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Sergio Martinez Continues Legal War With The AIBA

The promotional company led by former two-division champion Sergio “Maravilla” Martinez has received good news, that the legal actions taken by himself and Miguel Angel de Pablos against the FEB and AIBA has been admitted by the Court of First Instance 11th of Madrid and he also delivered letters to Switzerland to report the AIBA.

In this action, the damage that the AIBA and FEB caused to promoters as well as the industry of professional boxing, has been exposed.

Similarly, the second legal action taken with the Legal Commission of the National Market Competition is also in a satisfactory procedural stage. It required Maravillabox Promotions to provide evidence of presented facts. The above tests have already been registered with the authorities.

"We know it will be a long and expensive process, but we have used the resources we have and pursued the action open to us. We thank all of the professional bodies that have linked into and publicly adhered to these processes. They are: The World Boxing Council, World Boxing Association, International Boxing Federation, World Boxing Organization, European Boxing Union, African Boxing Union, North American Boxing Federation, and many more."

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Eff Pandas on 09-05-2015

[QUOTE=Cruisin';16021050]Well that's why we have 5+ to begin with. The primary sanctioning body was pulling everything in one direction (confining world titles to the US) so Europeans formed their own equivalent to get title shots, Mexicans did the same, Puerto…

Comment by //// on 09-05-2015

[QUOTE=Eff Pandas;16020740]Exactly. I don't see how boxing isn't better off with one centralized corrupt entity pulling the sport in one direction instead of the 5, 10 or 15 semi-major to major corrupt entities pulling the sport in all different directions.[/QUOTE]…

Comment by Eff Pandas on 09-05-2015

[QUOTE=IFightDirty;16020516]Centralized entity? But but da gubment gone make me ghey mary a mooslum n take awl me gunz aweh. Anyway I agree boxing needs some type of structure like other professional sports has. [B]It's not perfect but it sure works…

Comment by Eff Pandas on 09-05-2015

[QUOTE=PunchyPotorff;16020465] Yeah well it sure as he!! won't do any good having AIBA in there calling the shots. That's like switching from one mafia family to a different one. Same shiii, just more of it and more restrictive. I'm all…

Comment by MDPopescu on 09-05-2015

AIBA is a disgrace for amateur boxing... and its "pro boxing" branch is nothing but a corrupt bureaucratic irrelevant "competition"...

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