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2018-04-11
Transnational Boxing Rankings Board's Rankings As Of April 10
The Transnational Boxing Rankings Board's latest rankings- those based on fights held through April 7, 2018- were posted on the TBRB's website April 10, 2018.

There were changes in four divisional Top Tens:

SUPER MIDDLEWEIGHTS:

Champion: OPEN

1 (1) George Groves
2 (2) Gilberto Ramirez
3 (3) Anthony Dirrell
4 (4) Chris Eubank, Jr.
5 (6) David Benavidez
6 (7) Jose Uzcategui
7 (8) James DeGale
8 (9) Callum Smith
9 (10) Lolenga Mock
10 (5) Caleb Truax

Out from rankings posted April 3, 2018:
No one

JUNIOR MIDDLEWEIGHTS:

Champion: OPEN

1 (3) Jarrett Hurd
2 (1) Jermell Charlo
3 (2) Erislandy Lara
4 (4) Demetrius Andrade
5 (5) Brian Castano
6 (-) Julian Williams
7 (7) Maciej Sulecki
8 (8) Michel Soro
9 (9) Sadam Ali
10 (10) Liam Smith

Out from rankings posted April 3, 2018:
#6- Nathaniel Gallimore

Editor's Note:
- #4 ranked Demetrius Andrade vacated the WBA World super welterweight title to campaign as a middleweight.

LIGHTWEIGHTS:

Champion: OPEN

1 (1) Mikey Garcia (is also #1 at 140)
2 (2) Jorge Linares
3 (4) Raymundo Beltran
4 (5) Robert Easter, Jr.
5 (6) Richard Commey
6 (7) Anthony Crolla
7 (8) Dejan Zlaticanin
8 (9) Luke Campbell
9 (10) Yvan Mendy
10 (-) Paulus Moses

Out from rankings posted April 3, 2018:
#3- Terry Flanagan (prolonged inactivity)

BANTAMWEIGHTS:

Champion: OPEN

1 (1) Ryan Burnett
2 (2) Zhanat Zhakiyanov
3 (3) Juan Carlos Payano
4 (4) Jamie McDonnell
5 (5) Zolani Tete
6 (6) Liborio Solis
7 (7) Omar Narvaez
8 (8) Lee Haskins
9 (9) Takuma Inoue
10 (-) Mark John Yap

Out from rankings posted April 3, 2018:
#10- Yonfrez Parejo


TTR's listings of the Transnationals' rankings have been updated and can be perused in their entirety by clicking on the FORUM option on the left and then by scrolling down to the BOXING ORGANIZATIONS RANKINGS option and clicking on it.
 
Article By: Ken Pollitt