Chavez Jr. vs. Rubio II Ordered For WBC Interim Belt
he WBC has ruled that Marco Antonio Rubio, fights Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. for the Interim Middleweight Title. They're respectively one and two in the rankings. The WBC will wait until both fighters complete the bouts they've already signed up for. Free negotiations will start the Monday after their bouts. In case one of them loses, the WBC will name another challenger.
WBC champion Sergio Martinez who's recovering from surgery, last week visited Mexico. He's been notified about this decision, which he accepts. The WBC Board of Governors has unanimously voted he remain champion.
WBC’s #3, Italian Domenico Espada, will face #4 Mexican Gilberto Ramirez in a final elimination to become the mandatory challenger of the interim champion.
Chavez won a twelve round unanimous decision to Rubio last February. And Rubio is heading to a fight with Patrick Majewski on July 27th, likely in Mexico.
Sulaiman is his godfather.... Of course jcc Jr will always be in lineComment by budfr on 07-12-2013
[QUOTE=handwraps;13551542]Yes they are. And they dont try to hide it either.[/QUOTE] Oh, wow. And US media, which controls half the media in the worls, are biased towards Mayweather. Even with the racism, Mayweather is very overhyped.:****you:Comment by rasdun on 07-12-2013
mr4k - you're right, but none of the sanctioning bodies ever rank other champs - thus eliminating GGG, Quillin, etc from the possibility of being rankedComment by nycsmooth on 07-12-2013
it's as In posted several weeks past...no way an interim title is disputed w/out jr in the mix...Comment by M4RK on 07-12-2013
The fact that the wbc doesnt allow boxers to hold multiple belts was the ,ost detrimental business decisions of all time. Just look at this piece of **** rankings list for mw when there are fighters like ggg, quillin, geale,…Post a Comment - View More User Comments (39)