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some things I found with a quick google search...
WBC president, Jose Sulaiman, will no longer authorize Mexian boxers to leave their country to fight in Arizona, in accordance with a statement released by the organization today.
Sulaiman's move, which has been agreed to "unanimously" by the WBC Board of Governors, and, the Federation of Boxing Commissions of Mexico, according to the release, which states that the action will go into effect on Saturday, May 1.
The WBC Board of Governors has approved by a unanimous vote that the November 14 welterweight clash between Manny Pacquiao and Miguel Cotto (contract weight 145lbs) will be the first ever for the WBC Diamond Belt.
Along with amateur boxing, the WBC wants to develop novice professional through four, six and eight round tournaments.
The board unanimously supported moving forward with the WBC’s planning phase of their entry into amateur boxing world.
The two fighters, however, will meet again as the Board of Governors unanimously voted to ratify the decision for a title rematch.
WBC president Jose Sulaiman has informed Mayol and Romero of the decision and they were given five days to submit a written confirmation for the rematch.
World Boxing Commission president Jose Sulaiman was re-elected
here tonight to another four-year term by the council's Board of Governors.
Sulaiman was unanimously elected in a vote taken at the 38th annual WBC convention
at the El Presidente Hotel.
The WBC decided to create the position of Boxers' Representative on the WBC Board of Governors to represent the interests of boxers and former boxers. Jeff Fenech was unanimously elected.