At Minimumweight we've not seen many changes with the most notable mover being Takumi Sakae (#12) who has climbed slightly this month.
In the Light Flyweight division we've seen some positive and interesting changes with Takuma Inoue (#5) moving up one place. The most notable new inclusion here is Yemeni fighter Ali Raymi (#10).
The changes at Flyweight have been small but notable with Kwanpichit OnesongchaiGym (previously #13) dropping out following his clear loss to Zou Shiming (#4), this has made room for his Thai compatriot Nawaphon Por Chokchai (#14).
Super Flyweight has seen no changes of note regarding Asian fighters.
The changes at Bantamweight have come well down the rankings with Malcolm Tunacao (#11) climbing up 2 places whilst Ryo Akaho (#13) has moved up a single place.
At Super Bantamweight we now find a new entrant in the shape of Hisashi Amagasa (#10), who of course is dropping down from Featherweight, and we've also seen Hidenori Otake (#13) drop down the rankings following his recent loss to Scott Quigg in a world title bout.
At Featherweight we've seen numerous changes with Amagasa (previously #11) dropping out of the Featherweight rankings to a place at Super Bantamweight. Taking Amagasa's position is Filipino Dennis Tubieron (#11) whilst further down the rankings Hiroshige Osawa (#14) has moved into the rankings to replace Rogelio Jun Doliguez.
There have been no changes at Super Featherweight
In the Lightweight division we've seen Jorge Linares (previously #2) removed from the rankings following the announcement of his WBC world title fight. As a result of Linares's removal we've seen numerous fighters moving up a single place, including Petr Petrov (#2), Eduard Troyanovsky (#3) and Takahiro Ao (#4) who will all be hoping to get a world title fight in 2015. Sadly it seems that all of those men are being over-looked for the currently unranked Anthony Crolla who is set to get a world title fight in early 2015.
We've got no changes at Welterweight, Light Middleweight, Middleweight, Super Middleweight or Light Heavyweight.
Cruiserweight sees some small changes with Beibut Shumenov (#2) having some how moved up a place whilst Dmitry Kudryashov (#6) burst on to the rankings following his stunning KO against Juan Carlos Gomez, a third change here has seen Rakhim Chakhkiev (#10) move up a place.
There is no changes at Heavyweight.
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