//THE 17 PREMIERS.
Heavyweight. Heavyweight boxing is full of suprises while everyone is talking about the order of the best 3 alongs comes a big punch and Andy Ruiz defeats Anthony Joshua.
Cruiserweight. Oleksandr Usyk is the new premier but the WSS will sort out any other claimant's for the time being.
Light-heavyweight. Sergei Kovalev defeats Alvarez in a rematch but needs to fight Olexander Gvodzyk to determine the true king.
Super-middleweight. Callum Smith takes over as Zurdo Sanchez moves up, he might go back to 168 though.
Middleweight. Saul Alvarez defeats Gennady Golovkin many thought the call was wrong but not enough for us to retain Gennady as King. Maybe a 3rd fight will settle the issue.
Junior-middleweight. Julian Willians upsets Jarrett Hurd to take over at super-welterweight.
Welterweight. Errol Spence takes over from Crawford based on better quality to take over at welterweight.
Junior-welterweight. Mike Garcia claims the top spot at 140 as Terrance Crawford vacates, the loss to Spence is not enought to move him off.
Lightweight.Vasyl Lomanchenko become a three weiht premier defeating Jorge Linares
Super-featherweight. Miguel Berchelt moves up to #1 following Lomachenko's move to lightweight.
Featherweight. Leo Santa Cruz reversed the previous decision with Carl Frampton.
Super-bantamweight. Emmanuel Navarette jumps back over Daniel Roman who briefly held the top spot in May.
Bantamweight. Naoya Inoue moves up from Super-fly to take the top spot at bantamweight.
Super-flyweight. Juan Estrade gets revenge over Wangek to regain his premiership.
Flyweight. Kosei Tanaka moves up to the top spot without fighting as Donnie Nietes flies the nest to the 115 division.
Junior-flyweight. Ken Shiro takes two consective fights against the number 1 to claim that spot, Ganigan Lopez and Pedro Guevara are overturned.
Minimumweight. Knockout CP Freshmart takes over from Byron Rojas who could not hold on to his title in his first defence.