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Boxing World Champions – WBC, IBF, WBO, WBA

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Devin Haney - Boxing World Champions

Mikey Williams

World Boxing News lists all the major Boxing World Champions who currently hold an IBF, WBC, WBA, or WBO title.

The list is compiled from the top division of heavyweight to the lowest minimumweight limit.

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Title holders with four championships are considered undisputed in the modern era.

WBC Franchise and WBA regular titles are not world championships. Therefore, they do not count.

Current Boxing World Champions

Heavyweight - 200lbs+

Tyson
FURY
Oleksandr
USYK
Oleksandr
USYK
Oleksandr
USYK

Bridgerweight - 224lbs+

Oscar
RIVAS

Cruiserweight - 200lbs

Ilunga
MAKABU
Jai
OPETAIA
Lawrence
OKOLIE
Arsen
GOULAMIRIAN

Light Heavyweight - 175lbs

Artur
BETERBIEV
Artur
BETERBIEV
Artur
BETERBIEV
Dmitry BIVOL

Super Middleweight - 168lbs

CANELO
Alvarez
CANELO
Alvarez
CANELO
Alvarez
CANELO
Alvarez

Middleweight - 160lbs

Jermall
CHARLO
Gennadiy
GOLOVKIN
Demetrius
ANDRADE
Gennadiy
GOLOVKIN

Super Welterweight - 154lbs

Jermell
CHARLO
Jermell
CHARLO
Jermell
CHARLO
Jermell
CHARLO

Welterweight - 147lbs

Errol
SPENCE
Errol
SPENCE
Terence
CRAWFORD
Errol
SPENCE

Super Lightweight - 140lbs

VACANT
VACANT
VACANT
VACANT

Lightweight - 135lbs

Devin
HANEY
Devin
HANEY
Devin
HANEY
Devin
HANEY

Super Featherweight - 130lbs

Shakur
STEVENSON
Joe
CORDINA
Shakur
STEVENSON
Roger
GUTIERREZ

Featherweight - 126lbs

Rey
VARGAS
Josh
WARRINGTON
Emanuel
NAVARRETE
Leo
SANTA CRUZ

Super Bantamweight - 122lbs

Stephen
FULTON
Murodjon
AKHMADALIEV
Stephen
FULTON
Murodjon
AKHMADALIEV

Bantamweight - 118lbs

Naoya
INOUE
Naoya
INOUE
Paul
BUTLER
Naoya
INOUE

Super Flyweight - 115lbs

Jesse
RODRIGUEZ
Fernando
MARTINEZ
Kazuto
IOKA
JUAN
ESTRADA

Flyweight - 112lbs

Julio Cesar
MARTINEZ
Sunny
EDWARDS
Junto
NAKATANI
Artem
DALAKIAN

Light Flyweight - 108lbs

Kenshiro
Teraji
Felix
ALVARADO
Jonathan
GONZALEZ
Hiroto
KYOGUCHI

Minimumweight - 105lbs

Panya
PRADABSRI
Rene Mark
CUARTO
Masataka
TANIGUCHI
Knockout CP
FRESHMART

Recent Championship changes

July 10, 2022

Rey Vargas proved his world-class credentials again with a hard-fought victory over Mark Magsayo on Saturday night.

Mexico’s Vargas became a two-division world champion as he rose from a knockdown. Vargas boxed and banged his way to the WBC Featherweight title against previous holder Magsayo.

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He took the win via split-decision in a dramatic showdown headlined live on SHOWTIME from the Alamodome in San Antonio.

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July 2, 2022

Australian cruiserweight Jai Opetaia claimed the IBF title by outpointing Mairis Briedis in Queensland, Australia.

Home advantage at the Gold Coast Convention Centre paid off as Opetaia won by scores of 116-112 [twice] and 115-113.

Opetaia moves to 22-0 with 17 KOs but had to survive a late rally from the World Boxing Super Series champion.

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Haney Undisputed

June 6, 2022

Devin Haney became the undisputed lightweight champion with a solid victory over George Kambosos Jr.

“The Dream” toppled “The Emperor” by outclassing the home fighter en route to a unanimous decision.

Haney’s brilliant victory occurred in front of 41,129 fans on Sunday afternoon at Marvel Stadium in Melbourne, Australia.

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Undisputed champion Devin Haney jabbed into the WBN Pound for Pound Top 50 with a brilliant win over the weekend.

Haney added the WBO, IBF, and WBA straps to his WBC belt to put beyond doubt any claims that he’s the email titleholder.

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Rankings will get updated as they happen.

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