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Top Women Boxers in the World

 

In this article, we will discuss the top women boxers in the world.

Boxing is one of the most recognized, successful, and watched sports games. In 1904 Women’s boxing was first initiated in the Olympics game at a demonstration bout. The first match was between two thirteen-year-old girls from the game which establishes that girls are no lesser than boys and they can also serve at the same level. Also, few countries have prohibited boxing for females.

Although women’s boxing has stood around for a while, numerous of its top competitors lacked the kind of difficult opponents that created thrilling fights. But it’s not the case anymore. Women’s boxing has witnessed success in both the lighterweight classes and heavyweight classes.

Here are the Top 10 Female Boxers in the World listed below.

 

 


 

 

  Top Women Boxers in the World / Top 10 Female Boxers in the World  

Here are the top 10 best female boxers in the world are as follows:

Claressa Shields

Claressa Shields is one of the greatest American boxers. She has been tagged as the world’s best active female light middleweight by The Ring and BoxRec as well as the best active female boxer, a pound of the pound and ESPN by second by The Ring and fourth by BoxRec.

She is the only female boxer to carry all 4 major world titles in boxing. Recently, she has been chosen as the best female boxer in 2021.

Total Fights 13
Wins 13
Losses 0
Draws 0
No-Contests 0

 

KO Wins 2
Total Title Wins 13
Title Defenses 7
Title-Fight KO Wins 1
Losses via KO 0

 

Claressa Shields

 

 


 

Mariana Juarez

Mariana Juarez was born in Tlaxcala, Mexico. She is a Mexican professional boxer.

She is a one-time two-division world champion having owned the WBC female flyweight championship from 2011 to 2012 and WBC female Bantamweight championship from 2017 to October 2020.

She has been tagged as a second-best active female bantamweight by The Ring and fifth by BoxRec.

68 fight 54 Wins 10 Losses
By Knockout 18 3
By Decision 36 7
Draws                            4

 

Mariana Juarez

 


 

Katie Taylor

Katie Taylor is an Irish boxer. She is the second-best female boxer in the world. She is presently the uncontested lightweight champion, Taylor has won five consecutive gold medals at the Women’s World Championship and a sixth-time gold at the European Championship.

She has a huge fan following in Ireland. She is credited with enhancing the profile of women’s boxing at home and abroad.

 

Total Fights 22
Wins 22
Losses 0
Draws 0
No-Contests 0

 

KO Wins 6
Total Title Wins 6
Title Defenses 14
Title-Fight KO Wins 2
Losses via KO 0

 

Katie Taylor

 


 

Lucia Rijker

Lucia Rijker, one of the most famous female fighters in history, competed at light welterweight and succeeded in a number of world championships.

Lucia Rijker was once called the “world’s most dangerous lady.” The Ex-kickboxing champion is one of only three women to be inducted into the Hall of Fame. She retired from boxing with a perfect 17-0 record and 14 knockouts to her name.

 

17 Fights, 17 Wins (14 KO’s), 0 Losses
No. Result Record Opponent Type Round Date Location Notes
17 Win 17–0  Deborah Fettkether UD 10 May 20, 2004  Amsterdam
16 Win 16–0  Jane Couch UD 8 June 21, 2003  Los Angeles, CA
15 Win 15–0  Carla Witherspoon TKO 4 February 16, 2002 Uncasville, CT
14 Win 14–0  Diana Dutra TKO 3 August 28, 1999  Las Vegas, NV
13 Win 13–0  Britt van Buskirk TKO 3 April 18, 1999  Miami, FL
12 Win 12–0  Marcela Acuña KO 5 September 25, 1998  Mashantucket, CT
11 Win 11–0  Lisa Ested TKO 4 June 25, 1998  Mashantucket, CT
10 Win 10–0  Mary Ann Almager TKO 1 March 23, 1998  Mashantucket, CT
9 Win 9–0  Jeanette Witte TKO 3 November 20, 1997  Los Angeles, CA
8 Win 8–0  Andrea DeShong TKO 3 September 13, 1997  Las Vegas, NV
7 Win 7–0  Gwen Smith TKO 4 June 14, 1997  Biloxi, MS
6 Win 6–0  Dora Webber UD 6 May 14, 1997  Mashantucket, CT
5 Win 5–0  Chevelle Hallback TKO 5 Mar 22, 1997  Corpus Christi, TX
4 Win 4–0  Irma Verhoef TKO 4 Feb 4, 1997  Rotterdam
3 Win 3–0  Zsuzsanna Szuknai TKO 1 December 17, 1997  Rotterdam
2 Win 2–0  Kelly Jacobs TKO 1 December 6, 1996  Reno, NV
1 Win 1–0  Melinda Robinson KO 1 March 23, 1996  Los Angeles, CA

 

Lucia Rijker

 


 

Amanda Serrano

Amanda Serrano is a professional boxer and wrestler, currently as a boxer she is carrying WBC and WBO featherweight titles since 2019 she is the only female to win world titles in more than four weight classes.

She is also given the first “Super World Championship” reward for women.

Total Fights 47
Wins 44
Losses 2
Draws 1
No-Contests 0

 

KO Wins 30
Total Title Wins 11
Title Defenses 7
Title-Fight KO Wins 9
Losses via KO 0

 

Amanda Serrano

 


 

 

Jessica Mccaskill

Jessica is a professional boxer from America. She is a two-weight world champion. She has been owning the title of WBC female super lightweight title from the Edition 2018 to 2020 and the WBA female super lightweight title from the Edition 2019 to 2020.

She is also tagged as the first female welterweight by Lineal Boxing Champion by The Ring and BoxRec.

Also, she is the first female boxer to be highly experienced at McCaskill.

Total Fights 15
Wins 12
Losses 3
Draws 0
No-Contests 0

 

KO Wins 5
Total Title Wins 7
Title Defenses 5
Title-Fight KO Wins 2
Losses via KO 0

 

Jessica Mccaskill
Top Women Boxers in the World

 

 


 

 

Cecilia Braekhus

Cecilia Braekhus is a professional boxer from Norwegian and Ex-kickboxer, she has been the first woman to carry all 4 WBA, WBC, WBO, and IBF in any weight class. Simultaneously her name has been registered in the Guinness World Records and awarded the three honors in 2018;

1)The Longest Reigning Female Boxing Champion

2) The Longest Reign as a Four-Belt Undisputed Boxing Champion

3) Most Bouts Undefeated by a Female World Champion Boxer.

 

Total Fights 39
Wins 37
Losses 2
Draws 0
No-Contests 0

 

KO Wins 9
Total Title Wins 4
Title Defenses 25
Title-Fight KO Wins 7
Losses via KO 0

 

Cecilia Braekhus
Top Women Boxers in the World

 


 

Delfine Persoon

Delfine Persoon is a professional boxer from Belgium. In the initial phases, she was employed to work as a railway policewoman, and in 2009 she moved her career to professional boxing. She has been titled a lightweight female in IBF and WBC from 2014 to 2019. She is tagged as the 6th best female boxer in the edition of 2021.

 

Total Fights 51
Wins 47
Losses 3
Draws 0
No-Contests 1

 

KO Wins 19
Total Title Wins 2
Title Defenses 9
Title-Fight KO Wins 5
Losses via KO 1

 

Delfine Persoon
Top Women Boxers in the World

 


 

Christina Hammer

Christina Hammer is one of the youngest and most beautiful female boxers. She has won the championship middleweight organized at WBO and WBC.

She has also been rewarded BDB’s Female Boxer of the Year and WBO rewarded her with a WBO diamond ring for outstanding performance. As Lineal Boxing Champion, She is also the second-best superactive middleweight.

Total Fights 28
Wins 26
Losses 1
Draws 0
No-Contests 1

 

KO Wins 12
Total Title Wins 3
Title Defenses 12
Title-Fight KO Wins 2
Losses via KO 0

 

Christina Hammer
Top Women Boxers in the World

 

 


 

 

Daniela Bermudez

Daniela Bermudez is a famous Argentine professional boxer. She is a three-weight world champion and currently, she carries 2 championships WBO female Bantamweight titles and IBF female junior featherweight.

She is also tagged with the title of the best active female by The Ring and second BoxRec.

Total Fights 36
Wins 29
Losses 4
Draws 3
No-Contests 0

 

KO Wins 10
Total Title Wins 5
Title Defenses 8
Title-Fight KO Wins 7
Losses via KO 1

 

Daniela Bermudez

This was for the Top Women Boxers in the World.

 

 


 

 

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