Rankings update: Broner vs. DeMarco, Mitchell vs. Banks, Mares vs. Moreno, Viloria vs. Marquez

Credit: Will Hart - HBO

It’s been another busy weekend for boxing, and it’s time that we pay a visit to the top 10 divisional rankings for a number of different weight classes. We’ve seen Adrien Broner dominate Antonio DeMarco, Brian Viloria assert his status with a win over Hernan Marquez, and Seth Mitchell get unseated by Johnathon Banks… and that was all this weekend. Looking back, we’ve also had Abner Mares get the biggest win of his career over Anselmo Moreno, and more.

 

Credit: Will Hart - HBO

Adrien Broner made his official debut at 135 lbs and wasted no time taking out one of the best fighters and titleholders in the division. By dominating Antonio DeMarco, he immediately puts himself right into the top of the lightweight division.

If Seth Mitchell had been making any upward progress in the top 10 at heavyweight, that momentum has been stopped. The quick TKO stoppage loss to Banks badly hurts his standing and he’s going to have some major rebuilding to do.

At 154 lbs, Alfredo Angulo has returned to action, and he returns to the top 10 of the division thanks to his sensational quick knockout victory.

Plus, in honor of the action we’ve seen amongst the little guys like Roman Gonzalez and Brian Viloria, we’ve updated all of the small-guy divisions as well. So we have a brand new top 10 at strawweight and in the junior flyweight division, where Chocolatito reigns supreme.

So be sure to take a look at all of our updated division rankings as we evaluate and adjust after Broner vs. DeMarco, Mitchell vs. Banks, Viloria vs. Marquez and all the rest.

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One comment

  1. viloria vs. marquez was a great fight. it’s good that marquez’s trainer, robert garcia, decided what was best for his fighter by stopping the fight. this was the same trainer who allowed antonio margarito to get a hellacious beating at the hands of manny pacquiao and probably abetted margarito’s retirement from boxing by allowing him to finish that fight.

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