Fight of the year and now #1 Jr Middleweight in the world.

Can't Lose For Winning.... Ranked No. 3 among junior middleweights, Sergio Martinez lost to Paul Williams and … moved up? Yup. Martinez has proved he's one of the world's best, current top five Jr middleweight rankings

1. Sergio Martinez (44-2-2)

Martinez stepped up to middleweight to tangle with the man nobody wants to face, Paul Williams, on Dec. 5 and gave as good as he got. It was a sensational fight. Although Martinez dropped a majority decision that easily could have gone his way, he showed that he is one of the best fighters in the world. If there's no immediate rematch with Williams, which appears unlikely, Martinez will probably defend his title in the spring.
Next: TBA.

2. Sergei Dzindziruk (36-0)

Dzindziruk, mired in promotional problems with Universum, would like to begin fighting in the United States. But first he has to work out his promoter situation.
Next: TBA.

3. Cory Spinks (37-5)

Promoter Don King had planned for Spinks to defend his belt on Oct. 31, but plans change and he didn't appear on the Joseph Agbeko-Yonnhy Perez undercard.
Next: TBA.

4. Kermit Cintron (32-2-1)

The former welterweight titlist was born in Puerto Rico but grew up in Reading, Pa. One of his dreams was to fight in his homeland. Mission accomplished, as he knocked out Juliano Ramos in the fifth round Oct. 24.
Next: TBA.

5. Alfredo "Perro" Angulo (17-1)

The always-entertaining Angulo blew away Harry Joe Yorgey with a crushing third-round knockout on Nov. 7 on HBO. It was Angulo's second win in a row since dropping a competitive decision to Cintron in May. Can't wait to see him again.
Next: TBA.