Make Room, Another Rapper Joins The Boxing Business
Rapper Eric B has joined 50 Cent as Rapper turned Boxing Businessman with the formation of his sanctioning body "World Championship Boxing" aka WCB.
The mission statement for the WCB on EricB.tv reads:
"World Championship Boxing Mission Statement
The World Championship Boxing (WCB) sanctioning body consists of a team that has worked in and around the sport of boxing for many years. Within those years, our team members have worked with every top fighter, manager, promoter and network, and have had legitimate hands on experience in bringing the very best in boxing competition and entertainment.
WCB recognizes there is a vast world out there; within that world, countless boxers fight their hearts out, but for varied reasons go under the radar of notoriety and simple acknowledgment. It’s our belief that recognizing true talent, drive and competitive spirit inevitably brings forth the very best fights. It’s that consciousness, we believe, that will ultimately bring forth the best recognition to not only the competitors, but to the sport as well.
United States Championship Boxing (USCB), along with our regional and international affiliates, follow the same path as well, ranking worthy contenders on a national and various regional levels here and abroad. It’s these ratings that assist in displaying the best up and coming talent. Fighters use these rankings as a springboard to the higher height of World title contention.
Taking heed that every pugilistic great has had to fight to get to the very top, along with the blood, sweat and tears needed to climb up to their celebrated perches, it was opportunity that played an intricate part in their ascension. It’s World Championship Boxing’s wealth of experience, true integrity and all out diligence that are the keys to carrying out the mission of providing a platform for all deserved fighters to showcase their talents."
You can also find the rules & regulations as well as the rankings on EricB.tv!
The debut of the WCB will be this Friday night on Renee Aiken's All Out Promotions "All or Nothing in Brick City Part 2" card. A regional version of the WCB title will be on the line between Michael "Slick" Anderson & Alberto "Bombardero" Salas!
If you can't make the fight LIVE to see a regional version of the WCB title you can watch it on GFL.TV this Friday night at 6:30pm EST by ordering here: http://www.gfl.tv/Events/Fight/Boxing/All_or_Nothing_in_Brick_City_Part_II/1740
To hear the All Out Promotions "All or Nothing in Brick City Part 2" Press Conference ft Michael "Slick" Anderson, Derrick Webster, Aaron Nitch, & Zab Judah in it's entirety you can click the link below:
[QUOTE=WesleySnipes;12767063]Eric B isnt even a rapper..he is a producer...[/QUOTE] He wasn't even a producer :lol1::lol1:Comment by PAC-BOY on 12-04-2012
[QUOTE=jsfd26;12767060]Oh god... :rofl: The only good thing about all of this? [B]Boxing seems to be getting more popular, I guess.[/B] [SIZE="1"][I]Posted from Boxingscene.com App for Android[/I][/SIZE][/QUOTE] Popular to who?:WORD: This is what boxing needs...another bullshlt sanctioning body ! Boxing use…Comment by APBrooklyn on 12-04-2012
[QUOTE=Light_Speed;12768397]Damon Dash was involved in boxing waaaay before all these dudes.[/QUOTE] Yeah, he was. Used to see him @ all the boxing events from like 2004-2007. He's a broke hipster now though - and probably just a fan again.Comment by Light_Speed on 12-04-2012
Damon Dash was involved in boxing waaaay before all these dudes.Comment by APBrooklyn on 12-04-2012
I'd like to see this succeed strictly for the possibility of it being responsible for more smaller fight events happening in the boroughs- like Dibella's Broadway boxing shows - good boxing scene at these shows. Hopefully Eric B makes something…Post a Comment - View More User Comments (26)