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McGrain 12-13-2012 06:37 AM

The Transnational Boxing Rankings: Naoya Inoue new #1 at Junior Bantamweight
 


Weekly Rankings
12.05.2016
Heavyweight
Champion: Tyson Fury
1. Wladimir Klitschko
2. Alexander Povetkin
3. Luis Ortiz
4. Deontay Wilder
5. Anthony Joshua
6. Kubrat Pulev
7. Bermane Stiverne
8. Carlos Takam
9. Lucas Browne
10. Charles Parker

Cruiserweight
Champion: Open
1. Krzysztof Glowacki
2. Denis Lebedev
3. Marco Huck
4. Grigory Drozd
5. Victor Emilio Ramirez
6. Ovill McKenzie
7. Ilunga Makabu
8. Krzysztof Wlodarczyk
9. Olanrewaju Durodola
10. Youri Kalenga

Light Heavyweight
Champion Adonis Stevenson
1. Sergey Kovalev
2. Andrzej Fonfara
3. Juergen Braehmer
4. Andre Ward
5. Vyacheslav Shabranskyy
6. Artur Beterbiev
7. Eleider Alvarez
8. Jean Pascal
9. Yunieski Gonzalez
10. Thomas Williams Jr *
Isaac Chilemba bumped out
Super Middleweight
Champion: Open
1. James DeGale
2. Badou Jack ↑ from 3 (bad draw)
3. Gilberto Ramirez
4. George Groves
5. Anthony Dirrell
6. Arthur Abraham
7. Fedor Chudinov
8. Lucian Bute
9. Callum Smith
10. Martin Murray

Middleweight
Champion: Saul Alvarez
1. Gennady Golovkin
2. Daniel Jacobs
3. Billy Joe Saunders
4. Miguel Cotto
5. Andy Lee
6. David Lemieux
7. Peter Quillin
8. Hassan N’Dam N’Jikam
9. Daniel Geale
10. Avtandil Khurtsidze

Junior Middleweight
Champion: Open
1. Erislandy Lara
2. Austin Trout
3. Jermall Charlo
4. Jermell Charlo
5. Demetrius Andrade
6. Vanes Martirosyan
7. Julian Williams
8. Michel Soro
9. Willie Nelson
10. Liam Smith

Welterweight
Champion: Open
1. Kell Brook
2. Timothy Bradley
3. Amir Khan
4. Keith Thurman
5. Shawn Porter
6. Danny Garcia
7. Errol Spence Jr.
8. Jessie Vargas
9. Sammy Vasquez
10. Dmitry Mikhaylenko

Junior Welterweight
Champion: Open
1. Viktor Postol
2. Terence Crawford
3. Lucas Matthysse
4. Jose Benavidez
5. Mauricio Herrera
6. Ruslan Provodnikov
7. Adrien Broner
8. Eduard Troyanovsky
9. Antonio Orozco
10. Adrian Granados

McGrain 12-13-2012 06:38 AM

Re: The Transnational Boxing Rankings:Mayweather & Pacquiao 1,2 @ WW again
 
Lightweight
Champion: Open
1. Dejan Zlaticanin
2. Jorge Linares
3. Terry Flanagan
4. Rances Barthelemy
5. Robert Easter Jr.
6. Mickey Bey
7. Miguel Vazquez
8. Ismael Barroso
9. Yuriorkis Gamboa
10. Algenis Mendez


Junior Lightweight
Champion: Open
1. Francisco Vargas
2. Jezreel Corrales *
3. Takashi Miura
4. Takashi Uchiyama ↓ from 1
5. Javier Fortuna
6. Roman Martinez
7. Jose Pedraza
8. Orlando Salido
9. Edner Cherry
10. Nicholas Walters
Miguel Roman bumped out

Featherweight
Champion: Open
1. Sipiwe Vetyeka
2. Vasyl Lomachenko
3. Lee Selby
4. Gary Russell Jr.
5. Leo Santa Cruz
6. Abner Mares
7. Oscar Valdez
8. Jesus Marcelo Andres Cuellar
9. Oscar Escandon
10. Joseph Diaz Jr.

Junior Featherweight
Champion Guillermo Rigondeaux
1. Carl Frampton
2. Nonito Donaire
3. Scott Quigg
4. Shingo Wake
5. Albert Pagara
6. Hugo Ruiz
7. Genesis Servania
8. Rey Vargas
9. Julio Ceja
10. Moises Flores

Bantamweight
Champion: Open
1. Shinsuke Yamanaka
2. Juan Carlos Payano
3. Anselmo Moreno
4. Jamie McDonnell
5. Tomoki Kameda
6. Zhanat Zhakiyanov
7. Rau’shee ******
8. Pungluang Sor Singyu
9. Tepparith Kokietgym
10. Lee Haskins

Junior Bantamweight
Champion: Open
1. Naoya Inoue
2. Carlos Cuadras
3. Zolani Tete
4. Omar Narvaez
5. Srisaket Sor Rungvisai
6. Kohei Kono
7. McJoe Arroyo
8. Luis Concepcion
9. Arthur Villanueva
10. Norberto Jimenez

Flyweight
Champion: Roman Gonzalez
1. Juan Francisco Estrada
2. Amnat Ruenroeng
3. Kazuto Ioka
4. Brian Viloria
5. McWilliams Arroyo
6. Juan Carlos Reveco
7. Edgar Sosa
8. Moruti Mthalane
9. Johnriel Casimero
10. Yodmongkol Vor Saengthep

Junior Flyweight
Champion: Open
1. Donnie Nietes
2. Ryoichi Taguchi
3. Pedro Guevara
4. Ganigan Lopez
5. Akira Yaegashi
6. Javier Mendoza
7. Rey Loreto
8. Moises Fuentes
9. Jonathan Taconing
10. Jesse Espinas

Strawweight
Champion: Open
1. Wanheng Menayothin
2. Byron Rojas
3. Hekkie Budler
4. Knockout CP Freshmart
5. Jose Argumedo
6. Katsunari Takayama
7. Kosei Tanaka
8. Xiong Zhao Zhong
9. Carlos Buitrago
10. Saul Juarez

McGrain 12-13-2012 06:38 AM

Re: The Transnational Boxing Rankings
 
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The idea here is that these are your rankings gents. The above link will tell you a little more about the TBRB, but briefly it's been felt that with The Ring Magazine rankings becoming questionable and with the racketeers still running the alphabet soup, the internet could do better. This is the result and it's been adopted by several websites as offical rankings, including ESB.

They are currently updated monthly on the homepage, [Only registered and activated users can see links. Click Here To Register...], on ESB's frontpage and on the various other websites who we support/who support us.

But the bottom line is the fans. That's you lot. So speak up. What you like, what you don't, we're interested in what you and the rest of boxing's put upon fanbase has to say.

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KERRIGAN 12-13-2012 06:47 AM

Re: The Transnational Boxing Rankings
 
Don't see how one can rank the inactive Dirrell and not rank Angulo. :huh

McGrain 12-13-2012 07:09 AM

Re: The Transnational Boxing Rankings
 
Inactivity and how it should impact a boxer is a sticky one at the moment; check out Mayweather's dual ranking for another thorny issue, he hasn't fought in some time as a welterweight. It's in hand. The good news is that Angulo boxes this weekend and becomes subject to next month's ranking dicussion.

Note, though, that Dirrell has fought within a year - just - and Angulo has not.

DrMo 12-13-2012 07:31 AM

Re: The Transnational Boxing Rankings
 
How often do you guys get together & update them?

Drew101 12-13-2012 07:31 AM

Re: The Transnational Boxing Rankings
 
At 122...

Why would Mijares be ranked at the weight when his recent outings have been conducted at featherweight. And where is Poonsawat in that division's top 10..?

McGrain 12-13-2012 07:41 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Drew101 (Post 14390211)
At 122...

Why would Mijares be ranked at the weight when his recent outings have been conducted at featherweight. And where is Poonsawat in that division's top 10..?

Fighters are removed from divisional rankings upon indicating publicly that they won't be returning to that division (which Mijares hasn't done) or until they fall foul of the inactivity rules (taken on a case by case basis). Because Mijares fought there within the year he hasn't even been flagged yet.

But that's the kind of thing a forum like this can help us keep right on. Everyone involved is a volunteer and most of these guys are working stiff, so any and all support is welcome.


Poonsawat isn't ranked due mainly to his horrible level of comp since Lee took his title. I'd invite you to make a case, but he'll obviously be definied by what happens this weekend.

Quote:

Originally Posted by DrMo (Post 14390210)
How often do you guys get together & update them?

Currently monthly; it may go weekly depending.

Joe.Boxer 12-13-2012 08:21 AM

Re: The Transnational Boxing Rankings
 
Have you awarded your championship belts to the recognized champions yet, and was there an award ceremony?

McGrain 12-13-2012 08:53 AM

Re: The Transnational Boxing Rankings
 
No belts Joe. As far as i'm aware the fighters that become champion don't even get any kind of message telling them :lol: At first I thought that underwhelming, but now I kind of like it. These rankings aren't about the fighters, they're about the fans.

When you look at Ring rankings what do you think? Especially when there's a striking new entry or new #2? You think, "is this a Golden Boy fighter?" if you're anything like me. Rightly or wrongly, fair or unfair. This month they seem to have reallly lost it with that p4p list.

Even a casual ESB member knows that the Alphabet crew are a joke. So where does a fan go on the internet if they can't figure out who is #2, or #5 or #1 or whatever in each division? We want them to come to our site, or one of the sites that support our rankings.

KERRIGAN 12-13-2012 09:06 AM

Re: The Transnational Boxing Rankings
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by McGrain (Post 14390128)
Inactivity and how it should impact a boxer is a sticky one at the moment; check out Mayweather's dual ranking for another thorny issue, he hasn't fought in some time as a welterweight. It's in hand. The good news is that Angulo boxes this weekend and becomes subject to next month's ranking dicussion.

Note, though, that Dirrell has fought within a year - just - and Angulo has not.

What about the Tiger fellow that Angulo KO'd? :think

KERRIGAN 12-13-2012 09:11 AM

Re: The Transnational Boxing Rankings
 
This is a good initiative, especially now that The Ring is being corrupted by Golden Boy.

BTW. How come in some of the divisions you have a Champion listed, and then the next 10, and in others, just the Top 10? :huh

McGrain 12-13-2012 09:12 AM

Re: The Transnational Boxing Rankings
 
13 months ago. Dude was all but eliminated by Kirkland anyway.

Champions are crowned only where a defined lineage could be identified. Divisions where this was not the case can only see a champion crowned when the #1 meets the #2.

So for example, if Trout and Mayweather met at 154lbs., a new lineage is established. If Mayweather then retires, the #1 and #2 need to meet to re-establish.

KERRIGAN 12-13-2012 09:19 AM

Re: The Transnational Boxing Rankings
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by McGrain (Post 14390654)
13 months ago. Dude was all but eliminated by Kirkland anyway.

Angulo fought in November of 2012.

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Dece Bal 12-13-2012 09:22 AM

Re: The Transnational Boxing Rankings
 
Good stuff, McG. How are the rankings made?


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