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2019-10-04
Transnational Boxing Rankings Board's Rankings As Of October 1
The Transnational Boxing Rankings Board's latest rankings- those based on fights held through September 29, 2019- were posted on the TBRB's website October 1, 2019. There were changes to the Pound-For-Pound Top Ten and the Top Tens for the super middleweight, welterweight, and junior welterweight divisions.


POUND-FOR-POUND:

1 (1) Vasyl Lomachenko
2 (2) Terence Crawford
3 (3) Naoya Inoue
4 (4) Oleksandr Usyk
5 (5) Saul Alvarez
6 (6) Gennady Golovkin
7 (7) Juan Francisco Estrada
8 (9) Errol Spence, Jr.
9 (8) Manny Pacquiao
10 (10) Srisaket Sor Rungvisai

Out from rankings posted September 24, 2019:
No one

SUPER MIDDLEWEIGHT:

Champion: OPEN

1 (1) Callum Smith
2 (6) David Benavidez
3 (2) Gilberto Ramirez
4 (3) Chris Eubank, Jr.
5 (5) Caleb Plant
6 (7) Saul "Canelo" Alvarez (is also CHAMPION at 160)
7 (8) Jose Uzcategui
8 (9) John Ryder
9 (4) Anthony Dirrell
10 (10) Avni Yildirim

Out from rankings posted September 24, 2019:
No one

WELTERWEIGHT:

Champion: OPEN

1 (2) Errol Spence, Jr.
2 (1) Manny Pacquiao
3 (3) Terence Crawford
4 (4) Shawn Porter
5 (5) Keith Thurman
6 (6) Yordenis Ugas
7 (7) Danny Garcia
8 (8) Sergey Lipinets
9 (9) Kudratillo Abdukakhorov (Qudratillo Abduqaxorov)
10 (10) Egidijus Kavaliauskas

Out from rankings posted September 24, 2019:
No one

JUNIOR WELTERWEIGHT:

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

1 (1) Regis Prograis
2 (2) Jose Carlos Ramirez
3 (3) Josh Taylor
4 (4) Viktor Postol
5 (5) Kiryl Relikh
6 (6) Maurice Hooker
7 (7) Pablo Cesar Cano
8 (8) Ivan Baranchyk
9 (9) Jose Zepeda
10 (-) Mario Barrios

Out from rankings posted September 24, 2019:
#10 Jack Catterall


You can peruse TTR's listings of all of the Transnational Boxing Rankings Board's rankings 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