Women’s Super Featherweight Boxing Rankings
Updating the best female boxers in the Women’s Super Featherweight Boxing Rankings after Alycia Baumgardner defeated Christina Linardatou to avenge lone loss
By admin | October 19, 2022
Eva Wahlström is a former professional boxer with a record of 23 wins, 2 losses, and 2 draws. She is the former WBC female Super Featherweight champion, however, since she confirmed her retirement, she is not in our rankings. Still, she deserves an honorable mention and has been removed from the Top 10 Women’s Super Featherweight Boxers.
Mikaela Mayer is an American professional boxer, with a record of 18 wins and 1 loss.
She is the former unified WBO, IBF, and The Ring female super featherweight champion, and has three title defenses on her resume.
In her most recent fight, she moved up to Lightweight to capture the WBC Interim Lightweight defeating Lucy Wildheart. She has been removed from the Top 10 Women’s Super Featherweight Boxers.
Maïva Hamadouche is a professional boxer, and Police officer from France, and she has a boxing record of 22 wins and only 2 losses.
Hamadouche is the former IBF female Super Featherweight champion. She won the title in 2016 and defended it seven times.
She lost the title in her most recent fight against Mikaela Mayer, and has announced her retirement and has been removed from the Top 10 Women’s Super Featherweight Boxers.
Top 10 Women’s Super Featherweight Boxers
9. Helen Joseph
Helen Joseph is a Nigerian professional boxer with a record of 17 wins and 5 losses.
Joseph is the former IBF Intercontinental female Featherweight champion. She has fought for the IBF Featherweight title twice but lost both times.
In her most recent fight, she lost to Mikaela Mayer and hasn’t fought in over 2 years. There is no announcement about her next fight.
8. Tiara Brown
Tiara Brown is an American Professional fighter with an undefeated record of 14 wins and 0 losses.
She is an up-and-coming fighter, with multiple notable wins in the division. In her past two fights Brown defeated Diana Collado via TKO and defeated Liliana Martinez by decision. There is no official announcement about her next fight yet.
7. Fatuma Zarika
Fatuma Zarika is a Kenyan professional boxer with a professional record of 33 wins and 13 losses with 2 draws.
Fatuma Zarika is the current WBF female Super Featherweight champion, and previously also held the WBC female Super-bantamweight world title, which she defended 3 times.
In her most recent fight, she defeated Patience Mastara, and as of now, there is no official announcement about when she will fight next.
6. Elhem Mekhaled
Elhem Mekhaled is a French professional boxer with an undefeated professional record of 14 wins and no losses.
She is the former European female Super Featherweight champion, and also briefly held the WBC interim female Super Featherweight title in 2019.
She defeated Karina Kopinska and then in her recent fight, which was last weekend, she lost to Alycia Baumgardner and her next fight has not been announced yet.
5. Ewa Brodnicka
Fighting out of Poland, Ewa Brodnicka is a professional boxer with a record of 20 wins and only 1 defeat.
Ewa Brodnicki is the former WBO female junior-lightweight champion and had 6 successful title defenses. She is also the former European female lightweight champion.
In her most recent fight, she defeated Milena Koleva, and her next fight has not been announced yet.
4. Bo Mi Re Shin
Bo Mi Re Shin is a professional boxer from South Korea. She has a boxing record of 15 wins and 2 losses, with 3 draws.
She captured the WBC International Super Featherweight Championship and was on 6 fight win streak before facing Delfine Persoon.
Shin fought Persoon became aggressive mid fight but Persoon was able to keep her at distance to take the split decision. There is no announcement on her next fight.
3. Choi Hyun-mi
Choi Hyun-mi is a professional boxer from South Korea. She has a boxing record of 20 wins and no losses, with 1 draw.
She is the Former WBA female super-featherweight world champion and has defended the title an impressive 11 times before vacating it. She is also the former WBA female featherweight world champion and defended that title 7 times before moving up to super-featherweight.
In her most recent fight, she defeated Vanessa Bradford via Unanimous Decision and her next fight has not been announced yet.
2. Delfine Persoon
Delfine Persoon is a Belgian professional boxer with a record of 45 wins and only 3 losses.
She is the former IBF and WBC female lightweight champion and has also held the WBA interim female Super Featherweight title. She also challenged Katie Tayler for the undisputed lightweight title twice but lost.
Persoon defeated Elham MeKhaled via unanimous Decision and then took on Ikram Kerwat. However, the fight was declared a no-contest after Persoon hit Ikram Kerwat after she was knocked down.
Recently, Persoon defeated Bo Mi Re Shin by split decision and no announcement has made on her next fight.
1. Alycia Baumgardner
WBC Super Featherweight World Champion
IBF Super Featherweight World Champion
WBO Super Featherweight World Champion
IBO Super Featherweight World Champion
The Ring Super Featherweight World Champion
WBA Super Featherweight World Champion
Alycia Baumgardner is an American professional boxer with a record of 15 wins and only 1 loss.
She is the current undisputed women’s super featherweight champion. She won the WBC and IBO titles after defeating Teri Harper back in 2021. After one defense, she fought Mikaela Mayer and pulled off an upset win to add the WBO, IBF, and The Ring titles to her name. Alycia Baumgardner had a good start to the fight, whereas the later rounds were more of a back and forth contest.
“The Bomb” also won the WBA title to become the undisputed champion after defeating Elham Khaled. She knocked down Khaled twice in the third round, and although she did have some trouble in the later rounds, she was able to get the win on the scorecards.
Recently, Baumgardner defended her titles against Christina Linardatou in a rematch to avenge her only loss. Baumgardner started off fast with jabs and power shots. Baumgardner held on during Linardatou’s good second round.
Alycia took over the rest of the fight starting in the fourth and did not look back. She won by unanimous decision and no announcement on her next fight.
How would you rank these Contenders and Boxing Champions? Rank below to be added in the Power Rankings.
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