Top 25 Beautiful & Sexy Female Boxers of 2023

Beautiful Female Boxers

There is no question that women’s boxing is one of the most exciting and fastest-growing sports in the world. In recent years, more and more women have been training to become professional boxers, and the competition has never been tougher.

That begs the question: who are the top beautiful female boxers of 2023? That’s what we wanted to find out. Here we look at the hottest female boxers on the planet right now. 

25. Delfine Persoon (Belgium)

  • Pro Debut: 2009
  • Birthday: January 14th, 1985
  • Height: 5′ 9″/175cm
  • Weight: Super Feather
  • Instagram: delfine_persoon

Delfine Persoon was born in Belgium on January 14th, 1985. She was working as a railway police woman before beginning her career in professional boxing in 2009, whereas before that, she participated in competitive judo.

Throughout her career, Persoon has earned the EBU European Championship in 2011, IBF female lightweight title in 2012, and WBC female lightweight title from 2014 to 2019.

In 2020 she was ranked the world’s best active female super-featherweight by BoxRec, second best active lightweight by The Ring, and the second-best active female pound-for-pound by BoxRec.

24. Fabiana Bytyqi (Czech Republic)

  • Pro Debut: 2015
  • Birthday: December 30th, 1995
  • Height: 5′ 4½″/164cm
  • Weight: Atom
  • Instagram: bytyqifabiana

Fabiana Bytyqi was born in the Czech Republic in 1995. She started practicing karate at the extremely early age of 4.

Later on, she would switch to kickboxing, then Muay Thai, and then finally to boxing. Her first professional boxing match happened in 2015 and shortly after, she won the WBC youth female minimumweight championship.

In 2018, Fabiana Bytyqi would go on to win the WBC female atomweight title, making her the first Czech female boxer to win a major world title. In 2020 she was ranked the world’s sixth-best active female atomweight by BoxRec.

23. Marlen Esparza (USA)

  • Pro Debut: 2017
  • Birthday: July 29th, 1989
  • Height: 5′ 3″/160cm
  • Weight:  Fly
  • Instagram: marlen_esparza

Marlen Esparza was born in the United States of America in Texas on the 29th of July, 1989. She was the first American woman to qualify for the first-ever Olympic women’s boxing competition.

That was in 2012, when she won a bronze medal in the flyweight category. Marlen Esparza also has competed in many other competitions such as the 2006 Women’s World Boxing Championship, 2014 and 2016 AIBA Women’s World Boxing Championship, and others.

She also participated in marketing deals with companies such CoverGirl cosmetics, Golden Boy Promotions, and Coca-Cola.

22. Jessica McCaskill (USA)

  • Pro Debut: 2016
  • Birthday: September 8th, 1984
  • Height: 5′ 6″/168cm
  • Weight: Welter
  • Instagram: jessica.mccaskill

Jessica McCaskill is a hot female boxer who was born in Missouri, United States. She started her amateur career in 2008 as a way to improve her body.

Realizing she is good at it, she would climb the skill ladder and earn the 2010 Golden Gloves award. Further on McCaskill would go on to win the Golden Glove Championship titles in both 2014 and 2015.

Now she is the undisputed holder of the female welterweight titles as of 2020. She also held the WBC super lightweight title from 2018 to 2020 and the WBA super lightweight title from 2019 to 2020.

21. Katie Taylor (Ireland)

  • Pro Debut: 2016
  • Birthday: July 2nd, 1986
  • Height: 5′ 5″/165cm
  • Weight: Light
  • Instagram: katie_t86

There’s no doubt that Katie Tayor is a pretty female boxer but she’s also one of the most deadly female fighters on the planet. Katie Taylor was in Ireland in 1986 and is a former footballer who turned herself into a professional boxer.

Taylor began boxing at the very early age of 12 in an old gymnasium where she lived. She and her brothers were coached by her father who himself was an Irish senior light heavyweight champion. 

Taylor’s height is 165cm and she currently competes in the lightweight category. She boasts an impressive feat of becoming one of the eleven boxers in history to simultaneously hold four major world championship titles (WBA, WBC, IBF, and WBO).

20. Hollie Dunaway (USA)

  • Pro Debut: 2003
  • Birthday: October 18th, 1984
  • Height: 5′ 0″/152cm
  • Weight: Minimum
  • Instagram: hollie_dunaway

Hollie Dunaway was born in Arkansas, on October 18th, 1984. She made headway into professional boxing in 2003 without any prior amateur experience.

In 2004 she earned the IBA female mini flyweight title and held it until 2006. Later on, she would go on to challenge for three major world titles before retiring from boxing in 2013.

Standing tall at 152cm, Dunaway would compete in four different weight divisions throughout her career. 

19. Avril Mathie (Australia)

  • Pro Debut: 2018
  • Birthday: June 26th, 1987
  • Height: 5′ 7½″/171cm
  • Weight: Bantam
  • Instagram: avrilmathie

Avril Mathie started her boxing career in 2012. 20 amateur fights later she became a professional in December 2018. For her talent, she was signed on by MTK global and boats a near-perfect record of 8 wins and 1 draw. 

In 2014, Avril won Miss Swimsuit USA as well as the International Model Search in Las Vegas. The awards don’t stop there. In 2012, she came in the top 5 in the Miss Fashion TV International Diamond Model awards. Avril has a well-known fitness model career alongside her boxing.

18. Amanda Serrano (Puerto Rico)

  • Pro Debut: 2009
  • Birthday: October 9th 1988
  • Height: 5′ 5½″/166cm
  • Weight: Feather
  • Instagram: serranosisters

Amanda Serrano was born in Puerto Rico in 1988, and has a long and decorated career in boxing, wrestling, and martial arts.

She is currently a unified featherweight world champion having received the WBO title in 2019 together with WBC and IBO titles in 2021. And this is far from it, Serrano still has plenty of other achievements under her belt.

These include Female Boxer of the Year in the years 2016 and 2018 awarded by WBO as well as the “Super World Championship ”. She also holds the Guinness World Record for most championships won in different weight classes by a female. Serrano has nine major titles across seven different weight categories.

17. Christina Hammer (Germany)

  • Pro Debut: 2009
  • Birthday: August 16th, 1990
  • Height: 5′ 11″/180cm
  • Weight: Super Middle
  • Instagram: ladyhammer_official

Christina Hammer was born in Kazakhstan, but soon after she and her family moved to Germany where later she would kickstart her boxing career.

She is famous for being the youngest boxer to win a WBO world title in the middleweight category in the year 2010 which she held until 2019.

She also held the WBC middleweight title between 2016 and 2018, and WBO super-middleweight title in 2013. Christina Hammer is ranked among the best female boxers right now and has the nickname “Lady Hammer”

16. Shannon Courtenay (UK)

  • Pro Debut: 2019
  • Birthday: July 3rd 1993
  • Height: 5′ 5″/165cm
  • Weight: Bantam
  • Instagram: shannon_courtenay

Shannon Courtenay was born in England on the 3rd of July, 1993. Standing tall at 165cm, she actually didn’t start boxing until the year 2014 and had little interest in it beforehand.

Coming from a bad lifestyle, the sport allowed her to transform her life around. Courtenay began her professional boxing career in 2019 and in 2021 she earned the WBA bantamweight title.

15. Eva Wahlstrom (Finland)

  • Pro Debut: 2010
  • Birthday: October 30t, 1980
  • Height: 5′ 6″/168cm
  • Weight: Super Feather
  • Instagram: eva_wahlstrom

Eva Wahlstrom was born in Finland, and her boxing endeavors began at the age of 15 where she performed spectacularly by winning ten consecutive gold medals at the Finish national championships, four gold medals at the Nordic Championships, and two silver medals at the European Championships. 

After this, she began her professional career in 2010, where soon after she won the European female super-featherweight title in 2012.

In 2015 Wahlstrom defeated her opponent to become the WBC female super-featherweight champion. 

14. Michelle Waterson (USA)

  • Pro Debut: 2008
  • Birthday: January 6th, 1986
  • Height: 5’ 2”/160cm
  • Weight: Super Fly
  • Instagram: karatehottiemma

Michelle Waterson was born in 1986 in Colorado, US. At the very early age of ten, Waterson started practicing karate after which she started doing mixed martial arts. She holds a black belt in American Freestyle Karate and a Brown belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu.

Surprisingly, in her MMA career, Waterson jumped straight into professional fighting while not having fought a single amateur bout. From the year 2013 to 2014 she was ranked number 1 in the women’s atomweight category in the world.

Right now, she is ranked 11th in the UFC women’s strawweight category. Waterson is also known for starring in tv shows Fight Girls and Bully Beatdown where she has gained a considerable following, making her one of the hottest UFC female boxers.

13. Yesica Bopp (Argentina)

  • Pro Debut: 2008
  • Birthday: April 11th, 1984
  • Height: 5′ 0″/153cm
  • Weight: Light Fly
  • Instagram: yesicatutibopp

This Argentine boxer has an impressive track record throughout her career of 37 wins to 3 losses in professional boxing.

The Ring and BoxRec have ranked her as the best active female in light-flyweight in the world. She is also ranked seventh best in pound-for-pound by The Ring and BoxRec, and ninth by ESPN.

Furthermore, Yesica Bopp is a two-division world champion for the light-flyweight title from the WBA (Super) in 2020 and WBA (Regular) from 2009 to 2013.

12. Mia St. John (USA)

  • Pro Debut: 1997
  • Birthday: June 24th, 1967
  • Height: 5′ 6″/168cm
  • Weight: Welter
  • Instagram: miastjohnboxer

Mia St. John was born on June 24th, 1967 in California, US. This American boxer has an impressive career list; she is a model, businesswoman, boxer, and taekwondo champion.

Her professional boxing career began at the age of 29 where after earning a knockout victory within the first 54 seconds of the first round gave her the nickname “The Knockout”. Throughout her life she has competed in many different weight divisions.

She held the WBC champion title in the super welterweight division. Furthermore, she was the IBA and IFBA lightweight champion. Her professional boxing career consists of 49 wins, 14 losses, and 2 draws.

11. Ana Julaton (USA)

  • Pro Debut: 2007
  • Birthday: July 5th, 1980
  • Height: 5′ 5″/165cm
  • Weight: Super Bantam
  • Instagram: anajulaton

Ana Julaton was born in California, US, on July 5th, 1980. She began her investment into martial arts at the age of 10 when she started doing taekwondo.

Soon after she got into boxing and her talent became very clear. She won a silver medal in the Golden Gloves San Francisco tournament just 2 weeks after her boxing training began. She also won her IBA Super Bantamweight world title after just five previous matches.

This makes her one of the fastest boxers to ever win a title. She also won the WBO Super Bantamweight title and has earned the nickname “The Hurricane”.

10. Ina Menzer (Germany/Kazakhstan)

  • Pro Debut: 2004
  • Birthday: November 10th, 1980
  • Height: 5′ 5″/165cm
  • Weight: Feather
  • Instagram: ina_menzer

Ina Menzer was born in Kazakhstan on November 10th, 1980. She and her family would go on to move to Germany and live in the city called Wickrath.

In this city, she was voted Sportswoman of the Year in 2005, 2006, and 2007. Ina Menzer was the world champion in the featherweight division of the WIBF, WBC, and WBO until 2010.

WBO also named her Boxer of the Year in 2009. She has an impressive record of 30 wins and 1 loss throughout the whole of her career.  

9. Claressa Shields (USA)

  • Pro Debut: 2017
  • Birthday: March 17th, 1995
  • Height: 5′ 8″/173cm
  • Weight: Middle
  • Instagram: claressashields

Claressa Shields was born in Michigan and has a long list of achievements in martial arts. For one, she is the only boxer to ever hold four major world titles simultaneously and in two different weight classes (WBA, WBC, IBF, and WBO).

Shields started training in boxing at the early age of 11 after encouragement from her grandmother. She also has won multiple Olympic gold medals in boxing and has an undefeated record.

In 2018 Shields was named Female Fighter of the Year by the Boxing Writers Association of America and is widely regarded as one of the best female boxers of all-time. 

8. Lauryn Eagle (Australia)

  • Pro Debut: 2010
  • Birthday: December 11th, 1987
  • Height: 5′ 8½″/174cm
  • Weight: Light
  • Instagram: lauryneaglewomenboxing

Lauryn Eagle is known not only for her athletic accomplishments but also appearances in popular media. Eagle comes from a background of skiing, and her family has a history of competing in the sport, and she followed in their footsteps.

After skiing, she pursued a career in boxing, starting professionally in 2010. In 2012 she won the WBO women’s super-featherweight title.

Outside of boxing Eagle also participated in the reality tv show The Celebrity Apprentice Australia and is also a former Miss Teen International 2004.

7. Erica Farias (Argentina)

  • Pro Debut: 2009
  • Birthday: July 13th, 1984
  • Height: 5′ 4″/162cm
  • Weight: Super Light
  • Instagram: lapanterafarias

Erica Farias is a proud Argentine boxer who goes by the nickname “La Pantera”. Farias began her amateur career in the year 2005.

Shortly after in 2006, she won a silver medal at the World Championships in India and a gold medal at the Pan American Championships in Argentina.

Her professional boxing began in 2009, whereafter she held the WBC female lightweight title from 2011 to 2014 and WBC female super lightweight title from 2014 to 2018.

6. Paige VanZant (USA)

  • Pro Debut: N/A
  • Birthday: March 26th, 1994
  • Height: 5’ 4” in/163 cm
  • Weight: Flyweight
  • Instagram: paigevanzant

Paige Michelle VanZant was born in Oregon, USA. In her early life, Paige VanZant spent time learning dancing ballet, hip hop and jazz

Eventually, she wanted to learn to defend herself due to the persistent bullying she experienced in school. Because of this, she started to learn different martial arts, such as boxing.

Outside of boxing and other martial arts, VanZant has made television appearances in the series Chopped and Dancing with the stars. He’s not made her pro debut yet, instead competing as a bare-knuckle boxer!

5. Mikaela Mayer (USA)

  • Pro Debut: 2017
  • Birthday: July 4th, 1990
  • Height: 5′ 9″/175cm
  • Weight: Super Feather
  • Instagram: mikaelamayer

For many people, Mikaela Mayer is the hottest girl boxer. In her teenage years, Mayer would spend her time partying and having fun instead of studying. This was until she decided to learn martial arts.

She began her amateur boxing career by earning a bronze medal at the 2012 World Championships and also competed in the 2016 Olympics. Later on, she became a unified super featherweight world champion, holding the WBO title in 2020 and the IBF title in 2021.

In 2021 she was ranked as the world’s second-best active female super featherweight by BoxRec and third by The Ring.

4. Yokasta Valle (Nicaragua/Costa Rica)

  • Pro Debut: 2014
  • Birthday: August 28th, 1992
  • Height: 5′ 4″/163cm
  • Weight: Minimum
  • Instagram: yokavalle_oficial

Yokasta Valle was born in Nicaragua on August 28th, 1992. Shortly after her birth, at 7 years old, she and her family moved to Costa Rica. Valle has stated that in her matches that she represents Costa Rica as well as Nicaragua, as it is her country of origin.

After moving, Valle got into boxing because of her father and had her first match at 13 years old. At mini flyweight, she became an IBF world champion in 2019 and also held the IBF junior title in 2016. In 2020 BoxRec has Valle ranked as the fourth-best fighter in her weight class.

3. Cecilia Braekhus (Colombia/Norway)

  • Pro Debut: 2007
  • Birthday: September 28th, 1981
  • Height: 5′ 7½″/171cm
  • Weight: Welter
  • Instagram: ceciliabraekhus

Cecilia Braekhus was born in Colombia on the 28th of September, 1981, and was later adopted by a Norwegian family and raised in Norway.

She started kickboxing at the age of 14 and soon after started competing in amateur boxing, where she reached an amazing record of 75 wins, 5 draws, and 0 losses thereafter she turned to professional boxing.

Cecilia Braekhuscompetes in the welterweight category, where she was the undisputed champion from 2014 to 2020, holding the WBA, WBC, IBF, and WBO titles simultaneously. Furthermore, she became the first-ever boxer to hold five world titles after adding IBO to the list in 2016.

2. Mariana Juarez (Mexico)

  • Pro Debut: 1998
  • Birthday: January 29th, 1980
  • Height: 5′ 5½″/167cm
  • Weight: Super Bantam
  • Instagram: barbyjuarez

It’s hard to think of hot women boxes without thinking of Mariana Juarez. She was born in Mexico and her boxing career began at the age of 18 when she spent most of her time-fighting amateur bouts all around Mexico.

As she realized there were not many prospects for her boxing career in Mexico she decided to move to the United States.

During her career she was a two-division world champion, holding the WBC female flyweight title from 2011 to 2012 and the WBC female bantamweight title from 2017 to 2020. In 2020 she was ranked as the world’s second-best active bantamweight by The Ring and fifth by BoxRec.

1. Ebanie Bridges (Australia)

  • Pro Debut: 2019
  • Birthday: September 22nd, 1986
  • Height: 5′ 1″/155cm
  • Weight: Bantam
  • Instagram: ebanie_bridges

When it comes to sexy female boxing, Ebanie has to be number one. Ebanie Bridges was born in Australia and in her early life, Bridges practiced karate until the age of 13 when not long after she started training in kickboxing.

In her amateur career, she had a record of 26-4 from 2016 to 2018, during which she earned many state championship titles in the bantamweight category.

In her professional career Bridges has earned the IBF female bantamweight title since March 2022 and has been nicknamed “Blonde Bomber” because of her hair color and her coach’s name Arnel “Bomber” Barotillo

This female boxer model has been known to strip down into sexy underwear for her weigh-ins, much to the delight of the crowd!

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Kenny Jarvis
Kenny Jarvis
I have been practicing and studying boxing since I was a teenager. I am passionate about the sport, along with many other martial arts. While my fighting days may be over, I love channeling my passion into my writing to provide insightful blogs.