Floyd Mayweather is Crowned WBC Supreme Champion

WBC welterweight champion Floyd Mayweather (45-0, 26Kos) was declared "Supreme Champion” by the World Boxing Council, who made the ruling during the ongoing 51st WBC Convention in Bangkok, Thailand.   This is an honorific title that will be awarded only this time after a unanimous vote by the 165 countries that form the WBC.
The WBC will have a special event in Las Vegas to present the award to Mayweather.
In regards of this unique recongnition, WBC Executive Secretary Mauricio Sulaiman said:
“Is a recognition of our admiration to a champion who has conquered 5 titles in the same amount of divisions, plus he has earned the WBC diamond and emeritus titles and the golden belt. He also has broken every boxing record” Sulaiman said.
He also explained that this title is not “another championship - but an honorific award to Mayweather who is now among the best fighters in history beside the King of Boxing Muhammad Ali, Sugar Ray Leonard, Duran and more”.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by TEKGaming on 11-07-2013

[QUOTE=Big Dunn;13907024]Just what boxing needs, another bogus belt that suggests the governing body has a preference for a particular fighter, which makes any decision made that benefits that fighter suspect. First wbo, now wbc. I really hate these belts.[/QUOTE] The…

Comment by junior gong on 11-07-2013

[QUOTE=SaldanaCC;13909146]Keep on stackin those awards up an hangin those belts from the waist of these hatin a** pacpu** fans females!!!!!!!!!! While were talking belts many does pacman have????? Go a head ill wait...........puhhhhhhhahhhhhhh f*ckin lames!!!!!!!!![/QUOTE] This is a prime…

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Comment by lowblows420 on 11-07-2013

Floyd would have just woke up from his coma now just in time for thx giving if he grew a pair of balls signed and fought pac a few years ago. fk this bs award.

Comment by SaldanaCC on 11-07-2013

Keep on stackin those awards up an hangin those belts from the waist of these hatin a** pacpu** fans females!!!!!!!!!! While were talking belts many does pacman have????? Go a head ill wait...........puhhhhhhhahhhhhhh f*ckin lames!!!!!!!!!

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