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Bad Left Hook Weekly Boxing Rankings for May 30: Slow Weekend, No Movement

Tony Thompson won this weekend, but didn't move in the rankings. (Photo by Al Bello/Getty Images)
Tony Thompson won this weekend, but didn't move in the rankings. (Photo by Al Bello/Getty Images)
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Scott Christ is the managing editor of Bad Left Hook and has been covering boxing for SB Nation since 2006.

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Absolutely no movement anywhere in the rankings this week, as it was a holiday weekend in the States and there was not a truly major fight anywhere in the world, with only a couple of ranked fighters in action. No. 7 junior middleweight Lukas Konecny, No. 7 lightweight Jorge Linares, and No. 7 heavyweight Tony Thompson all won. Lucky sevens. Ha ha ha ha. Ehhh.

This weekend doesn't have a ton of ranked action either, but what's out there is important. The super middleweight division will be especially shaken up a little, as No. 3 and No. 4 ranked Carl Froch and Glen Johnson square off on Saturday night, and inactive Mikkel Kessler will return to the top ten should he win as expected in Denmark on Saturday afternoon in his return to the ring.

All ranked fighters action this weekend:

  • Light Heavyweight: No. 10 Zsolt Erdei (32-0, 17 KO) vs Byron Mitchell (28-7-1, 21 KO)
  • Super Middleweight: No. 3 Carl Froch (27-1, 20 KO) vs No. 4 Glen Johnson (51-14-2, 35 KO)
  • Super Middleweight: No. 10 Thomas Oosthuizen (14-0-1, 11 KO) vs William Gare (27-14, 5 KO)
  • Middleweight: No. 8 Marco Antonio Rubio (50-5-1, 43 KO) vs Ricardo Ramallo (11-3-1, 7 KO)
  • Junior Middleweight: No. 9 Vanes Martirosyan (29-0, 18 KO) vs Saul Roman (34-8, 29 KO)
  • Featherweight: No. 9 Mikey Garcia (25-0, 21 KO) vs Miguel Beltran Jr (24-1, 17 KO)

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