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Martin Murray Stripped Of WBA Interim Title Status

The Championships Committee of the World Boxing Association announced that Martin Murray does not hold the Middleweight interim title of the organization anymore.

The decision was made according to the regulation because Murray did not make any defense since he won the title.

In addition, the Committee decided to withdraw Murray from the first challenger position of the Division, as stated in the regulation known by both, the Boxer and his working group.   .

However, Murray can appeal the decision.

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Straightener on 03-08-2014

[QUOTE=Tom Cruise;14304196]Cant believe how cowardly this guy is. I mean first he fights two champions in their backyards, like a [COLOR="Black"]puss[/COLOR]y. Then he has the [I]gall[/I] to have promotional issues. Then, cowardly ducker that he is, he leaves the promotional…

Comment by Tom Cruise on 03-08-2014

[QUOTE=Trudoe;14303778]Another cowardice Britt. Smh. What else is new. But as FrankBruno and he'd tell you the Brittish invasion is coming, Red Coats and all.[/QUOTE] Cant believe how cowardly this guy is. I mean first he fights two champions in their…

Comment by Straightener on 03-08-2014

[QUOTE=Trudoe;14303778]Another cowardice Britt. Smh. What else is new. But as FrankBruno and he'd tell you the Brittish invasion is coming, Red Coats and all.[/QUOTE] The uk has some great fighters coming through no doubt The next couple of years you…

Comment by Biolink on 03-08-2014

WTF is an Interim Title? Shyt is dumb

Comment by Box-Office on 03-08-2014

[QUOTE=DoktorSleepless;14303912]How will he ever cope?[/QUOTE] All belts do is collect dust. Murray collects money.

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