Advertisement
Advertisement
Boxingscene.com

Orlando Salido vs. Miguel Roman Approved For WBC Interim-Belt

By Miguel Rivera

The World Boxing Council has officially approved the the vacant WBC interim-super featherweight title for the expected Mexican war between Orlando 'Siri' Salido vs. Miguel 'Micky' Roman. The fight is scheduled for December 9th in La Vegas.

However, there are a couple of things that are needed to make the stake of the interim-WBC belt official.

Unofficially it is known that the handlers of the full champion, current WBC kingpin Miguel Berchelt, are not so happy with the decision to stake an interim-title in that fight.

salido-roman (4)

Fernando Beltran, director of Zanfer Promociones, who handle Salido, says a title should certainly be at stake. The fight was originally slated to be Salido challenging Berchelt, but the champion is dealing with a hand injury and withdrew from the contest.

"Without a doubt, I would like it to be for the title," said Beltran to ESPN Deportes. "Some time ago Salido had asked us to go for the WBC title and this would be an ideal opportunity."

Mauricio Sulaiman, head of the WBC, said that his organization has approved the fight for the interim-title, and the event that one of the fighters takes a pass at that possibility, then appropriate measures will be taken with eliminators being ordered and both boxers would lose their status in the rankings

"They must go for an interim-title unless the fighters do not want to and if they do not want to then they lose their position within the WBC because the WBC has already accepted this contest as being for the interim title," Sulaiman said.

It is known, on the other hand, that HBO had scheduled that fight between Salido and Roman as a ten round contest, and for the moment the network has not given the green light to have Salido vs. Roman as a twelve round bout for the WBC interim-belt, although they are going to make a determination this same week.

Also on the card, it is expected that a WBC eliminator will take place between former world champion Francisco Vargas and durable British fighter Stephen Smith.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by FinitoxDinamita on 11-08-2017

Salido is horribly managed. Why would they turn down career high paydays for a big risk low reward opponent like Roman smh. Roman has the kind of style that will put alot of mileage on Salido, probably will end his…

Comment by robbyheartbaby on 11-08-2017

Not so bad the WBC loves their interim belts.

Comment by Mexican_Puppet on 11-08-2017

[QUOTE=Corelone;18193475]No dosrespect, but Mexican vs Mexican vs Mexican for the title?[/QUOTE] Thats normal, they are top-10 of the división. Whats the problem?

Comment by Corelone on 11-08-2017

[QUOTE=Mexican_Puppet;18193416]The interim belt is only the chance to be the #1 in the ranking and fight vs Berchelt.[/QUOTE] No dosrespect, but Mexican vs Mexican vs Mexican for the title?

Comment by considerthis on 11-08-2017

[QUOTE=BigZ44;18193393]This will be an absolutely brutal war. May god have mercy on their souls[/QUOTE] Zackly what I want thinking...

Post a Comment - View More User Comments (10)
Top Headlines Photos: Kal Yafai Drops David Carmona Five Times For TKO Win Photos: Argenis Mendez Wins, Decks Eddie Ramirez Four Times Photos: King Tug Demolishes Oscar Escandon - Knockdown Fest Jayr Raquinel Blasts Out Shun Kosaka To Retain OPBF Title Roman Gonzalez vs. Kal Yafai Could Be Next, Says Eddie Hearn Golden Boy Prez: Golovkin Rematch is Dead, Ridiculous Demands! Oscar Valdez Calls on AIBA To Bring Back Old Rules, Train Judges Manzanilla Shocks Julio Ceja, Costs Him Mandatory Title Shot David Lemieux Sends Achour Down, Punishes Him For Decision Argenis Mendez Drops Eddie Ramirez Four Times, Wins Decision Jerwin Ancajas Decisions Jonas Sultan, Retains IBF Title Tugstsogt Nyambayar Drops Oscar Escandon 5 Times, TKO in 3 Jerwin Ancajas vs. Jonas Sultan - LIVE BoxingScene Scorecard Kal Yafai Drops, Stops David Carmona in Seven Rounds Kal Yafai vs. David Carmona - LIVE BoxingScene Scorecard Shawn Porter: I'll Fight Danny Garcia Wherever He Wants Jerwin Ancajas-Jonas Sultan Undercard Results From Fresno Hearn: Joshua vs. Povetkin Discussions Are Ongoing Yafai: 'Absolute Joke' How Heavy Carmona Came in for Our Fight Horn's Trainer: Crawford is Just a Man, Horn Beat a Legend! Naoya Inoue Eyes More Titles: I Hope To Win Whole WBSS! Adonis Stevenson: Mayweather Tricked Us With The Officials! Ricky Burns Will Return on June 16th in Newcastle Kal Yafai: I'm Ready to Take Out the Champs, One After Another Photos: Naoya Inoue Destroys Jamie McDonnell in One Round Golovkin Promoter Explains GGG's Position: He Wants Fair Split! De La Hoya To Golovkin: Go Fight Derevyancheko For $1 Million! Daily Bread Mailbag: Loma vs. Tank, Mikey Garcia, Russell, More Jamie McDonnell Confirms He Will Move Up After KO Loss BoxingScene.com's Television Picks of The Week - May 26 Dubois Gives Deontay Wilder The Edge To Beat Anthony Joshua Jarrett Hurd Turns Back on Lara Rematch, Wants Kell Brook Next The Unfortunate Reality of Canelo-GGG Rematch Negotiations Luis Ortiz Waiting For WBC To Make Ruling on Whyte Fight Linares: I Did Not Quit With Lomachenko, I'd Like a Rematch Photos: Ramirez-Mendez, Nyambayar-Escandon - PBC Weigh-In Evens Pierre Knocks Francisco Contreras Out in Seventh De La Hoya Smiles at Golovkin: Good Luck With Derevyanchenko! Photos: Ancajas vs. Sultan, Yafai vs. Carmona - Ready For War Artur Szpilka Drops, Dominates Dominick Guinn Over Ten Rounds
Advertisement

Latest Active Forum Threads
Advertisement
Advertisement