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Memo To All Licensees

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DISPUTE RESOLUTION IN THE SPORT OF BOXING

As you know the Board of Boxing South Africa approved certain rules on 6 December 2014 to ensure the better administration of the sport of boxing with particular reference to dispute resolution. In particular the Rules deals with misconduct by licensees,..... Click here to download





Ratings As At June 2015

EXPLANATORY NOTES June 2015 RATINGS

Once again South Africans witnessed some exciting encounters - the long awaited showdown between Junior Ilunga Makabu and Thabiso Mchunu took place and absolutely lived up too expectations with Makabu the eventual winner stopping Mchunu in rd 11. This victory ensures Makabu mandatory WBC position and will soon meet "Pretty Boy" Grigory Drozd the current champion whom just a week after the Durban showdown stopped Poland's Lukasz Janik in rd 9 en route to successfully defending his title.

However when we have to talk Junior Heavyweights , Johny " Hurricane " Muller the reigning SA light heavyweight campaigning in the higher division at International level fought absolutely brilliant against Poland's Mateuz " Master " Masternak,the former WBC World Youth, former WBC International Silver,former IBO Inter-Continental,former EBU,former interim TWBA World and reigning GBC international Cruiserweight champion.

Thomas Oosthuizen overweight at the official weigh in so loosing his IBO World light heavyweight title on th scales - the bout took place against New Zealand and IBO Oceania champion, Robert Berridge with the latter the only boxer competing for the now vacant title, Oosthuizen outpointed Berridge.

Christopher Buthelezi had an easy day at the office with a 1st rd stoppage over Brazil's Rocky Junior.
Frans Ramabola and George Mdluli fought an action packed encounter for the vacant WBA Pan-Africa Super Welterweight title which Ramabola won on a split decision.

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