WBA rating updated: Golovkin and Stanyonis are world champions


A new rating has been published in the “Ratings” section of our website World Boxing Association (WBA). WMMAA.com brings to the attention of readers the changes that have affected boxers from the post-Soviet space.

Heavyweight (over 90.7 kg)

Arslanbek Mahmudov (Russia) moved up from 8th position to 6th

Jean Kosobutsky (Kazakhstan) moved up from 9th position to 8th

Second medium (up to 76.2 kg)

Bek Nurmaganbet (Kazakhstan) moved down from 11th position to 12th

Average weight (up to 72.6 kg)

Gennady Golovkin (Kazakhstan) became the super champion of the world

Anatoly Muratov (Kazakhstan / Germany) moved down from 4th position to 6th

Welterweight (up to 66.7 kg)

Emantas Stanyonis (Lithuania), who occupied the 1st position, became the “regular” world champion

Rajab Butaev (Russia) lost the title of “regular” champion, entered the top 15 and finished 7th

Welterweight (up to 63.5 kg)

Batyr Akhmedov (Russia) moved down from 5th position to 6th

Shokhzhakhon Ergashev (Uzbekistan) dropped from 12th position to 13th

Yurik Mammadov (Russia / France), who was in 13th position, left the top 15

Light weight (up to 61.2 kg)

Yurik Mammadov (Russia / France) entered the top 15 and ranked 10th

Second featherweight (up to 59 kg)

Sultan Zaurbek (Kazakhstan) moved up from 8th position to 7th

Second bantamweight (up to 55.3 kg)

Evgeny pavlov (Kazakhstan) moved down from 7th position to 9th

Flyweight (up to 49 kg)

Hasanboy Dusmatov (Uzbekistan), which occupied the 3rd position, left the top 15

Minimum weight (up to 47.6 kg)

Hasanboy Dusmatov (Uzbekistan) entered the top 15 and took 3rd position


TOP 10 according to WMMAA

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