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Top 10 Women’s Flyweight Boxing Rankings - Marlen Esparza defeats Eva Guzman

Updating the best female boxers in the Women’s Flyweight Boxing Rankings after Marlen Esparza defeated Eva Guzman by decision to remain the WBA, WBC, and The Ring Flyweight World Champion. Also where Sandra Robles, Naoko Fujioka, and more rank

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By Fan Rankings | August 11, 2022 - 02:44 PM

Honorable Mention

María Salinas is a Mexican boxer with 23 wins and 8 losses, and she deserves an honorable mention on our list. Gabriela Sánchez and Asley González are also from Mexico, and though they aren't in our rankings, they deserve an honorable mention.




Top 10 Flyweight Boxers

10. Sandra Robles

Sandra Robles is a professional boxer from Mexico, and she has a record of 24 wins and 4 losses. 

Robles is ranked #3 by BoxRec. In her most recent fight, she lost to Jessica Nery, and her next fight has not been announced yet.




9. Jessica Nery Plata

Jessica Nery Plata is a Mexican professional boxer and she has a record of 28 wins and 2 losses. 

Jessica Nery Plata is the current WBA Female light flyweight champion of the world. She is also the former WBF female flyweight champion. In her most recent fight, she defeated Yésica Bopp, and as of now, there is no official announcement about her next fight.




8. Ava Knight

Ava Knight is an American professional Boxer with a record of 19 wins, 2 losses, and 5 draws. 

She is the former IBF Female flyweight champion. She won the title back in 2011 and defended it twice. Since then, she has also held the WBC silver and WBC international flyweight titles. 

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




7. Débora Anahí López

Débora Anahí López is a professional boxer from Argentina and she has a record of 20 wins, 1 loss, and 1 draw. 

She is the former WBO women's flyweight world champion. She won the title in 2019 after defeating Niorkis Carreno and defended it once. In her most recent fight, she lost to Tamara Elisabet Demarco, and her next fight has not been announced yet.




6. Gabriela Celeste Alaniz

Title(s):

  • WBO Flyweight World Champion

Gabriela Celeste Alaniz is an undefeated professional boxer from Argentina.

She has a record of 13 wins and no losses, and she is the current WBO flyweight champion of the world. She won the title in her most recent fight, a couple of months ago, and there is no announcement about her next fight as of yet.




5. Arely Muciño

Fighting out of Mexico, Arely Muciño is a professional boxer with a record of 28 wins, 3 losses, and 2 draws. 

Muciño became the IBF female flyweight champion in 2011, in 2014, she won the WBC title, and most recently, she held the WBO female flyweight title back in 2018. 

In her most recent fight, she defeated Marisol Molina Sanchez, and there is no announcement about his next fight yet.




4. Ibeth Zamora Silva

Ibeth Zamora Silva is a professional boxer from Mexico. She has a record of 32 wins and 7 losses. 

Ibeth Zamora Silva has held world titles in two weight classes. She is the former WBC women's flyweight champion and lost her title in her most recent fight against Marlen Esparza. She is also the former WBC light-flyweight champion, and she defended that title 8 times before losing it and moving up to flyweight. 

There is no announcement about her next fight yet.




3. Leonela Paola Yúdica

Title(s):

  • IBF Flyweight World Champion

Leonela Paola Yúdica is a professional boxer from Argentina. She has an undefeated record, with 16 wins, 3 draws, and 1 no-contest. 

She is the current IBF women's flyweight world champion and has held the title since 2014. She has defended her title 9 times. In her most recent fight, she defeated Isabel Millan, and her next fight has not been announced yet.




2. Naoko Fujioka

Naoko Fujioka is a Japanese Professional Boxer with a record of 19 wins, 3 losses, and 1 Draw. 

She is the only Japanese boxer ever to become a five-division world champion. She is the former WBA women's flyweight champion. She won the title in 2018, and defended it 3 times, before losing it to Marlen Esparza in her most recent fight. 

Fujioka also previously held the WBC minimumweight; WBO junior-flyweight; WBA super-flyweight; and WBO bantamweight women's titles.




1. Marlen Esparza

Title(s):

  • WBC Flyweight World Champion

  • WBA Flyweight World Champion

  • The Ring Flyweight World Champion

At #1 we have Marlen Esparza, an American Professional boxer with a record of 12 wins and only 1 loss. 

As an Amateur, she won a bronze medal at the 2012 London Olympics, and She is the current unified WBA, WBC, and the Ring women's flyweight champion of the world. 

In her most recent fight, she defeated Naoko Fujioka, and as of now, there is no announcement about her next fight.



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