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2019-12-04
Transnational Boxing Rankings Board's Rankings As Of December 3
The Transnational Boxing Rankings Board's latest rankings- those based on fights held through November 30, 2019- were posted on the TBRB's website December 3, 2019.

There were changes in the top tens for the junior middleweight, featherweight, bantamweight, junior bantamweight, and junior flyweight divisions:

JUNIOR MIDDLEWEIGHT:

Champion: OPEN

1 (1) Julian Williams
2 (2) Jarrett Hurd
3 (3) Tony Harrison
4 (4) Jermell Charlo
5 (5) Brian Castano
6 (6) Erislandy Lara
7 (7) Jaime Munguia
8 (8) Michel Soro
9 (9) Kell Brook
10 (-) Patrick Teixeira

Out from rankings posted November 26, 2019:
#10 Erickson Lubin

FEATHERWEIGHT:

Champion: OPEN

1 (1) Leo Santa Cruz
2 (2) Josh Warrington
3 (3) Gary Russell, Jr.
4 (6) Can Xu
5 (7) Tugstsogt Nyambayar
6 (8) Shakur Stevenson
7 (9) Kid Galahad
8 (10) Jessie Magdaleno
9 (-) Jhack Tepora
10 (-) Ryan Walsh

Out from rankings posted November 26, 2019:
#4 Oscar Valdez- now campaigning at 130
#5 Carl Frampton- now campaigning at 130

Editor's Note:
#1 Leo Santa Cruz won the vacant WBA Super World super featherweight title on November 23, 2019. He has stills both the WBA Super World featherweight title and the WBC Diamond featherweight title.

BANTAMWEIGHT:

Champion: OPEN

1 (1) Naoya Inoue
2 (6) John Riel Casimero
3 (2) Luis Nery
4 (3) Nordine Oubaali
5 (5) Nonito Donaire
6 (4) Zolani Tete
7 (7) Emmanuel Rodriguez
8 (8) Jason Moloney
9 (9) Takuma Inoue
10 (10) Michael Dasmarinas

Out from rankings posted November 26, 2019:
No one

JUNIOR BANTAMWEIGHT:

Champion: Juan Francisco Estrada

1 (1) Srisaket Sor Rungvisai
2 (2) Donnie Nietes
3 (3) Kazuto Ioka
4 (4) Jerwin Ancajas
5 (5) Khalid Yafai
6 (6) Israel Gonzalez
7 (7) Andrew Moloney
8 (9) Francisco Rodriguez, Jr.
9 (10) Aston Palicte
10 (-) Pedro Guevara

Out from rankings posted November 26, 2019:
#8 Alejandro Santiago (now campaigning at 118)

JUNIOR FLYWEIGHT:

Champion: OPEN

1 (1) Kenshiro Teraji
2 (2) Hiroto Kyoguchi
3 (3) Carlos Canizales
4 (4) Felix Alvarado
5 (5) Hekkie Budler
6 (6) Elwin Soto
7 (8) Daniel Valladares
8 (9) Edward Heno
9 (10) Tetsuya Hisada
10 (-) Agustin Mauro Gauto

Out from rankings posted November 26, 2019:
#7 Ryoichi Taguchi (retired)


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