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Super Flyweight Boxing Rankings

Updating the best Junior Bantamweight Boxing Rankings after Juan Francisco Estrada defeats Román González to win the vacant WBC Super Flyweight World Title. Also where Kazuto Ioka, Jerwin Ancajas, and more rank including fight highlights

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By Fan Rankings | June 28, 2022 - 07:58 PM

Honorable Mention

Donnie Nietes

Donnie Nietes is a Filipino professional boxer with a record of 43 wins, 1 loss, and 6 draws. 

Nietes is a four-division champion, having held multiple world titles at mini-flyweight, junior flyweight, flyweight, and super flyweight. He is the former WBO super-flyweight champion and has held the WBO mini flyweight title, unified WBO and The Ring magazine junior-flyweight titles, and IBF flyweight title as well. 

His most recent opponent was Kazuto Ioka and he loss by unanimous decision.



Norbelto Jimenez

The Dominican fighter, Norbelto Jimenez also deserves an honorable mention as he is one of the top fighters in the division.




Jesse Rodriguez

Jesse Rodriguez is an undefeated professional boxer from the USA. he has a record of 16 wins and no losses, 

Rodriguez is the current WBC super flyweight champion of the world, and last weekend, he made his first title defense against the former unified champion, Srisaket Sor Rungvisai. The fight was largely one-sided, and Rodriguez dropped his opponent in the 7th round, followed by a TKO finish in the 8th. 

His latest fight, Rodriguez defeated Israel González by unanimous decision in September. Rodriguez, was in our previous rankings, however, he has since vacated his title, and announced that he will be moving down in weight.

 

 

 

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10. Kosei Tanaka

Kosei Tanaka is a professional boxer from Japan, and he has a record of 17 wins and only 1 loss. 

Tanaka is a 3-weight world, champion. He has held world titles at minimumweight, light flyweight, and flyweight. He also fought Kazuto Ioka for the WBO super-flyweight title, but could not win. 

In his most recent fight, Tanaka defeated Masayoshi Hashizume via TKO and won the WBO Asia Pacific super-flyweight title. His next fight is scheduled against Yanga Sigqibo for December 11th.




9. Jerwin Ancajas

Jerwin Ancajas is a professional boxer from the Philippines, and he has a record of 33 wins, 3 losses, and 2 draws. 

Ancajas is the former IBF junior-bantamweight champion and defended his title 9 times in total before losing it to Fernando Martínez earlier this year.

His most recent fight was a rematch against Fernando Martínez, however, he could not win. As of now, there is no announcement about his next fight.




8. Francisco Rodríguez Jr.

Next up on this list, we have Francisco Rodríguez Jr. from Mexico. He has a professional record of 35 wins, 5 losses, and 1 draw. 

Most notably, he is the former unified WBO and IBF mini-flyweight champion and has also challenged for world titles at light flyweight and super flyweight. 

In his most recent fight, he faced off against Junto Nakatani and lost the fight via Unanimous Decision. There is no announcement about his next fight.

 

 

 

7. Andrew Moloney

Andrew Moloney is an Australian professional boxer with a record of 25 wins 2 losses and 1 no-contests.

He is the former WBA interim super-flyweight champion and is currently on a four-fight winning streak. In his most recent fight, he defeated Norbelto Jimenez, and won the WBO international Super Flyweight title. 

As of now, there is no announcement about his next fight.

 

 

 

6. Joshua Franco

Title(s):

  • WBA Super Flyweight Regular Champion

Joshua Franco is an American professional boxer with a record of 18 wins, 1 loss, 2 draws, and 1 no-contest. 

He is the current World Boxing Association Regular super flyweight champion, and has defended the title twice, he has also held multiple regional titles. 

In his most recent fight, he took on Kazuto Ioka for the WBO Super Flyweight Title. The fight ended in a draw.




5. Srisaket Sor Rungvisai

Srisaket Sor Rungvisai is a Professional boxer from Thailand, and he has an impressive boxing record with 50 wins and 6 losses with 1 draw. 

He has held the WBC super-flyweight title twice, and The Ring magazine and lineal titles as well. 

In his most recent fight, he lost to Jesse Rodriguez, and there is no official announcement about his next fight. Rodriguez was able to control the fight, and he finished Rungvisai with a flurry of punches in the 8th round.



4. Fernando Martínez

Title(s):

  • IBF Super Flyweight World Champion

Fernando Martínez is a professional boxer from Argentina. He has an undefeated record of 15 wins and no losses. 

Fernando Martínez is the current IBF super flyweight world champion and has held the title since February of this year. He won the title after defeating Jerwin Ancajas.

His most recent fight was a rematch against Ancajas, which Martinez won via Unanimous Decision. His next fight has not been announced yet.




3. Kazuto Ioka

Title(s):

  • WBO Super Flyweight World Champion

Kazuto Ioka is a professional boxer from Japan, and he has a professional boxing record of 29 wins and 2 losses. 

Ioka has held multiple titles in four different weight classes, and he is also the current WBO super-flyweight champion. Previously, Ioka has also held the WBA flyweight and light-flyweight titles, whereas, at mini-flyweight, he was the unified WBC and WBA champion. 

In his most recent fight, Ioka took on Joshua Franco for the WBA Super Flyweight Regular Title. Even though it was an exciting fight it ended in a draw.




2. Román González

Román González is a professional boxer from Nicaragua, who has a professional boxing record of 51 wins and 4 losses. 

He has won world titles in four different weight classes. He won the WBA minimumweight title in 2008 and defended it three times before moving up to light-flyweight, where he held the WBA light flyweight title and defended it 5 times. At flyweight, he was the unified  WBC and The Ring champion, and he also held the WBC and WBA titles at super flyweight.

Last weekend, González had a much-anticipated trilogy fight against Juan Francisco Estrada. Though he was competitive, he lost the fight via the Majority decision. As of now, there is no news about his next fight.




1. Juan Francisco Estrada

Title(s):

  • WBC Super Flyweight World Champion

  • The Ring Super Flyweight World Champion

Juan Francisco Estrada is one of the best boxers to come out of Mexico. He has a professional record of 42 wins and 3 losses. 

Estrada is a two-division world champion; he is the current unified WBA (super), and The Ring super flyweight champion. He is also the former WBC super flyweight champion. At flyweight, he won the WBA (Unified) and WBO titles as well. 

Estrada fought Argi Cortes and though many expected Estarda to tear through Cortes, the fight was much more competitive. Still, Estarda managed to score the decision win.

Last weekend Estrada fought his long-term rival Román González and won the very competitive fight via Majority Decision. As of now, there is no official announcement about his next fight.



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