Top 10 Greatest Female Boxers of All Time

10. Cecilia Braekhus

-Weight(s): Welterweight  -Total fights: 38 -Wins: 36  -A professional boxer from Norway, Braekhus reigned as the undisputed female welterweight champion from 2014 to 2020.

Cecilia Braekhus

9. Anne Wolfe

-Weight(s):   Light middleweight,Middleweight,Super middleweight,Light heavyweight -Total fights: 26 -Wins: 24 - Ann Wolfe (born January 17, 1971) is an American retired boxer, trainer and actress.  She is a member of the International Women's Boxing Hall of Fame.

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8. Holly Holm

-Division: Bantamweight (MMA) Featherweight (MMA) Light Welterweight (Boxing) Welterweight (Boxing and Kickboxing) Light Middleweight (Boxing)  -Total fights: 38 -Wins: 33 - American mixed martial artist who competes in the Ultimate Fighting Championship, Holm is #8 in the UFC women's pound for pound rankings.


7. Christy Martin 

-Weight(s):  Light middleweight,Middleweight,Super middleweight -Total fights: 59 -Wins: 59 -Competing from 1989 to 2012, she held the WBC female super welterweight title in 2009. In 2020 Martin was inducted into the International Boxing Hall of Fame.


6. Regina Halmich 

-Weight(s): Light Flyweight,Flyweight,Super Flyweight -Total fights: 56 -Wins: 54 -Halmich announced her retirement after her farewell fight on 30 November 2007, in which she beat Hagar Finer of Israel by majority decision (96–94, 97–94, 95–95).


5. Giselle Salandy

-Weight(s):  Light welterweight,Light middleweight  -Total fights: 16 -Wins: 16  -Giselle Salandy was an undefeated female boxer on the ring who unfortunately left the mortal realm too early. Salandy held multiple titles in the IWBF, WIBA, WIBF, WBA, WBC, and GBU.

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4. Natascha Ragosina

-Weight(s): super middleweight  -Total fights: 22 -Wins: 22 -Ragosina is an undefeated retired Russian professional boxer who spent much of her career ranked as the top female super middleweight in the world.


3. Ronda Rousey

-Division : Featherweight (2010–2011),Bantamweight (2012–2016)  -Total fights: 14 -Wins: 12 -The first American female to earn an Olympic medal in judo by winning bronze at the 2008 Summer Olympics, Rousey began her mixed martial arts (MMA) career with King of the Cage in 2011.


2. Mary Kom

-Weight class: Atomweight  and Flyweight -Mary Kom is the only female to win the World Amateur Boxing Championship six times.Widely popularized as the “Magnificient Mary,” she is the only boxer (male or female) to win eight World Championship medals.


1. Mia St. John

-Weight(s):  Welterweight,Light welterweight,Lightweight,Super featherweight,Featherweight  -Total fights: 65 -Wins: 49 -At the age of 29, St. John decided to become a professional boxer. In her first bout on February 14, 1997, she knocked out Angelica Villain in 54 seconds of the first round, earning her the nickname "The Knockout.

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