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1 (27)(43) Manny Pacquiao (PHI); Belts: 112, 122, 126 (2003-11-15), 130, 135, 140 & 147 9474
2 (30)(48) Floyd Mayweather, Jr. (USA); Belts: 130, 135, 140 2005-06-25, 147 & 154 6493
3 (20)(25) Oscar De La Hoya (USA); Belts: 130, 135, 140 (1996-06-07), 147, 154 & 160 3959
4 (25)(39) James Toney (USA); Belts: 160, 168 & 175 (1996-08-09) 2265
5 5 Sugar Ray Robinson (USA) Belts: 147 & 160, but didn't win the 175 world title 2213
6 (26)(41) Shane Mosley (USA); Belts: 135, 147 & 154 (2003-09-13) 1521
7 *World Boxing Association (WBA) - founded in 1921 1085
8 *World Boxing Council (WBC) - founded in 1963 915
9 21 Chris Eubank (UK) Belts: 160 & 168, but didn't win the 190 world title 841
10 (N/A)(49) Zab Judah (USA); Belts: 140, 147 & 154 (2007-11-17) 775
11 (11)(11) Thomas Hearns (USA); Belts: 147, 154, 175 (1987-10-29), 160 & 168 661
12 *World Boxing Organization (WBO) - founded in 1988 647
13 (29)(45) Marco Antonio Barrera (MEX); Belts: 122, 126 & 130 (2004-11-27) 636
14 (28)(44) Erik Morales (MEX); Belts: 122, 126 & 130 (2004-02-28) 613
15 *International Boxing Federation (IBF) - founded in 1976 611
16 (16)(16) Pernell Whitaker (USA); Belts: 135, 140, 147 (1993-03-06)& 154 328
17 (N/A)(19)Roger Mayweather (USA); Belts: 130, 140 & 147 (1994-05-28) 287
18 (N/A)(52) Vic Darchinyan (ARM); Belts: 112, 115 & 118 (2010-05-20) 278
19 (4)(4) Henry Armstrong (USA); Belts: 126, 135 & 147 (1938-05-31) 269
20 (1)(1) Bob Fitzsimmons (UK/NZ); Belts: 160, HVY & 175 (1903-11-25) 268
21 (12)(12) Jeff Fenech (AUS); Belts: 118, 122 & 126 (1988-03-07) 222
22 (5)(5) Emile Griffith (VI); Belts: 154, 147 & 160 (1966-4-25) 210
23 10 Meldrick Taylor (USA) Belts: 140 & 147, but didn't win the 154 world title 209
24 (32)(51) Fernando Montiel (MEX); Belts: 112, 115 & 118 (2009-04-25) 185
25 (24) (35) Johnny Tapia (USA); Belts: 115, 118 & 126 (2002-04-27) 167
26 European Boxing Union (EBU) 148
27 1 Georges Carpentier (FRA) Belts: 160 & 175, but didn't win the Hvy world title 146
28 32 Cory Spinks (USA) Belts: 147 & 154, but didn't win the 160 & 140 world titles 141
29 (3)(3) Barney Ross (USA);Belts: 135, 140 & 147 (1934-05-28) 140
30 8 Azumah Nelson (GHA) Belts: 126 & 130, but didn't win the 135 world title 133
31 20 Michael Nunn (USA) Belts: 160 & 168, but didn't win the 175 world title 127
32 (N/A)(22)Bobby Czyz (USA); Belts: 175, 190 & 210 (1995-12-10) 126
33 (15)(15) Iran Barkley (USA); Belts: 160, 168 & 175 (1992-03-20) 124
34 9 Donald Curry (USA) Belts: 147 & 154, but didn't win the 160 world title 122
35 (18)(20) Mike McCallum (JAM); Belts: 154, 160 & 175 (1994-07-23) 114
36 3 Kid Chocolate (CUB) Belts: 126 & 130, but didn't win the 135 world title 104
37 27 Paulie Ayala (USA) Belts: 122 & 118, but didn't win the 126 world title 83
38 14 Tony Lopez (USA) Belts: 130 & 135, but didn't win the 140 world title 74
39 (N/A)(29) Greg Haugen (USA); Belts: 135, 140 & 147 (1998-11-20) 71
40 6 Fighting Harada (JAP) Belts: 112 & 118, but didn't win the 126 world title 56
41 (N/A)(23)Joey Gamache (USA); Belts: 130, 135 & 140 (1996-03-31) 54
42 2 Mickey Walker (USA) Belts: 147 & 160, but didn't win the 175 world title 46
43 (2)(2) Tony Canzoneri (USA);Belts: 126, 135 & 140 (1931-04-24) 44
44 (N/A)(32) Junior Jones (USA); Belts: 118, 122 & 126 (1999-04-10) 44
45 New York State Athletic Commission (NYSAC) 44
46 31 Jesse James Leija (USA) Belts: 130 & 135, but didn't win the 140 world title 43
47 (17)(17) Duke McKenzie (UK); Belts: 112, 118 & 122 (1992-10-15) 38
48 (N/A)(36) Lehlohonolo Ledwaba (SA); Belts: 118, 122 & 126 (2002-07-27) 37
49 15 Simon Brown (USA) Belts: 147 & 154, but didn't win the 160 world title 36
50 (N/A)(21)Lester Ellis (Aus); Belts: 130, 125, 140 (1994-12-03), 147 & 154 32
51 17 Frank Tate (USA) Belts: 160 & 175, but didn't win the 168 world title 30
52 (N/A)(46) Damaen Kelly (England); Belts: 112, 115 & 118 (2004-12-17) 29
53 11 Hilario Zapata (PAN) Belts: 108 & 112, but didn't win the 115 world title 29
54 23 Dingaan Thobela (SA) Belts: 135 & 168, but didn't win the 160 world title 28
55 (N/A)(27) Orlando Canizales (USA);Belts: 118, 122 & 126 (1996-11-02) 27
56 (N/A)(37) Sirimongkol Singwangcha (THAI); Belts: 115, 118 & 130 (2002-08-24) 25
57 (N/A)(42) Silvio Branco (ITA); Belts: 160, 168 & 175 (2003-10-10) 22
58 25 Saul Montana (MEX) Belts: 190 & Hvy, but didn't win the 175 & 210 world titles 21
59 (N/A)(40) Danny Romero (USA); Belts: 112, 115 & 122 (2003-05-23) 21
60 (N/A)(34) Cassius Baloyi (SA); Belts: 122, 126 & 130 (2002-04-17) 20
61 (22)(30) Leo Gamez (VEN); Belts: 105, 108, 112 (1999-03-13) & 115 19
62 28 Mbulelo Botile (SA) Belts: 118 & 126, but didn't win the 130 world title 15
63 (N/A)(47) Rob Calloway (USA) Belts: 175, 210 & Hvy (2005-06-24) 14
64 16 Louie Espinoza (USA) Belts: 122 & 126, but didn't win the 135 world title 13
65 26 Mark Johnson (USA) Belts: 112 & 115,but didn't win the 118 world title 13
66 (N/A)(31) Mauricio Pastrana (COL); Belts: 108, 112, 115 (1999-04-03) & 118 10
67 13 Hiroki Ioka (JAP) Belts: 105 & 108, but didn't win the 112 & 115 world titles 9
68 4 Newsboy Brown (USA) Belts: 112 & 118, but didn't win the 126 world title 7
69 (N/A)(38) Mzukisi Sikali (SA); Belts: 108, 112 & 115 (2002-09-14) 7
70 (6)(6) Wilfred Benítez (PR); Belts: 140, 147 & 154 (1981-05-23) 7
71 (13)(13) Héctor Camacho (PR); Belts: 130, 135 & 140 (1989-03-06) 5
72 (7)(7) Alexis Argüello (NIC); Belts: 126, 130 & 135 (1981-06-20) 5
73 (N/A)(26) James "Buddy" McGirt (USA); Belts: 140, 147 & 154 (1996-10-25) 5
74 19 Ray Domenge (USA) Belts: 175 & 160, but didn't win the 168 world title 5
75 (10)(10) Ray Charles Leonard (USA); Belts: 147, 154, 160 (1987-04-06), 168 & 175 < 5
76 7 Bobby Chacón (USA) Belts: 126 & 130, but didn't win the 135 world title < 5
77 34 Gerry Peñalosa (PHI) Belts: 115 & 118, but didn't win the 122 world title < 5
78 (31)(50) Juan Manuel Márquez (MEX); Belts: 126, 130 & 135 (2008-09-13) < 5
79 (N/A)(18)Vinny Pazienza (USA); Belts: 135, 154 & 168 1993-12-28 < 5
80 (33)(53) Miguel Ángel Cotto (PR); Belts: 140, 147 & 154 (2010-06-05) < 5
81 (21)(28) Roy Jones Jr. (USA); Belts: 160, 168, 175 (1996-11-22) & Hvy < 5
82 (8)(8) Roberto Durán (PAN); Belts: 135, 147, 154 (1983-06-16) & 160 < 5
83 (23)(33) Félix Trinidad (PR); Belts: 147, 154 & 160 (2001-05-13) < 5
84 29 Fulgencio Zuniga (COL) Belts: 160 & 168, but didn't win the 154 world title < 5
85 24 Fahlan Sakkreerin (THA) Belts: 105 & 112, but didn't win the 108 world title < 5
86 12 Raúl Pérez (MEX) Belts: 118 & 122, but didn't win the 130 world title < 5
87 National Boxing Association (NBA) - changed its name to World Boxing Association (WBA) in 1962 < 5
88 (9)(9) Wilfredo Gómez (PR); Belts: 122, 126 & 130 (1985-05-19) < 5
89 33 José Luis Castillo (MEX) Belts: 130 & 135, but didn't win the 140 world title < 5
90 (28) Érik Morales (MEX); Belts: 122, 126 & 130 (2004-02-28) < 5
91 18 Jorge Parra (MEX) Belts: 126 & 130, but didn't win the 135 world title < 5
92 (14)(14) Julio César Chávez (MEX); Belts: 130, 135 & 140 (1989-05-13) < 5
93 (19)(24) Wilfredo Vázquez (PR); Belts: 118, 122 & 126 (1996-05-18) < 5
94 22 Angel Almena (PR) Belts: 112 & 115, but didn't win the 122 world title < 5
95 30 Dennis Holbaek Pedersen (DEN) Belts: 130 & 135, but didn't win the 140 world title < 5
96 *The Ring - boxing's most respected magazine that was founded in 1922<br>The Ring has its own version of lineal championship and began awarding championship belts in 1922. The Lineal Champion is also known as the true champion of the division. The Ring Champion holds the linear reign to the throne, the man who beat the man. The Ring stopped giving belts to world champions in the 1990s but began again in 2002. 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." The Ring claims to be more authoritative and open than the sanctioning bodies' rankings, with a page devoted to full explanations for ranking changes. A fighter pays no sanctioning fees to defend or fight for the title at stake, contrary to practices of the sanctioning bodies. There are currently only two ways that a boxer can win The Ring<nowiki>'</nowiki>s title: defeat the reigning champion; or win a box-off between The Ring<nowiki>'</nowiki>s number-one and number-two rated contenders (or, sometimes, number-one and number-three rated). {{cite web |last=Kellerman |first=Max |authorlink=Max Kellerman |url=http://static.espn.go.com/boxing/columns/kellerman_max/1715320.html < 5

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