10 Best Female Boxers of All Time

Boxing sport among women contender’s existence can be traced since the beginning of the game in the 18th century. But most of the time this sport has been banned officially by different nations. Athletes commissions have refused to sanction license to women boxers until 1998. By the end of this century 5 licenses for issued that made women boxing legal and professional games. In the 2012 Summer Olympic Games, the world’s first 12 female Olympic medalist boxers rose to their fame. In 2015 the W Boxing Federation united various women’s titles to have one titleholder.

List –

Chantelle Cameron UK
Bonnie Canino USA
Yvonne Caples India
Nurcan Çarkçı Turkey
Graciela Casillas USA
Jackie Chavez USA
Choi Hyunmi South Korea
Mavzuna Chorieva Tajikistan
Anita Christensen Denmark
Jaime Clampitt Canada
Pat Coombs UK
Jane Couch UK
Clare Cribbes UK
Teuta Cuni Sweden
Juli Crockett USA

List of the 10 Best Female Boxers of all time is given below:-

Katie Taylor – Best Female Boxers of All Time

Female Boxers
 The Bray Bomber
 Simply the Best
Height5 ft 5 in (165 cm)
Reach65 in (165 cm)
Born2 July 1986 (age 33)
 Bray, County Wicklow, Ireland
Boxing record
Total fights15
Wins by KO6

Medal record

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Olympic Games1
World Championships51
European Championships6
EU Championships5
European Games1

She is an Irish professional boxer who has been a footballer too. She is a two-weight world champion having the WBO junior welterweight title too. After defeating Delfine Persoon in June 2019, she became one of the seven boxers in history amongst both genders, female or male, to hold all four major world titles in boxing—WBA, WBC, IBF, and WBO. She had won five consecutive gold medals at the Women’s World Championships, gold six times at the European Championships, and gold five times at the European Union Championships. She is the best female boxer of all time.

Boxing medals

2005European Amateur ChampionshipsTønsberg, Norway1st60 kg
2006European Amateur ChampionshipsWarsaw, Poland1st60 kg
2006World Amateur ChampionshipNew Delhi, India1st60 kg
2007European Amateur ChampionshipsVejle, Denmark1st60 kg
2008European Union Amateur ChampionshipsLiverpool, England1st60 kg
2008World Amateur ChampionshipNingbo, People’s Republic of China1st60 kg
2009European Union Amateur ChampionshipsPazardzhik, Bulgaria1st60 kg
2009European Amateur ChampionshipsMykolaiv, Ukraine1st60 kg
2010European Union Amateur ChampionshipsKeszthely, Hungary1st60 kg
2010World Amateur ChampionshipBarbados1st60 kg
2011European Union Amateur ChampionshipsKatowice, Poland1st60 kg
2011European Amateur ChampionshipsRotterdam, Netherlands1st60 kg
2012World Amateur ChampionshipQinhuangdao, China1st60 kg
2012Olympic GamesLondon, United Kingdom1st60 kg
2013European Union Amateur ChampionshipsKeszthely, Hungary1st60 kg
2014European Amateur ChampionshipsBucharest, Romania1st60 kg
2014World Amateur ChampionshipJeju, South Korea1st60 kg
2015European GamesBaku, Azerbaijan1st60 kg
2016World Amateur ChampionshipAstana, Kazakhstan3rd60 kg

Mary Kom – Best Female Boxers of All Time

Female Boxers
BornMangte Chungneijang Mary Kom
 1 March 1983 (age 36)[1]
 Kangathei, Manipur, India
Spouse(s)Karong Onkholer Kom
AwardsPadma Shri (2006)
Padma Bhushan (2013)
Boxing career
Weight classPin weight / Flyweight
Weight(s)48 kg (106 lb) / 51 kg (112 lb)
Height1.58 m (5 ft 2 in)

Boxing Record –

Total fights16
Wins by KO
No contests

She is an Indian Olympic boxer who became the World Amateur Boxing champion for a record six times ( record in women boxer). She holds the record of being the only woman boxer to have won a medal in each one of the first seven World Championships, and the only boxer (male or female) to win eight World Championship medals. she has been nicknamed Magnificent Mary for being the only woman to qualify for the 2012 Summer Olympics, competing in the flyweight (51 kg) category and winning the bronze medal. She had also been ranked as the No. 1 AIBA World Women’s Ranking Light Flyweight category and get a Gold Medal in the Asian Games in 2014 at Incheon, South Korea. Also, she is the first Indian woman boxer to win gold at the 2018 Commonwealth Games. She is also the only boxer to become an Asian Amateur Boxing Champion for a record five times.

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20012nd, silver medalist(s)48AIBA Women’s World ChampionshipsScranton, Pennsylvania, USA
20021st, gold medalist(s)45AIBA Women’s World ChampionshipsAntalya, Turkey
20021st, gold medalist(s)45Witch CupPécs, Hungary
20031st, gold medalist(s)46Asian Women’s ChampionshipsHisar, India
20041st, gold medalist(s)41Women’s World CupTønsberg, Norway
20051st, gold medalist(s)46Asian Women’s ChampionshipsKaohsiung, Taiwan
20051st, gold medalist(s)46AIBA Women’s World ChampionshipsPodolsk, Russia
20061st, gold medalist(s)46AIBA Women’s World ChampionshipsNew Delhi, India
20061st, gold medalist(s)46Venus Women’s Box CupVejle, Denmark
20081st, gold medalist(s)46AIBA Women’s World ChampionshipsNingbo, China
20082nd, silver medalist(s)46Asian Women’s ChampionshipsGuwahati, India
20091st, gold medalist(s)46Asian Indoor GamesHanoi, Vietnam
20101st, gold medalist(s)48AIBA Women’s World ChampionshipsBridgetown, Barbados
20101st, gold medalist(s)46Asian Women’s ChampionshipsAstana, Kazakhstan
20103rd, bronze medalist(s)51Asian GamesGuangzhou, China
20111st, gold medalist(s)48Asian Women’s CupHaikou, China
20121st, gold medalist(s)41Asian Women’s ChampionshipsUlan Bator, Mongolia
20123rd, bronze medalist(s)51Summer OlympicsLondon, United Kingdom
20141st, gold medalist(s)51Asian GamesIncheon, South Korea
20171st, gold medalist(s)48Asian Women’s ChampionshipsHo Chi Minh City, Vietnam
20181st, gold medalist(s)45–48Commonwealth GamesGold Coast, Queensland, Australia
20181st, gold medalist(s)45–48AIBA Women’s World Championships

Cecilia Brækhus – Best Female Boxers of All Time

Female Boxers
Real nameCecilia Carmen Linda Brækhus
Height1.71 m (5 ft 7 in)
Born28 September 1981 (age 38)
Cartagena, Colombia

Boxing record

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Total fights36
Wins by KO9

She is a Guinness World Records holder with three recognitions in 2018: the Longest Reigning Female Boxing Champion, the Longest Reign as a Four-Belt Undisputed Boxing Champion, and the Most Bouts Undefeated by a Female World Champion Boxer. According to BoxRec, she is ranked as the world’s best active welterweight and a fourth-best pound-for-pound female fighter. This Norwegian professional boxer and former kickboxer is the first woman in any weight class to hold the WBA, WBC, IBF and WBO titles simultaneously. She is the best female boxer of all time. And She captured the IBO title, becoming the first-ever boxer to hold five world titles in 2016.

Professional record summary

36 fights36 wins
By knockout9
By decision27

For more information please visit here – https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cecilia_Br%C3%A6khus

Amanda Serrano

Female Boxers
Nickname(s)The Real Deal
Weight(s) Super flyweight
 Super bantamweight
 Super featherweight
 Light welterweight
Height5 ft 5 1⁄2 in (166 cm)
Reach65 1⁄2 in (166 cm)
NationalityPuerto Rican
BornOctober 9, 1988 (age 31)
 Carolina, Puerto Rico

Boxing record

Total fights39
Wins by KO27

She is a Puerto Rican professional boxer, mixed martial artist and professional wrestler. She has won the title of WBO and WBC interim featherweight since September 2019. She also holds the Guinness World Record for the most boxing world championships won in different weight-classes by a female. She has 9 major world titles across seven different weight classes. She has been awarded the first “Super World Championship” of women and The Female Boxer of the Year Award twice by the WBO. She is ranked as the world’s best active featherweight, and third best pound for pound female fighter by BoxRec as in November 2019.

Professional record

39 fights37 wins
By knockout27
By decision10

Delfine Persoon – Best Female Boxers of All Time

Female Boxers

Weight(s)Super featherweight
Height5 ft 9 in (175 cm)
Born14 January 1985 (age 34)
Gits, West Flanders, Belgium
Boxing record[1]
Total fights46
Wins by KO18

This Belgian professional boxer holds the IBF female lightweight title in 2012. From 2014 to June 2019 she held the WBC female lightweight title. According to BoxRec, she has been ranked as the world’s best active super featherweight and the best active pound for pound female fighter.

Professional record summary

46 fights44 wins
By knockout18
By decision23
By disqualification3

Read more on – https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Delfine_Persoon

Erica Farias – Best Female Boxers of All Time

Female Boxers
Real nameErica Anabella Farias
Nickname(s)La Pantera
Light welterweight
Born13 July 1984 (age 35)
Buenos Aires, Argentina

Boxing record

Total fights26
Wins by KO10

Known as “La Pantera”, she is an Argentine professional boxer who has been two-weight world champion, holds the WBC female lightweight title from 2011 to 2014. Also, she has been the WBC female super lightweight titleholder from 2014 to 2018. She also won a silver medal at the 2006 World Championships who has been ranked the world’s third-best active female super lightweight according to the BoxRec.

Professional Record Summary

30 fights26 wins
By knockout10
By decision16

Mariana Juarez

Mariana Juarez

birth nameMaría Anastasia Trejo
born1980-01-29 / age 39
height5′ 5½″   /   167cm
residenceMexico City, Distrito Federal, Mexico
BirthplaceSanta Ursula, Tlaxcala, Mexico

This Mexican boxer is a Knockout boxer to hold WBC world female bantamweight title. She owns the most unusual nickname ‘Barbie’, after the famous blonde doll. She is the WBC champion of the world since April 2007 making her debut in 1998 at the age of just 18. She has become a two-weight world champion and the WBC flyweight titleholder.

Christina Hammer – Best Female Boxers of All Time

Christina Hammer

Real nameChristina Hammer
Nickname(s)Lady Hammer[1]
Queen of the Middleweight[2] 
Height5 ft 11 in (1.80 m)[3]
Reach71 in (180cm)[4]
Born16 August 1990 (age 29)
 Nowodolinka, Kazakh SSR, Soviet Union

Boxing record

Total fights26
Wins by KO11
No contests1

She is a German professional boxer who has become a world champion in two weight classes multiple times. Also, she held the WBO female middleweight title from October 2010 to April 2019.

She is renowned as the youngest boxer in history to win a WBO title. She also held the WBF female middleweight title between 2011 and 2017, the WBC female middleweight titles between 2016 and 2018, and the WBF and WBO female super-middleweight titles in 2013.

Professional Record

26 fights24 wins
By knockout11
By decision13
No contests1

Ava Knight

Ava Knight
BornAva Michelle Knight-Salicka
August 15, 1988 (age 31)
Chico, California, United States
Other namesLady of Boxing[1]
Height5 ft 4 in (1.63 m)
Weight123 lb (56 kg; 8.8 st)
Reach70.0 in (178 cm)
Years active

This American female boxer is the current women’s WBC champion. She has won the WBC diamond belt international boxing title. She debuted in MMA against Shannon Goughary at Bellator 228 on September 28, 2019. She is known as Lady of Boxing. She is a former five-time boxing champion.

Professional boxing record

By knockout5
By knockout

Mixed martial arts record

By knockout1

Layla McCarter

Female Boxers

BornLayla Eveleen McCarter
April 19, 1979 (age 40)
Alameda, California, United States
Other namesAmazing
Height5 ft 4 in (1.63 m)
Weight135 lb (61 kg; 9.6 st)
Reach70.0 in (178 cm)
Fighting out ofLas Vegas, Nevada

She is an American boxer and former WBA Lightweight and Super-Welterweight World Champion, IFBA Featherweight Champion, GBU Lightweight and Super-Lightweight Champion having the nickname Amazing. In 2016 January, Ring magazine bestowed the title of the 10th best female boxer of all time. She was inducted in the Nevada and California Boxing Hall of Fame. In February of 2017, as its second female boxer, she was signed by Mayweather Promotions.

Professional record summary

61 fights43 wins
By knockout11
By decision32

For other information, you can check here – https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Layla_McCarter

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