Top 10 Super Flyweight Boxers – September 2021 Rankings
Kazuto Ioka maintains his top tier status as one of the best boxers in the world after defeating Francisco Rodríguez Jr. by unanimous decision. Also ranking the best Super Flyweights such as Juan Francisco Estrada, Joshua Franco, and more
*For current and up to date rankings go to Top 10 Super Flyweight Boxers – World Rankings
Andrew Moloney is an Australian professional boxer with a record of 21 wins 2 loses and 1 no-contests. He is the former WBA interim super-flyweight champion, and won the title after defeating Elton Dharry in 2019.
Gideon Buthelezi is another fighter who deserves an honourable mention, and he is also the current IBO super-flyweight champion. Buthelezi is a SOuth African boxer with a record of 22 wins and 5 losses
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Donnie Nietes is a Filipino professional boxer with a record of 43 wins, 1 loss and 5 draws.
Nietes is a four division champion, having held multiple world titles at mini-flyweight, junior flyweight, flyweight and super flyweight. He held the WBO mini flyweight title from 2007 to 2011 defending it four times, before moving up and holding the WBO and The Ring magazine junior-flyweight titles between 2011 and 2016.
Nietes has also held the IBF flyweight title from 2017 to 2018, and the WBO Junior Bantamweight title from 2018 to 2019.
In his most recent fight, he defeated Pablo Carillo via Unanimous decision, there hasn’t been any official announcement about his next fight.
The next fighter on our list is from Mexico, Carlos Cuadras has a professional Boxing record of 39 wins, 4 losses and 1 draw.
Most notably, Cuadras won the WBC super flyweight title back in 2014, and defended his title 6 times. In his most recent fight, he challenged Juan Fransisco Estarda for the WBC and The Ring super flyweight titles, but lost via TKO.
His next fight has not been announced yet.
Francisco Rodríguez Jr.
Next up on this list, we have Francisco Rodríguez Jr. from Mexico. He has a professional record of 34 wins, five losses and draws.
Most notably, he is the former unified WBO and IBF mini-flyweight champion, and has also challenged for world titles at light flyweight and super flyweight.
His most recent fight was against Kazuto Ioka last weekend, with the WBO super flyweight title on the line. The fight was an exciting back and forth clash, and both fighters had some good moments.Though Rodríguez was quite aggressive, and gave Ioka a tough competition, he lost a unanimous decision.
Next on the list, Khalid Yafai is a professional boxer from Britain, with a record of 26 wins and losses.
Most notably, Yafai held theWBA super-flyweight title from 2016 to 2020, defending it four times before losing it to Román González in his most recent fight. As an amateur, he also represented Great Britain at the 2008 Olympics.
There is no official announcement about Yafai’s next fight.
Title(s): WBA Champion
The American boxer, Joshua Franco has a professional record of 18 wins, 1 loss, 2 draws and 1 no-contest.
He is the current WBA (Regular) super flyweight champion, and has defended the title twice, both times against Andrew Moloney after taking the title against him in 2020.
Currently, there isn’t any news about Franco’s next fight.
Title(s): IBF Champion
Jerwin Ancajas is a professional boxer from the Philippines, and he has a record of 33 wins, loss and 2 draws.
Ancajas is the current IBF junior-bantamweight champion, and has held the title since 2017, defending it 9 times in total. In his most recent fight, he faced Jonathan Javier Rodriguez, and won via unanimous decision.
There is no official announcement about this next fight.
Starting off the top three, we have Román González, who has a professional boxing record of 50 wins and 3 losses.
The Nicaraguan boxer has won world titles in four different weight classes. He won the WBA minimumweight title in 2008 and defended it three times before moving up to light-flyweight, where he held the WBA light flyweight title and defended it 5 times.
At flyweight, he was the unified WBC and The Ring champion, and he also held the WBC and WBA titles at super flyweight.
His next fight is going to be a rematch against Juan Francisco Estrada on 16th october, with the WBA (Super) and The Ring super flyweight titles on the line.
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Title(s): WBO Champion
The next fighter on our list is from Japan. Kazuto Ioka just fought a couple of days ago, and he has a professional boxing record of 27 wins and 2 losses.
Ioka has held multiple titles in 4 different weight classes, and he is the current WBO super-flyweight champion. A title that he has already defended four times. Previously, Ioka has also held the WBA flyweight and light-flyweight titles, whereas at mini-flyweight, he was the unified WBC and WBA champion.
He defeated Francisco Rodríguez Jr. in a very competitive fight a couple of days ago, and as of now, there isn’t any official news about his next fight.
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Srisaket Sor Rungvisai
At number 2, we have the Thai professional boxer Srisaket Sor Rungvisai, who has a professional boxing record of 50 wins, 5 losses and 1 draw.
He is one of the most decorated boxers at super-flyweight, having held the WBC title twice between 2013 and 2019, and The Ring magazine and lineal titles from 2018 to 2019.
His last fight was against Kwanthai Sithmorseng, which he won via corner retirement, and there is no official announcement about this next fight.
Juan Francisco Estrada
Title(s): WBA Super, The Ring Champion
At the top, we have one of the meat boxers from Mexico. Juan Francisco Estrada has a professional record of 42 wins and 3 losses.
Estrada is the current unifies WBA (super), and The Ring super flyweight champion, and he has also held the WBC super flyweight title from 2019 to 2021, defending it three times. Previously, he has also held the WBA (Unified) and WBO flyweight titles from 2013 to 2015, with five title defences.
His last fight was against Román González, who is also his next opponent, for his fight on 16th October,2021.
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