1. No boxer shall be rated in more than one (1) weight division.
2. IBF, WBA, WBC, and WBO World Champions will not appear in the numerical ratings.
3. IBF, WBA, WBC, and WBO World Champions will be considered above ranked fighters for the limited purpose of unification.
4. Ratings must be solely based on win/loss records, level of competition, amateur achievement, activity, and a boxer’s adherence to WIBC Rules and regulations. The records of every boxer must be verified by official sources such as Pro Boxing Records (Formerly Fight Fax).
5. For a boxer to be considered for a ranking she must have had at least five (5) professional fights. Two (2) of these bouts must have been scheduled eight (8) rounds. Exceptions may be made for Olympic medalists, Olympic team members, boxers that beat a boxer in the WBIC world ratings and boxers that hold Regional or National Amateur titles.
6. For a boxer to remain in the ratings, she must:
A. compete at least once every fifteen (15) months from the time the boxer gets rated and must also have competed within six (6) pounds of her rated weight;
Boxers who do not meet this requirement will be lowered or removed from the ratings. Exceptions will be made for injuries for a period of up to 90 days with proper medical documentation.
7. Boxers that contract to fight for other world titles shall be considered unavailable and removed from the ratings.
8. It is the responsibility of the boxer’s management to notify the Ratings Committee of a boxer’s activity.
9. All ratings criteria are subject to exception by the Ratings Committee.
Approved 28th May 2019. Effective Immediately.