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Nothing less than eleven unified champions in world boxing

In these times, boxing is benefiting greatly from the unification fights for the crowns of the four organizations that go


In these times, boxing is benefiting greatly from the unification fights for the crowns of the four organizations that govern world boxing.

Of the 68 world titles that there is in current boxing (17 weight categories by the four organisms WBC-WBA-IBF-WBO), 30 are unified, belonging to champions who have several titles, of course the same weight. Therefore, 44% of the titles are unified, being a hopeful number for the belts to be disputed in duels of champions (those recognized by each body).

All these fights increase the emotion and the quality of the fights, so we can consider that we are in a great moment in this sense for world boxing.

The unified champions there are currently eleven, who have the thirty titles mentioned:
*Saul Alvarez-Super Middleweight-The four belts (WBC-WBA-IBF-WBO)
*Josh Taylor-Super light weight-The four belts (WBC-WBA-IBF-WBO)
*Oleksandr Usyk-Heavyweight-Three belts (WBA-IBF-WBO)
*Jermell Charlo-Super welterweight-Three belts (WBC-WBA-IBF)
*Errol Spence-Welterweight-Three belts (WBC-WBA-IBF)
*george cambosos-Light weight-Three belts (WBA-IBF-WBO)
*Artur Beterbyev-Light heavyweight-Two belts (WBC-IBF)
*Gennady Golovkin-Middleweight-Two belts (WBA-IBF)
*Stephen Fulton-Super Bantamweight-Two belts (WBC-WBO)
*Murodjon Akhmadaliev-Super Bantamweight-Two belts (WBA-IBF)
*Naoya Inoue-Bantamweight-Two belts (WBA-IBF)

You can consult the permanently updated list of champions, their latest fights and their plans, in the ESPABOX Champions Table.