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This is a list of world champions who have been certified by The Ring magazine. The Ring is a boxing magazine that was founded in 1922. In 2002, The Ring created a championship system that is "intended to reward fighters who, by satisfying rigid criteria, can justify a claim as the true and only world champion in a given weight class".[1] There are currently only two ways that a boxer can win The Ring's title: defeat the reigning champion; or winning a box-off between The Ring's number-one and number-two rated contenders (or, sometimes, number-one and number-three rated).[2] There are also only three ways that a boxer can lose The Ring's title: lose a championship fight, move to a different weight class, or retire.[2] (The Ring does not strip its champions' titles like the sanctioning bodies do.)

Heavyweight

Number Champion Reign
1 United States Jack Dempsey 1922 - September 23, 1926
2 United States Gene Tunney September 23, 1926 - July 31, 1928 (Retired)
3 Germany Max Schmeling (defeated Jack Sharkey) June 12, 1930 - June 21, 1932
4 United States Jack Sharkey June 21, 1932 - June 29, 1933
5 Italy Primo Carnera June 29, 1933 - June 14, 1934
6 United States Max Baer June 14, 1934 - June 13, 1935
7 United States James J. Braddock June 13, 1935 - June 22, 1937
8 United States Joe Louis June 22, 1937 - September 27, 1950
9 United States Ezzard Charles September 27, 1950 - July 18, 1951
10 United States Jersey Joe Walcott July 18, 1951 - September 23, 1952
11 United States Rocky Marciano September 23, 1952 - April 27, 1956 (Retired)
12 United States Floyd Patterson (beat Archie Moore) November 30, 1956 - June 26, 1959
13 Sweden Ingemar Johansson June 26, 1959 - June 20, 1960
14 United States Floyd Patterson June 20, 1960 - September 25, 1962
15 United States Sonny Liston September 25, 1962 - February 25, 1964
16 United States Muhammad Ali February 25, 1964 - March 8, 1971
17 United States Joe Frazier March 8, 1971 - January 22, 1973
18 United States George Foreman January 22, 1973 - October 30, 1974
19 United States Muhammad Ali October 30, 1974 - February 15, 1978
20 United States Leon Spinks February 15, 1978 - September 15, 1978
21 United States Muhammad Ali September 15, 1978 - October 2, 1980
22 United States Larry Holmes October 2, 1980 - September 21, 1985
23 United States Michael Spinks September 21, 1985 - June 27, 1988
24 United States Mike Tyson June 27, 1988 - February 11, 1990
25 United States James Douglas February 11, 1990 - October 25, 1990
26 United States Evander Holyfield October 25, 1990 - October, 1990 (discontinued championship policy during Holyfield's reign)
27 England Lennox Lewis 2002 - February 6, 2004 (Retired)
28 Ukraine Vitali Klitschko April 24, 2004 - November 9, 2005 (Retired)
29 Ukraine Wladimir Klitschko (beat Ruslan Chagaev) June 20, 2009 - Present

Cruiserweight

Number Champion Reign
1 Puerto Rico Carlos De Leon (Awarded title by Ring) February 3, 1984 - June 6, 1985
2 United States Alfonzo Ratliff June 6, 1985 - September 21, 1985
3 United States Bernard Benton September 21, 1985 - March 22, 1986
4 Puerto Rico Carlos De Leon March 22, 1986 - March 30, 1987 (Ring stopped recognizing weight class)
5 France Jean-Marc Mormeck (Defeated Wayne Braithwaite) April 2, 2005 - January 7, 2006
6 Jamaica O'Neil Bell January 7, 2006 - March 17, 2007
7 France Jean-Marc Mormeck March 17, 2007 - November 10, 2007
8 England David Haye November 10, 2007 - May 23, 2008 (Moved up to Heavyweight)
9 Poland Tomasz Adamek (Defeated Steve Cunningham) December 11, 2008 - Present

Light Heavyweight

Number Champion Reign
1 United States Maxie Rosenbloom June 25, 1930 - November 16, 1934
2 United States Bob Olin November 16, 1934 - October 31, 1935
3 United States John Henry Lewis October 31, 1935 - June 1939 (Retired)
4 United States Billy Conn (beat Melio Bettina) July 13, 1939 - May 1941 (moved up to Heavyweight)
5 United States Gus Lesnevich (beat Tami Mauriello) August 26, 1941 - July 26, 1948
6 England Freddie Mills July 26, 1948 - January 24, 1950
7 United States Joey Maxim January 24, 1950 - December 17, 1952
8 United States Archie Moore December 17, 1952 - May 12, 1962 (moved up to Heavyweight)
9 United States Harold Johnson (beat Doug Jones) May 12, 1962 - June 1, 1963
10 United States Willie Pastrano June 1, 1963 - March 30, 1965
11 Puerto Rico Jose Torres March 30, 1965 - December 16, 1966
12 Nigeria Dick Tiger December 16, 1966 - May 24, 1968
13 United States Bob Foster May 24, 1968 - September 16, 1974 (retired)
14 Argentina Víctor Galíndez 1979 - November 30, 1979 (lost to Marvin Johnson)
15 United States Matthew Saad Muhammad (awarded title by Ring) November 30, 1979 - December 19, 1981
16 United States Dwight Muhammad Qawi December 19, 1981 - March 18, 1983
17 United States Michael Spinks March 18, 1983 - September 21, 1985 (won heavyweight title)
18 United States Roy Jones Jr. 2001 - May 15, 2004 (moved up to heavyweight)
19 United States Antonio Tarver May 15, 2004 - December 18, 2004
20 Jamaica Glen Johnson December 18, 2004 - June 18, 2005
21 United States Antonio Tarver June 18, 2005 - June 10, 2006
22 United States Bernard Hopkins June 10, 2006 - April 19, 2008
23 Wales Joe Calzaghe April 19, 2008 - February 06, 2009 (Retired)

Super Middleweight

Number Champion Reign
1 Wales Joe Calzaghe (beat Jeff Lacy) March 4, 2006 - September 28, 2008 (won light heavyweight/vacated)

Middleweight

Number Champion Reign
1 France Marcel Thil 1933 -
2 United States Freddie Steele 1937 -
3 United States Tony Zale November 28, 1941 - July 16, 1947
4 United States Rocky Graziano July 16, 1947 - June 10, 1948
5 United States Tony Zale June 10, 1948 - September 21, 1948
6 France Marcel Cerdan September 21, 1948 - June 16, 1949
7 United States Jake LaMotta June 16, 1949 - February 14, 1951
8 United States Sugar Ray Robinson February 14, 1951 - July 10, 1951
9 England Randy Turpin July 10, 1951 - September 12, 1951
10 United States Sugar Ray Robinson September 12, 1951 - December 18, 1952 (Retired)
11 United States Carl Olson (beat Randy Turpin) October 21, 1953 - December 9, 1955
12 United States Sugar Ray Robinson December 9, 1955 - January 2, 1957
13 United States Gene Fullmer January 2, 1957 - May 1, 1957
14 United States Sugar Ray Robinson May 1, 1957 - January 22, 1960
15 United States Paul Pender January 22, 1960 - July 11, 1961
16 England Terry Downes July 11, 1961 - April 7, 1962
17 United States Paul Pender April 7, 1962 - May 7, 1963 (Retired)
18 Nigeria Dick Tiger 1963 - December 7, 1963
19 United States Joey Giardello December 7, 1963 - October 21, 1965
20 Nigeria Dick Tiger October 21, 1965 - April 25, 1966
21 United States Virgin Islands Emile Griffith April 25, 1966 - April 17, 1967
22 Italy Nino Benvenuti April 17, 1967 - September 29, 1967
23 United States Virgin Islands Emile Griffith September 29, 1967 - March 4, 1968
24 Italy Nino Benvenuti March 4, 1968 - November 7, 1970
25 Argentina Carlos Monzon November 7, 1970 - August 29, 1977 (Retired)
26 Colombia Rodrigo Valdez (beat Bennie Briscoe) November 5, 1977 - April 22, 1978
27 Argentina Hugo Corro April 22, 1978 - June 30, 1979
28 Italy Vito Antuofermo June 30, 1979 - March 16, 1980
29 England Alan Minter March 16, 1980 - September 27, 1980
30 United States Marvelous Marvin Hagler September 27, 1980 - April 6, 1987
31 United States Sugar Ray Leonard April 6, 1987 - (retired, then moved up to Super Middleweight)
32 Zaire Sumbu Kalambay (Awarded title by Ring) July 6, 1988 - March 2, 1989 (Ring ceased publication for 7 months)
33 United States Bernard Hopkins September 29, 2001 - July 16, 2005
34 United States Jermain Taylor July 16, 2005 - September 29, 2007
35 United States Kelly Pavlik September 29, 2007 - Present

Junior Middleweight

Number Champion Reign
1 United States Oscar Albarado June 4, 1974 - January 21, 1975
2 Japan Koichi Wajima January 21, 1975 - June 7, 1975
3 South Korea Jae Do Yuh June 7, 1975 - February 17, 1976
4 Japan Koichi Wajima February 17, 1976 - May 18, 1976
5 Spain Jose Manuel Duran May 18, 1976 - October 8, 1976
6 Argentina Miguel Angel Castellini October 8, 1976 - March 5, 1977
7 Nicaragua Eddie Gazo March 5, 1977 - August 9, 1978
8 Japan Masashi Kudo August 9, 1978 - October 24, 1979
9 Uganda Ayub Kalule October 24, 1979 - June 25, 1981
10 United States Sugar Ray Leonard June 25, 1981 - June 25, 1982
11 United States Thomas Hearns May 1983 - September 1986
12 United States Oscar de la Hoya (beat Fernando Vargas) September 14, 2002 - September 13, 2003
13 United States Sugar Shane Mosley September 13, 2003 - March 13, 2004
14 United States Winky Wright March 13, 2004 - November 7, 2005 (moved up to Middleweight)

Welterweight

Number Champion Reign
1 Canada Jimmy McLarnin 1933 -
2 United States Barney Ross 1937 - May 31, 1938
3 United States Henry Armstrong May 31, 1938 - October 4, 1940
4 United States Fritzie Zivic October 4, 1940 -
5 United States Freddie Cochrane July 29, 1941 - February 1, 1946
6 United States Marty Servo February 1, 1946 - September 1946 (Vacated)
7 United States Sugar Ray Robinson December 20, 1946 -
8 Cuba Kid Gavilan (beat Billy Graham) August 29, 1951 - October 20, 1954
9 United States Johnny Saxton October 20, 1954 - April 1, 1955
10 United States Tony DeMarco April 1, 1955 - June 10, 1955
11 United States Carmen Basilio June 10, 1955 - March 14, 1956
12 United States Johnny Saxton March 14, 1956 - September 12, 1956
13 United States Carmen Basilio September 12, 1956 - 1957 (Vacated)
14 United States Don Jordan 1959 -
15 United States Virgin Islands Emile Griffith April 1, 1961 - September 30, 1961
16 Cuba Benny Paret September 30, 1961 - March 24, 1962
17 United States Virgin Islands Emile Griffith March 24, 1962 - March 21, 1963
18 Cuba Luis Manuel Rodriguez March 21, 1963 - June 8, 1963
19 United States Virgin Islands Emile Griffith June 8, 1963 - April 1966 (Vacated}
20 United States Curtis Cokes 1967 - April 18, 1969
21 Mexico Jose Napoles April 18, 1969 - December 3, 1970
22 United States Billy Backus December 3, 1970 - June 4, 1971
23 Mexico Jose Napoles June 4, 1971 - December 6, 1975
24 England John Stracey December 6, 1975 - June 22, 1976
25 Mexico Carlos Palomino June 22, 1976 - January 14, 1979
26 Puerto Rico Wilfred Benitez January 14, 1979 - November 30, 1979
27 United States Sugar Ray Leonard November 30, 1979 - June 20, 1980
28 Panama Roberto Duran June 20, 1980 - November 25, 1980
29 United States Sugar Ray Leonard November 25, 1980 - November 9, 1982 (Retired)
30 United States Donald Curry (defeated Milton McCrory) December 6, 1985 - September 27, 1986
31 United Kingdom Lloyd Honeyghan September 27, 1986 - October 27, 1987
32 Mexico Jorge Vaca October 27, 1987 - March 29, 1988
33 United Kingdom Lloyd Honeyghan March 29, 1988 - February 4, 1989
34 United States Marlon Starling February 4, 1989 - March 2, 1989 (Ring ceased publication for 7 months)
35 United States Vernon Forrest (beat Shane Mosley) January 26, 2002 - January 25, 2003
36 Nicaragua Ricardo Mayorga January 25, 2003 - December 13, 2003
37 United States Cory Spinks December 13, 2003 - February 5, 2005
38 United States Zab Judah February 5, 2005 - January 7, 2006
39 Argentina Carlos Manuel Baldomir January 7, 2006 - November 4 , 2006
40 United States Floyd Mayweather Jr. November 4 , 2006 - June 29, 2008 (Retired)

Junior Welterweight

Number Champion Reign
1 Italy Duilio Loi December 15, 1962 - January 1963 (Retired)
2 United States Eddie Perkins 1963 - January 18, 1965
3 Venezuela Carlos Hernandez January 18, 1965 - April 29, 1966
4 Italy Sandro Lopopolo April 29, 1966 - April 30, 1967
5 United States Takeshi Fuji April 30, 1967 - December 12, 1968
6 Argentina Nicolino Locche December 12, 1968 -
7 Colombia Antonio Cervantes 1972 - March 6, 1976
8 Puerto Rico Wilfred Benitez March 6, 1976 - January 14, 1979 (won welterweight title)
9 Colombia Antonio Cervantes 1979 - August 2, 1980
10 United States Aaron Pryor August 2, 1980 - October 26, 1983 (Retired)
11 Australia Kostya Tszyu (beat Zab Judah) November 3, 2001 - June 4, 2005
12 England Ricky Hatton June 4, 2005 - May 2, 2009
13 Philippines Manny Pacquiao May 2, 2009 - Present

Lightweight

Number Champion Reign
1 United States Barney Ross 1933 -
2 United States Tony Canzoneri 1935 -
3 United States Lou Ambers 1936 - August 17, 1938
4 United States Henry Armstrong August 17, 1938 - August 22, 1939
5 United States Lou Ambers August 22, 1939 -
6 United States Lew Jenkins May 10, 1940 - December 19, 1941
7 United States Sammy Angott December 19, 1941 -
8 United States Ike Williams 1947 - May 25, 1951
9 United States Jimmy Carter May 25, 1951 - May 14, 1952
10 Mexico Lauro Salas May 14, 1952 - October 15, 1952
11 United States Jimmy Carter October 15, 1952 - March 5, 1954
12 United States Paddy DeMarco March 5, 1954 - November 17, 1954
13 United States Jimmy Carter November 17, 1954 - June 29, 1955
14 United States Wallace (Bud) Smith June 29, 1955 - August 24, 1956
15 United States Joe Brown August 24, 1956 - April 21, 1962
16 Puerto Rico Carlos Ortiz April 21, 1962 - April 10, 1965
17 Panama Ismael Laguna April 10, 1965 - November 13, 1965
18 Puerto Rico Carlos Ortiz November 13, 1965 -
19 United States Mando Ramos 1969 -
20 Scotland Ken Buchanan 1970 - June 26, 1972
21 Panama Roberto Duran June 26, 1972 - February 2, 1979 (moved up to Welterweight)
22 Scotland Jim Watt (Awarded title by Ring) April 12, 1981 - June 20, 1981
23 Nicaragua Alexis Arguello June 20, 1981 - February 1983 (moved up to Junior Welterweight)
24 Mexico Julio Cesar Chavez (beat Jose Luis Ramirez) October 29, 1988 - March 2, 1989 (Ring vacated title)
25 United States Pernell Whitaker (beat Juan Nazario) August 11, 1990 - January 14, 1992 (moved up to Junior Welterweight)
26 United States Floyd Mayweather Jr. (beat Jose Luis Castillo) April 20, 2002 - May 22, 2004 (moved up to Junior Welterweight)
27 Mexico José Luis Castillo (beat Juan Lazcano) June 5, 2004 - May 7, 2005
28 United States Diego Corrales May 7, 2005 - October 7, 2006
29 Cuba Joel Casamayor October 7, 2006 - September 13, 2008
30 Mexico Juan Manuel Márquez September 13, 2008 - Present

Junior Lightweight

Number Champion Reign
1 Philippines Flash Elorde 1963 - June 15, 1967
2 Japan Yoshiaki Numata June 15, 1967 - December 14, 1967
3 Japan Hiroshi Kobayashi December 14, 1967 - July 29, 1971
4 Venezuela Alfredo Marcano July 29, 1971 -
5 Japan Kuniaki Shibata 1973 - October 17, 1973
6 Philippines Ben Villaflor October 17, 1973 - October 16, 1976
7 Puerto Rico Samuel Serrano October 16, 1976 - August 2, 1980
8 Japan Yasutsune Uehara August 2, 1980 - April 9, 1981
9 Puerto Rico Samuel Serrano April 9, 1981 - January 19, 1983
10 United States Roger Mayweather January 19, 1983 - February 26, 1984
11 United States Rocky Lockridge February 26, 1984 - May 19, 1985
12 Puerto Rico Wilfredo Gómez May 19, 1985 - May 24, 1986
13 Panama Alfredo Layne May 24, 1986 - September 27, 1986
14 South Africa Brian Mitchell September 27, 1986 - March 30, 1987
15 Philippines Manny Pacquiao (beat Juan Manuel Márquez) March 15, 2008 - July 2008 (Moved up to Lightweight)

Featherweight

Number Champion Reign
1 Cuba Kid Chocolate 1933 -
2 United States Freddie Miller 1935 -
3 United States Petey Sarron 1937 - October 29, 1937
4 United States Henry Armstrong October 29, 1937 -
5 United States Joey Archibald 1939 - May 20, 1940
6 United States Harry Jeffra May 20, 1940 - May 12, 1941
7 United States Joey Archibald May 12, 1941 - September 11, 1941
8 United States Chalky Wright September 11, 1941 - November 20, 1942
9 United States Willie Pep November 20, 1942 - October 29, 1948
10 United States Sandy Saddler October 29, 1948 - February 11, 1949
11 United States Willie Pep February 11, 1949 - September 8, 1950
12 United States Sandy Saddler September 8, 1950 - January 21, 1957 (Retired)
13 Nigeria Hogan Bassey June 24, 1957 - March 18, 1959
14 United States Davey Moore March 18, 1959 - March 21, 1963
15 Mexico Sugar Ramos March 21, 1963 - September 26, 1964
16 Mexico Vicente Saldivar September 26, 1964 - 1967 (Retired)
17 France Johnny Famechon (beat Jose Legra) January 21, 1969 -
18 Japan Kuniaki Shibata 1970 -
19 Nicaragua Alexis Arguello 1976 - January 20, 1977 (Moved to Jr. Lightweight)
20 United States Danny Lopez (beat Roberto Castanon) March 10, 1979 - February 2, 1980
21 Mexico Salvador Sanchez February 2, 1980 - August 12, 1982 (Died in car accident)
22 Panama Eusebio Pedroza (Awarded title by Ring) September 22, 1982 - June 8, 1985
23 Republic of Ireland Barry McGuigan June 8, 1985 - June 23, 1986
24 United States Steve Cruz June 23, 1986 - March 6, 1987
25 Venezuela Antonio Esparragoza March 6, 1987 - March 2, 1989 (Ring stopped recognizing champs)
26 Mexico Marco Antonio Barrera (beat Erik Morales) June 22, 2002 - November 15, 2003
27 Philippines Manny Pacquiao November 15, 2003 - March 19, 2005 (Moved up to Junior Lightweight)

Junior Featherweight

Number Champion Reign
1 Puerto Rico Wilfredo Gómez (beat Nestor Jimenez) March 9, 1979 - May 1983
2 United States Paulie Ayala (beat Bones Adams) February 23, 2002 - May 2004 (Moved to Featherweight)
3 Mexico Israel Vázquez (beat Oscar Larios) December 3, 2005 - March 3, 2007
4 Mexico Rafael Márquez March 3, 2007 - August 4, 2007
5 Mexico Israel Vázquez August 4, 2007 - May 28, 2009 (moved up to Featherweight)

Bantamweight

Number Champion Reign
1 Panama Al Brown 1933 -
2 Spain Baltazar Sangchili 1935 -
3 Puerto Rico Sixto Escobar 1937 - September 23, 1937
4 United States Harry Jeffra September 23, 1937 - February 20, 1938
5 Puerto Rico Sixto Escobar February 20, 1938 - October 4, 1939 (Vacated)
6 United States Lou Salica June 16, 1941 - August 7, 1942
7 United States Manuel Ortiz August 7, 1942 -
8 South Africa Vic Toweel May 31, 1950 - November 15, 1952
9 Australia Jimmy Carruthers November 15, 1952 - May 16, 1954 (Retired)
10 Algeria Robert Cohen 1954 - June 29, 1956
11 Italy Mario D’Agata June 29, 1956 - April 1, 1957
12 Algeria Alphonse Halimi April 1, 1957 - July 8, 1959
13 Mexico Jose Becerra July 8, 1959 - August 30, 1960 (Retired)
14 Brazil Eder Jofre 1961 - May 18, 1965
15 Japan Fighting Harada May 18, 1965 - February 27, 1968
16 Australia Lionel Rose February 27, 1968 - August 22, 1969
17 Mexico Ruben Olivares August 22, 1969 - October 16, 1970
18 Mexico Chucho Castillo October 16, 1970 - April 2, 1971
19 Mexico Ruben Olivares April 2, 1971 -
20 Mexico Romeo Anaya 1973 - November 3, 1973
21 South Africa Arnold Taylor November 3, 1973 - July 3, 1974
22 South Korea Soo Hwan Hong July 3, 1974 - March 14, 1975
23 Mexico Alfonso Zamora March 14, 1975 - November 19, 1977
24 Panama Jorge Lujan November 19, 1977 - August 29, 1980
25 Puerto Rico Julian Solis August 29, 1980 - November 14, 1980
26 United States Jeff Chandler November 14, 1980 - April 7, 1984
27 United States Richie Sandoval April 7, 1984 - March 10, 1986
28 United States Gaby Canizales March 10, 1986 - June 4, 1986
29 Venezuela Bernardo Pinango June 4, 1986 - March 1987 (moved up to junior featherweight)

Junior Bantamweight

The Ring has not yet awarded a championship in the junior bantamweight division.

Flyweight

Number Champion Reign
1 Philippines Pancho Villa June 18, 1923 - September 24, 1925
2 United States Fidel LaBarba July 7, 1926 - August 23, 1927 (LaBarba moved up to Bantamweight)
3 Scotland Benny Lynch (Defeated Small Montana) January 19, 1937 - March 24, 1938 (Lynch moved up in weight class)
4 Scotland Jackie Paterson 1944 -
5 Northern Ireland Rinty Monaghan 1948 - April 1950 (Retired)
6 England Terry Allen 1950 - August 1, 1950
7 United States Dado Marino August 1, 1950 - May 19, 1952
8 Japan Yoshio Shirai May 19, 1952 - November 26, 1954
9 Argentina Pascual Perez November 26, 1954 - April 16, 1960
10 Thailand Pone Kingpetch April 16, 1960 - October 10, 1962
11 Japan Fighting Harada October 10, 1962 - January 12, 1963
12 Thailand Pone Kingpetch january 12, 1963 - September 18, 1963
13 Japan Hiroyuki Ebihara September 18, 1963 - January 23, 1964
14 Thailand Pone Kingpetch January 23, 1964 - April 23, 1965
15 Italy Salvatore Burruni April 23, 1965 - June 14, 1966
16 Scotland Walter McGowan June 14, 1966 - December 30, 1966
17 Thailand Chartchai Chionoi December 30, 1966 - February 23, 1969
18 Mexico Efren Torres February 23, 1969 -
19 Philippines Erbito Salavarria 1971 - February 9, 1973
20 Thailand Venice Borkorsor February 9, 1973 - 1973 (moved up to bantamweight)
21 Mexico Miguel Canto (beat Shoji Oguma) January 8, 1975 - March 18, 1979
22 South Korea Chan-Hee Park March 18, 1979 - May 18, 1980
23 Japan Shoji Oguma May 18, 1980 - May 12, 1981
24 Mexico Antonio Avelar May 12, 1981 - March 20, 1982
25 Colombia Prudencio Cardona March 20, 1982 - July 24, 1982
26 Mexico Freddie Castillo July 24, 1982 - November 6, 1982
27 Dominican Republic Eleoncio Mercedes November 6, 1982 - March 15, 1983
28 England Charlie Magri March 15, 1983 - September 27, 1983
29 Philippines Frank Cedeno September 27, 1983 - January 18, 1984
30 Japan Koji Kobayashi January 18, 1984 - April 9, 1984
31 Mexico Gabriel Bernal April 9, 1984 - October 8, 1984
32 Thailand Sot Chitalada October 8, 1984 - July 24, 1988
33 South Korea Yong-Kang Kim July 24, 1988 - March 2, 1989 (Ring ceased publication for 7 months)

Junior Flyweight

Number Champion Reign
1 Nicaragua Rosendo Álvarez March 31, 2003 - October 2, 2004
2 Mexico Hugo Cázares (beat Nelson Dieppa) September 30, 2006 - August 25, 2007
3 Puerto Rico Ivan Calderón August 25, 2007 - Present

Strawweight

The Ring has not yet awarded a championship in the Strawweight division.

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