Earlier this week the WBC Muaythai published their latest rankings update, taking into account results which happened around the world during the month of June.
After entering the Cruiserweight world rankings at #9 in last month’s update, the UK’s #1 Juan Cervantes went on to stop UK #2 and World Light-Heavyweight #7 Rob Allen at Champions Collide on 8th June.
Since then, Cervantes has secured a six-fight deal with ONE Championship which has caught the attention of the WBC Muaythai panel who have promoted the Northern Kings star to #1 in the Cruiserweight division.
With the change, Bad Company’s Mateusz Duczmal drops one place to #4.
After winning his comeback fight at MTGP 27 in Manchester, Bilal Remassy enters the Light-Heavyweight rankings at #7, with Danny Edwards (#5), Rob Allen (#8) and Dylan Meagher (#9) all dropping one place from last month.
After another victory on MAX Muaythai in Pattaya last month, UK’s Sam Gough climbs one place to #7 in the Super-Middleweight division.
For a full list of the Top 20 in every weight category, you can visit the WBC Muaythai website here.