Rankings February 2024

1
Chingiz Allazov
ONE Championship
61-5 (37 KO's)
2
Superbon
ONE Championship
114-36 (28 KO's)
3
Toki Tamaru
1
RISE
17-3 (3 KO's)
1
4
Donovan Wisse
1
GLORY Kickboxing
20-1 (10 KO's)
1
5
Kazuki Osaki
1
RISE
42-6 (21 KO's)
1
6
Rico Verhoeven
1
GLORY Kickboxing
61-10 (19 KO's)
1
7
Superlek
NR
ONE Championship
137-29 (42 KO's)
NR
8
Petchpanomrung
GLORY Kickboxing
170-40 (27 KO's)
9
Chadd Collins
RISE
60-18 (30 KO's)
10
Marat Grigorian
NR
ONE Championship
67-13 (35 KO's)
NR
1
Rico Verhoeven
2
Tariq Osaro
3
Antonio Plazibat
4
Jamal Ben Saddik
5
Roman Kryklia
6
Levi Rigters
7
Rade Opačić
8
Guto Inocente
9
Sofian Laidouni
10
Benjamin Adegbuyi
1
Donegi Abena
1
2
Sergey Maslobojev
1
3
Ștefan Lătescu
1
4
Ibrahim El Bouni
1
5
Felipe Micheletti
1
6
Tarik Khbabez
1
7
Thian De Vries
1
8
Nikita Kozlov
1
9
Mikita Shostak
1
10
Valery Bizyaev
NR
1
Donovan Wisse
2
Michael Boapeah
3
Islam Murtazaev
4
Ulric Bokeme
5
Serkan Ozcaglayan
6
Sergey Ponomarev
7
Sergej Braun
8
Mohamed Touchassie
9
Ertugrul Bayrak
10
Aleksandar Petrov
1
Endy Semeleer
2
Alim Nabiev
3
Chico Kwasi
4
Dmitry Menshikov
5
Jay Overmeer
6
Bogdan Shumarov
7
Hamicha
8
Arian Sadikovic
2
9
Diaguely Camara
10
Teodor Hristov
1
Chingiz Allazov
2
Superbon
3
Marat Grigorian
1
4
Sitthichai
1
5
Tyjani Beztati
6
Tayfun Özcan
7
Tawanchai
8
Kaito Ono
9
Stoyan Koprivlenski
10
Ouyang Feng
1
Chadd Collins
2
Petchpanomrung
3
Kento Haraguchi
4
Hiroki Akimoto
5
Wei Rui
6
Tetsuya Yamato
7
Jia Aoqi
1
8
David Mejia
1
9
Chihiro Suzuki
10
Kiamran Nabati
1
Yuki Yoza
2
Kongnapa
3
Taio Asahisa
4
Zhu Shuai
5
Jin Ying
6
Chan-Hyung Lee
7
Kan Nakamura
8
Hiroki Kasahara
9
Tatsuya Oiwa
10
Yuto Shinohara
1
Superlek
NR
2
Takeru
1
3
Rémi Parra
1
4
Leona Pettas
1
5
Hirotaka Asahisa
1
6
Taiga Kawabe
7
Chan-Hyung Lee
2
8
Hyuma Hitachi
1
9
Yuki Kasahara
1
10
Tomoya Yokoyama
1
1
Taito Gunji
2
Keisuke Monguchi
3
Kyo Kawakami
4
Kaito Sakaguchi
5
Haruto Yasumoto
6
Toma Tanabe
7
Shoki Kaneda
8
Tatsuya Tsubakihara
9
Wang Junguang
10
Kotaro Yamada
1
Akihiro Kaneko
2
Masashi Kumura
3
Toki Tamaru
4
Kumandoi
5
Shiro
6
Koki Osaki
7
Masahiko Suzuki
8
Akram Hamidi
9
Koyata Yamada
10
Yugo Kato
1
Kazuki Osaki
2
Jin Mandokoro
3
Toma Kuroda
4
Ryu Hanaoka
5
Issei Ishii
6
Koji Ikeda
7
Yodsila
8
Ryuki Matsuda
1
9
Riku Kazushima
1
10
Kazuki Miburo
NR
1
Jorina Baars
2
Phetjeeja
3
Koyuki Miyazaki
1
4
Antonia Prifti
1
5
Anissa Meksen
1
6
KANA
1
7
Li Mingrui
1
8
Miyuu Sugawara
1
9
Arina Kobayashi
1
10
Sarah Moussaddak
NR
1
Jorina Baars
2
Dajenka Meijer
3
Nina Van Dalum
4
Hélène Connart
5
Kelly Danioko
6
Ibtissam Kassrioui
7
Christelle Barbot
8
Andreea Cebuc
9
Aurore Llorens
1
10
Clara Pennequin
NR
1
Li Mingrui
1
2
Sarah Moussaddak
1
3
Anaelle Angerville
1
4
Nina Van Dalum
1
5
Débora Évora
1
6
Antonia Prifti
1
7
Hélène Connart
1
8
Chellina Chirino
1
9
Ella Grapperhaus
1
10
Seina
NR
1
Phetjeeja
2
Antonia Prifti
3
Anissa Meksen
4
KANA
5
Tessa De Kom
6
Cristina Morales
7
Manazo Kobayashi
8
Aurore Dos Santos
9
Liu Yueer
10
SAHO
1
Arina Kobayashi
2
Erika
3
AKARI
4
Emilie Machut
5
Wakana Miyazaki
6
Erivan Barut
7
Panchan Rina
8
Marine Lievrouw
9
Dimitra Agathangelidou
10
Marine Bigey
1
Koyuki Miyazaki
2
Miyuu Sugawara
3
Arina Kobayashi
4
Kira Matsutani
5
Phayahong
6
MISAKI
7
Koto Hiraoka
8
Mako Yamada
9
Momoka
10
Sami Ogawa

As Kickboxing continues to grow on a global scale with promotions like GLORY, K-1, ONE Championship, and more, fighters are constantly jockeying for position in the media's eyes (and rankings). Every month, Beyond Kick will compile Kickboxing rankings for each weight class from Heavyweight to Flyweight as well as the pound-for-pound for both men and women.

  1. Results. This is the most objective criterion and takes precedence over all others.
  2. Accomplishments. A fighter's accomplishments in the recent past can be a factor to determine his place in the ratings. That includes the quality of opposition.
  3. Performance. How a fighter performs in a victory or defeat can be a factor to determine his place in the ratings.

 

Disqualification Criteria & Guidelines

  • Fighters are ineligible for the rankings when they have been inactive for 18 or more months. Fights under Muay Thai rules don't count!
    • If a fighter officially retires from the sport, or expresses his intention to take an extended break they will still be ranked for one month, but removed after.
    • If a fighter makes the switch to MMA or boxing, and it's uncertain whether he will return or he's retired, he will be removed after twelve months of inactivity. 
    • Due to the insufficient level of drug testing throughout different promotions, fighters testing positive for banned substances will not be removed from the rankings, nor will it influence their standing in the rankings. However, if the announced suspension period plus the time they've been inactive since their last fight exceeds 18 months they will be removed immediately. 
  • Contenders active in two or more divisions may be removed from a division’s rankings after twelve months of inactivity with no scheduled bout on the horizon.
  • Although close losses and poor wins may be reflected in the rankings, the board will refrain from nullifying the official results.
  • The board reserves the right to adjust rankings for lack of notable results in an extended period of time. 
  • To accommodate for promotions with different weight classes and catchweight fights, fighters are given a 0.5 KG allowance for every division up to Super Featherweight and a 1 KG one for Lightweight and above.

 


The Beyond Kick rankings are compiled by Kevin Strobel (Beyond Kickboxing), Ulysse Abdat (Beyond Kickboxing), Borna Pico (Beyond Kickboxing), Anthony Barry (Beyond Kickboxing), Zach Aittama (Combat Press), Lucas Bourdon (Au Bord Du Ring), Don Goodman (A Podcast about Kickboxing), Bjarne Collet (Main Event NL).