5 Most Popular Women Boxers in the World: This list of the current top Women Boxers in the World includes the most recent rankings from all major governing bodies for boxing. These women boxers proved to everyone that they are equal to boys in terms of performance and ability by showcasing their skills in the ring.
Let’s have a look below on the top female boxers in the world that have achieved amazing success:
1. Katie Taylor
One of only eight boxers in history to hold the WBA, WBC, IBF, and WBO world championships consecutively is Katie Taylor, an Irish professional boxer known for her aggressive style of boxing. Taylor is now ranked as the top female lightweight boxer in the world by BoxRec, and she is also ranked as the greatest active female boxer pound-for-pound by The Ring and BoxRec. Taylor achieved success in amateur boxing by winning gold at the Women’s World Championships five times in a row, six times at the European Championships, and five times at the European Union Championships.
2. Claressa Shields
Yet another top female boxer Shields is the only boxer in history male or female to hold the WBA, WBC, IBF, and WBO world titles simultaneously in two weight classes. In 2021, she also has several world championships in three different weight classes in addition to the undisputed women’s light middleweight belt. Claressa is the only American boxer to have won back-to-back Olympic medals in both the men’s and women’s divisions. She is largely recognized as the top women light middleweight in the world earning eleven victories in the boxing ring and one in mixed martial arts.
3. Amanda Serrano
A girl who competed in women’s boxing championships and won in various weight classes while holding nine major world titles over seven different weight classes. Amanda Serrano was born on October 9, 1988, a professional boxer, wrestler, and mixed martial artist is the only Puerto Rican woman to have triumphed in more than four weight classes. The Guinness World Record holder for the most boxing world championships, Amanda, holds the titles of unified featherweight world champion, WBO, WBC, and IBO.
4. Seniesa Estrada
Seniesa Carmen Estrada is a Mexican ancestry, American professional boxer who was born in East Los Angeles and started boxing at the age of eight. Since March 2021, she has held the WBA minimumweight title. She held the WBC Silver light flyweight title from 2018 to 2021 as well as the WBA interim flyweight title from 2019 to 2020. She also pulled off the fastest knockout in women’s boxing history, taking down 42-year-old Miranda Adkins in less than 7 seconds.
5. Jessica McCaskill
Jessica McCaskill, an American professional boxer, was in awe of some of the greatest and most successful names in women’s boxing. Having held the undisputed, IBO, and Ring women’s welterweight titles since 2020, McCaskill is a two-weight world champion. She won the WBC women’s super-lightweight title by unanimous decision over Argentine Erica Faras before winning the WBA women’s super-lightweight title by decision over Anah Ester Sánchez.