Top 10 Women’s Featherweight Boxers – World Rankings
Updating the Top 10 Women’s Featherweight Boxers as Amanda Serrano defeated Danila Ramos to remain Undisputed Champion
By admin | February 9, 2023
Women’s Featherweight Boxing Rankings Updates
We are ranking the Top 10 Women’s Featherweight Boxers after Amanda Serrano’s dominating victory over Danila Ramos. Sarah Mahfoud, Erika Cruz, and more with recent wins
Melissa Esquivel is a professional Boxer from Mexico, and she has a record of 12 wins, 3 losses, and 2 draws. Esquivel recently fought at Elizabeth Chavez Espinoza to a draw. She deserves an honorable mention in the Women’s Featherweight Boxers list.
Elena Gradinar is a Russian Professional boxer with a record of 11 wins, 3 losses and 1 draw.
She is the former IBF intercontinental featherweight champion and fought Brenda Karen Carabajal for the interim featherweight title as well.
In her most recent fight, she defeated Yuliia Kutsenko via Majority decision, and there is no official announcement about her next fight yet.
Heather Hardy is an American professional boxer, and she has a record of 24 wins, 3 losses, and 1 draw.
Hardy is the former WBO women’s featherweight champion. She also held the WBC International female title at both featherweight and Super bantamweight.
In her most recent fight, she defeated Amanda Serrano via unanimous decision. Her next fight has not been announced yet but thee are talks of her retiring.
Top 10 Female Featherweight Boxers
10. Skye Nicolson
- WBC Featherweight Interim Champion
Skye Nicolson is a professional boxer from Australia with an undefeated record of 8 wins.
She has so far captured the Commonwealth Female Featherweight, WBC Silver Featherweight, and now the WBC Interim Featherweight Title.
In her recent fight she has defeated Sabrina Maribel Perez to win the WBC Interim Featherweight Title. In her next fight she will be facing Lucy Wildheart on November 25th.
9. Licia Boudersa
Licia Boudersa is a French boxer, and she has a professional boxing record of 20 wins, 1 loss, and 2 draws.
Boudersa is the former IBO world featherweight champion, and she briefly held the WBF super featherweight title as well.
In her most recent fight, she defeated Agustina Marisa Belen Rojas by unanimous decision, and her next fight has not been announced yet.
8. Daniela Romina Bermúdez
Daniela Romina Bermúdez is an Argentine professional boxer, with a professional record of 31 wins, 4 losses, and 3 draws.
Bermúdez has held world titles in three different weight classes and is a former two-time WBO female bantamweight world champion.
In her most recent fight, she defeated Lucrecia Anabella Manzur by TKO to retain the Federacion Argentina de Box Argentinian Featherweight Title. Her next fight has not been announced yet.
7. Nina Meinke
Nina Meinke is a German professional boxer, and she has a record of 18 wins and 3 losses.
Meinke is the former IBF featherweight world champion, and more recently, she held the European featherweight title as well.
In her most recent fight, she defeated Laura Ledezma via unanimous decision to win the IBF Inter-Continental Featherweight Title. No announcement on her next fight.
6. Jelena Mrdjenovich
At #5 on the Women’s Featherweight Boxers list is Jelena Mrdjenovich. Mrdjenovich is a professional boxer from Canada, and she has a record of 42 wins, 12 losses, and 2 draws.
Mrdjenovich has held multiple world championships in three weight classes. She is the former Unified WBA and WBC female featherweight champion and has held titles at lightweight and super featherweight as well.
She faced Erika Cruz in a rematch for the WBA women’s featherweight title, however, she lost the fight via Unanimous Decision.
In her most recent fight, she defeated Calista Silgado by majority decision and no announcement on her next fight.
5. Brenda Carabajal
Brenda Carabajal is a professional boxer from Argentina. She has a record of 18 wins, 5 losses, and 1 draw.
Brenda Carabajal is the current WBO Interim World Featherweight world champion and won the title after defeating Debora Dionicius.
In her recent fight, she defeated Danila Ramos losing her WBO Featherweight Interim Champion. No announcement on her next fight.
4. Danila Ramos
Danila Ramos is a professional boxer from Argentina by way of Brazil with a record of 12 wins and 3 losses.
Ramos is the former WBO Featherweight Interim Champion after defeating Brenda Carabajal by split decision back in August 2023.
In her recent fight, she took on Amanda Serrano to unify the WBO title as well as the undisputed titles on the line. She lost by split decision.
3. Erika Cruz
Erika Cruz is a professional boxer from Mexico, and she has a record of 15 wins and 2 losses
Cruz is the former WBA women’s featherweight world champion, and she defended the title twice. She won the title after defeating Jelena Mrdjenovich, back in April of 2021.
In her recent fight Erika Cruz defeated Melissa Oddessa Parker by unanimous decision and her next fight is against Mayerlin Rivas on November 18th.
2. Sarah Mahfoud
Sarah Mahfoud is a Danish professional boxer, and she has a record of 14 wins and only 1 loss losses.
Mahfoud is the Former IBF women’s featherweight world champion. She won the interim title back in 2020, and she was later promoted to full champion. Mahfoud defended the title against Nina Meinke but later lost it to Amanda Serrano.
In her most recent fight, she defended her WBC Silver Featherweight title against Marcela Eliana Acuna. Mahfoud won by split decision and her next fight has not been announced yet.
1. Amanda Serrano
- WBC Featherweight World Champion
- IBF Featherweight World Champion
- WBO Featherweight World Champion
- The Ring Featherweight World Champion
- WBA Featherweight World Champion
Amanda Serrano is a Professional boxer from Puerto Rico. She has a record of 46 wins and 2 losses with 1 draw
Throughout her career, Serrano has won nine different world titles in 7 weight divisions. Serrano is also the current undisputed featherweight world champion, holding the unified WBA, WBC, WBO, IBF, and IBO featherweight world titles.
She won the WBA title and became the undisputed champion after defeating Erica Cruz via unanimous decision in a largely one-sided fight. Recently she defeated Danila Ramos in another dominating one sided fight to remain undisputed champion. This was historic as she competed in a 3 minute 12 round fight. A first for Women’s Boxing.
How would you rank these Contenders and Boxing Champions in the Top 10 Women’s Featherweight Boxers? Rank below to be added in the Power Rankings.
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