WBO rating updated: Alimkhanuly is champion, Berinchyk loses positions


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

Light heavyweight (up to 79.4 kg)

Ali Izmailov (Russia) moved up from 13th position to 11th

Second Middleweight (up to 76.2 kg)

Gennady Golovkin (Kazakhstan) moved up from 2nd position to 1st

Eric Bazinyan (Armenia / Canada) moved down from 5th position to 6th

Aslambek Idigov (Russia) moved down from 6th position to 7th

Artysh Lopsan (Russia) moved down from 10th position to 11th

Fedor Chudinov (Russia) moved down from 11th position to 12th

Vladimir Shishkin (Russia) moved down from 14th position to 15th

Aidos Yerbosynuly (Kazakhstan), which occupied the 15th position, left the top 15

Average weight (up to 72.6 kg)

Zhanibek Alimkhanuly (Kazakhstan), who had the status of “temporary” champion, became the owner of a full-fledged champion title

Meyirim Nursultanov (Kazakhstan) moved up from 6th position to 5th

First middle weight (up to 69.9 kg)

Bahram Murtazaliev (Russia) moved up from 5th position to 4th

First halflight weight (up to 63.5 kg)

Shokhzhakhon Ergashev (Uzbekistan) moved up from 9th position to 8th

Light weight (up to 61.2 kg)

Denis Berinchik (Ukraine) moved down from 2nd position to 3rd

Second featherweight (up to 59 kg)

Shavkatjon Rakhimov (Tajikistan / Russia) moved up from 11th position to 10th

Second bantamweight (up to 55.3 kg)

Muhammad Shekhov (Uzbekistan / Russia) moved up from 10th position to 8th


TOP 10 according to vRINGe

Our pound-for-pound rating