WBC Ratings Marathon
This week the World Boxing Council have ploughed through the world ratings at the 60th annual convention in Acapulco.
Promoters managers, representatives have all fervently argued the case why their fighter should warrant a rise up in the rankings.
Below is a list of changes to the World Boxing Council's ratings after the lengthy discussions on Wednesday afternoon, November 9th.
Heavyweight: Ninth ranked Zhan Kossobutskly and eighth Otto Wallin swapped places.
Bridgerweight: Elvis García is back in the rankings at 15.
Cruiserweight: Ryan Rozicki moves from 11 up to nine. Yunier Dorticos is ain at 10.
Light heavyweight: No changes.
Super middleweight: Carlos Gongora moves up one place from 10 to nine. William Scull drops from nine to 10.
Middleweight: No changes.
Super welterweight: Charles Cornwell is now at five. Serhii Bohachuk is now six.
Welterweight: Conor Benn who failed two drug tests is out of the rankings. He had been at number five.
Super lightweight: The clash for the vacant tile between Regis Prograis and Chon Zepeda is in two weeks which will change things.
Lightweight: Edwin de los Santos moves moves up to 11.
Super featherweight: No change.
Featherweight: No change.
Super bantamweight: Ra’eese Aleem moves from six to five.
Bantamweight: If Naoya “Monster” Inoue moves up a division, then first ranked Jason Moloney will fight number two ranked Nonito Donaire for the title left vacant. Nonito asked to be placed number one, but this was politely declined. Both Jason and Nonito were on hand at the meeting, behaving as true sportsmen.
Super flyweight: No change.
Flyweight: Former champion Cristofer “The Whip” Rosales moves up to six.
Light Flyweight: No changes.
Midway through the debates, Don Majeski was presented with his Lifetime achievement award by Robert Lenhardt.