Joshua lost his world heavyweight titles to Usyk in Tottenham last weekend.
The Ukrainian put on a masterful display to earn a unanimous decision, becoming a two-weight world champion following his heroics at cruiserweight.
The 34-year-old not only collected the WBA (super), IBF and WBO belts, but also a desirable spot in the heavyweight and pound-for-pound rankings.
Joseph Parker, Andy Ruiz Jr, Luis Ortiz, Michael Hunter, Oscar Rivas and Joe Joyce make up the top ten.
Ring Magazine's heavyweight rankings:
C. Tyson Fury
1. Oleksandr Usyk
2. Anthony Joshua
3. Deontay Wilder
4. Dillian Whyte
5. Joseph Parker
6. Andy Ruiz Jr
7. Luis Ortiz
8. Michael Hunter
9. Oscar Rivas
10. Joe Joyce
Usyk also shoots up the Ring Magazine's pound-for-pound rankings, only behind Mexican sensation Canelo Alvarez.
He's the only heavyweight in the top ten, but is joined by fellow countryman Vasyl Lomachenko who is ranked No.9.
Ring Magazine's pound-for-pound rankings:
1. Canelo Alvarez
2. Oleksandr Usyk
3. Naoya Inoue
4. Terence Crawford
5. Josh Taylor
6. Errol Spence
7. Teofimo Lopez
8. Juan Estrada
9. Vasyl Lomachenko
10. Kazuto Ioka
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