Not much happening this week, with nothing more for the next two weeks.
We’ve got a lot of movement considering very little happened in the ring over the last 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.
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.
Emanuel Navarrete has his argument for the top spot in a weird featherweight division, plus more updates.
"Boots" Ennis is definitely on the radar at 147, plus Joe Smith Jr, Jerwin Ancajas, and more.
Two titleholders made picked up strong wins, while Tim Tszyu and Donnie Nietes hit the rankings from different angles this week.
Dillian Whyte got back into the top five with his win over Alexander Povetkin.
Lawrence Okolie was the big mover this week, and Vergil Ortiz Jr proved he’s serious at 147.
It was an eventful weekend in boxing, though not a lot has changed rankings-wise.
There are more interesting notes that have nothing to do with Canelo Alvarez predictably smashing Avni Yildirim.
Oscar Valdez is the new top dog at junior lightweight, plus a few more notes and changes.
Mauricio Lara has crashed the featherweights, Brian Castano is moving up at junior middleweight, and there’s a shuffle at junior lightweight.
Caleb Plant won as expected, and things otherwise stay the same this week and next.
Stephen Fulton Jr made the big move this week, claiming his first world title in a jumbling 122-pound division.
Ryan Garcia has arrived as a no-question contender at 135 pounds as we get our first rankings update of 2021.
Canelo Alvarez is now the clear No. 1 at 168, while Gennadiy Golovkin bumps back up to No. 1 at 160.
Anthony Joshua and Shakur Stevenson stay where they were, but we do have some moves this week.