My Champion Clients

My Champion Clients
Clockwise from top left, Sam Soliman (the night he won the IBF Middleweight Title, May 31, 2014), Cory Spinks (the night he won the IBF Welterweight title, March 22, 2003), Paulie Malignaggi, myself, Johnny Bos and Jeffrey Resto (press conference NYC summer 2002).

Sunday, May 27, 2018

Official Boxing Esq. World Boxing Ratings - May 2018

Presenting the May 2018 Boxing Esq. World Boxing Ratings:
Movements:

Heavys – Kubrat Pulev moves from 7 to out due to inactivity.  Jarrell Miller moves from 11 to 9 with win over top 25 fighter Johann Duhaupas.  David Haye drops from 15 to 18 due to crushing loss to Tony Bellew.  Artur Szpilka enters at 25.

Cruisers – Andrew Tabiti moves from 9 to 8 with win over Lateef Kayode.  

Light Heavys - Jean Pascal reenters from retired to 11 with announcement of comeback.  Lucien Bute moves from 17 to out due to inactivity.  Chad Dawson moves from 19 to out due to inactivity.  Thomas Oosthuizen moves from 22 to out due to inactivity.  Yunieski Gonzalez moves from 24 to out due to inactivity.  Callum Johnson, Felix Velera and Enrico Koelling enter at 23, 24 and 25 respectively.  

Super Middles - Jesse Hart moves from 12 to 10 with win over Demond Nicholson.  Julio Cesar Chavez, Jr. moves from 18 to out due to inactivity.  Azizbek Abdugofurov enters at 23 with win over Dmitrii Chudinov.  Vincent Feigenbutz enters at 25.  J'Leon Love moves from 24 to out after struggling with Jaime Barboza.

Middles - Tommy Langford moves from 18 to out after dropping split decision to Jason Welborn.  Vanes Matirosyan moves from inactive to 19 after KO loss to GGG.  Jack Culcay enters at 20 after moving up from 154 division.  Curtis Stevens moves from 21 to out due to inactivity.

Jr. Middles - Sadam Ali drops from 6 to 13 after crushing TKO loss to Jaime Munguia.  Munguia enters at 7 with WBO title win.  Jack Culcay moves from 12 to out due to move up to 160.  Tony Harrison moves from 14 to 12 with win over Ishe Smith.  Smith drops from 13 to 17 with the loss.  Konstantin Ponomarev enters at 16 after moving up from 147 division.  Dennis Hogan moves to 25 with win over Jimmy Kilrain Kelly.  Terrell Gausha moves from 23 to out. Antonio Margarito moves from 25 to out.

Welters – Konstantin Ponomarev moves from 13 to out due to move to 154.  Bradley Skeete moves from 14 to 23 due to knockout loss to Kermin Lejarraga.  Lejarraga enters at 15.  Egidijus Kavaliauskas moves from 16 to 10 on reconsideration.  Carlos Adames moves from 22 to 19 with win over Alejandro Barrera.  Francisco Santana enters at 25 with upset win over Felix Diaz in WBC Welterweight Tournament.  Carlos Ocampo drops from 25 to out.

Jr. Welters – Mikey Garcia moves from 1 to out as he's decided to vacate his 140 lb. belt and move back down to 135.  Felix Diaz moves from 7 to out with his upset loss at 147 to Francisco Santana.  Argenis Mendez enters at 16 after moving up from 135 and convincingly beating prospect Eddie Ramirez.  Alex Saucedo enters at 25.

Lights – Vasyl Lomachenko enters at 1 with win brilliant TKO win over Jorge Linares.  Isa Chaniev enters at 15 with unanimous win over Ismael Barroso.  Barroso moves from 15 to out.  Francisco Rojo moves from 24 to out due to move up to 140.  Simpiwe Vetyeka enters at 23 after move up from 126.  Hank Lundy enters at 25.

Jr. Lights - Vasyl Lomachenko moves from 1 to out due to move up to 135.  James Tenneson enters at 23 after come from behind TKO victory over Martin Joseph Ward.  Ward moves from 24 to out.  Christopher Diaz enters at 25.

Feathers - Josh Warrington moves from 8 to 6 with upset win over Lee Selby for the IBF crown.  Selby drops from 6 to 7.  Tugstsogt Nyambar enters at 12 with impressive TKO win over Oscar Escandon.  Escandon drops from 12 to 19.  Simpiwe Vetyeka moves from 14 to out due to move up to 135.  Takenori Ohashi moves from 19 to out after getting stopped by Taiki Minamoto.  Minamoto enters at 20.  Claudio Marrero moves from 22 to 18 with devastating 1st round KO of previously unbeaten Jorge Lara.  Lara moves from 24 to out.  Shun Kubo enters at 25.

Jr. Feathers – Isaac Dogboe moves from 7 to 2 with impressive stoppage of Jesse Magdaleno to capture the WBO title.  Magdaleno drops from 2 to 4.  Julio Ceja drops from 5 to 15 after upset stoppage loss to Franklin Manzanilla.  Manzanilla enters at 7.  Jonathan Guzman moves from 12 to out due to inactivity.  Evgeny Gradovich moves from 14 to out due to inactivity.  Shun Kubo moves from 19 to out due to move up to 126.  Edivaldo Ortega moves from 21 to out due to move up to 126.  TJ Doheny, Ryo Matsumoto, Albert Pagana and Thomas Patrick Ward enter at 22-25 respectively.

Bantams – Naoya Inoue moves from 5 to 2 after devastating blowout of Jamie McDonnell for the WBA Regular belt.  McDonnell drops from 2 to 6.  Emmanuel Rodriguez moves from 16 to 5 with dominating win over Paul Butler for the IBF belt.  Butler drops from 8 to 10.  Shohei Omori moves from 17 to out due to inactivity.  Jason Moloney moves from 25 to 17 with impressive stoppage of former world title holder Kohei Kono.  Aaron Alameda enters at 25.

Super Flys - Donnie Nietes enters at 6 after moving up from 112.  Miguel Gonzalez moves from 25 to out.

Flys – Donnie Nietes moves from 1 to out due to move up to 115.  Juan Hernandez Navarrete moves from 10 to out due to inactivity.  Froilan Saludar moves from 17 to out due to move up to 115.  Mirco Martin, Muhammed Waseem and Thomas Masson enter at 23-25 respectively.

Jr. Flys – Hekki Budler moves from 7 to 2 with upset win over unified WBA-IBF champion Ryoichi Taguchi.  Taguchi moves from 2 to 3.  Ganigan Lopez drops from 4 to 6 after 2nd round blowout loss to WBC Champ Ken Shiro.  Ryuji Hara moves from 14 to out due to move up to 112.  Alejandro Villasenor Hernandez enters at 24 after upset win over previously unbeaten Abraham Rodriguez.

Straws – Ryuji Hara moves from 17 to out due to move up to 112.  Osvaldo Novoa moves from 20 to out due to inactivity.  Reiya Konishi moves from 22 to out due to move up to 108.  Shin Ono, Toto Landero and Mark Barriga enter at 23-25 respectively.

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