It’s been a great year, ending with 12 British world champions and countless memorable fights.

Here’s the contenders from the Frank Warren stable to join the top table in 2016.

Paul Butler

The former IBF Bantamweight World Champion is firmly back on the World Title trail. After landing the WBO European Super-Flyweight Title on December 19’s show, his ranking will only improve. A long awaited showdown against rival Jamie Conlan could happen next year.

Current World Rankings:
WBC: #15
WBO: #11
WBA: #12

Paul Butler

Jamie Cox

Feared Super-Middleweight banger Jamie Cox has a 100% first round KO record in 2015 with all 3 of his opponents failing to hear the ten second clapper. Now at 20-0 Cox will have his eyes firmly on Arthur Abraham and Fedor Chudinov.

Current World Rankings:
WBO: #4
WBA: #13

Jamie Cox

Ovill McKenzie

BoxNation fan favourite ‘The Upsetter’ will be craving another crack at World honours after his recent dubious draw with IBF king Victor Ramirez in Argentina. Given the short notice chance, having a full camp under his belt would only improve his chance of taking Ramirez’s belt if a rematch materialised.

Current World Rankings:
WBC: #9
IBF: #12

Ovill McKenzie

Liam Walsh

Unbeaten Liam Walsh is on the road to recovery after recent surgery ruled him out of a proposed World Title eliminator at the back end of 2015. Being well ranked across three governing bodies’ sets up various paths Walsh could look to eye up in 2016.

Current World Rankings:
IBF: #3
WBO: #8
WBA: #11

Liam Walsh

Zolani Tete

New addition Zolani Tete previously held the IBF World Bantamweight Title, a World Title shot can’t be too far away from the South African explosive puncher who is keen to become a multi weight, World champion under Frank Warren’s guidance.

Current World Rankings:
WBC: #3
WBA: #12

Zolani Tete