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P4P Top 50 shake-up: Crawford, Estrada, Donaire up, Prograis, Roman in

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World Boxing News has updated the latest Pound for Pound rankings in a spring shake-up on the back of several high-profile match-ups of late.

Terence Crawford, Errol Spence, Juan Estrada, and Nonito Donaire have all enjoyed victories and boosted the rankings due to recent successes.

There are also two new entries into the P4P Top 50 as Regis Prograis, and Danny Roman break the list for the first time in their careers.

Prograis moved to the World Boxing Super Series final with a stoppage over Kiryl Relikh, while Roman unified at super-bantamweight against TJ Doheny.

Dropping down are Srisaket Sor Rungvisai and Mikey Garcia, while Amir Khan is entirely off the radar after another damaging defeat.

Pound for Pound Rankings – April 2019

1 Vasyl Lomachenko

2 Canelo Alvarez

3 Terence Crawford

4 Oleksandr Usyk

5 Manny Pacquiao

6 Gennady Golovkin

7 Naoya Inoue

8 Errol Spence

9 Mikey Garcia

10 Juan Estrada

11 Donnie Nietes

12 Tyson Fury

13 Kosei Tanaka

14 Deontay Wilder

15 Anthony Joshua

16 Leo Santa Cruz

17 Wanheng Menayothin

18 Nonito Donaire

19 Shawn Porter

20 Sergey Kovalev

21 to 50

21 Srisaket Sor Rungvisai

22 Daniel Jacobs

23 Gervonta Davis

24 Roman Gonzalez

25 Gary Russell Jr.

26 Miguel Berchelt

27 Jarrett Hurd

28 Oleksandr Gvozdyk

29 Callum Smith

30 Guillermo Rigondeaux

31 Dmitry Bivol

32 Kazuto Ioka

33 Danny Roman

34 Gilberto Ramirez

35 Josh Warrington

36 Demetrius Andrade

37 Abner Mares

38 Rey Vargas

39 Regis Prograis

40 Jermall Charlo

41 Oscar Valdez

42 Moruti Mthalane

43 Jerwin Ancajas

44 Hiroto Kyoguchi

45 Maurice Hooker

46 Ken Shiro

47 Luis Nery

48 Chris Eubank Jr

49 Mairis Briedis

50 Nordine Oubaali

About the WBN P4P Top 50:

WBN’s pound-for-pound rankings are based on –  World title wins, multi-weight titles, the caliber of opponents, and manner of victories. Longevity and activity in a calendar year are also taken into consideration.

Fighters earn more ranking points for defeating opponents also rated in the Top 50. Star ratings are based on achievement in the sport.

*Fighters who fail to arrange an upcoming fight for twelve months will therefore forfeit their ranking (barring injury).

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