Current BKBtm Champions Under New Weight Classes!

With the new BKBtm weight classes coming into place at BKB 20, Toe The Line looks ahead at how this affects the current champions. New belts and plenty of vacancies make this list, in what will surely be a year marked by gold rush. Roll on 2020!

*For note this list will be updated regularly so be sure to check it after every show*

Minimumweight World Champion (Under 10.5 Stone) – Vacant

Minimumweight British Champion (Under 10.5 stone)- Vacant

Flyweight World Champion (10.5 to 11 stone)-Tyler Goodjohn

Flyweight British Champion (10.5 to 11 stone)-Vacant

Bantamweight World Champion (11 to 11.5 stone)- Vacant

Bantamweight British Champion (11 to 11.5 stone)- Vacant

Featherweight World Champion (11.5 to 12 stone)- Ricardo Franco

Featherweight British Champion (11.5 to 12 stone)- Barrie Jones

Lightweight World Champion (12 to 12.5 stone)- Jimmy Sweeney

Lightweight British Champion (12 to 12.5 stone)- Kris Trezise

Welterweight World Champion (12.5 to 13 stone)- Vacant

Welterweight British Champion (12.5 to 13 stone)- Vacant

Super Welterweight World Champion (13 stone to 13.5 stone)- Rob Boardman

Super Welterweight British Champion (13 stone to 13.5 stone)- Daniel Lerwell

Middleweight World Champion (13.5 to 14 stone)- Vacant

Middleweight British Champion (13.5 to 14 stone)- Anthony Holmes

Super Middleweight World Champion (14 to 14.5 stone)- Vacant

Super Middleweight British Champion (14 to 14.5 stone)- Vacant

Light Heavyweight World Champion (14.5 to 15 stone)- Vacant

Light Heavyweight British Champion (14.5 to 15 stone)- Vacant

Cruiserweight World Champion (15 to 16 stone)- Vacant

Cruiserweight British Champion (15 to 16 stone)- Vacant

Heavyweight World Champion (16 stone plus)- Vacant

Heavyweight British Champion (16 stone plus)- Vacant

3 thoughts on “Current BKBtm Champions Under New Weight Classes!

  1. Is the BKB policy of defending your belt within 6 months (extension granted if injured) still in place ? Some of these champions have had the belts longer than 6 months and not defended. Tyler is fighting Sweeny next right? Does this mean that Tyler now vacates the belt he won in Sept because he hasn’t defended in 6 months?

    1. Hi Steve mate,

      Thanks for getting in touch that is correct that the six month rule is in place. Exemptions for injuries and other title shots etc. are in place also hence a few longer hiatuses. British titles however, must be vacated in order for a British Champion to fight for a world title.

      Thanks,

      George

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