NEW JERSEY, USA: DEC. 15, 2013: Hurricane Harry Simon of Namibia climbed to # 11 in the IBF world Light Heavyweight ratings one step from the October’s # 12 rating. “King” Gottlieb Ndokosho jumped from # 14 to # 9 at the Featherweight in I/C ratings earning a stab at the IBF I/C Title early next year.
The Princess of African boxing Helen Joseph of Nigeria maintained # 1 at the IBF world ratings Featherweight division setting a stage for her gigantic derby with champion Dahianna Santana of Dominican Republic “the beauties fireworks feminine affairs” much sooner!
Braiham “Bukom Banku” Kamako of Ghana is rated at # 14 at the IBF world ratings and number 2 at the IBF I/C Cruiserweight ratings while Thabiso Mchunu of South Africa is rated at #1 at the IBF I/C rating respectively. The IBF I/C title is vacant at the moment.
Thomas Oosthuizen from South Africa is rated at # 3 in Super Middle Weight while the world champion is Carl Froch United Kingdom.
The IBF AM&PG Jr. Middleweight champion Ayoub Nefzi of Tunisia is rated at # 2 at the IBF I/C while Joshua Okine of Ghana settled at # 8 in the same weight division. The title is vacant and the two boxer are breathing for a major battle of the year 2014 soon.
The IBF Continental Africa Jr. Welterweight Albert Mensah climbed to # 7 at the Jr. Welterweight IBF world ratings and # 2 at the I/C ratings respectively. The champion is Lamont Peterson of United States.
Jeffery Mathebula from South Africa maintained his # 1 at the Jr. Featherweight world rating setting a stage to challenge champion Kiko Martinez of Spain.
The IBF International Welterweight champion Fredrick Lawson of Ghana is # 3 at the IBF I/C ratings while his country buddy Patrick Allotey is # 14 respectively. The champion is Dan Ion of Romania.
Former IBF Continental Africa Lightweight champion Richard Commey from Ghana maintain his # 1 at the Lightweight division in IBF I/C ratings while his county buddy Maxwell Awuku keep # 9 and Hedi Slimane of Tunisia is # 14 in the same I/C Lightweight ratings. The champion is Kevin Mitchell of United Kingdom.
Boxer Malcolm Klassen of South Africa keep # 10 in Jr. Lightweight division while the title is vacant.
The new IBF International Featherweight Champion “King” Gotttlieb Ndokosho from Namibia jumped from # 14 to # 9 respectively making his presence in the I/C ratings awesome to the other boxers. The IBF has given a nod to the "King" Ndokosho to vie for the IBF I/C Featherweight Title early next year.
Boxer Kid Galahad of Qatar is rated at # 5 at the Jr. Featherweight I/C division while the champion is Carl Frampton of Northern Ireland.
Former IBF International bantamweight champion Immanuel Naidjala of Namibia keep his # 3 while Ghanian John Amuzu is rated at # 5 at the I/C bin the same antamweight division. The title is vacant.