Women’s Super Welterweight Boxing Rankings
Updating the best female boxers in the Women’s Junior Middleweight Boxing Rankings after Natasha Jonas defeated Marie-Eve Dicaire by unanimous decision to become the new IBF Light Middleweight World Champion. Also where Claressa Shields, Terri Harper, and more rank
By admin | December 15, 2022
Alma Ibarra is a Mexican boxer with a professional boxing record of 9 wins and only 1 defeat. Though she hasn’t won a world title yet, she did challenge Raquel Miller for the WBA interim super-welterweight title. Though she doesn’t make it into the top 10, she deserves an honorable mention.
Women’s Junior Middleweight Boxing Rankings
10. Abril Vidal
Abril Vidal is a Professional boxer from Argentina, and she has a record of 10 wins and only 1 loss.
Vidal is the former South American female super-welterweight champion, and she also fought for the WBO super-welterweight title back in 2019.
In her most recent fight, she defeated Nerina Elizabeth Salafia via Unanimous Decision, and her next fight has not been announced yet.
9. Mikaela Laurén
Mikaela Laurén is a Swedish Professional boxer, and she has a record of 15 wins and 1 loss.
She is the former WBC female light middleweight champion, and more recently, held the IBO female light-middleweight title. She also fought Marie-Eve Dicaire for the IBF light middleweight title, but could not win.
In her most recent fight, she defeated Paty Ramirez, and her next fight has not been announced yet.
8. Raquel Miller
Raquel Miller is a professional boxer from the USA, and she has an undefeated professional record of 10 wins and 0 losses.
Miller is the current WBA interim female super welterweight champion. She has held the title since 2019 and won it in her most recent fight after defeating Alma Ibarra.
As of now, there is no official announcement about her next fight.
7. Chris Namús
Chris Namús is a professional boxer from Uruguay, and she has a record of 25 wins and 7 losses.
Chris Namús is the former IBF junior middleweight champion. She also fought Cecilia Brækhus for the undisputed welterweight championship, and in her most recent fight, she challenged Natasha Jonas for the WBO junior middleweight title.
As of now, there is no announcement about her next fight.
6. Patricia Berghult
Patricia Berghult is a professional boxer from Sweden, and she has a record of 15 wins and 1 loss.
Berghult is the former WBC female super-welterweight champion and also held the IBO female super-welterweight title. However, she lost the WBC title to Natasha Jonas in her most recent fight, and as of now, there is no announcement about when she will fight next.
5. Hannah Rankin
IBO Super Welterweight World Champion
Hannah Rankin is a Scottish Professional boxer with a record of 12 wins and 6 losses.
Rankin is the former WBA female super welterweight champion and has formerly also held the vacant WBC Silver female middleweight title. She challenged both Claressa Shields and Savannah Marshal for the middleweight world title, but could not win.
In her most recent fight, she lost to Terri Harper via Unanimous Decision, and her next fight has not been announced yet.
4. Marie-Eve Dicaire
Marie-Eve Dicaire is a Canadian boxer, and she has a professional record of 18 wins and 2 losses.
She is the former 2-time IBF female light middleweight champion and has defended the title 3 times.
Last weekend, she fought Natasha Jonas, with the IBF, WBO, and WBC super-welterweight titles on the line. She lost the fight via Unanimous decision and lost her title as well.
3. Terri Harper
WBA Super Welterweight World Champion
Terri Harper is a British Professional boxer with a record of 12 wins and 1 loss.
She is the current WBA and IBO female super-welterweight champion and previously also held the unified WBC and WBO Super-featherweight titles.
Harper defeated Hannah Rankin in her most recent fight to win the WBA and IBO female super-welterweight titles, and her next fight has not been announced yet.
2. Claressa Shields
Claressa Shields is an American Professional Boxer, and she has a record of 13 wins and no losses.
Shields has won multiple world titles in three different weight classes, holding the undisputed title in two of them. She is the current undisputed female middleweight champion and the former undisputed super welterweight champion as well. She has also held the unified WBC and IBF female super middleweight titles.
In her most recent fight, Shields defeated Savannah Marshall, and there is no announcement about her shield’s next fight.
1. Natasha Jonas
WBC Super Welterweight World Champion
WBO Super Welterweight World Champion
IBF Super Welterweight World Champion
Natasha Jonas is a professional boxer from Britain, and she has a record of 13 wins, 2 losses, and 1 draw.
Jonas is the current unified WBC, WBO, and IBF Female light middleweight champion. She won the WBO, and WBC titles after defeating Chris Namús, and Patricia Berghult earlier this year, and last weekend, she also defeated Marie-Eve Dicaire to win the IBF title as well.
Natasha Jonas had a dominant performance and won the fight via Unanimous Decision.
How would you rank these Contenders and Boxing Champions? Rank below to be added in the Power Rankings.
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