Rankings

All rankings are based on objective facts (for example – wins and records) and not subjective facts (such as opinions like who could or would beat who). Boxers are removed if they have retired or been inactive for two years or retired. The rankings were last updated on Sunday 2 June 2019.

POUND FOR POUND:

1. Lee Selby – Barry
2. Liam Williams – Clydach Vale
3. Jay Harris – Swansea
4. Chris Jenkins – Swansea
5. Joe Cordina – Cardiff
6. Andrew Selby – Barry
7. Craig Evans – Blackwood
8. Gavin Gwynne – Treharris
9. Jamie Weetch – Cwmcarn/Australia
10. Josh Wale – Barnsley

HEAVYWEIGHT (14st 4lbs+, 200lbs+):

 1. Dorian Darch – Aberdare

CRUISERWEIGHT (14st 4lbs, 200lbs):

1. Craig Kennedy – Cardiff
2. Aaron Lacy – Aberdare

LIGHT-HEAVYWEIGHT (12st 7lbs, 175lbs):

1. Nathan Thorley – Cardiff
2. Jermaine Asare – Pontypridd
3. Jamie Ambler – Aberystwyth

SUPER-MIDDLEWEIGHT (12st, 168lbs):

1. Kody Davies – Blackwood
2. Morgan Jones – Aberdare
3. Mitch Buckland – Cardiff
4. Sonny Lee – Swansea

MIDDLEWEIGHT (11st 6lbs, 160lbs):

1. Liam Williams – Clydach Vale
2. Alex Hughes – Maerdy
3. Jake Anthony – Ammanford
4. Dan Barton – Newport
5. Gary Cooper – Bargoed
6. Geraint Goodridge – Port Talbot
7. Spencer Thomas – Llanelli
8. Sean Gorman – Aberystwyth
9. Lotty Quryshi – Cardiff

SUPER-WELTERWEIGHT (11st, 154lbs):

1. Jamie Weetch – Cwmcarn/Australia
2. Fred Evans – Cardiff
3. Mano Lee – Swansea
4. Ricky Rowlands – Tredegar
5. Martin Jones – Wrexham
6. Gerome Warburton – Colwyn Bay
7. Sion Yaxley – Ruthin
8. Carwyn Herbert – Nottingham
9. Matthew Ashmole – Swansea
10. James Davies – Aberystwyth

 WELTERWEIGHT (10st 7lbs, 147lbs):

1. Chris Jenkins – Swansea
2. Tony Dixon – Mountain Ash
3. Maredudd Thomas – Cardiff
4. Jamie JJ Evans – Cardiff
5. Connor Vian – Army
6. Jake Tinklin – Risca
7. Robbie Vernon – Bridgend
8. Lee Quinn – Old Colwyn
9. Joe JD Jones – Barry
10. Paul Ducie – Blackwood

SUPER-LIGHTWEIGHT (10st, 140lbs):

1. Kieran Gething – Pontypool
2. Craig Woodruff – Newport
3. Ricky Owen – Swansea
4. Jacob Lovell – Swansea
5. Robbie Vernon – Bridgend
6. Rhys Saunders – Cardiff

LIGHTWEIGHT (9st 9lbs, 135lbs):

1. Lee Selby – Barry
2. Joe Cordina – Cardiff
3. Craig Evans – Blackwood
4. Gavin Gwynne – Trelewis
5. Henry Janes – Cardiff
6. Lance Cooksey – Rhoose

SUPER-FEATHERWEIGHT (9st 4lbs, 130lbs):

1. Maxi Hughes – Doncaster
2. Mark Evans – Holyhead
3. Angelo Dragone – Carmarthen
4. Kristian Touze – Swansea
5. Callum Busuttil – Caerphilly

FEMALE – SUPER-FEATHERWEIGHT (9st 4lbs, 130lbs):

1. Lana Cooper – Bargoed.

FEATHERWEIGHT (9st, 126lbs):

1. Jacob Robinson – Cardiff
2. Rhys Edwards – Tonypandy
3. Wesley Davis – Nevada
4. David White Jnr – Cardiff

JUNIOR-FEATHERWEIGHT (8st 10lbs, 122lbs):

1. Paul Economides – Connah’s Quay

BANTAMWEIGHT (8st 6lbs, 118lbs):

1. Josh Wale – Barnsley
2. Sean McGoldrick – Newport|

*FEMALE – SUPER-FLYWEIGHT (8st 3lbs, 115lbs):

1. Ashley Brace – Ebbw Vale

FLYWEIGHT (8st, 112lbs):

1. Jay Harris – Swansea
2. Andrew Selby – Barry

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8 Comments

  1. Anonymous
    Reply December 31, 10:43 #1 Anonymous

    Let’s hope The Welsh title at every weight is revived this year 2017

  2. Anonymous
    Reply June 21, 22:27 #2 Anonymous

    Welshwarriors

  3. Big G
    Reply June 22, 08:28 #3 Big G

    I’m pretty sure anthome grow has retired..

  4. Boy
    Reply July 02, 15:17 #4 Boy

    How’s Kerry Evans above rhys saunders then ? Plus they are both retired aren’t they?

  5. Mick wale
    Reply September 24, 20:25 #5 Mick wale

    Surely josh wale the British bantamweight champion should be ranked as a bantamweight

  6. Mac the bab
    Reply October 27, 20:45 #6 Mac the bab

    Meaning of taff traditional ancient first fighters

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