Top 10 Best Female Boxers In The World 2021: It is an enthralling sport as well as one that leaves the audience stunned. There are great boxers such as Muhammad Ali, Mike Tyson, Mayweather, but we never mention that there is another gender representing the same sports. The female boxers showed their talent inside the ring and proved to all that they were no less than men.
The Olympics are fast approaching, and Boxing is one sport that always remains in the spotlight. Olympic sport is the starting point for most professional boxers. Here are the ten best female boxers in the world heading to one of the greatest sports platforms in the world.
Top 10 Best Female Boxers In The World 2021
10. Mariana Juarez
|Titles||WBC female flyweight (2011-12)|
WBC female bantamweight (2017- October 2020)
|68 Fights||54 Win||10 Loss|
Maria Juarez is a Mexican boxer who competes at the bantamweight level. She won her first title at WBC female flyweight in 2011-12. It was found out in October that the 40-year-old had lost to Yulihan Luna, who won the WBC female bantamweight in 2017. A world-class female boxer, she is one of the best in the world.
9. Yesica Bopp
|Titles||WBA female light-flyweight title (2008- Present)|
WBO female light-flyweight title (2009 -13)
WBO female flyweight title (2014 – vacant)
|37 Fights||36 Win||1 Loss|
Yesica Bopp is an Argentine fighter who competes in the light flyweight division. Currently, Bopp is the WBA female light-flyweight champion and has held that title since 2008. She has won the WBO female light-flyweight title once previously and has lost just one fight in her professional career.
8. Daniela Bermudez
|Titles||WBO female Bantamweight title (2017- Present)|
IBF female junior featherweight title (2020 – Present)
WBO female super flyweight title (2014 – 2017)
|35 Fights||29 Win||1 Loss|
Daniela Bermudez is an Argentine fighter competing in the Bantamweight division. The champion of three World Boxing Organization titles and holder of two IBF titles is currently a WBO female bantamweight. Previously, the 31-year-old held the WBO female super flyweight title.
7. Christina Hammer
|Titles||WBO female middleweight title (2010- 2019)|
WBC female middleweight title (2016 – 2018)
WBO female super-middleweight title (2013)
|27 Fights||25 Win||1 Loss|
|No Contest (1)|
Christin Hammer is a German middleweight who competes in the Women’s Division. Though she isn’t currently a champion, she has previously held the WBO middleweight title, the WBC middleweight title, and the WBO super-middleweight title. Upon winning the WBO title, 29-year-old became the youngest boxer ever. The best female boxer of modern times is considered to be her.
6. Delfine Persoon
|Titles||IBF female lightweight title (2012)|
WBC female lightweight title (2014 – 2019)
|47 Fights||44 Win||3 Loss|
Delfine Persoon, a Belgian fighter in the lightweight division, represents his country in the ring. The IBF and WBC titles for female lightweight were held by her from 2014 until 2019. Her ranking was 6th in the world in 2021.
5. Cecilia Braekhus
|Titles||WBC, WBO, WBA, and IBF female welterweight champion (2014 -August 2020)|
|37 Fights||36 Win||1 Loss|
Cecilia Braekhus is a Norwegian fighter who competes in the Welterweight division. She became the first woman in any weight class to hold all four WBA, WBC, WBO, and IBF titles simultaneously. In her latest bout against Jessica McCaskill, she lost all her titles, resulting in her only defeat.
4. Jessica Mccaskill
|Titles||WBC, WBO, WBA, and IBF female welterweight champion (August 2020- Present)|
WBC female super lightweight title (2018- Present)
WBA female super lightweight title (2019-Present)
|11 Fights||9 Win||2 Loss|
As a lightweight and welterweight fighter, Jessica McCaskill is from the United States. After beating Cecilia Braekhus in her latest bout, she became the undisputed champion. The champion had only played 11 episodes, but she also held the WBC and WBA titles of female super lightweight. Despite her high skill, McCaskill became the best female boxer in the world.
3. Amanda Serrano
|Titles||WBC interim featherweight title (2019- present)|
WBO interim featherweight title (2019- present)
|41 Fights||39 Win||1 Loss|
Her featherweight division is contested by Amanda Serrano of Puerto Rico. Since 2019, she has held the interim WBC and WBO featherweight titles. The female boxer of the year award was given to her both in 2016 and in 2018. Puerto Rican fighter Zulia is the first female world title winner in more than four weight classes.
2. Katie Taylor
|Titles||WBC, WBO, WBA, and IBF female lightweight champion (2017- Present)|
WBO junior-welterweight title (2013)
|17 Fights||17 Win||0 Loss|
Katie Taylor, the second-best female boxer, comes from Ireland. She competes in the Lightweight division. WBC, WBO, WBA, and IBF women’s lightweight champion hold all four titles simultaneously. The WBO had previously given her the junior welterweight title in 2013.
1. Claressa Shields
|Country||United States Of America|
|Titles||WBC, WBO, WBA, and IBF female middleweight champion (2019- Present)|
WBC and WBO female light middleweight titles (2020- Present)
WBC and IBF female super middleweight titles (2017- Present )
|10 Fights||10 Win||0 Loss|
In the Middleweight division, Claressa Shields is an American born fighter. A poll ranked her as the best boxer in 2021. Since 2019, she has been the undisputed female middleweight champion. Shields is recognized as the world’s best female super middleweight by the WBC, WBO, and IBF.
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