List of WBA female world champions

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The following is a list of female world champions in the World Boxing Association. Stand: August 4, 2014.

r – Champion relinquished title.
s – Champion stripped of title.

During the 2009 WBA convention in Colombia, Susi Kentikian was named the first ever WBA female Super Champion. It was announced that this belt would be called "Susi Kentikian" belt for all other future Super Champions.

Light minimumweight[edit]

No. Name Duration of reign Defences
1 Japan Mari Ando 2011-09-22 — 2012-09-16 1
2 Japan Ayaka Miyao 2012-09-16 — present 4

Minimumweight[edit]

No. Name Duration of reign Defences
1 Canada Vaia Zaganas 2004-04-08 — 2005r 0
2 South Korea Son Chorong 2006-12-09 — 2009-04-11 2
3 Japan Etsuko Tada 2009-04-11 — 2013-07-23 9
4 Trinidad and Tobago Ria RamnarineInterim 2009-08-20 — 2010-08-10s 0
5 Mexico Ibeth Zamora SilvaInterim 2009-09-05 — 2011-04-17 2
6 Mexico Anabel Ortiz 2013-07-23 — present 2

Light flyweight[edit]

No. Name Duration of reign Defences
1 South Korea Ju Hee Kim 2007-08-24 — 2009s 0
2 Argentina Yésica Yolanda BoppWon interim title, was then elevated to full champion status. 2008-12-05 — present 14

Flyweight[edit]

No. Name Duration of reign Defences
1 Germany Susi Kentikian (Super Champion from 2009/11/18 - 2012/05/16) 2007-02-16 — 2012-12-01 14
2 Mexico Arely MuciñoInterim 2012-02-25 — 2013s 1
3 United States Carina Moreno 2012-12-01 — 2013-07-06 0
4 Germany Susi Kentikian (2) – Interim champion since 2013-02-01, has then beaten Moreno for the regular title. 2013-07-06 — present 2

Super flyweight[edit]

No. Name Duration of reign Defences
1 Mexico Yazmín Rivas 2005-02-28 — 2006r 0
2 South Korea Kim Hana 2006-10-07 — 2007-10-09 2
3 China Zhang Xi Yan 2007-10-09 — 2009-02-26 0
4 Argentina Carolina Marcela Gutiérrez GaiteInterim, in recess since May 2012 2008-10-17 — 2012-08-30 3
5 Japan Tenkai Tsunami 2009-02-26 — 2012-07-09 4
6 Argentina Daniela Romina BermúdezInterim 2012-05-12 — 2014s 4
7 Japan Naoko Yamaguchi 2012-07-09 — 2013-11-13 2
8 Japan Naoko Fujioka 2013-11-13 — present 1
9 Peru Linda Laura LeccaInterim 2014-05-31 — present 0

Bantamweight[edit]

No. Name Duration of reign Defences
1 Mexico Jackie Nava 2005-02-28 — 2005r 0
2 Denmark Anita Christensen 2006-10-14 — 2008-06-21 1
3 Bulgaria Galina Koleva Ivanova 2008-06-21 — 2008s 0
4 Italy Emanuela Pantani 2008-12-19 — 2010s 0
5 Mexico Janeth Pérez 2011-07-16 — 2013-01-05 3
6 Argentina Sabrina Maribel PérezInterim, in recess for a few months during Bermúdez' interim reign 2011-08-12 — 2014s 2
7 Argentina Daniela Romina BermúdezInterim 2012-03-31 — 2012r 0
8 Mexico Irma García 2013-01-05 — present 2

Super bantamweight[edit]

No. Name Duration of reign Defences
1 Argentina Marcela Eliana Acuña (Honorary Champion)
Title was vacated by the WBA on 2009-09-30. Acuña appealed the decision and was named "Champion in recess" on 2010-01-10 before the WBA vacated her belt.
2006-08-12 — 2010-01-20s 5
2 Trinidad and Tobago Lisa Brown 2010-03-27 — 2011-04-02 0
3 Argentina Yésica Patricia MarcosInterim 2010-08-10 — 2011r 2
4 Panama Chanttall Martínez 2011-04-02 — 2012-01-28 2
5 Argentina Yésica Patricia Marcos (2) – Interim champion since 2011-10-08, has then won vacant regular title. 2012-10-06 — present 2
6 Mexico Jackie Nava (In recess since October 2012) 2012-01-28 — 2014-05-24 2
7 Venezuela Alys SánchezInterim 2012-12-08 — 2014-05-24 0
8 Mexico Jackie Nava (2) – Interim 2014-05-24 — present 0

Featherweight[edit]

No. Name Duration of reign Defences
1 China Gao Li Jun 2006-03-25 — 2006r 0
2 South Korea Lee Hwawon 2007-04-30 — 2008r 0
3 South Korea Choi Hyunmi 2008-10-11 — 2013r 7
4 Argentina Claudia Andrea LópezInterim 2009-06-06 — 2010-04-30 0
5 Venezuela Ogleidis SuárezWon interim title, defended it twice, was then elevated to full champion status. 2013-05-10 — 2013-12-13 1
6 Argentina Edith Soledad Matthysse 2013-12-13 — present 0
7 Dominican Republic Dahiana Santana 2014-06-28 — present 0

Super featherweight[edit]

No. Name Duration of reign Defences
1 Peru Kina Malpartida 2009-02-21 — 2013s 6
2 South Korea Kim HyominInterim 2010-07-17 — 2012s 1
3 South Korea Choi HyunmiWon interim title, was then elevated to full champion status. 2013-10-30 — present 1
4 Venezuela Ogleidis SuárezInterim 2014-05-10 — present 0

Lightweight[edit]

No. Name Duration of reign Defences
1 United States Layla McCarter 2006-12-02 — 2011s 2
2 Italy Laura TavecchioInterim 2008-11-21 — June 2009s 0
3 Argentina Alejandra Marina Oliveras 2011-08-12 — 2012r 0
4 Uruguay Cecilia Comunales 2012-03-30 — present 2

Super lightweight[edit]

No. Name Duration of reign Defences
1 France Myriam Lamare 2004-11-08 — 2006-12-02 5
2 France Anne Sophie Mathis 2006-12-02 — 2010s 3
3 Argentina Mónica Silvina Acosta 2011-02-18 — 2014-01-18 3
4 Russia Svetlana KulakovaInterim 2013-08-24 — present 1
5 Argentina Ana Laura Esteche 2014-01-18 — present 1

Welterweight[edit]

No. Name Duration of reign Defences
1 United States Holly Holm 2006-06-10 — 2007r 1
2 Norway Cecilia BrækhusElevated to Super champion on 2014-07-10. 2009-03-14 — present 13
3 South Africa Noni TengeInterim 2014-06-07 — present 0

Super welterweight[edit]

No. Name Duration of reign Defences
1 Trinidad and Tobago Jisselle Salandy 2006-09-15 — 2009-01-04 (died in a vehicular accident) 5
2 Poland Karolina LukasikInterim 2007-09-07 — 2008-03-29 1
3 United States Layla McCarter 2012-09-30 — 2014s 0

Middleweight[edit]

No. Name Duration of reign Defences
1 United Kingdom Bermuda Teresa Perozzi (In recess since August 2013) 2011-12-30 — present 2

Super middleweight[edit]

No. Name Duration of reign Defences
1 Russia Natascha Ragosina 2007-02-17 — 2012s 6

Light heavyweight[edit]

No. Name Duration of reign Defences
1 vacant 0

See also[edit]