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Top 10 Female Pound For Pound Boxers - January 2022 Rankings

Ranking the best women boxers in the world in the Pound For Pound Women Boxing Rankings after an exciting win from Amanda Serrano. Also ranking the best in the world such as Claressa Shields, Katie Taylor and more

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By Fan Rankings | January 10, 2022 - 09:58 PM

These rankings will consist of the best female boxers of today. Before we get into it let’s get into the honorable mentions.

 

 

Honorable Mention

Christina Hammer

Firstly, these honorable mentions include Christina Hammer. The German boxer has a professional record of 26 wins and 1 loss, and she is the current WIBF Super-Middleweight champion. Previously, she also held the WBC and WBO female Middleweight titles. 




Alycia Baumgardner

Title(s):

  • WBC Super Featherweight World Champion

Alycia Baumgardner is another boxer who deserves an honorable mention. She is from the United States and has a professional record of 11 wins and 1 loss. She is the current  WBC and IBO female Super Featherweight champion.




Top 10 Women’s Pound for Pound Boxers

10. Savannah Marshall

Title(s):

  • WBO Middleweight World Champion

Savannah Marshall is a professional boxer from Britain, and she has an undefeated boxing record of 11 wins and no losses. 

As an amatuer, she won a gold medal in the 2012 world championships. She started her professional career in 2017 and is the current  WBO female Middleweight champion. Marshall defeated Lolita Muzeya in her most recent fight, and there is no announcement about her next fight yet.




9. Delfine Persoon

Fighting out of Belgium, Delfine Persoon is a professional boxer with a record of 45 wins and 3 losses. 

She is the current WBO Intercontinental Super Featherweight champion and also held the WBC female Lightweight title, which she defended 9 times. 

In her most recent fight, she defeated Beatriz Aguilar, and there is no announcement about her next fight as of yet.




8. Chantelle Cameron

Title(s):

  • WBC Super Lightweight World Champion

  • IBF Super Lightweight World Champion

  • The Ring Super Lightweight World Champion

Chantelle Cameron is a British boxer, with a professional record of 15 wins and no losses. 

She is the former IBO female Lightweight champion, and currently holds the unified WBC, IBF, and the Ring female light-Welterweight titles. 

In her most recent fight, she defeated Mary McGee, and her next fight has not been announced. 




7. Mikaela Mayer

Title(s):

  • IBF Super Featherweight World Champion

  • WBO Super Featherweight World Champion

  • The Ring Super Featherweight World Champion

Mikaela Mayer is a professional boxer from the USA and she has an undefeated professional record of 16 wins and no losses. 

Mayer is the current unified WBO, IBO, and the Ring female Super Featherweight Champion. In her most recent fight, she defeated Maïva Hamadouche, and there is no announcement about her next fight as of yet. 




6. Cecilia Brækhus

Cecilia Brækhus is a professional boxer from Norway, and She has a record of 36 wins and 2 losses. 

She is the former undisputed women’s Welterweight champion and has a staggering total of 25 title defenses under her belt. 

She lost her last fight to Jessica McCaskill, and her next fight has not been announced yet. 




5. Seniesa Estrada

Title(s):

  • WBA Strawweight World Champion

Seniesa Estrada is an American boxer, with an undefeated professional record of 22 wins and no losses. 

She has previously held the  WBC Silver light Flyweight title and the WBA interim Flyweight title and is the current WBA female minimumweight title and WBO female Junior-Flyweight champion. 

In her most recent fight, she defeated Maria Micheo Santizo and her next fight has not been announced yet. 




4. Jessica McCaskill

Title(s):

  • WBA Welterweight World Champion

  • WBC Welterweight World Champion

  • IBF Welterweight World Champion

  • WBO Welterweight World Champion

  • The Ring Welterweight World Champion

Jessica McCaskill is an American professional boxer, with a record of 11 wins and 2 losses. 

She is a two-division world champion, having previously held the unified WBA and WBC Super Lightweight titles, and currently holding the unified WBA, WBC, IBF, WBO, IBO, and The Ring female Welterweight titles. 

In her most recent fight, she defended her titles against Kandi Wyatt and her next fight has not been announced yet. 




3. Amanda Serrano

Title(s):

  • WBC Featherweight World Champion

  • WBO Featherweight World Champion

From Puerto Rico, Amanda Serrano makes it at number 3 on our list. She has a professional boxing record of 42 wins, 1 loss, and 1 draw. 

Amanda Serrano is one of the most accomplished female fighters and has held 9 major world titles in 7 different weight classes. She is the current WBC, WBO, and IBO female Featherweight champion. 

In her most recent fight, she defeated Miriam Gutiérrez and her next fight has not been announced yet. 




2. Claressa Shields

Title(s):

  • WBO Super Welterweight (Super) Champion

  • The Ring Super Welterweight Champion

  • WBA Middleweight World Champion

  • WBC Middleweight World Champion

  • IBF Middleweight World Champion

  • The Ring Middleweight World Champion

Claressa Shields is an American Professional Boxer with a record of 11 wins and no losses. 

She started her professional career in 2016 and has won multiple world titles in three different weight classes, holding the undisputed title in two of them. She is the current unified WBA, WBC, IBF, and The Ring female Middleweight champion, and the unified WBO, IBF, and the Ring Light Middleweight champion. 

In her most recent fight, she defeated Marie-Eve Dicaire, and her next fight si scheduled against Ema Kozin on Feb 5, 2022




1. Katie Taylor

Title(s):

  • WBA Lightweight World Champion

  • WBC Lightweight World Champion

  • IBF Lightweight World Champion

  • WBO Lightweight World Champion

  • The Ring Lightweight World Champion

At number 1, we have Katie Taylor, an Irish Boxer with an undefeated professional record of 20 wins and no losses. 

As an amatuer, Taylor won a gold medal in the 2012 Olympics. She also won 5 gold medals in the world championships and 6 in the European championships. She started her professional career in 2016, and after staying undefeated for all of her 20 fights, she is the current undisputed women's Lightweight champion, holding the unified  WBA, WBC, IBF, WBO, and The Ring Lightweight titles. 

She won her last fight against Firuza Sharipova, and her next fight has not been announced yet.  




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