List of WBA world champions is a table showing the world champions certificated by World Boxing Association (WBA). This list includes champions certificated by the National Boxing Association (NBA).
r – Champion relinquished title.
s – Champion stripped of title.
Read more about List Of WBA World Champions: Minimumweight (Super Belt: Leo Gamez), Light Flyweight (Super Belt: Yoko Gushiken), Flyweight (Super Belt: Pascual Perez), Super Flyweight (Super Belt: Khaosai Galaxy), Bantamweight (Super Belt: Eder Jofre), Super Bantamweight (Super Belt: Wilfredo Gomez), Featherweight (Super Belt: Eusebio Pedroza), Super Featherweight (Super Belt: Gabriel Elorde), Lightweight (Super Belt: Roberto Duran), Super Lightweight (Super Belt: Antonio Cervantes), Welterweight (Super Belt: Sugar Ray Robinson), Super Welterweight (Super Belt: Thomas Hearns), Middleweight (Super Belt: Carlos Monzon), Super Middleweight (Super Belt: Sugar Ray Leonard), Light Heavyweight (Super Belt: Virgil Hill), Cruiserweight (Super Belt: Evander Holyfield), Heavyweight (Super Belt: Muhammad Ali)
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