Boxing rankings: Division-by-division

Maurice Hooker, right, retained his junior welterweight world title with a decision victory over Mikkel LesPierre. Ed Mulholland/Matchroom Boxing USA

Check out my rankings within each division by clicking on the links below. If there is a lineal champion in a weight class, he is ranked No. 1.

For a list of the current champions in all weight classes, click here.

Note: Results through March 12.


Ramirez retains super middleweight world title

With an injured left elbow, Gilberto Ramirez manages to defeat Jesse Hart via majority decision on Friday night.


Brant defeats Baysangurov via 11th round TKO

Rob Brant defeats Zaurbek Baysangurov by way of TKO in the 11th round to retain his WBA Middleweight Title.


Crawford knocks down Benavidez, closes door

Terence Crawford sends José Benavidez Jr. to the canvas in the 12th, and Benavidez has no answer when he gets up, ending the fight in a TKO victory for Crawford.


Ramirez beats Zepeda by majority decision

Jose Ramirez improves to 24-0 by defeating Jose Zepeda by majority decision and retains the WBC junior welterweight title.


Lopez beats Magdaleno with brutal KO, outlandish celebration

Teofimo Lopez takes it to Diego Magdaleno with a knock down in the sixth round, and a crushing knockout in the seventh round to finish the fight.


Navarrete wins junior featherweight title

Emanuel Navarrete lands a lot of hard punches, swelling Isaac Dogboe's face and scores an upset unanimous decision to take his 122-pound world title.


Donaire wins by TKO to win WBA title

The ref stops the fight after the fourth round as Nonito Donaire wins the WBA bantamweight title from Ryan Burnett.