The following tables show the professional boxers listed in the latest top-10 pound for pound world rankings published by each of:
|Boxer||Record||Weight class||Current world title(s)||Ranker|
|Canelo Álvarez||56–1–2 (38 KO)||Super middleweight||WBA (Super), WBC, WBO and The Ring||1||1||1||1||1|
|Naoya Inoue||20–0 (17 KO)||Bantamweight||IBF, WBA (Super), and The Ring||2||3||2||3||–|
|Terence Crawford||37–0 (28 KO)||Welterweight||WBO||3||2||3||2||2|
|Oleksandr Usyk||18–0 (13 KO)||Heavyweight||–||4||7||4||9||–|
|Josh Taylor||18–0 (13 KO)||Light welterweight||IBF, WBA (Super), WBC, WBO and The Ring||5||–||6||7||–|
|Errol Spence Jr.||27–0 (21 KO)||Welterweight||IBF and WBC||6||4||5||4||4|
|Teófimo López||16–0 (12 KO)||Lightweight||IBF, WBA (Super), WBO, and The Ring||7||5||10||5||–|
|Juan Francisco Estrada||42–3 (28 KO)||Super flyweight||WBA (Super) and The Ring||8||9||8||10||–|
|Vasyl Lomachenko||15–2 (11 KO)||Lightweight||–||9||8||–||8||–|
|Kazuto Ioka||26–2 (15 KO)||Super flyweight||WBO||10||–||–||–||–|
|Tyson Fury||30–0–1 (21 KO)||Heavyweight||WBC and The Ring||–||6||7||6||3|
|Gennady Golovkin||41–1–1 (36 KO)||Middleweight||IBF and IBO||–||10||9||–||5|
|Anthony Joshua||24–1 (22 KO)||Heavyweight||IBF, WBA (Super), WBO, and IBO||–||–||–||–||7|
|Deontay Wilder||42–1–1 (41 KO)||Heavyweight||–||–||–||–||–||9|
|Jermall Charlo||31–0 (22 KO)||Middleweight||WBC||–||–||–||–||6|
|Óscar Valdez||29–0 (23 KO)||Super featherweight||WBC||–||–||–||–||8|
|Manny Pacquiao||62–7–2 (39 KO)||Welterweight||–||–||–||–||–||10|
|Boxer||Record||Weight class||Current world title(s)||Ranker|
|Katie Taylor||18–0 (6 KO)||Lightweight||WBA, IBF, WBO, WBC, and The Ring||1||1||4|
|Claressa Shields||11–0 (2 KO)||2||2||6|
|Amanda Serrano||40–1–1 (30 KO)||Featherweight||WBO, WBC and IBO||3||3||1|
|Jessica McCaskill||10–2 (3 KO)||Welterweight||WBA, WBC, WBO, IBF and The Ring||4||4||2|
|Delfine Persoon||44–3 (18 KO)||Lightweight||–||5||5||5|
|Yésica Bopp||36–1 (16 KO)||Light flyweight||WBA||6||–||–|
|Cecilia Brækhus||36–2 (9 KO)||Welterweight||–||7||8||7|
|Daniela Romina Bermúdez||29–4–3 (10 KO)||Super bantamweight||IBF||8||–||8|
|Marcela Acuña||49–7–2 (20 KO)||Super bantamweight||–||9||–||–|
|Mikaela Mayer||14–0 (5 KO)||Super featherweight||WBO||10||6||10|
|Christina Hammer||26–1 (12 KO)||Middleweight||WIBF||–||7||–|
|Terri Harper||11–1 (6 KO)||Super featherweight||WBC and IBO||–||9||–|
|Choi Hyun-mi||18–0–1 (4 KO)||Super featherweight||WBA||–||10||–|
|Seniesa Estrada||20–0 (8 KO)||Minimumweight||WBA||–||–||3|
|Kenia Enríquez||21–1 (9 KO)||Light flyweight||–||–||–||9|
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