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Old 10-03-2011, 05:56 AM   #1
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Default Divisional World Rankings October 2011 Update

Please let me know your thoughts. Middleweight is quite a difficult one to rank. I have raised Barker into the top 10. Does the loss to Martinez mean more than what others have done?


DIVISIONAL RANKINGS


Heavyweight (201lbs+)
World Champion: Wladimir Klitschko (WBA, IBF & WBO) - Beat Ruslan Chagaev June 2009
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2. Vitali Klitschko (WBC)
3. Alexander Povetkin
3. Tomasz Adamek
5. Robert Helenius
6. Chris Arreola
7. Eddie Chambers
8. Alexander Dimitrenko
9. Ruslan Chagaev
10. Tony Thompson
11. Odlanier Solis
12. Dennis Boystov
13. Bermane Stiverne
14. Tyson Fury
15. Jean Marc Mormeck


Cruiserweight (200lbs)
World Champion: (Vacant)
1. Yoan Pablo Hernandez (IBF)
2. Steve Cunningham
3. Marco Huck (WBO)
4. Dennis Lebedev
5. Krzysztof Wlodarczyk (WBC)
6. Troy Ross
7. Guillermo Jones (WBA)
8. Ola Alafoabi
9. Antonio Tarver
10. Francisco Palacios
11. Alexander Frenkel
12. Steve Herelius
13. Giacobbe Fragomeni
14. Firat Arslan
15. Lateef Kayode


Light Heavyweight (175lbs)
World Champion: Bernard Hopkins (WBC) - Beat Jean Pascal May 2011
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2. Jean Pascal
3. Tavoris Cloud (IBF)
4. Chad Dawson
5. Zsolt Erdei
6. Nathan Cleverly (WBO)
7. Dmitry Sukhotsky
8. Ismayl Sillakh
9. Gabriel Campillo
10. Beibut Shumenov (WBA)
11. Karo Marat
12. Adrian Diaconu
13. Eduard Gutknecht
14. Yussuf Mack
15. Issac Chilemba


Super Middleweight (168lbs)
World Championship: (Andre Ward vs Carl Froch Dec 17th)
1. Andre Ward (WBA)
2. Carl Froch (WBC)
3. Mikkel Kessler
4. Lucian Bute (IBF)
5. Robert Stieglitz (WBO)
6. Glen Johnson
7. Sakio Bika
8. Arthur Abraham
9. Kelly Pavlik
10. Brian Magee
11. Karoly Balzsay
12. Piotr Wilczewski
13. Peter Quillin
14. George Groves
15. Edwin Rodrigurez



Middleweight (160lbs)
World Champion: Sergio Martinez - Beat Kelly Pavlik April 2010
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2. Daniel Geale (IBF)
3. Felix Sturm (WBA)
4. Matthew Macklin
5. Dimitry Pirog (WBO)
6. Gennady Golovkin
7. Gregorsz Proska
8. Hassan N’Dam N'Jikam
9. Darren Barker
10. Andy Lee
11. Marco Antonio Rubio
12. Julio Cesar Chavez Jnr (WBC)
13. Sebastian Zbik
14. Sebastian Sylvester
15. Avtandil Khurtsidze


Light Middleweight (154lbs)
World Championship: (Vacant)
1. Miguel Cotto (WBA)
2. Saul Alvarez (WBC)
3. Sergeii Dzinziruk (WBO)
4. Paul Williams
5. Erislandy Lara
6. Carlos Molina
7. Antonio Margorito
8. Cornelius Bundrage (IBF)
9. Austin Trout
10. Alfredo Angulo
11. Pawal Wolak
12. Delvin Rodrigurez
13. Kermit Cintron
14. Nobuhiro Ishida
15. Vanes Martirosyan


Welterweight (147lbs)
World Championship: (Vacant)
1. Manny Pacquiao (WBO)
2. Floyd Mayweather Jnr (WBC)
3. Victor Ortiz
4. Andre Berto (IBF)
5. Shane Mosley
6. Vyacheslav Senchenko (WBA)
7. Jan Zaveck
8. Kell Brook
9. Randall Bailey
10. Mike Jones
11. Jesus Soto Karass
12. Selcuk Aydin
13. Brad Solomon
14. Shawn Porter
15. Ismael El Massoudi


Light Welterweight (140lbs)
World Champion: Timothy Bradley (WBO) – Beat Devon Alexander January 2011
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2. Amir Khan (WBA & IBF)
3. Marcos Maidana
4. Devon Alexander
5. Zab Judah
6. Lucas Mathysse
7. Lamont Peterson
8. Juan Manuel Marquez
9. Erik Morales (WBC)
10. Humberto Soto
11. Kendall Holt
12. Ajose Olusegun
13. Mike Alvarado
14. Vernon Paris
15. Paul McCloskey


Lightweight (135lbs)
World Championship: (Vacant)
1. Brandon Rios (WBA)
2. Robert Guerrero (WBO)
3. Miguel Vasquez (IBF)
4. Miguel Acosta
5. Michael Katsidis
6. Urbano Antillon
7. Jorge Linares
8. Paulus Moses
9. Antonio DeMarco
10. Vincente Escobedo
11. Kevin Mitchell
12. Ameth Diaz
13. John Molina
14. Henry Lundy
15. Mercito Gesta

(WBC title Vacant)


Super Featherweight (130lbs)
World Championship: (Vacant)
1. Takashi Uchiyama (WBA)
2. Adrian Broner
3. Juan Carlos Salgado (IBF)
4. Takahiro Ao (WBC)
5. Ricky Burns
6. Roman Martinez
7. Agenis Mendez
8. Elroy Perez
9. Sergey Gulyakevich
10. Vitali Tajbert
11. Jorge Solis
12. Diego Magdaleno
13. Luis Cruz
14. Terdsak Kokietgym
15. Daniel Jiminez

(WBO Title Vacant)


Featherweight (125lbs)
World Championship: (Vacant)
1. Yuriorkis Gamboa
2. Chris John (WBA)
3. Orlando Salido (WBO)
4. Juan Manuel Lopez
5. Jhonny Gonzalez (WBC)
6. Ello Rojas
7. Miguel Angel Garcia
8. Jonathan Victor Barros
9. Daniel Ponce De Leon
10. Celestino Caballero
11. Cristobal Cruz
12. Billy Dib (IBF)
13. Hozumi Hasegawa
14. Daud Yordan
15. Alexander Miskirtchian


Super Bantamweight (122lbs)
World Championship: (Vacant)
1. Toshiaki Nishioka (WBC)
2. Jorge Arce (WBO)
3. Rico Ramos (WBA)
4. Wilfredo Vasquez Jnr
5. Guillermo Rigondeaux
6. Takalani Ndlovu (IBF)
7. Akifumi Shimoda
8. Ryol Li Lee
9. Poonsawat Kratingdaenggym
10. Fernando Montiel
11. Ricardo Cordoba
12. Steve Molitor
13. Rendall Munroe
14. Victor Terrazas
15. Kiko Martinez


Bantamweight (118lbs)
World Championship: (Vacant)
1. Nonito Donaire (WBC & WBO)
2. Abner Mares (IBF)
3. Joseph Agbeko
4. Anselmo Moreno (WBA)
5. Vic Darchinyan
6. Koki Komeda
7. Yhonny Perez
8. Eric Morel
9. Christian Esquivel
10. Malik Bouziane
11. Leo Santa Cruz
12. Hugo Ruiz
13. Vusi Malinga
14. AJ Banal
15. Jamie McDonnell


Super Flyweight (115lbs)
World Championship: (Vacant)
1. Omar Navarez (WBO)
2. Tomonobu Shimizu (WBA)
3. Rodrigo Guerrero (IBF)
4. Hugo Fidel Cazares
5. Suriyan Sor Rungvisai (WBC)
6. Tomás Rojas
7. Cesar Seda
8. Raul Martinez
9. Juan Alberto Rosas
10. Drian Francisco
11. Nobou Nashiro
12. Yota Sato
13. Simphiwe Nongqayi
14. Sylvester Lopez
15. Tepparith Singwancha


Flyweight (112lbs)
World Champion: Pongsanklek Wonjongham (WBC) - Beat Koki Kameda March 2010
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2. Brian Vilora (WBO)
3. Hernan Marquez (WBA)
4. Moruti Mthalane (IBF)
5. Julio Cesar Miranda
6. Luis Concepcion
7. Giovanni Segura
8. Edgar Sosa
9. Takefumi Sakata
10. Wilbert Ulcab
11. Rocky Fuentes
12. Panomroonglek Kaiyarn Hadaogym
13. Milan Melindo
14. Zolani Tete
15. Toshiyuki Igarashi


Light Flyweight (108lbs)
World Championship: (Vacant)
1. Usiles Solis (IBF)
2. Roman Gonzalez (WBA)
3. Luis Alberto Lazarate
4. Ivan Calderon
5. Donnie Nietes (WBO)
6. Omar Nino Ramero
7. Adrian Hernadez (WBC)
8. Carlos Tamara
9. Rodel Mayol
10. Gilberto Keb Baas
11. Ryo Miyazaki
12. Jesus Geles
13. Ramon Garcia Hireles
14. Sonny Boy Jaro
15. Juan Carlos Reveco


Strawweight (105lbs)
World Championship: (Vacant)
1. Nkosinathi Joyi (IBF)
2. Kazuto Ioda (WBC)
3. Moises Fuentes (WBO)
4. Raul Garcia
5. Pornsawan Pompamook
6. Juan Palacios
7. Michael Landero
8. Florante Condes
9. Denver Cuello
10. Kwanthai Sithmorseng (WBA)
11. Ronald Barrera
12. Katsunari Takayama
13. Paipharob Kokietgym
14. Ganigan Lopez
15. Armando Torres

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Old 10-03-2011, 06:25 AM   #2
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Old 10-03-2011, 07:04 AM   #3
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Personally, I think Barker is a bit too highly ranked at 7. I'd have Proksa & probably N'dam N'jikam ahead of him. The Spada win was good and he was decent vs Martinez but them two performances don't quite put him ahead of them 2 for me. I agree about him just ahead of Lee so 9 for me would be a fair ranking.

Some other changes I'd consider making;

Helenius ahead of Chambers possibly Arreola too at Heavyweight.
Wlodarcysk ahead of Ross at Cruiserweight; he has more wins of note.
I personally have Khan now ahead of Bradley as no.1 at LWW.
Barros ahead of Ponce at FW.

And I know Fernando Montiel and Giovani Segura are new in their divisions but both are too lowly ranked IMO, especially Montiel. Maybe both could go up 1 or 2 places.

Also JMM at light welterweight? I'm guessing he will be moved to welterweight after Pacquiao?
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Old 10-03-2011, 07:18 AM   #4
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JFT have changed your fitrst few suggestions.

Segura and Montiel stay where they are due to good fighters being ahead of them. All the guys above them have close losses at world level

Marquez will go up after MP win or lose.
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Old 10-03-2011, 07:25 AM   #5
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Segura and Montiel stay where they are due to good fighters being ahead of them. All the guys above them have close losses at world level

Marquez will go up after MP win or lose.
Fair enough I can see your logic. Especially looking again at Segura, his position is probably about right at the moment. Similar with Montiel though I'd personally have him ahead of Poonsowat at the min and maybe Lee too due to his previous success at bantam + a good stoppage win vs Cermeno. Suppose i'm just splitting hairs though
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Old 10-03-2011, 02:53 PM   #6
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You need to remove Chris Henry. I'm not sure what he was doing at 7 anyway.
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Old 10-03-2011, 02:57 PM   #7
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Mabuza at 11 is very high seeing as he just lost to Van Heerden for the IBO title.
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Old 10-03-2011, 03:01 PM   #8
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Moreno ahead of Darchinyan?

Oh and Raul Garcia lost his title(unsurprisingly) to an unheralded(surprisingly) fighter, so he'd probably drop quite a few places.
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Old 10-03-2011, 03:11 PM   #9
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Where`s Wlads worthy challenger Mormeck?
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Barker wins three rounds and gets knocked out and he gets a significant rise in the rankings. Utterly bizarre.
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Barker wins three rounds and gets knocked out and he gets a significant rise in the rankings. Utterly bizarre.
Similar to Macklin in a way. Granted Macklin performed better, and hence received a higher ranking.
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Old 10-10-2011, 12:35 PM   #12
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Barker wins three rounds and gets knocked out and he gets a significant rise in the rankings. Utterly bizarre.
not really
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You need to remove Chris Henry. I'm not sure what he was doing at 7 anyway.
Or at #8.
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henry down to 15.
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mclocksey replaces mabuza.
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