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2018-09-19
Transnational Boxing Rankings Board's Rankings As Of September 18- TBRB RECOGNIZES CANELO ALVAREZ AS NEW MIDDLEWEIGHT KING
The Transnational Boxing Rankings Board's latest rankings- those based on fights held through September 15, 2018- were posted on the TBRB's website September 18, 2018. Citing "mitigating circumstances", the Chairs proposed recognizing Saul "Canelo" Alvarez as the world middleweight champion and the majority of the members agreed despite the strong objections of those who felt Alvarez should have fought his way back into the rankings before being permitted to fight for the title. Besides the filling of the previously open middleweight throne, there were changes in the Pound-For-Pound Top Ten and the Top Tens for the super middleweight, junior welterweight, junior featherweight, and junior bantamweight.

POUND-FOR-POUND:

1 (1) Vasyl Lomachenko
2 (2) Terence Crawford
3 (3) Srisaket Sor Rungvisai
4 (4) Oleksandr Usyk
5 (5) Mikey Garcia
6 (-) Saul Alvarez
7 (6) Naoya Inoue
8 (7) Gennady Golovkin
9 (8) Leo Santa Cruz
10 (9) Errol Spence, Jr.

Out from rankings posted September 11, 2018:
#10 Anthony Joshua

SUPER MIDDLEWEIGHT:

Champion: OPEN

1 (1) George Groves
2 (2) Gilberto Ramirez
3 (3) Anthony Dirrell
4 (4) Chris Eubank, Jr.
5 (5) David Benavidez
6 (6) Jose Uzcategui
7 (7) James DeGale
8 (8) Callum Smith
9 (9) Rocky Fielding
10 (-) Avni Yildirim

Out from rankings posted September 11, 2018:
#10 Lolenga Mock

MIDDLEWEIGHT:

Champion: Saul "Canelo" Alvarez (had not been ranked due to PED-related suspension)

1 (1) Gennady Golovkin
2 (2) Billy Joe Saunders
3 (3) Daniel Jacobs
4 (4) Jermall Charlo
5 (5) David Lemieux
6 (6) Sergiy Derevyanchenko
7 (7) Ryota Murata
8 (8) Martin Murray
9 (9) Demetrius Andrade
10 (10) Walter Kautondokwa

Out from rankings posted September 11, 2018:
No one

Note: Champion had been "OPEN"

JUNIOR WELTERWEIGHT:

Champion: Mikey Garcia (is also ranked #2 at 135)

1 (1) Regis Prograis
2 (6) Jose Carlos Ramirez
3 (2) Josh Taylor
4 (3) Adrien Broner
5 (5) Kiryl Relikh
6 (7) Viktor Postol
7 (4) Antonio Orozco
8 (8) Maurice Hooker
9 (9) Eduard Troyanovsky
10 (10) Ivan Baranchyk

Out from rankings posted September 11, 2018:
No one

JUNIOR FEATHERWEIGHT:

Champion: Guillermo Rigondeaux

1 (1) Isaac Dogboe
2 (2) Rey Vargas
3 (3) Daniel Roman
4 (4) TJ Doheny
5 (5) Jessie Magdaleno
6 (6) Ryosuke Iwasa
7 (7) Shingo Wake
8 (8) Diego De La Hoya
9 (9) Gavin McDonnell
10 (-) Franklin Manzanilla

Out from rankings posted September 11, 2018:
#10- Yukinori Oguni (prolonged inactivity)

JUNIOR BANTAMWEIGHT:

Champion: Srisaket Sor Rungvisai


1 (1) Juan Francisco Estrada
2 (2) Jerwin Ancajas
3 (3) Khalid Yafai
4 (4) Kazuto Ioka
5 (6) Roman Gonzalez
6 (5) Rau'shee Warren
7 (7) Andrew Moloney
8 (8) McWilliams Arroyo
9 (9) Donnie Nietes
10 (10) Rex Tso

Out from rankings posted September 11, 2018:
No one


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