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N'Dam vs. Murata Purse Bid Receives an Extension From WBA

As previously reported on BoxingScene.com, the purse bid for the WBA "regular" middleweight title rematch between Ryota Murata of Japan and Hassan N’Dam of France had been scheduled for July 7, according to an order from the World Boxing Association.

Now the parties have received more time. The WBA's Championships Committee has granted an extension of 15 days, pushing back the purse bid to allow both sides additional time to reach an agreement.

Gilberto Jesus Mendoza, the president of the WBA, ordered a rematch after the fight in Tokyo on May 20 ended with N’Dam surprisingly winning on a split decision. Most observers had scored the fight in favor of Murata, who also had N'Dam down in the fight.

Two judges, Gustavo Padilla of Panama and Hubert Earle of Canada, were suspended for six months over their scoring of the fight.

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Top Rank, who co-promote Murata with Teiken Promotions, and the Japan Boxing Commission, sent written documents to the WBA demanding a review of the match.

The WBA's "super" champion at the weight is Gennady Golovkin, who also holds the IBF, WBC, IBO world titles. Golovkin defend all four of his belts on September 16th, against Mexican superstar Saul "Canelo' Alvarez at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.

The winner of Murata-N'Dam would be in line for the Golovkin-Canelo winner - as the WBA is going through the process of eliminating the problem of multiple title belts in each respective weight division.

However, Golovkin had defeated Daniel Jacobs in March at New York's Madison Square Garden - and Jacobs held the "regular" title - but for unknown reasons the WBA then upgraded N'Dam, who at the time held the WBA's interim title, to the status of "regular" champion for the fight with Murata. The sanctioning body said it was their way of eliminating the interim-title.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by 1hourRun on 07-06-2017

I'm ok with this : the first encounter occurred less than two months ago. The rematch should be schedule around Canelo vs. Golovkin so there should be a lot of interest for this second fight given the attention that the…

Comment by Scary_canary on 07-05-2017

"The winner of Murata-N'Dam would be in line for the Golovkin-Canelo winner - as the WBA is going through the process of eliminating the problem of multiple title belts in each respective weight division" Then why the **** sanction this…

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