This is a List of World Flyweight Boxing Champions by organization, as recognized by four of the better-known sanctioning organizations:
|Reign Began||Reign Ended||Champion||Recognition|
|April 11, 1913||June 2, 1913||Sid Smith||Universal|
|June 2, 1913||January 26, 1914||Bill Ladbury||Universal|
|January 26, 1914||May 15, 1914||Percy Jones||Universal|
|January 25, 1915||October 18, 1915||Tancy Lee||Universal|
|October 18, 1915||February 14, 1916||Joe Symonds||Universal|
|February 14, 1916||18 June 1923||Jimmy Wilde||Universal|
|18 June 1923||14 July 1925||Pancho Villa||Universal|
|22 August 1925||25 August 1927||Fidel LaBarba||Universal|
|22 October 1927||3 December 1927 4||Pinky Silverberg||NBA|
|16 December 1927||22 August 1929 2||Corporal Izzy Schwartz||NSYAC|
|22 August 1929||16 May 1930||Willie LaMorte||Disputed World|
|21 Mar 1930||16 September 1935||Midget Wolgast||NYSAC|
|16 September 1935||19 January 1937||Small Montana||NYSAC/NBA|
|19 December 1927||6 February 1928||Frenchy Belanger||NBA|
|6 February 1928||2 March 1929||Frankie Genaro||NBA|
|2 March 1929||18 April 1929||Emile Pladner||NBA/IBU|
|18 April 1929||26 October 1931||Frankie Genaro||NBA/IBU|
|26 October 1931||31 October 1932||Victor "Young" Perez||NBA/IBU|
|31 October 1932||9 September 1935||Jackie Brown||NBA/IBU/British|
|9 September 1935||29 June 1938 4||Benny Lynch||Universal|
|September 22, 1938||May 1939||Peter Kane||NBA|
|December 14, 1939||1942||Little Dado||NBA|
|1942||June 19, 1943||Peter Kane||NBA|
|June 19, 1943||July 31, 1947||Jackie Paterson||NBA|
|March 23, 1948||March 30, 1950||Rinty Monaghan||Universal|
|25 April 1950||1 August 1950||Terry Allen||Universal|
|1 August 1950||19 May 1952||Dado Marino||Universal|
|19 May 1952||26 November 1954||Yoshio Shirai||Universal|
|26 November 1954||16 April 1960||Pascual Pérez||Universal|
|16 April 1960||10 October 1962||Pone Kingpetch||Universal|
|10 October 1962||12 January 1963||Masahiko "Fighting" Harada||Universal|
|12 January 1963||18 July 1963||Pone Kingpetch||Universal|
|18 July 1963||23 September 1964||Hiroyuki Ebihara||Universal|
|23 September 1964||23 April 1965||Pone Kingpetch||Universal|
|23 April 1965||14 June 1966||Salvatore Burruni||Universal|
|14 June 1966||30 December 1966||Walter McGowan||Lineal|
|30 December 1966||23 February 1969||Chartchai Chionoi||Lineal|
|2012-03-02||2012-07-16||Sonny Boy Jaro||WBC|
|2017-05-20||2018-04-14 Stripped||Daigo Higa||WBC|
|2019-12-20||present||Julio Cesar Martinez||WBC|
|1981-03-28||1981-06-06||Santos Benigno Laciar||WBA|
|1982-05-01||1985-07-19-Vacated||Santos Benigno Laciar||WBA|
|1989-09-30||1990-03-10||Jesus Kiki Rojas||WBA|
|1994-02-13||1996-11-24||Saen Sor Ploenchit||WBA|
|1998-05-29||1999-03-13||Hugo Rafael Soto||WBA|
|2012-11-17||2013-04-06||Brian Viloria||WBA Super Champion|
|2012-11-17||2015-04-22||Juan Carlos Reveco||WBA Regular Champion|
|2013-04-06||2016-09-14-Vacated||Juan Francisco Estrada||WBA Super Champion|
|2015-04-22||2017-09-11 Vacated||Kazuto Ioka||WBA Regular Champion|
|2018-02-24||Present||Artem Dalakian||WBA Regular Champion|
|1987-02-22||1987-09-05||Dodie Boy Peñalosa||IBF|
|1996-12-13||1998-08-14||Carlos Gabriel Salazar||WBO|
|1998-08-14||1999-04-23||Ruben Sánchez León||WBO|
|1999-04-23||1999-Vacated||José Antonio López Bueno||WBO|
|2002-07-13||2010-05-Vacated||Omar Andres Narvaez||WBO|
|2010-06-12||2011-07-16||Julio César Miranda||WBO|
|2013-04-06||2016-09-14-Vacated||Juan Francisco Estrada||WBO|
|2018-09-24||2020-01-31 Vacated||Kosei Tanaka||WBO|
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