//THE 17 PREMIERS.
Heavyweight. The new era in heavyweight boxing and Anthony Joshua is the premier but with Wilder beating Ortiz and Povetkin still in the mix they are all great fights.
Cruiserweight. Oleksandr Usyk is the new premier but the WSS will sort out any other claimant's for the time being.
Light-heavyweight. Adonis Stevenson is the paper king but he needs to show his metal against Kovalev.
Super-middleweight. Sanchez moves back to the top despite the fact he has fought low grade opponents.
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. Jarrett Hurd defeates Erislandy Lara in a close one for now he is the leader but a rematch has been ordered.
Welterweight. Terrance Crawford takes over at welterweight with a big win to bounce Keith Thurman back into 2.
Junior-welterweight. Mike Garcia claims the top spot at 140 as Terrance Crawford vacates.
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. Rigondeaux is back on the top spot his inactivity and low grade opponents will soon see him drop.
Bantamweight. Naoya Inoue moves up from Super-fly to take the top spot at bantamweight, Luis Nery missed the weight so is ranked at Super-bantam.
Super-flyweight. Wangek seals his premiership with a win over the #1 #2 and #3 in his last fights.
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.