Mark Magsayo shoots into the featherweight rankings plus more in this week’s update.
It’s a new year for boxing, with some shuffling and house-cleaning in the rankings to kick off 2022.
Plenty of notes and results from a busy week in boxing as we wrap up with the final rankings of 2021.
Vasiliy Lomachenko and Nonito Donaire are still in top contention, Katie Taylor is still Katie Taylor, plus notes on Dmitry Bivol, Conor Benn, and more.
The 135 lb division continues to shift around, with Gervonta Davis and Devin Haney winning this weekend, plus much more.
George Kambosos Jr made the statement of his career, plus Stephen Fulton Jr, Kenichi Ogawa, where Teofimo Lopez stands, and more.
Terence Crawford made his case at 147 lbs and at P4P, so where does he sit after his win over Shawn Porter?
Kiko Martinez is, to the shock of all, in the rankings at featherweight, plus notes on Jaime Munguia, David Benavidez, Alycia Baumgardner, and more.
Canelo is the king at super middleweight, plus more in this week’s boxing rankings update.
Shakur Stevenson became a two-weight champ on Saturday. Is he already the top dog at 130?
Emanuel Navarrete is now No. 1 at featherweight, a brutal weekend for Mikey Garcia, and more in this week’s update.
Tyson Fury is still atop the heavyweight division after another big win.
Oleksandr Usyk has answered pretty much all the questions. How high should he rank P4P?
Not much happening this week, with nothing more for the next two weeks.
Plenty of ranked fighters in action last weekend, but not a lot of movement for now.
An upset and a retirement led to some notable shifts in the rankings.
It’s the "Why not both?" of boxing.
We’ve got a new top 10 guy at 135 plus more.
The unbeaten junior lightweight is trending up after another win.
Tank, Loma, and many more had notable fights since last week.
It was a busy weekend for boxing, with another one on tap.
Different reasons, but both Stevenson and Pedraza are a little higher than last week.
Not much movement this week, but a few notes of ... note.
Josh Taylor left no doubts about the top dog at 140, and has also hit the P4P top 10 in this week’s update.
Brandon Figueroa is cemented as a player at 122 after a big win on Saturday.
Canelo did it again on Saturday, keeping his lock at No. 1 at 168 and strengthening his pound-for-pound claim.
Rankings (May 3, 2021): Edwards leaps in at 112; Is Taylor No. 1 pound-for-pound?; Ruiz, Parker, more
Sunny Edwards made the big statement, Katie Taylor made another of her own, and more after a busy week in boxing.