumweight/Mini-Flyweight (105 lbs)

WBA (Super) World Minimumweight Champion – Thammanoon Niyomtrong
WBA (Regular) World Minimumweight Champion – Erick Rosa

NOT RATED
Hasanboy Dusmatov
Leandro Blanc
Yuni Takada
Masataka Taniguchi
Victorio Saludar
Rene Cuatro
Luis Soto
Ayanda Ndulani
Arar Andales
Jake Amparo
Dianxing Zhu
Alex Winwood
Garen Diagan
Wilfredo Mendez

About the WBA (World Boxing Association)

Founded in 1962 the World Boxing Association is the oldest of the four main governing bodies of the boxing world. The WBA is headquartered in Panama City, Panama and the president is Gilberto Mendoza Jr. The WBA has 2 recognised World Champions, the ‘Super Champion’ and the ‘Regular Champion.’ If a champion holds two or more titles from one of the other three bodies in the same weight class they are the ‘Super Champion’. A fighter who holds the WBA ‘Regular’ can be promoted to be the ‘Super’ Champion if they go on to win two other belts in the same division from either the WBO, WBC or IBF governing bodies.

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