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Women’s Super Bantamweight Boxing Rankings

Updating the best female boxers in the Women’s Super Bantamweight Boxing Rankings after Ellie Scotney defeated Cherneka Johnson by unanimous decision to become the new IBF Super Bantamweight Champion. Also where Mayerlin Rivas, Melissa Esquivel, and more rank

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By admin | July 3, 2023

Honorable Mention

– Jackie Nava

– Mary Romero

– Maureen Shea

Top 10 Women’s Super Bantamweight Boxers

10. April Adams

April Adams is an Australian professional boxer with a record of 12 wins 2 losses and 1 draw. 

Adams is the former WBO Asia-Pacific Super Bantamweight world champion, and she competed for the WBO World Super Bantamweight world title as well. However, she couldn’t win. 

In her most recent fight, she defeated Laura Cubos Ramos, however, she has been inactive since then, and there is no announcement about her next fight. 

9. Rachel Ball

Rachel Ball is a professional boxer from the UK and she has a record of 7 wins and 1 loss. 

Ball is the former WBC Interim Super Bantamweight world champion. She won the title in 2020, but has been inactive since and lost the title. 

She defeated Jorgelina Guanini in her most recent fight, and there is no announcement about when she will return to the ring. 

8. Melissa Esquivel

Melissa Esquivel is a Mexican professional boxer, and she has a record of 12 wins, 3 losses, and 2 draws. 

Melissa Esquivel challenged Cherneka Johnson for the IBF World Super Bantamweight world title last year, however, she lost the fight via Majority decision. 

In her most recent fight, she fought Elizabeth Chavez Espinoza. The fight ended in a draw, and there is no announcement about her next fight.

7. Nazarena Romero

At number 7, Nazarena Romero is from Argentina, and she has an undefeated professional boxing record of 13 wins and no losses with 1 draw. 

Romero is the former WBA Women’s Interim Super-bantamweight world champion and has held multiple regional titles in the division as well. 

In her most recent fight, she fought Mayerlin Rivas for the WBA Super Bantamweight world title, however, the fight ended in a Draw after an accidental clash of heads that prevented Romero from fighting. 

6. Mariana Juárez

Mariana Juárez is a professional boxer from Mexico, and she has a record of 55 wins and 13 losses with 4 drawers. 

Mariana Juárez is a former two-weight world champion. She held the WBC Women’s World title in both the Flyweight and Bantamweight division. Moreover, she defended the Bantamweight title an impressive 9 times. 

In her most recent fight, Juárez lost to Mayeli Flores, and there is no announcement about her next fight yet. 

5. Cherneka Johnson

At number 5, we have Cherneka Johnson from New Zealand. She is a professional boxer with a record of 15 wins and 2 losses

Cherneka Johnson is the former IBF Women’s Super Bantamweight world champion. She won the title back in 2021 and defended it once before losing it in her most recent fight against Ellie Scotney. 

 Johnson couldn’t keep up with her opponent’s pace and got cut above her eye as well. She lost the fight via Unanimous Decision. 

4. Ellie Scotney

Title(s):

  • IBF Super Bantamweight World Champion

Fighting out of Britain, Ellie Scotney makes it in at number 4 on our list. She has an undefeated professional record of 7 wins and 0 losses. 

Scotney is the current IBF Women Super-Bantamweight world champion, and she has previously also held the EBU and WBO Inter-Continental titles. 

She won the IBF title in her most recent fight against Cherneka Johnson. Both fighters had a good performance, but Scotney’s relentless work rate helped her get a lead on the scorecards to win via Unanimous Decision. 

3. Segolene Lefebvre

Segolene Lefebvre is a professional boxer from France, and she has an undefeated boxing record of 17 wins and no losses. 

She is the current WBO Women’s Super-Bantamweight World Champion and has held the title since 2021. She has also previously held the WBF and IBO Women’s Super-Bantamweight World Titles and made multiple successful title defenses. 

In her most recent fight, she defended her WBO title against Debora Anahi Dionicius and won the fight via Unanimous Decision. Her next fight has not been announced yet. 

2. Mayerlin Rivas

Title(s):

  • WBA Super Bantamweight World Champion

Next up, we have Mayerlin Rivas from Venezuela, who has a professional boxing record of 17 wins, 4 losses, and 3 draws. 

She is the current WBA Women’s Super Bantamweight world champion and has held the title since 2020, with 2 successful title defenses. She has also previously held the WBA world title at Bantamweight. 

In her most recent fight, she put her title on the line against Nazarena Romero. The fight ended in a draw after an accidental clash of heads, with Rivas retaining her title. 

1. Yamileth Mercado

Title(s):

  • WBC Super Bantamweight World Champion

Yamileth Mercado is a professional boxer from Mexico and she has a record of 21 wins and 3 losses. 

Mercado is the current WBC Women’s Super Bantamweight world champion. She won the title back in 2919, and since then, has made 5 successful title defenses. 

In her most recent fight, she defeated Kudakwashe Chiwandire and there is no official announcement about her next fight.

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