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 Last update:  6/13/2014       Read more by Miguel Rivera         
   
WBC, IBF and WBA Presidents To Meet in Mexico
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By Miguel Rivera, notifight.com

Contrary to hasty reports, three sanctioning body presidents are going to meet from June 22-23 in Playa del Carmen, Quintana Roo, Mexico. This congregation had been cooking for days, but with much discretion and secrecy. There is still no official press release to the boxing world.

So far, we understand that this summit will be attended by the president of the World Boxing Council (WBC), Mauricio Sulaiman, President of the World Boxing Association (WBA), Gilberto Mendoza and the IBF president Daryl Peoples. Also, the executive vice president of the WBA, Gilberto Jesus Mendoza, is reportedly going to be present.

The president of the World Boxing Organization (WBO), Francisco "Paco" Valcarcel, is not able to attend due to prior personal commitments.
 
There is not yet a full agenda, but this gathering, informal nature, serve as a framework to strengthen ties between the leaders of international boxing and lay the groundwork for unification of criteria in the future. In addition, the issue of recognition of the unique world champion touched.

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comment by bigjavi973, on 06-14-2014
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comment by bigjavi973, on 06-14-2014
What they need to do is just control the rankings and order mandatory fights or be stripped. Amir khan is currently ranked #1 for floyds wbc and #3 for his wba. Keith thurman however is the number 1 ranked for floyds wba belt. But we know he wont fight him.

comment by Rockin', on 06-14-2014
What these governing bodies don't realize is that if everybody worked together, for a common goal, than the sport could flourish on a world scale and everybody would be making money. But who looks over the sport if this 'New Ring Order' was ever to materialize. It would have to be somebody ...

comment by pimpgoz, on 06-14-2014
Are they going to talk about how they can Punish Adrien Broner more.

comment by hamada44, on 06-13-2014
Whoever said the IBF have the most integrity is having a laugh. They order mandatorys I give them that but they didn't strip peterson when he tested positive. They let sam soliman challenge for the belt when he tested positive in his final eliminator. They all have their faults dont kid yourself.

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