Amateur boxing ranking
This is a list of current professional boxing rankings , which includes the latest rankings by each one of the sport's four major sanctioning bodies, as well as other well-regarded sites and entities. The rankings published by these organizations share the trait of not ranking the other organizations' champions, as each one of the sanctioning bodies expects their champion to frequently defend their title against their top-ranked contender. The WBA often has more than one champion, none of which are ranked by the other 3 sanctioning bodies. Their "Super" and "Regular" champions are excluded from the rankings but their "Interim" champion is affixed to the 1 spot. The IBF's protocol is for the top 2 spots in its rankings to remain vacant until two of its other top-ranked contenders face off, at which point the winner takes one of those two places.
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Some of the men also take part in WSB, which is not currently available to women. Competitors wear vests; women wear headguards, but since these have been removed for men for senior and elite competitions. The judges will score each round, and at the end of the bout the boxer who is deemed the winner by the majority of judges will win the bout. Bouts can also be stopped by the referee in the event of injury or a serious imbalance between the boxers. There are 10 weight classes for men and women in AOB. The weight classes are:.
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Before we kick things off, let me briefly explain how this works - because these articles will be published on a monthly basis, the rankings themselves will be highly sensitive to recent results. Read on for breakdowns of how each division is shaping up heading into April, with the Olympics set to begin in just under four months. The fly rankings have had a real shakeup in the past month, with some new faces at the top-end of the division. Amit drops to 6 in the division as a result. However the light-flyweight world champion finds himself back in the 52kg rankings at 11 after a pair of impressive wins over domestic rival Damian Arce CUB at the end of last year, and hopefully he can continue to find his best form in time for Tokyo.
April featured three notable tournaments on the amateur boxing calendar - the first being the St. April has seen some movement at the top end of the flyweight rankings, with Olympic and world champion 1 Shakhobidin Zoirov UZB marking a return to form with wins over 7 Amit Panghal IND in a rematch of their World Championship final as well as teenage sensation 3 Makhmud Sabyrkhan KAZ , both of whom have dropped a place accordingly. Featherweight 57kg and lightweight 60kg were both included at the Governor Cup, despite the fact that the latter is no longer recognised as an Olympic weight class, which had the effect of splitting this division down the middle. Vsevolod Shumkov RUS stays put at 7, as he missed the tournament through injury. This time around was much more comfortable for the Russian though, as he proved too strong for his rival and took a deserved unanimous decision.