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 Last update:  6/16/2014       Read more by Boxing Clever         
   
WBC, IBF, WBA Heads To Meet on 6/23 in Cancun
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According to the World Boxing Council, the final preparations are ready for the meeting between the heads of three major world sanctioning bodies; the meeting will be held in Cancun, Mexico this coming Monday, June 23.

The WBC, WBA and IBF will be all represented with their respective presidents and other members from their Boards of Directors. A comprehensive agenda has been prepared to address several important topics. The WBO declined the invitation to participate, according to the WBC.

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comment by dinero fan, on 06-17-2014
The wbo is worthless just like the ibo. These right here are the top three.

comment by nycsmooth, on 06-17-2014
I hope something positive evolves from this...I xpected the WBO crook Valcarcel not 2 show....

comment by fceeviper, on 06-16-2014
Of course the WBO President Paco Valcarcel did not want to join, that damn crook.

comment by iniduoh, on 06-16-2014
They're meeting for the sole purpose of creating new and inventive ways to scam the boxing establishment. But seriously, boxing needs to do away with these sactioning bodies. They're not good for boxing at all but just adds to the corruption.

comment by Tyler_Durden, on 06-16-2014
Nothing's guna come from this.

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