Heavyweight Boxing Champions and Ranking 2020-21

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Heavyweight Boxing Champions and Ranking 2020-21

Major Boxing Organizations, Heavyweight Champions and Ranking 2020-21

The year 2020 is approaching its consummate, and it is a better time to know the Champions of the various Boxing Organization and the ranking of those bulk fighters i.e., Heavyweight Boxing ranking. Consequently, this article helps to know in detail about the Boxing organizations providing the world titles and also Heavyweight Boxing ranking. The four major boxing organizations recognized by the International Boxing Hall of Fame (IBHOF) are WBA, WBC, IBF and WBO.

WBA Heavyweight Boxing ranking

The World Boxing Association is the oldest of all the boxing organizations formed in 1921 in the United States. Originally it is called the National Boxing Association. The WBA headquarters in Panama City, Panama. WBA awards a super and regular Championship belt, the difference is the Boxer having the WBA belt wins the other world titles like IBF, WBC, or WBO after that, he will become a super WBA Champion in the respective division. The belt is unisexual and awarded on both sides.

WBA awards a WBA Super Champion Belt, converting the name into Man of Triumph Belt after the fight of Mayweather vs Pacquiao fight. Indeed, this new belt was achieved by Mayweather for the first time, then Joshua, Lomachenko, Pacquiao, Usyk, Alvarez and Smith continued the list.

The Current WBA Heavyweight Champions of Super and Regular categories are Anthony Joshua and Manuel Charr respectively. Also, the following table shows the WBA Heavyweight rankings.

Champion (Super) – Anthony Joshua (24-1-0)

Champion (Regular) – Manuel Charr (31-4-0)

Rank Name Professional Record
1 Trevor Bryan (Interim Champion) 20-0-0
2 Oleksandr Usyk 18-0-0
3 Deontay Wilder 42-1-1
4 Luis Ortiz 32-2-0
5 Andy Ruiz 33-2-0
6 Adam Kownacki 20-1-0
7 Charles Martin 28-2-1
8 Chris Arreola 38-6-1
9 Bogdan Dinu 20-2-0
10 Michael Hunter 19-1-1

 

 WBC Heavyweight Boxing ranking

The World Boxing Council is also a considerable organization that has conducted too many dominant and high-level fights in boxing history. These Championship bouts are also steering for both men and women, also the regarding belts are being awarded. The WBC also offers Silver, Diamond, Franchise and Eternal Championship belts.

The Silver is the changed name for Interim Championship, The Diamond belt will be given, if the fight has happened between two historic fighters, The Franchise is for the dominant fighters and The Eternal is for the retired Boxers who never lost the world titles.

The Current WBC Heavyweight Champion is Tyson Fury and the interim Champion is Alexander Povetkin. Next, the ensuing table has the ranking of WBC in the Heavyweight division.

Champion – Tyson Fury (30-0-1)

Champion (Interim) – Alexander Povetkin (36-2-1)

Rank Name Professional Record
1 Deontay Wilder 42-1-1
2 Oleksandr Usyk 18-0-0
3 Luis Ortiz 32-2-0
4 Andy Ruiz 33-2-0
5 Joe Joyce 12-0-0
6 Dillian Whyte 27-2-0
7 Joseph Parker 27-2-0
8 Filip Hrgovic 12-0-0
9 Michael Hunter 19-1-1
10 Charles Martin 28-2-1

 

 IBF Heavyweight Boxing ranking

It is expanded as International Boxing Federation and also one of the prominent boxing titles. Firstly, it is known as the United States Boxing Association (USBA) formed in 1983 in New Jersey.

The Current IBF Heavyweight Champion is Anthony Joshua who won on 9th April 2016 against Charles Martin. The following table possesses the IBF Heavyweight ranking.

Champion – Anthony Joshua (24-1-0)
Rank Name Professional Record
1 Kubrat Pulev 28-2-0
2 Charles Martin 28-2-1
3 Oleksandr Usyk 18-0-0
4 Michael Hunter 19-1-1
5 Filip Hrgovic 12-0-0
6 Andy Ruiz 32-2-0
7 Joseph Parker 27-2-0
8 Agit Kabayel 20-0-0
9 Tony Yoka 9-0-0
10 Uaine Ra Jr. 19-0-0

 

 WBO Heavyweight Boxing ranking

The World Boxing Organization was formed in 1988 and headquartered in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Initially, it was started by a group of Puerto Rican and Dominican businessmen separated from WBA in its 1988 annual convention. Just as other organizations, the WBO also sanctioned its title in all the divisions of Boxing. In fact, the WBO awarded a Super Champion title to certain boxers who met certain criteria.

The Current WBO Champion is Anthony Joshua who beat Joseph Parker on 31st March 2018 to obtain the title. The succeeding table enlists the WBO world rankings.

Champion – Anthony Joshua (24-1-0)
Rank Name Professional Record
1 Oleksandr Usyk 18-0-0
2 Joe Joyce 12-0-0
3 Joseph Parker 27-2-0
4 Kubrat Pulev 28-2-0
5 Andy Ruiz 33-2-0
6 Junior Fa 19-0-0
7 Frank Sánchez 17-0-0
8 Michael Hunter 19-1-1
9 Zhilei Zhang 22-0-0
10 Evgeny Romanov 15-0-0

 

 The Ring 

The Ring is the renowned Magazine of America which was initially published as Wrestling and Boxing Magazine in the year 1922. Later it solely advertised Boxing and also started publishing Boxer’s Ranking. The Ring also commenced giving its own Championship belt which is highly Prestigious. Not only in the Heavyweight Division, but the ring championship is also happening in all the weight categories.

The Current Ring Heavyweight Champion is Tyson Fury who won the belt by defeating the unbeaten and dominant fighter Deontay Wilder on Feb 22, 2020. The Ring Magazine Heavyweight ranking is as follows.

Champion – Tyson Fury (30-0-1)
Rank Name Professional Record
1 Anthony Joshua 24-1-0
2 Deontay Wilder 42-2-1
3 Alexander Povetkin 36-2-1
4 Dillian Whyte 27-2-0
5 Luis Ortiz 32-2-0
6 Andy Ruiz 33-2-0
7 Joseph Parker 27-2-0
8 Michael Hunter 19-1-1
9 Oscar Rivas 26-1-0
10 Kubrat Pulev 28-2-0

 

IBO 

International Boxing Organization is not recognized as the prominent world title, so it can be said as the ‘minor’ world Championship. Furthermore, It was formed in 1988 and holds the headquarters in Florida, United States.

The Current IBO Heavyweight Champion is Anthony Joshua who won by defeating Wladimir Klitschko on April 29, 2017. The below table shows the Boxing rankings 2020.

Champion – Anthony Joshua (24-1-0)
Rank Name Professional Record
1 Oleksandr Usyk 18-0-0
2 Andy Ruiz 33-2-0
3 Dillian Whyte 27-2-0
4 Deontay Wilder 42-1-1
5 Alexander Povetkin 36-2-1
6 Kubrat Pulev 28-2-0
7 Michael Hunter 19-1-1
8 Derek Chisora 32-10-0
9 Luis Ortiz 32-2-0
10 Joe Joyce 12-0-0

 

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