List of IBF female world champions

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The following is a list of IBF female world champions certificated by the International Boxing Federation (IBF).

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Stand: February 8, 2020.

r Champion relinquished title.
s Champion stripped of title.

Junior mini flyweight

No.NameDuration of reignDefences
1 Flag of Costa Rica.svg Yokasta Valle Dec 16, 2016 2017r0
2 Flag of Japan.svg Saemi Hanagata Sep 29, 2018 present1

Mini flyweight

No.NameDuration of reignDefences
1 Flag of Mexico.svg Katia Gutiérrez Apr 16, 2011 2012s4
2 Flag of Mexico.svg Nancy Franco Nov 28, 2013 May 10, 20140
3 Flag of Mexico.svg Victoria Argueta May 10, 2014 Feb 21, 20151
4 Flag of Mexico.svg Nancy Franco (2)Feb 21, 2015 2015r0
5 Flag of Japan.svg Etsuko Tada Dec 11, 2015 Jan 30, 20170
6 Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg Zongju Cai Jan 30, 2017 2018s1
7 Flag of Spain.svg Joana Pastrana Jun 23, 2018 Aug 4, 20192
8 Flag of Costa Rica.svg Yokasta Valle Aug 4, 2019 present1

Junior flyweight

No.NameDuration of reignDefences
1 Flag of Mexico.svg Irma Sánchez Jan 22, 2011 Apr 16, 20110
2 Flag of Mexico.svg Jessica Chávez Apr 16, 2011 2012s3
3 Flag of Japan.svg Naoko Shibata Nov 14, 2013 Mar 4, 20175
4 Flag of Mexico.svg Alondra García Mar 4, 2017 2018s0
5 Flag of Mexico.svg Guadalupe Bautista May 12, 2018 Dec 29, 20180
6 Flag of Argentina.svg Evelyn Nazarena Bermúdez Dec 29, 2018 present3

Flyweight

No.NameDuration of reignDefences
1 Flag of Mexico.svg Arely Muciño Jan 22, 2011 Oct 29, 20113
2 Flag of the United States.svg Ava Knight Oct 29, 2011 2013s2
3 Flag of Uruguay.svg Gabriela Bouvier Oct 25, 2013 Dec 19, 20141
4 Flag of Argentina.svg Leonela Paola Yúdica Dec 19, 2014 present8

Junior bantamweight

No.NameDuration of reignDefences
1 Flag of Italy.svg Simona Galassi Oct 28, 2011 2012s1
2 Flag of Argentina.svg Débora Anahí Dionicius Nov 24, 2012 Sep 14, 201912
3 Flag of Argentina.svg Jorgelina Guanini Sep 14, 2018 20201
4 Flag of Argentina.svg Micaela Luján Jan 30, 2021 present0

Bantamweight

No.NameDuration of reignDefences
1 Flag of Australia (converted).svg Susie Ramadan Feb 20, 2011 2011s0
2 Flag of Mexico.svg Yazmín Rivas Oct 15, 2011 2013s5
3 Flag of Mexico.svg Janeth Pérez Nov 30, 2013 May 10, 20140
4 Flag of Chile.svg Carolina Rodríguez May 10, 2014 2017s3
5 Flag of Argentina.svg Carolina Raquel Duer Interim champion promotedApr 3, 2017 Aug 4, 20170
6 Flag of Argentina.svg María Cecilia Román Aug 4, 2017 present5

Junior featherweight

No.NameDuration of reignDefences
1 Flag of Puerto Rico.svg Ada Vélez Mar 31, 2011 Mar 24, 20121
2 Flag of the Dominican Republic.svg Katy Wilson Castillo Mar 24, 2012 2014s2
3 Flag of Mexico.svg Yulihan Luna Nov 16, 2014 2016s1
4 Flag of Argentina.svg Marcela Acuña Dec 16, 2016 Apr 13, 20181
5 Flag of Argentina.svg Daniela Romina Bermúdez Apr 13, 2018 2018s0
6 Flag of Argentina.svg Marcela Acuña (2)Aug 10, 2018 2020s2
7 Flag of Argentina.svg Daniela Romina Bermúdez (2)Dec 4, 2020 present0

Featherweight

No.NameDuration of reignDefences
1 Flag of the United States.svg Stacey Reile Mar 31, 2011 Nov 20, 20110
2 Flag of the Dominican Republic.svg Dahiana Santana Nov 20, 2011 2014r3
3 Flag of the United States.svg Jennifer Han Sep 19, 2015 Jul 20, 20204
4 Flag of Denmark.svg Sarah Mahfoud Interim champion promotedJul 20, 2020 present0

Junior lightweight

No.NameDuration of reignDefences
1 Flag of Puerto Rico.svg Amanda Serrano Sep 10, 2011 2012r0
2 Flag of Argentina.svg Claudia Andrea López Oct 5, 2012 2013s0
3 Flag of Argentina.svg Claudia Andrea López (2)Aug 16, 2013 2014s1
4 Flag of Argentina.svg Betiana Patricia Viñas Dec 19, 2014 2016s0
5 Flag of Argentina.svg Anahí Ester Sánchez Mar 19, 2016 2016s1
6 Flag of France.svg Maiva Hamadouche Nov 10, 2016 present5

Lightweight

No.NameDuration of reignDefences
1 Flag of Belgium (civil).svg Delfine Persoon Sep 21, 2012 2013s0
2 Flag of Argentina.svg Victoria Noelia Bustos Sep 21, 2013 Apr 28, 20185
3 Flag of Ireland.svg Katie Taylor Apr 28, 2018 present8

Junior welterweight

No.NameDuration of reignDefences
1 Flag of France.svg Myriam Lamare Nov 5, 2011 2012s0
2 Flag of Argentina.svg Marisa Gabriela Núñez Sep 12, 2014 May 14, 20160
3 Flag of Argentina.svg Adela Celeste del Carmen Peralta May 14, 2016 Nov 4, 20160
4 Flag of Argentina.svg Ana Laura Esteche Nov 4, 2016 2019s1
5 Flag of Argentina.svg Victoria Noelia Bustos Interim champion promotedJan 12, 2019 2019r0
6 Flag of the United States.svg Mary McGee Dec 5, 2019 present1

Welterweight

No.NameDuration of reignDefences
1 Flag of New Zealand.svg Daniella Smith Nov 12, 2010 Jun 11, 20110
2 Flag of South Africa.svg Noni Tenge Jun 11, 2011 2012s0
3 Flag of Hungary.svg Eva Bajic Mar 22, 2013 2014s0
4 Flag of Croatia.svg Ivana Habazin Mar 22, 2014 Sep 13, 20140
5 Flag of Norway.svg Cecilia Braekhus Sep 13, 2014 Aug 15, 202010
6 Flag of the United States.svg Jessica McCaskill Aug 15, 2020 present1

Junior middleweight

No.NameDuration of reignDefences
1 Flag of Germany.svg Jennifer Retzke Apr 1, 2011 2011s0
2 Flag of Argentina.svg Paola Gabriela Casalinuovo Apr 12, 2014 2015s1
3 Flag of Uruguay.svg Chris Namús Aug 12, 2017 Dec 1, 20181
4 Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg Marie Eve Dicaire Dec 1, 2018 present3

Middleweight

No.NameDuration of reignDefences
1 Flag of the United States.svg Claressa Shields Jun 22, 2018 present2

Super middleweight

No.NameDuration of reignDefences
1 Flag of the United States.svg Claressa Shields Aug 4, 2017 2018s1
2 Flag of Sweden.svg Elin Cederroos Mar 22, 2019 present1

Light heavyweight

No.NameDuration of reignDefences
1vacant0

Heavyweight

No.NameDuration of reignDefences
1vacant0

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