IGL Rankings

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IGL Rankings

Denav
Advanced Member
Joined: 27 Nov 2006, 22:16

07 Aug 2014, 15:55 #1



Here below you see the 3 Divisions Rankings, feel free to ask for explanations about placements or post comments.

The qualification criteria for the divisional rankings are:
1. Champions and former champions (world, continental and national titles);
2. Fighters who have challenged a title above the national level (continental or world);
3. Fighters who have winning records against opponents in criteria 1 and 2.

The pound for pound ranking is simply a line up of the strongest fighters with consideration for their specific weights.
For example, if hypothetically 2 fighters have defeated the exact same opponents in their careers,
but 1 of them is 2 kg lighter, then the lighter fighter would be considered a better "pure" fighter and rank higher
in pound for pound ranking.

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Griffy
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Joined: 27 Nov 2006, 22:23

01 Nov 2017, 12:37 #2

Updated on 08/12/2017



1. MALLORY PRICE  -
2. NATALIA GONZALES 
3. KATHRIN WAGNER  - 
4. CHARLENE PARKER 

5. NADIA LONGHI  - 
6. YUMIKO KAWAKITA  
7. MILDRED WILKINS  -
8. PAMELA THOMPSON
9. LENA DUMAS
10. GISELLA FABBRI  





1. BEATRICE GHERINI -  
2. LÖISE MOREL  
3 SHELLEY COOK  
4. SANDRA VAN ALDEN
5. SABINE RIBERT
6. HANNAH MÜLLER

7. MONIKA HOBERHOFER -
8. HILDE LARSEN
9. SILVANA LABATE  
10. CAREN NILSSON




1. PATRIZIA DAL BEN  - 
2. CLARISSA JACKSON -
3. ARLEEN BLAND
4. KYLLI VALTONEN
5. SANDIPTA VERMA
6. JEANINE LOCKHEART
7. CLAUDIA ZIEGLER -
8. ROSY D'ONOFRIO  - 

9. CORINNE LEROUX -
10. ENZA MARZILLI






1. CLARISSA JACKSON -
Clarrisa is ready and eager to face her next challenger.  During the month of November the lower weight classes were featured in competition.  The Chicago Brawler creates great excitement when she appears.  Beaten only once, her sights are set on the world title.  When she will get that opportunity is up to the IGL matchmakers, but hopefully, they will present all her fans with a Christmas present showcasing the American Champion.  Who do you favor as her next opponent? 

2.  ARLEEN BLAND
You know who I believe deserves a shot at the American champion.  Whether she fights Clarrisa or another of the top tier contenders it should be exciting.  Possibly Arleen might be the choice to fight for the world title against her Canadian countryman or is it countrywoman?  That matchup would be most competitive.  Super Legs is a competitor who loves to stay busy fighting.  Let's hope she does so soon.  

3. PATRIZIA DAL BEN   - 
The new world champion is number three.  She is not known for knockout excitement like the two fighters ranked above her.  She still gets the job done and wins the matches that count.  Her management has prepared her well for every one of her matches, but they have to do so with a fighter who has the ability to execute the battle strategy.  That is what Patrizia does with superb skill.  Because she is inactive we must guess on her standings in the pound for pound rankings.  Her first title defense should come soon. I'm betting that Ms. Dal Ben will retain her title.  Do you agree?
  4. BEATRICE GHERINI -
Beatrice will be fighting the British champion for the IGL World Lightweight Championship.  It is a position both are eager to claim.  Ms. Gherini has never faced Shelly Cook so both of them will get acquainted on December 9th.  If the Lioness takes Ms. Cook too lightly she could be in for a humiliating shock.  In the sport of boxing the burden of victory rests solely on the fighter's shoulder.  As I've stated in prvious postings I was not impressed in Beatrice's last ring appearance.  Her victory was very much in doubt in my opinion, but she powered her way to the victory.  Will that happen again in this title clash?

5.  HEATHER REVELS
The Hurricane is about to establish her status as a bonfide lightweight.  Her first fight at this new weight went well.  She looked fast and powerful against an opponent who was not intimated by her previous accomplishments.  Obviously Heather is still a work in progres with new challenges facing her, but I believe in the coming months she will start her climb into the top ten rankings within that divisions.  It isn't going to be easy, but the southern belle never backs down from a challenge.  Let's see what happens in her next ring outing. 

6.NATALIA GONZALES   
The Striker from Spain is back.  After a period of inactivity going up against Yumiko Kawakita did not seem like the best foe to attempt a return to action.  Ms. Gonzales might have been expected to display some ring rust, but that never happened.  Instead she went head-to-head with one of the hardest punchers in the featherweright division.  She was much tougher and better prepared than her rival anticipated.  As a result this heavy hitting spoiler came away with a most impressive vistory.  Can she capitalize on that win to go for the title?  Time will tell, but I wouldn't bet against that happening.  Watch out lightweights because the Striker is coming for you.

7.YUMIKO KAWAKITA 
One Punch KO didn't land the konock punch that have accounted for half of her 10-victories.  She fought against a rival who has a pretty hefty punch herself.  The Tokyo terror never quit trying for that finisher, but Natalia displayed a sturdy chin and dogged determination.  The fight was not a one-sided rumble.  Each boxer had her moments, but the judges determined that the Spanish lass had more connects in what proved to be a very entertaining battle.  Ms. Kawakita's next fight will be critical.  She might rebound from two-consecutive losses, but a third loss would be most devastating.  

8. KYLLI VALTONEN  
Firebrand is another fighter who was without a dance partner in November.  She remains ready, training hard to stay in fight-ready condition, but nothing replaces the actual competitive ring appearances against strong competitors.  She and her management are pushing hard to get back into the thick of competition.  As I've stated before she is a tough ticket for any lady in the division.  They don't want to lose to her for good reason - she's tough.  Let's see if December proves to be her lucky month, or even early 2018.  Good luck Kylli!

9.  MALLORY PRICE -
The Star is now the World Featherweight Champion looking forward to the first defensie of her crown.  The recent loss by Yumiko Kawakita took some of the luster off that matchup; or did it?  What about the Striker?  She did the deed on Yumiko so she could provide a most appealing replacement against the blonde title holder.  Defending her championship for the first time with a decisive victory would be nothing but good for both the Star and the whole Featherweight division.  I'd like to see the featherweight division develop the excitement of the recent past.  Is Ms. Price the fighter to do that?

10.  SANDIPTA VERMA  
Maybe I caught her on a good day, but as promised I checkted in on the training program of the Bullet.  I came away very pleased.  She had a rugged workout with some very impressive sparring sessions afterward.  Sandipta talked like the fighter of old - confident and cocky.  Her manager is actively searching out prospective opponents.  Their prospects are much improved since many boxing seers believe that the former champion is in decline.  They suggest that beating her is a promising prospect for any boxer who would like to beef up her record with a meaningful "named fighter" like the Bullet.  
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Griffy
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Joined: 27 Nov 2006, 22:23

08 Dec 2017, 01:26 #3

IGL FANS
Here are my latest ranking offerings.  Using the new system for this post was challenging.  Denav did a great job modifying the former format into the Tapatalk program.  I very much appreciate the help he provided in teaching me the procedures for producing this file.  I am solely responsible for any and all errors found in this offering.  Let me know what you think.  MERRY CHRISTMAS to all!  
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