TOP WOMEN BOXERS IN THE WORLD

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 TOP WOMEN BOXERS IN THE WORLD

In this article we will learn about the top women boxers in the world. The details of the top 10 female boxers in the world are given below. It includes Claressa Shields, Katie Taylor, Amanda Serrano, Chantelle Cameron, Seneca Estrada, Lucia Rijker, Ann Wolf, Laila Ali, Cecilia Braekhus, and Regina Halmich. Also the Record and held title of top 5 female boxers fighters are given.

  • Claressa Shields:

Shields earned the nickname “G.W.O.A.T.”, as shields have backed up all of her trash talk. She is a two-time Olympic gold medalist, and turned pro in the year 2016. At only 13-0, she is a three-time undisputed champion, having held all the titles at super-middleweight once and the middleweight division twice. 

Claressa Shields
Claressa Shields

The 27-year-old shield won two fights in the year 2022. Her last bout was a consensual decision win over Savannah Marshall in October. She repaid the only loss of her career in the amateurs against Marshall. She became the undisputed middleweight champion for a second time while main eventing a sold-out O2 Arena. 

She gained an extremely convincing victory which came after initially seeing the grudge match postponed with only two days’ notice. due to the passing of the Queen — Shields leads to being named The Sporting News Women’s Boxer of the Year. 

Record  14-0 (2 Kos)
Title Held Two-time undisputed middleweight champion, former undisputed super-middleweight champion, former IBF, WBA, and The Ring super welterweight champion

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  • Katie Taylor

Katie Taylor, a 10-round majority decision revenge triumph over Chantelle Cameron has made Tailor the Irish superstar bigger than ever. In 2016, The 2012 Olympic gold medalist Katie made her debut. She has taken down a Murderers’ Row of competitors. 

Katie Taylor
Katie Taylor

She has beaten the likes of Jessica McCaskill, Victoria Bustos, Eva Wahlstrom, Rose Volante, Delfine Persoon, Natasha Jonas, Amanda Serrano, and Cameron.It is unknown how much longer “The Bray Bomber” will continue to fight at 37. But while boxing fans still have Katie, she will look to resume her run as one of the best boxers.

Record  23-1 (6 Kos)
Title Held Undisputed lightweight champion, undisputed super lightweight champion

Amanda Serrano

She is a seven-division champion and made a Guinness World Record for women in boxing. In 2009, She Made her pro debut “The Real Deal”. She has moved up and down weight classes with great success.Amanda is one world title behind Manny Pacquiao for equalling the record of title wins in Various weight divisions. 

Amanda Serrano
Amanda Serrano

Although she had a 28-fight win streak snapped by Taylor in an immediate classic. She proved that all her hard work over the years paid off. She has rebounded with wins over Sarah Mahfoud, Erika Cruz Hernandez, and Heather Hardy in a rematch. 

She is the first featherweight champion ever and made more history by fighting Danila Ramos over 12-three-minute rounds in the first female fight to be scheduled for that distance since 2007 in October and claimed a separate decision.

Record 46-2-1(30 Kos)
Title Reigning undisputed featherweight champion, former WBO junior-featherweight champion, former WBO bantamweight champion, former WBO light-welterweight champion, WBO junior-bantamweight champion, former IBF super-featherweight champion, former WBO lightweight champion.

Chantelle Cameron

Chantelle Cameron was sensational in handing Katie Taylor. This was her first professional defeat back in May and she was extremely competitive in the rematch. Apart from the loss, “Il Capo” is a top-level operator, and in 2014, she’ll be back mixing with the best.

Chantelle Cameron
Chantelle Cameron

In 2020, The Northampton star Cameron started her run at super lightweight. In 2022, She cemented her status by beating Victoria Bustos and welterweight champion Jessica McCaskill to win the unchallenged championship at super lightweight.

Record  18-1 (8 Kos)
Title N/A

Seniesa Estrada

Seniesa Estrada is also known as “Super Bad”. In her  12-year professional career, Estrada lived up to her ring moniker. The unchallengeable Los Angeles native Estrada scored the fastest knockout in women’s boxing history when she blasted out the unlucky Miranda Adkins in just seven seconds.

Seniesa Estrada
Seniesa Estrada

The 30-year-old boxer-puncher has scored notable wins over Marlen Esparza (TD 9), Anabel Ortiz (UD 10), Tenkai Tsunami (UD 10), and Tina Rupprecht (UD 10). She previously held a world title at light flyweight.

Record 25-0 (9 Kos)
Title Reigning WBA minimumweight champion

Lucia Rijker

She is one of the most well-known female fighters in history. She competed at light welterweight and gained several world championships. Lucia was once known as the “world’s most dangerous lady.” Lucia retired from boxing with a perfect 17-0 record and 14 knockouts to her name.

Lucia Rijker
Lucia Rijker

Ann Wolfe

In 2006 Until her retirement, she was mostly considered the most powerful female fighter in the sport. Ann won 16 of her 26 bouts through knockout.

Ann Wolfe
Ann Wolfe

 

  • Laila Ali

She is the daughter of the greatest heavyweight boxer in history Muhammad Ali. This American fighter Laila Ali made her name in women’s boxing. She going undefeated in her entire professional career. She is winning world championships in two different weight classes. In 2004, After winning the IBA light-heavyweight championship she emulated the extraordinary achievement of the great Henry Armstrong by Gaining three world titles in three different weight classes simultaneously.

Laila Ali
Laila Ali
  • Cecilia Braekhus

She is also known as “The First Lady. Since 2014, she has been the undisputed welterweight champion. She is one of the best in the world today. Cecilia was the first female fighter in any division to win Female Fighter of the Year from the Boxing Writers Association of America. She is the first woman to hold all the alphabet titles at once.

Cecilia Braekhus
Cecilia Braekhus

 

  • Regina Halmich

She is one of the greatest female boxers of all time. She played a pivotal role in expanding the sport for women in Europe. She was the undisputed champion of the flyweight, super-flyweight, and light-flyweight divisions. She retired in 2007. In 56 fights, she had only suffered one defeat.

Regina Halmich
Regina Halmich

Conclusion

These are the Women Boxers of all time. It is a mix of women from different parts of the world. These women have proven time and again that they are unmatchable inside the boxing ring. Their achievements have inspired countless individuals and women around the world. They encourage them to pursue their dreams and overcome any difficulties in their path.

FAQs: 

From which country Claressa Shields belongs to?

She belongs to Flint Michigan.

Who is Laila Ali’s father?

She is the daughter of the greatest heavyweight boxer in history Muhammad Ali.

When Regina Halmich retired?

She retired in 2007.

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