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Transnational Boxing Rankings – October

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Weekly Rankings
1 October 2019/P4P

* = new entry

Heavyweight
Champion: Open
1. Andy Ruiz Jr.
2. Tyson Fury
3. Deontay Wilder
4. Anthony Joshua
5. Dillian Whyte
6. Luis Ortiz
7. Alexander Povetkin
8. Kubrat Pulev
9. Joseph Parker
10. Adam Kownacki

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Cruiserweight
Champion: Oleksandr Usyk
1. Mairis Briedes
2. Yunier Dorticos
3. Krzysztof Gloawaki
4. Kevin Lerena
5. Mateuz Masternak
6. Ilunga Makabu
7. Yves Ngabu
8. Andrew Tabiti
9. Michael Cieslak
10. Noel Mikaelian

Light Heavyweight
Champion: Oleksandr Gvozdyk
1. Dmitry Bivol
2. Sergey Kovalev
3. Eleider Alvarez
4. Artur Beterbiev
5. Jean Pascal
6. Marcus Browne
7. Badou Jack
8. Jesse Hart
9. Joe Smith Jr.
10. Anthony Yarde

Super Middleweight
Champion: Open
1. Callum Smith
2. David Benavidez ↑ from 6
3. Gilberto Ramirez
4. Chris Eubank Jr.
5. Caleb Plant
6. Saul Alvarez
7. Jose Uzcategui
8. John Ryder
9. Anthony Dirrell ↓ from 4
10 Anvi Yildirim

Middleweight
Champion: Saul Alvarez
1. Gennady Golovkin
2. Daniel Jacobs
3. Sergiy Derevyanchenko
4. Demetrius Andrade
5. Jermall Charlo
6. Ryota Murata
7. Hassan N’Dam N’Jikam
8. Rob Brant
9. Kamil Szeremeta
10. Willie Monroe Jr.

Junior Middleweight
Champion: Open
1. Julian Williams
2. Jarrett Hurd
3. Tony Harrison
4. Jermell Charlo
5. Erislandy Lara
6. Brian Castano
7. Jaime Munguia
8. Michel Soro
9. Kell Brook
10. Carlos Adames

Welterweight
Champion: Open
1. Errol Spence Jr. ↑ from 2
2. Manny Pacquiao
3. Terence Crawford
4. Shawn Porter
5. Keith Thurman
6. Yordenis Ugas
7. Danny Garcia
8. Sergey Lipinets
9. Kudratillo Abdukakhorov
10. Egidijus Kavaliauskas

Junior Welterweight
Champion: Mikey Garcia
1. Regis Prograis
2. Jose Carlos Ramirez
3. Josh Taylor
4. Viktor Postol
5. Kiryl Relikh
6. Maurice Hooker
7. Pablo Cesar Cano
8. Ivan Baranchyk
9. Jose Zepeda
10. Mario Barrios*
Jack Catterall bumped out

Lightweight
Champion: Open
1. Vasyl Lomachenko
2. Mikey Garcia
3. Richard Commey
4. Robert Easter Jr.
5. Rances Barthelemy
6. Devin Haney
7. Teofimo Lopez
8. Luke Campbell
9. Yvan Mendy
10. Emmanuel Tagoe

Junior Lightweight
Champion: Open
1. Miguel Berchelt
2. Gervonta Davis
3. Tevin Farmer
4. Jamel Herring
5. Andrew Cancio
6. Shavkatdzhon Rakhimov
7. Masayuki Ito
8. Joseph Diaz Jr.
9. Francisco Vargas
10. Miguel Roman

Featherweight
Champion: Open
1. Leo Santa Cruz
2. Josh Warrington
3. Gary Russell Jr.
4. Oscar Valdez
5. Carl Frampton
6. Can Xu
7. Tugstogt Nyambayar
8. Kid Galahad
9. Shakur Stevenson
10. Jessie Magdaleno

Junior Featherweight
Champion: Guillermo Rigondeaux
1. Rey Vargas
2. Emanuel Navarrete
3. Daniel Roman
4. TJ Doheny
5. Ryosuke Iwasa
6. Shingo Wake
7. Brandon Figueroa
8. Azat Hovhannisyan
9. Issac Dogboe
10. Carlos Castro

Bantamweight
Champion: Open
1. Naoya Inoue
2. Luis Nery
3. Zolani Tete
4. Nonito Donaire
5. Ryan Burnett
6. Nordine Oubaali
7. Takume Inoue
8. John Riel Casimero
9. Emmanuel Rodriguez
10. Jason Moloney

Junior Bantamweight
Champion: Juan Francisco Estrada
1. Srisaket Sor Rungvisai
2. Donnie Nietes
3. Kazuto Ioka
4. Jerwin Ancajas
5. Khalid Yafai
6. Israel Gonzalez
7. Andrew Moloney
8. Alejandro Santiago
9. Aston Palicte
10. Francisco Rodriguez Jr.

Flyweight
Champion: Open
1. Kosei Tanaka
2. Moruti Mthalane
3. Artem Dalaksian
4. Charlie Edwards
5. Julio Cesar Martinez Aguilar
6. Cristofer Rosales
7. Sho Kimura
8. Giemel Magramo
9. Masayuki Kuroda
10. Jonathan Gonzalez

Junior Flyweight
Champion: Open
1. Ken Shiro
2. Hiroto Kyoguchi
3. Carlos Canizales
4. Felix Alvarado
5. Hekkie Budler
6. Elwin Soto
7. Angel Acosta
8. Ryoichi Taguchi
9. Edward Heno
10. Milan Melindo

Strawweight
Champion: Open
1. Wanheng Menayothin
2. Knockout CP Freshmart
3. Wilfredo Mendez
4. Byron Rojas
5. Vic Saludar
6. Joey Canoy
7. Simnpiwe Konkco
8. Jose Argumedo
9. Melvin Jerusalem
10. Pedro Taduran

P4P
1. Vasyl Lomachenko
2. Terence Crawford
3. Naoya Inoue
4. Oleksandr Usyk
5. Saul Alvarez
6. Gennady Golovkin
7. Juan Francisco Estrada
8. Errol Spence Jr. ↑ from 9
9. Manny Pacquiao
10. Srisaket Sor Rungvisai

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