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Boxing divisional rankings: Where does Naoya Inoue land after impressive KO win?

Check out my rankings within each division by clicking on the links below. If there is a lineal champion in a weight class, he is ranked No. 1.

For a list of the current champions in all weight classes, click here.

Note: Results through May 21.

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Oleksandr Gvozdyk retains his WBC light heavyweight title against Doudou Ngumbu after Ngumbu was unable to continue with a lower leg injury.

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2:45

With an injured left elbow, Gilberto Ramirez manages to defeat Jesse Hart via majority decision on Friday night.

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0:44

Errol Spence Jr. dominates Mikey Garcia with a lopsided decision to retain his 147-pound belt for the third time.

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Vasiliy Lomachenko makes easy work of Anthony Crolla via fourth-round KO to retain the WBA and WBO titles.

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0:56

Joe Tessitore, Andre Ward and Timothy Bradley break down Miguel Berchelt’s victory over Francisco Vargas and look ahead to his future fights.

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The ref stops the fight after the fourth round as Nonito Donaire wins the WBA bantamweight title from Ryan Burnett.

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