The 55th WBC Annual Convention in Baku, Azerbaijan, has the participation of 164 member countries. The event, which has an attendance of more than 500, will last until October 6.
Officials of WBC member countries, heads of federations, sport managers, former and current champions globally are participating in the event.
On Tuesday, the Ratings Committee assessed the movements in the divisions.
A few significant changes were debated, decided, and announced after a detailed day-long session. A principal criterion of assessment is merit.
No changes in the divisions: Minimumweight, light flyweight, flyweight, super flyweight, and bantamweight.
In the super bantamweight division, Abigal Medina rises to number four. In the featherweight division. Satoshi Shimuzu rises to number 14. In the super featherweight division, Jon Fernández rises to number 16.
The top six in the lightweight division, following champion Mikey García, are as follows: Ray Beltran, Javier Fortuna, Yvan Mendy, Luke Campbell, Gervonta Davis, and Richard Commey.
No changes in the super lightweight division. In the welterweight division, Charles Manyuchi rises to 15th place. In the super welterweight division, Jack Culcay rises to fifth place and Sergey Rabchenco rises to ninth.
In the middleweight division, Curtis Stevens drops from 10 to 14, while Emmanuele Blandamura, who was ranked 14th, rises to 10. No changes at super middleweight or light heavyweight.
At cruiserweight, Olanrewaju Durodola rises to number six, Mike Perez rises to eight, while Dmitry Kudryashov goes from eight to 11.
Last but not least in the heavyweight division, Oscar Rivas rises from 15 to 10.