• Women’s Boxing Pound-for-Pound Rankings: December 2014


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    Women’s Boxing Pound-for-Pound Rankings: December 2014:
    1- Cecilia Braekhus (Norway)
    27-0, 7 KOs
    IBF, WBA, WBC & WBO welterweight titles
    Next fight: TBA
    * Defeated Jennifer Retzke on 11-29. ‘The First Lady’ of women’s boxing is the #1 fighter in the sport by a mile.
    #Boxe: @1LadyCecilia défend ses titres WBC/WBO/WBA & IBF face à Jennifer RETZKE,Mercredi 3 déc à 21h sur KOMBAT SPORT http://t.co/CFdY1jZSaQ
    — KOMBAT SPORT (@KOMBAT_SPORT) December 2, 2014


    2- Delfine Persoon (Belgium)
    31-1, 14 KO
    WBC lightweight title
    Next fight: TBA
    * Stopped Diana Prazak in nine rounds (TKO-9) to retain her lightweight title. Her fight game is greater than the sum of her parts.

    3- Marcela Eilana Acuna (Argentina)
    42-6-1, 18 KOs
    WBO super-bantamweight title
    Next fight: TBA
    * Defeated Matthysse (UD-10) in August.

    4- Ibeth Zamora-Silva (Mexico)
    20-5, 8 KOs
    WBC light-flyweight title
    Next fight: TBA
    * Defeated Jessica Chavez by UD-10 (98-92 x 3) in defense of her title in November.

    5- Anne Sophie Mathis (France)
    27-3, 23 KOs
    WBF light-middleweight title
    Next fight: Oxandia Castillo
    * Blasted out Hammer in July; she will likely do the same to Castillo.

    6- Jackie Nava (Mexico)
    30-4-3, 13 KOs
    WBC, WBA ‘interim’ super-bantamweight titles
    Next fight: 12-6 Sayda Mosquera (7-0-1)
    * Should handle Mosquera, who is virtually unknown.

    7- Erica Anabella Farias (Argentina)
    20-1, 10 KOs
    WBC light-welterweight title
    Next fight: TBA
    * Defeated Alejandra Oliveras (SD-10) to win the above belt on 11-15. She’s number one rated fighter at light-welterweight until Braekhus drops down.

    8- Susi Kentikian (Germany)
    33-2, 17 KOs
    WBA flyweight title
    Next fight: TBA
    * Defeated Naoko Fujioka (UD-10) on 11-8 in defense of her title. Simona Galassi is the highest ranked fighter by the WBA currently.

    9- Jelena Mrdjenovich (Canada)
    33-9-1, 17 KOs
    WBC featherweight title
    Next fight: 12-5, Pasa Malagic (8-2) non-title fight.
    * It’s tough to get anyone to fight Mrdjenovich in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, so the 20-year-old Malagic will have to do.

    10- Christina Hammer (Germany)
    17-0, 8 KOs
    WBF, WBO middleweight titles
    Next fight: TBA
    * Nothing but crickets when her name is mentioned. She remains one of the best talents in women’s boxing. A lesson or two on how to clinch and fight on the inside is needed.

    11- Diana Prazak (Australia/USA)
    13-3, 9 KOs
    WBC super-featherweight title
    Next fight: TBA
    * Hopefully she will stay as a super-featherweight now after the Persoon loss. She’s still a great banger with the right hand, and the left is coming around.

    12- Jessica Chavez (Mexico)
    21-4-3, 4 KOs
    Next fight: TBA
    * Once in the top five, Chavez has st