WOMEN INTERNATIONAL BOXING ASSOCIATION
Fighter in you
WIBA RULES AND BY-LAWS
All rules are subject to approval by the local Athletic Commission and
The Association of Boxing Commissions (ABC).
We comply with the Muhammad Ali Act.
All rules consider the highest standards for safety and protection of the Boxers.
- WIBA Title fights will be fought under ABC rules
- WIBA World Title fights are ten (10) rounds. WIBA International, Intercontinental, Americas titles are eight (8) or ten (10) rounds.
WIBA Youth Titles can be 6 or 8 rounds. Rounds are 2 minutes in length, with a one minute rest
period between rounds. (3 minute rounds are ok if both camps agree to it)
- A WIBA Supervisor must be present, at the weigh-in and the fight.
- Official weigh-ins are to be no more then 28 hours before start of the event.
- if a fighter cannot make weight, after given 3 hours from the initial weigh-in, the title fight may still proceed at scheduled. But if the overweight fighter wins, the title remains vacant,
whereas if the fighter who makes weight wins, then she is recognised as champion.
- Gloves are 8 oz for bouts at 147 pounds and under. 10 oz gloves are used for fights at 148 pounds and heavier.
- Coagulants may consist of adrenaline 1/1000, avitene, and thrombin. Any others are subject to approval by the local commission. Monsel, or any other “iron base”
or “iron type” solution is absolutely prohibited.
- Any drinking liquids in the corner, other then water, are prohibited, unless certain sports drinks are approved by the local commission.
- The score cards will be picked up after each round and the tally made, by the local Commission and the WIBA supervisor.
- A boxer can only be declared a WIBA Champion by winning a contest under Championship conditions.
1.0 There will be a non-scoring referee and three (3) judges officiating a bout.
1.1 Bouts, including championship bouts, shall have rounds of two (2) Minutes in length, with an interval [rest period] between each round of one (1) minute.
1.1a Fighters are permmited to fight three (3) minute rounds if it is agreed to by both camps and by the local commission.
1.2 The number of rounds in all contests shall be specified.
1.3 All WIBA World Championship bouts shall be of ten (10) round duration. All WIBA Intercontinental, International, Americas, Iberian-American titles shall be of six or eight round duration. ALL WIBA Youth title bouts shall be of 6 or 8 rounds.
1.4 A boxer can only be declared a WIBA Champion by winning a contest under Championship conditions.
1.5 Champions Responsibilities: All WIBA Champions must defend their title a minimum of once every SIX (6) months against the highest ranked opponant available, given a legitimate offer from a promoter. Failure to comply with this paragraph is grounds for actions to require a mandatory title defense within 60 days or to have the Champion removed and a title elimination tournament being called for to declare a new champion.If a WIBA champion does not defend her title within TWELVE (12)months, it is within the WIBA's sole discretion to vacate a title.
1.6 WIBA encourages title unification. The WIBA will consider making concessions in WIBA sanction fees for unification title fights involving the WIBA with any other major women's sanctioning body (WBC, WBA, WBO, IBF, WIBF, GBU, IFBA).
1.7 In the event the WIBA Champion wishes to fight for, or defend, a championship other then the WIBA, and not put their WIBA title on the line, the Approval of the WIBA must be obtained.
1.8 It is in the WIBA's sole discretion to strip a WIBA Champion of her title if she loses a non-title fight, or if she loses a title fight sanctioned by an organization other then the WIBA. It is also in the WIBA's sole discretion to strip a WIBA Champion to not recognize a WIBA champion if the sanction fee is not paid.
1.8B It is in the WIBA's sole discretion to strip a WIBA Champion of her title if she or her team:
-fails to comply with the rules of the applicable local commission,
-fails to honor a contractual obligation (any boxer withdrawing from a contest for reasons not acceptable to the WIBA)
-engages in any illegal or morally offensive conduct
-does anything to damage the reputation of the WIBA.
-does anything to disrespect the WIBA or any of it's members
-violates any WIBA by-law
1.9 It is in the WIBA's sole discretion to strip a WIBA Champion of her title if she refuses to fight the #1 mandatory challenger in her weight class, or the highest rated available contender, given a legitimate offer from a promoter.
1.10 Boxers can not fight within fourteen (14) days before a scheduled WIBA title fight.
1.11 Weigh-In: Boxers must weigh-in within no more then twenty-eight (28) hours before the start of the event, unless other weigh-in arrangements are agreed to beforehand by the WIBA, both boxers' camps and the local commission.
1.12 When a boxer is overweight at the weigh-in, conducted within twenty-four hours before the fight, she will have 3 hours pre-fight, if feasible, after the time of the weigh-in, to "make weight". Any boxer who is still overweight after such time might still be allowed to fight, but if they win the bout, they would not be recognized as champion, whereas if the fighter who makes weight wins, then she is recognized as champion. If a WIBA champion fails to make weight, her title is vacated.
1.13 Equipment: The WIBA requires all boxers to wear a breast protector approved by the local Commission.
1.14 Boxing gloves shall be new for all WIBA title fights, provided by the Promoter of that event.
1.15 Boxing gloves shall weigh eight (8) ounces for up to the 147 lbs weight Class. Boxing gloves shall weigh ten (10) ounces for over the 147 lbs weight Class.
1.16 All gloves used under WIBA jurisdiction shall be thumb-attached or thumbless.
1.17 All boxers must have two pairs of boxing trunks of different colors, available for each bout, in cases of dispute regarding two similar colors between boxers.
1.18 A Boxer's hair shall be worn in such a way and/or may not be secured with such foreign objects that may cause interference with either Boxer.
1.19 All Boxers must use a mouthpiece during the bouts. The fight cannot begin without both fighters having a mouthpiece. Having 2 mouthpieces is recommended.
1.20 The boxing ring used for WIBA title fights must be a minimum of 20 feet X 20 feet platform.
[Note: These rules are LAW the standardized ABC unified rules for women but can be superceeded by State Athletic Commission rules.]
2.0 Bouts are scored on a Ten (10) Point Must System.
2.1 Points will be awarded on the offensive for direct, clean punches with the knuckle area of the glove to the front or side of the head or body of the opponent above the belt. ("Above the belt" is the part of the body above the top of the hip bones)
2.2 Points may also be awarded on the defensive for slipping, guarding, ducking an attack, and ring generalship.
2.3 No Standing Eight (8) Count rule shall be in effect in all bouts. After each knockdown, the referee, will however, issue a Mandatory Eight (8) Count to the fallen boxer.
2.4 Only the ref can stop the fight.
2.5 A boxer knocked down cannot be "saved by the bell" in any round.
2.6 There is also No "3 Knockdown Rule" in effect.
2.7 If a boxers is knocked out of the ring (off of the ring apron, onto the floor) they have twenty (20) seconds to "beat the count" by getting back into the ring unassisted by their seconds. If a boxer is assisted by their seconds, they shall be disqualified by the referee.
2.8 The following acts are illegal during a Bout, and will result in Warnings, point deductions and/or disqualification:
(a) There shall be no "hitting below the belt"; Upon the Third warning from the Referee, there shall be a deduction of at least one point from each judge's round total for that round.
(b) There shall be no hitting or rubbing with the "laces" of a boxers glove(the "laces" referring to the palm side of a glove and forearm).
(c) There shall be no use of the feet, knees or legs in any contact during the bout; intentional fouls involving feet, knees, or legs can result in immediate point deductions, or disqualification.
(d) Any intentional head butting shall bring about immediate deduction of one point from each judge's card for that fighter for that round.
(e) There shall be no striking with elbows or forearms.International elbow or forearm strikes bring about an immediate deduction of one point from each judge's card for that round.
(f) There shall be no hitting on the back of the head or neck; no hitting to the kidney or the back of any fighter. Any intentional contact of such kind shall bring about immediate deduction of one point from each judge's card For that fighter for that round; and may result in disqualification.
(g) A boxer must obey the referee and break from her opponent when so ordered to do so. failing to do so (striking or attempting to strike the opponent on the break) will result in either a warning from the referee, or a points deduction.
(h) There shall be no deliberate striking of an opponent who has fallen to the floor or who is knocked down. When a fighter falls to the ground, the opponent must immediately retreat to a neutral corner.
(i) There shall be no hitting of an opponent after the end of a round.
(j) Any "intentional foul" causing injury serious enough to terminate a bout immediately will result in the boxer causing the injury to be disqualified.
(k) Any "intentional foul" causing an injury, if the bout is allowed to continue, will result in an immediate deduction of TWO (2) points from the boxer who caused the foul.
POINTS DEDUCTIONS FOR INTENTIONAL FOULS ARE MANDATORY.
(l) Boxers who repeatedly spit out their mouthpiece intentionally, for whatever reason, are subject to warnings, points deductions, and even disqualifications in certain situations, by the referee. (m) There shall be no other unsporting acts or conduct.
2.9 It is in the Referee's sole discretion to determine which boxer is at fault in any of the cases listed above.
2.10 It is in the Referee's sole discretion to caution the boxers, to direct judges to deduct points or to disqualify a boxer for any such act.
2.11 If any Boxer shall indicate an unwillingness to continue boxing in a bout because of a claim of any foul, it will be at the Referee's Discretion according to applicable State Athletic Commission or local Boxing Board standards whether the bout shall continue.
3.0 All boxers, as a condition to licensure or renewal of licenses from the State or Local Athletic Commissions shall undergo a thorough medical examination by a Physician appointed by the State, or the boxer's personal physician, according to the local commission rules for testing and examination.
3.1 All boxers, in all bouts must be given a physical examination by a Physician appointed by the State Commissioner on the day of or before the bout, according to the State's rules for examination.
3.2 The use of any drug, narcotic, stimulant, depressant, of any Description, or alcoholic substance by a boxer either before or during a Bout, is strictly prohibited. This includes Smelling Salts, Ammonia Capsules, or similar irritants. Any of the contestants violating this rule are subject to disqualification.
3.3 The discretional use of Vaseline is allowed around the eyes. However, Vaseline, grease or any other substance on the arms, legs, or body of either contestant is prohibited.
3.4 All boxers shall be physically examined immediately prior to the Commencement of the bout.
3.5 The State or Local Boxing Commissions have the discretion to order drug tests, whenever considered necessary, before or after a bout.
3.6 Uni-analysis tests are mandatory for boxers after title fights. Said specimen must be taken with a Ringside Physician and Commission Inspector on hand. The specimens should be taken in a plastic container and properly marked by the physician and boxer. It should be divided into two parts for each boxer, with bottles #1 sent to the lab. Should either boxer's specimen test positive for drugs, all parties will be notified, and another test made at the lab, as selected by the boxer and local commission. Should the specimen prove positive, disciplinary action will follow. Specimens will be tested for the following drugs:
Methadone ,Morphine ,Meperidine ,Propoxyphene ,Quinine ,Barbituates ,Clutethimide ,Clorpromazine ,Codeine ,Cocaine ,D-Amphedamine ,Marijuana as Tetrahydrocannabinol ,Anabilic Steroids ,Pain Killers
3.7 WIBA requires that boxers submit to a pregnancy test before any bout For the protection of the boxer. No boxer who is pregnant will be permitted to fight.
3.8 Should a boxer become pregnant as a titleholder, she will be names Champion Emeritus, and a bout will take place between the top two (2) Contenders in the rankings to determine a new champion.A new active champion shall be named The Titleholder. the Champion Emeritis will have 2 years to return to the ring and must fight the active champion to regain her old standing. If the fighter should return but In a new division or weight class she will be entered in the rankings of the new division. It is this case only that two (2) fighters can share the name of Champion while only the active boxer will be able to defend her tide.
4.0 The powers and duties of the Regional Representatives of the WIBA at a Promotion shall be to see those all-applicable Rules and Regulations are carried out, and also include:
(a) To attend the weigh-in of the Boxers;
(b) To receive any reports relating to a member boxer from Inspectors, Physicians or Commissions;
(c) To make a report of the boxing contest for the WIBA;
(d) To instruct the Promoter to make payment for WIBA sanctioning fees, to accept Payment; to instruct the Promoter to withhold any Payment to any boxer and forward the same to the WIBA representative if the boxers acts fall within section 3 of these rules.
(e) To stand ready to carry out any order or request issued by the Referee during the course of a boxing contest.
NOTE: The WIBA is not responsible for negotiation of agreements, Contracts or terms thereof between Boxers and Promoters, Managers, Agents or others. The WIBA is not responsible for any disputes arising out of said agreements or contracts.
5.0 All Promoters must be licensed according to the requirements of the local Commission of which the contest is taking place.
5.1 When a Promoter arranges any Championship bout or eliminating bout for a Championship to be fought under Championship conditions, he/she must receive written permission of the WIBA.
5.2 Managers and Promoters shall negotiate all purse offers.
5.3 If more then 1 promoter wishes to promote a fight for a vacant WIBA title, they must go to bids and the promoter who offers the highest purse money will get the fight.
5.4 If requested by the WIBA, the Promoter will disclose in writing, the Amount of Purse paid to any boxer, and/or detailed financial accountings for any contest they promote under the auspices of the WIBA.
5.5 The Promoters shall pay the purse to the boxer herself or to the boxer’s Representative at the boxer’s request.
5.6 Not less than 30 days prior to any proposed contest, the Promoter shall submit to. The WIBA in writing the date and full details of The venue, for its approval. In addition, the Promoter shall supply to the WIBA such other information about the proposed contest as the WIBA shall require.
5.7 Boxers who have contracted with a Promoter for an upcoming Contest may not accept another bout within 30 days prior to that contest, unless agreed to by the Promoter.
5.8 Sanctioning Fees are $1,500 per WIBA World Title Contest, plus $700 for WIBA Belt. Sanctioning Fees for WIBA International and Intercontinental Titles are $1000, plus $700 for WIBA Belt. Sanctioning Fees for WIBA Americas, or Youth Titles are $850, plus $700 for WIBA Belt. Monies are due 21 days prior to the bout. The WIBA takes 0% of any fighters purse for sanctioning fees. for WIBA World Title fights, judges are to be paid $200 USD, and the referee is to be paid $250 USD, supervisors are to be paid $300 USD.
5.9 The Promoter is responsible for the purchase of the WIBA Championship Belt. When a championship changes hands, it is the promoters responsibility to purchase a belt for the newly crowned champion. Only the winner of the contest can obtain the belt.
5.10 The Promoter is to provide and pay for all hotel accommodations and travel arrangements for the representatives of the WIBA.
5.11 The Promoter is responsible for any and all legal fees in the collection of any monies owed to the WIBA by the promoter.
5.12 All WIBA sanction fees are non-refundable. In case of an event being cancelled, a sanction fee that has been paid by the promoter, can be carried over to a later event within 6 months of the original event date.
Meet your CHAMPIONS
ASIYE OEZLEM SAHIN
WIBA Mini Flyweight World Champion
ALICIA MELINA KUMMER
WIBA Light Welterweight World Champion
WIBA Flyweight World Champion
WIBA Featherweight World Champion
WIBA Atomweight World Champion
WIBA Bantamweight World Champion
WIBA Bantamweight World Champion
WIBA Super Bantamweight World Champion
WIBA Welterweight World Champion
WIBA Super Flyweight World Champion
WIBA Lightweight World Champion
WIBA Bantamweight World Champion
CURRENT RATINGS MARCH 2023
1. Oxandia Castillo (DR)
2. Arlie Meleisea (NZ)
3. Sequita Hemingway (NZ)
4. Danielle Perkins (USA)
5. Seini Draughn (USA)
6. Monica Harrison (USA)
7. Mery Caba Rancier (DR)
8. Princess Hairston (USA)
9. Yoscaira Alcantara Eugenio (DR)
10. Thi Phuong Hoai Nguyen (Vietnam)
11. Blessing Abisoye (Nigeria)
12. Jackie Lea Osborn (Singapore)
13. Jessica Triebelova (Slovakia)
14. Chia Fei Asbury (USA)
1. Hanna Gabriels (Costa Rica) – WBA & WBC Heavyweight champion
2. Lani Daniels (NZ)
3. Abril Argentina Vidal (Argentina)
4. Angelica Lopez Flores (Mexico)
5. Ashleigh Curry (USA)
6. Silvia Zuniga (Mexico)
7. Razel Mohamed (South Africa)
8. Rollen Muleba (South Africa)
- 1. Christina Hammer (Germany)
2. Franchon Crews Dezurn (USA) – WBA, WBC, IBF & WBO champion
3. Elin Cederros (Sweden)
4. Raquel Miller (USA)
5. Shadasia Green (USA)
6. Sanna Turunen (Finland) – WIBF & GBU champion
7. Aidyl Cardenas (USA)
8. Ogleidis Suarez (Venezuela)
9. Citlalli Ortiz (USA)
10. Elene Sikmashvili (Georgia)
11. Daniele Aidee de Lira Bastieri (Brazil)
12. Christianne Fahey (UK)
13. Nailini Helu (NZ)14. Indira Perez (Colombia)
15. Angie Franco (USA)
16. Tina Hemingway (USA)
17. Maricela Garcia Mendoza (Mexico)
18. Edita Karabeg (Bosnia)
19. Madina Smyslova (Russia)
20. Kahide Kazeem (Nigeria)
21. Melody Popravak (USA)
22. Melinda Watpool (Canada)
23. Eva Lidia Silva (Mexico)24. Silvia Silva Barraza (Mexico)
25. Pasene Asuega (USA)
26. Wendy Gcado (South Africa)
27. Hanna Rousu (Finland)
28. Monique Bux (UK)
29. Lucy Macho (Tanzania)
30. Kayla Williams (USA)
31. Kate Boulus (Australia)
32. Fairouz Eissa (Australia)
33. Yelianyi Fernandez (Venezuela)
34. Jozette Cotton (USA)
- 1. Claressa Shields (USA) – WBA, WBC, IBF, WBO & WBF champion
2. Savannah Marshall (UK)
3. Maricela Cornejo (USA)
4. Irais Hernandez (Mexico)
5. Mapule Ngubane (South Africa)
6. Olivia Gerula (Canada)
7. Yenebier Guillen (DR)
8. Elle Coulson (UK) – INTERNATIONAL champion
9. Angie Paola Rocha (Colombia)
10. Desley Robinson (Australia)
11. Luiza Davydova (Russia)
12. Rita Mrwebi (South Africa)
13. Rushda Mallick (South Africa)
14. Gifty Amanua Ankrah (Ghana)
15. Olivia Curry (USA)
16. Samantha Pill (USA)
17. Justyna Walas (Poland)
18. Mary Casamassa (USA)
19. Yannick Azangue (USA)
20. Elia Carranza (USA)
21. Lorena Carrillo (Colombia)
22. Miranda Barber (USA)
23. Visila Lagilagi (Fiji)
24. Jade Grierson (UK)
25. Kaitlin Lavigne (USA)
26. Daniela Rodriguez (Colombia)
27. Ayanna Tramont (USA)
28. Valeria Segovia Alonzo (Mexico)
29. Jesikah Guerra (USA)
30. Amelia Yara (Fiji)
31. Inise Kaunimara (Fiji)
32. Toyin Adejumola (Nigeria)
33. Noxolo Mkhasibe (South Africa)
34. Millicent Agboegbulen (Australia)
1. Natasha Jonas (UK) – WBC, IBF & WBO champion
2. Cecilia Braekhus (Norway)
3. Ema Kozin (Slovenia) – WBF champion
4. Marie Eve Dicaire (Canada)
5. Inna Sagaydakovslava (Russia)
6. Terri Harper (UK) – WBA champion
7. Femke Hermans (Belgium) – IBO champion
8. Mary Spencer (Canada)
9. Hannah Rankin (Scotland)
10. Lorita Muzeya (Zambia)
11. Diana Tapia Castro (Mexico)
12. Logan Holler (USA)
13. Sonya Dreiling (USA)
14. Chris Namus (Uruguay)
15. Priscilla Peterle (France)
16. Marianne Ahlborg (Sweden)
17. Carolyn Redmond (Canada)
18. Ellis Hopkins (UK)
19. Hanna Hansen (Germany)
20. Lily Ella Craw-Seaman (Scotland)
21. Maria Elena Maderna (Argentina)
22. Cinthia Lozano (Mexico)
23. Georgia O’Connor (UK)
24. Bree Burbeary (UK)
25. Paige Goodyear (UK)
26. Ester Konecna (Czech Republic)
27. Yarkor Chavez Annan (Ghana)
28. Valeria Bustamante Corrales (Mexico)
29. Karina Avila Ortiz (Mexico)
30. Jenna Gaglioti (USA)
31. Holly Lawson (USA)
32. Celia Rosa Sierra (Colombia)
33. Jeanmary Martinez Paulino (DR)
34. Stephanie Mfongwot (Australia)
- World Champion-
KATELYNN PHELAN (Ireland)
1. Jessica McCaskill (USA) – WBA, WBC, IBF, WBO & IBO champion
2. Layla McCarter (USA)
3. Patricia Berghult (Sweden)
4. Ivana Habazin (Croatia)
5. Maria Lindberg (Sweden) – WIBF & GBU 154 champion
6. Alma Ibarra (Mexico)
7. Olivia Belkacem (Switzerland)
8. Chevelle Hallback (USA)
9. Summer Lynn (USA) – UBO champion
10. Szilvia Szabados (Hungary)
11. Jessica Schadko (Germany)
12. Sarah French (USA)
13. Marie-Pier Houle (Canada)
14. Oshae Jones (USA)
15. Dee Allen (UK)
16. Kirstie Bavington (UK)
17. April Hunter (UK)
18. Yamila Esther Reynoso (Argentina)
19. Beth Arthur (UK)
20. Lauren Price (UK)
21. Sandy Meunier (France)
22. Dilara Yucel (Turkey) – UBO 154 title
23. Janina Michelle Neumann (Germany)
24. Cindy Reyes Espinoza (Mexico)
25. Rupinder Kaur (India)
26. Jessica Louise Messina (Australia)
27. Stephanie Pineiro Aquino (PR)
28. Sarah Weidmann (Germany)
29. Lucia Noelia Perez (Argentina)
30. Claudia Andrea Lopez (Argentina)
31. Deseree Jamison (USA)
32. Deborah Willies (USA)
33. Claribel Mena (DR)
34. Jennifer Williams (Canada)
1. Chantelle Cameron (UK) – WBA, WBC, IBF, WBO & IBO champion
2. Oshin Derieuw (Belgium) – WBF champion
3. Christina Linardatou (Greece)
4. Ewa Piatkowska (Poland)
5. Kali Reis (USA)
6. Diana Prazak (Australia)
7. Sandy Ryan (UK)
8. Mary McGee (USA)
9. Victoria Bustos (Argentina)
10. Melissa Hernandez (USA)
11. Anahi Ester Sanchez (Argentina)
12. Hedda Wolmarens (South Africa)
13. Nicole Wesner (Germany)
14. Ruth Chisale (Malawi)
15. Kandi Wyatt (Canada)
16. Gentiane Lupi (NZ)
17. Silvia Bortot (Italy)
18. Cherrelle Brown (UK)
19. Sarah Achieng (Kenya)
20. Prisca Vicot (France) – WIBF, GBU, & WBF interim champion
21. Naomi Mannes (Germany)
22. Donia Darouiche (France)
23. Anissa Benyoub (France)
24. Valentina Keri (Serbia)
25. Francia Elena Bravo (Colombia)
26. Monalisa Sibanda (Zimbabwe) – INTERCONTINENTAL champion
27. Kinga Magyar (Hungary)
28. Marisol Moreno (Mexico)
29. Malakay Moukayber (Australia)
30. Victoire Piteau (France)
31. Marisa Joana Portillo (Argentina)
32. Bexcy Mateus (Colombia)
33. Ella Boot (Australia)
34. Yenifer Rodriguez (Colombia)
- 1. Katie Taylor (Ireland) – WBA, WBC, IBF & WBO champion
2. Jelena Janicijevic (Serbia)
3. Oleksandra Sidorenko (Poland)
4. Estelle Mossely (France) – IBO champion
5. Firuza Sharipova (Kazakhstan)
6. Jessica Camara (Canada)
7. Beke Bas (Germany) – IBA champion
8. Yanina del Carmen Lescano (Argentina)
9. Maira Moneo (Uruguay)
10. Erica Farias (Argentina)
11. Heather Hardy (USA)
12. Miriam Gutierrez (Spain)
13. Verena Kaiser (Germany)
14. Dahiana Santana (DR)
15. Hannah Terlep (USA)
16. Beatriz Aguilar Jimenez (Mexico)
17. Crystal Morales (USA)
18. Chantall Martinez (Panama)
19. Yamila Belen Abellaneda (Argentina)
20. Chelsey Anderson (USA)
21. Magali Rodriguez Lopez (Mexico)
22. Rhiannon Dixon (UK)
23. Anisha Basheel (Malawi)
24. Elvina White (Austria)
25. Aida Satybaldinova (Kazakhstan)
26. Jaica Pavilus (Haiti)
27. Miranda Reyes (USA)
28. Jamie Clampitt-Hayes (USA)
29. Lizbeth Crespo (Bolivia)
30. Dilar Kisikyul (Germany) – WIBF & GBU champion
31. Natalie Zimmermann (Germany)
32. Stephanie Han (USA)
33. Caroline Dubois (UK)
34. Destiny Jones (USA)
35. Raider Muleba (SA)
1. Delfine Persoon (Belgium) – WBA interim champion
2. Alycia Baumgardner (USA) – WBC, IBF, WBO & IBO champion
3. Mikaela Mayer (USA)
4. Hyun-Mi Choi (South Korea) – WBA champion in recess
5. Maiva Hammadouche (France)
6. Ramona Kuehne (Germany) – WBF champion
7. Ewa Brodnicka (Poland)
8. Deanha Hobbs (Australia)
9. Melissa St Vil (USA)
10. Jennifer Han (USA)
11. Katharina Thanderz (Spain)
12. Elhem Mekhaled (France)
13. Carolina Duer (Argentina)
14. Karen Elizabeth Carabajal (Argentina)
15. Kara Ro (Canada)
16. Nozipho Bell (South Africa)
17. Leila Beaudoin (Canada)
18. Vanessa Bradford (Canada)
19. Karla Ramos Zamora (Mexico)
20. Liliana Palmera (Colombia)
21. Usanakorn Thawilsuhannawang (Thailand)
22. Ramona Graeff (Germany)
23. Rima Ayadi (France)
24. Bo Mi Re Shin (South Korea)
25. Sofya Ochigava (Russia)
26. Beatriz Ferreira (Brazil)
27. Vicky Wilkinson (UK)
28. Kristine Shergold (UK)
29. Kallia Kourouni (Greece) – WIBF & GBU champion
30. Simone Da Silva Duarte (Brazil)
31. Jade Taylor (UK)
32. Iranda Paola Torres (Mexico)
33. Chiedza Homakoma (Zimbabwe)
34. Amina Zidani (France)
1. Amanda Serrano (USA) – WBC, WBO, IBF & IBO champion
2. Erika Cruz Hernandez (Mexico) – WBA champion
3. Sarah Mahfoud (Denmark)
4. Brenda Karen Carabajal (Argentina) – WBO interim champion
5. Jelena Mrdjenovich (Canada)
6. Fatuma Zarika (Kenya)
7. Laura Grzyb (Poland)
8. Tiara Brown (USA)
9. Tania Alvarez (Spain)
10. Enerolisa de Leon (Spain) – WBF champion
11. Elina Tissen (Germany)
12. Nina Meinke (Germany) – WIBF & GBU champion
13. Elena Gradiner (Russia)
14. Licia Boudersa (France)
15. Emma Gongora (France)
16. Martine Vallieres-Bisson (Canada)
17. Edith Soledad Matthysse (Argentina)
18. Sophie Alisch (Germany)
19. Danila Ramos (Brazil)
20. Lucy Wildheart (Sweden)
21. Jennifer Miranda (Spain)
22. Carla Torres (USA)
23. Shelly Vincent (USA)
24. Bukiwe Nonina (South Africa)
25. Dyana Vargas (DR)
26. Raven Chapman (UK)
27. Everline Odero (Kenya)
28. Hollie Towl (UK)
29. Skye Nicolson (Australia)
30. Carisse Brown (USA) – INTERNATIONAL 135 champion
31. Carly Salmon (Australia)
32. Matshidiso Mokebosi (South Africa)
33. Yolis Marrugo Franco (Colombia)
34. Calista Silgado (Colombia) – UBC 122 champion
1. Segolene Lefebvre (France) – WBO champion
2. Daniela Romina Bermudez (Argentina)
3. Yamileth Mercado (Mexico) – WBC champion
4. Mayerlin Rivas (Venezuela) – WBA champion
5. Kudakwashe Chiwandire (Zimbabwe) – WBC interim champion
6. Mariana Juarez (Mexico)
7. Catherine Phiri (Zambia)
8. Cherneka Johnson (Australia) – IBF champion
9. Nazarena Romero (Argentina) – WBA interim champion
10. Amanda Galle (Canada)
11. Maureen Shea (USA)
12. Lila Neuza Dos Santos Furtado (Brazil)
13. Phannarai Netisri (Thailand) – WIBF champion
14. Mea Motu (NZ)
15. Marianela Soledad Ramirez (Argentina)
16. Paola Pamela Benavidez (Argentina)
17. Sabrina Maribel Perez (Argentina)
18. Asandiswa Nxokwana (South Africa)
19. Ellie Scotney (UK)
20. Gloria Elena Yancaqueo (Argentina)
21. Melissa Esquivel (Mexico)
22. Jorgelina Guanini (Argentina)
23. Debora Anahi Dionicius (Argentina) – WBO interim champion
24. Marcela Acuna (Argentina)
25. Laura Griffa (Argentina)
26. Isis Vargas Perez (Mexico)
27. Alys Sanchez (Venezuela)
28. Angelica Rascon (Mexico)
29. Katie Healy (UK) – WBF champion
30. Ramla Ali (UK)
31. Natalia Francesca (Spain)
32. Mary Romero (Spain)
33. Shurretta Metcalf (USA)
1. Dina Thorslund (Denmark) – WBO champion
2. Yulihan Alejandra Luna Avila (Mexico) – WBC champion
3. Melissa Oddessa Parker (USA) – IBO champion
4. Mayeli Flores (Mexico)
5. Jasseth Noriega (Mexico)
6. Guadalupe Martinez Guzman (Mexico)
7. Nina Hughes (UK) – WBA champion
8. Jamie Mitchell (USA)
9. Shannon Courtenay (UK)
10. Ebanie Bridges (Australia) – IBF champion
11. Rosalinda Rodriguez (USA)
12. Mikeena Tansley (Canada)
13. Shannon O’Connell (Australia)
14. Jessica Gonzalez (Mexico)
15. Lindsay Garbatt (Canada)
16. Zulina Munoz (Mexico)
17. Juliana Vanesa Basualdo (Argentina)
18. Tatyana Zrazhevskaya (Russia)
19. Gloria Gallardo (Mexico)
20. Maria Cecilia Roman (Argentina)
21. Seren Cetin (Turkey)
22. Alondra Garcia (Mexico)
23. Karina Fernandez (Mexico) – UBO champion
24. Niorkis Carreno (Venezuela)
25. Sharadene Fortuin (South Africa)
26. Eva Voraberger (Austria)
27. Ana Lozano (Venezuela)
28. Melania Sorroche (Spain)
29. Iara Altamirano (Argentina)
30. Danielle Bennett (USA)
31. Fatima Dudieva (Russia)
32. Lina Kasweka (Zambia)
33. Mikiah Kreps (USA)
1. Asley Gonzalez Macias (Mexico) – WBC champion
2. Lourdes Juarez (Mexico)
3. Yessica Chavez (Mexico)
4. Micaela Lujan (Argentina) – IBF champion
5. Irma Garcia (Mexico)
6. Diana Laura Fernandez (Mexico)
7. Stephanie Silva (Italy)
8. Hee-Jung Yuh (South Korea)
9. Adelaide Ruiz (USA) – WBC interim champion
10. Clara Lescurat (Argentina) – WBA champion
11. Maribel Ramirez (Mexico)
12. Daniela Asenjo (Chile) – IBO champion
13. Linda Laura Lecca (Peru)
14. Elena Saveleva (Russia)
15. Casey Morton (USA)
16. Jacqueline Mucio Munoz (Mexico)
17. Ellen Simwaka (Malawi)
18. Natalia Alderete (Argentina)
19. Estrella Valverde (Mexico)
20. Jasmine Artiga (USA)
21. Sulem Urbina Soto (Mexico)
22. Paulette Valenzuela (Mexico)
23. Susy Kandy Sandoval (Mexico)
24. Vanesa Lorena Taborda (Argentina)
25. Amy Salinas (USA)
26. Aliyah Pequeno (USA)
27. Carla Ayelen Merino (Argentina)
28. Michelle Preston (NZ)
29. Chisakan Ariphipat (Thailand)
30. Lauren Parker (UK)
31. Sofia Abraamyan (Russia)
32. Eloisa Martinez Zarraga (Mexico) – IBC champion
33. Nicila Costello (Australia)
1. Marlen Esparza (USA) – WBA & WBC champion
2. Arely Mucino (Mexico) – IBF champion
3. Leonela Paola Yudica Andino (Argentina)
4. Kenia Enriquez (Mexico)
5. Ibeth Zamora Silva (Mexico)
6. Gabriela Alaniz (Argentina) – WBO champion
7. Alicia Holzken (Netherlands) – WIBF & GBU champion
8. Ewelina Pekalska (Poland)
9. Debora Anahi Lopez (Argentina)
10. Eva Guzman (Venezuela)
11. Gabriela Fundora (USA)
12. Gabriela Sanchez Saavedra (Mexico)
13. Taylah Robertson (Australia)
14. Olga Julio (Colombia)
15. Jacky Calvo (Mexico)
16. Maria Salinas (Mexico)
17. Zulfa Macho Yusufu (Tanzania)
18. Sonia Osorio (Mexico)
19. Jaqueline Maxino Silvestre (Mexico)
20. Simangele Hadebe (South Africa)
21. Christina Cruz (USA)
22. Indeya Smith (USA)
23. Karely Lopez Castro (Mexico)
24. Alma Melisa Meraz (Mexico)
25. Naylea Gil Sanabia (Mexico)
26. Alexas Kubicki (Canada)
27. Nataly Delgado (Panama)
28. Isabel Millan (Mexico)
29. Martina Bernile (Italy)
30. Justine Lallamand (France)
31. Debora Vanesa Gomez (Argentina)
32. Olga Gurova (Russia)
33. Nancy Franco (Mexico)
34. Viviana Ruiz Corredor (Colombia)
1. Jessica Nery Plata (Mexico) – WBA Super champion
2. Yesica Yolanda Bopp (Argentina)
3. Kim Clavel (Canada) – WBC champion
4. Maria Guadalupe Bautista (Mexico) – WBA champion
5. Evelyn Nazarena Bermudez (Argentina)
6. Yesenia Gomez (Mexico)
7. Tania Enriquez (Mexico)
8. Anabel Ortiz (Mexico)
9. Tamara Elisabet Demarco (Argentina)
10. Naomi Arellano Reyes (Mexico)
11. Debora Rengifo (Venezuela)
12. Ayelen Granadino (Argentina)
13. Angela Nolasco Galindo (Mexico)
14. Yaditza Perez (Panama)
15. Marilyn Badillo Amaya (Mexico)
16. Lucia Gutierrez Campos (Mexico)
17. Cecilia Nino Rodriguez (Mexico)
18. Tania Itzel Garcia Hernandez (Mexico)
19. Joana Suarez (Spain)
20. Yairineth Altuve (Venezuela)
21. Anna Levina (Russia) – IBA 112 champion
22. Cassandra Crevecouer (France)
23. Halima Vunjabei (Tanzania)
24. Alejandra Maria de Lujan Rios (Argentina)
25. Anyelen Espinosa (Argentina)
26. Maria Sol Baumstarh (Argentina)
27. Yanali Ayon (Mexico)
28. Yoselin Fernandez (Venezuela)
29. Romina Gisel Sosa (Argentina)
30. Esmeralda Gaona Sagahon (Mexico)
31. Estefany Alegria Ocasio (Mexico)
1. Seniesa Estrada (USA) – WBA champion
2. Tina Rupprecht (Germany) – WBC champion
3. Yokasta Valle (Costa Rica) – IBF & WBO champion
4. Sarah Bormann (Germany) – IBO, WIBF, GBU, WBF & WBC interim champion
5. Thi Thu Nhi Nguyen (Vietnam)
6. Katia Gutierrez (Mexico)
7. Ji Hyun Park (South Korea)
8. Joana Pastrana (Spain)
9. Silvia Torres (Mexico)
10. Maria Soledad Vargas (Mexico)
11. Anne Sophie Da Costa (France)
12. Jazmin Gala Villarino (Mexico)
13. Catalina Diaz (Spain)
14. Hye Soo Park (South Korea)
15. Judith Vivanco (Mexico)
16. Perla Perez (Mexico)
17. Jessica Basulto (Mexico)
18. Elizabeth Cruz Lopez (Mexico)
19. Yadira Bustillos (USA)
20. Laura Chiquillo (Mexico)
21. Nozwelethu Mathontsi (South Africa)
22. Elizabeth Cruz Hernandez (Mexico)
23. Maria Micheo Santizo (Guatemala)
24. Rosa Olvera (Mexico)
25. Cecile Cortez (Thailand)
26. Brenda Torres (Mexico)
27. Ketmanee Chasing (Thailand)
28. Crisna Alvarez Rivera (Mexico)
29. Arlenn Sanchez Aguirre (Mexico)
30. Rocio Gaspar (Peru)
31. Nitinart Plabplerng (Thailand)
1. Fabiana Bytyqi (Hungary) – WBC champion
2. Monserrat Alarcon Raya (Mexico) – WBA champion
3. Elizabeth Lopez Corzo (Mexico)
4. Norj Guro (Philippines)
5. Ana Arrazola (Mexico)
6. Yenifer Leon (Venezuela)
7. Esneidy Rodriguez Olmos (Mexico)
8. Brenda Balderas Martinez (Mexico)
9. Lorraine Villalobos (USA)
10. Yubiri Rodriguez (Venezuela)
11. Cecilia Mendoza (Mexico)
12. Abril Sanchez Torres (Mexico)
13. Diana Itzel Ferrer (Mexico)
14. Edna Ponce (Mexico)
15. Petchompoo Mor Krungthepthonbun (Thailand)
16. Panida Chatluang (Thailand)
17. Miriam Anda (Mexico)
18. Regina Chavez (Mexico)
19. Maria Fernanda Hernandez Torres (Mexico)
20. Umal Banin (Pakistan)
21. Roma Yousaf (Pakistan)
22. Nimra Nisar Ahmed (Pakistan)
23. Cinthia Macias (Mexico)
24. Maria Gonzalez Amaro (Mexico)
25. Lidia Gonzalez Pacheco (Mexico)
26. Roxana Maria Colmenarez (Venezuela)
27. Naomy Valle (Costa Rica)
28. Abida Batool (Pakistan)
29. Dialika Perkins (USA)
30. Alexis Martinez (USA)