By Per Ake Persson
The WBA may finally be forced to sort out their mess in the middeweight division, which has multiple champions. As previously reported on BoxingScene.com, the WBA's "super champion" at middleweight, Felix Sturm, is going to defend his title against dangerous Brit Matthew Macklin on either June 25 of July 2 at the Lanxess Arena in Cologne, Germany with Sat 1 as television network.
With Sturm-Mackling in place, the WBA "regular" middleweight champ, Gennady Golovkin, could be forced to face the WBA's interim-middleweight king Hassan N´Dam of France, although there are still many ifs to be sorted out before this happen.
The winner of Sturm vs Macklin would then face the winner of Golovkin and N´Dam and the WBA's mess at 160 would finally be sorted out.