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1998.- Oscar De la Hoya puso fuera de combate en tres rounds técnicamente al retador francés Patrick Charpentier y retuvo el campeonato mundial WBC de peso welter, en batalla que tuvo como escenario el Sun Bowl de El Paso, Texas. Todo terminó al minuto y 56 segundos. El referi fue Laurence Cole y los jueces Alfred Assaro, Dale E. Van Hoy y Dae Eun Chung. Charpentier se retiró de los cuadriláteros tras esta derrota. Se anunció que asistieron más de 40 mil espectadores.

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Daily Archives: 2 December, 2014

The “Prince” wants to fight “Nica” / Carlos Cuadras cierra el 2014 con gran éxito

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Undefeated WBC super flyweight Champion Carlos “El Principe” says he’s keen to fight number one Challenger Luis “Nica” Concepcion, as the third defence of his crown.

Nica who’s from Panama is the WBC’s super… Continue reading

WBC Convention a magnet for glittering stars! / Se acerca la Convención anual del WBC

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The World Boxing Council Convention which is this year at the Hotel Mirage in Las Vegas, Nevada December 14th to 19th is poised to count on the attendance of a lineup… Continue reading

JAPAN HAS 10 OPBF CHAMPS OUT OF 17 WEIGH CLASSES

By REY DANSECO

Japan has dominated the Oriental and Pacific Boxing Federation (OPBF) with most number of champions.

In its latest rankings that released yesterday, there are 10 Japanese champions in 17 weight classes.

The Philippines, Thailand and Australia have one champion each while there are four vacant thrones that are up for grab.opbf logo

Other regional boxing organizations in the region modelled the OPBF in formation of their groups, making it the most respected and prestigious in the world.

OPBF was formed in 1954 by Filipino, Japanese, and Korean boxing commissions. It was originally called Orient Boxing Federation but changed to OPBF when the Australian National Boxing Federation joined in 1977.

Aside from the countries mentioned, the other OPBF members are Fiji, Guam, Hawaii, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Mongolia, New Zealand, PAMA, Republic of China, Samoa, Taiwan, Thailand and Tonga.

Headed by Justiniano Montano of the Philippines, the OPBF was one of the founding organizations that formed the World Boxing Council in 1963 and is currently affiliated with that organization.

The current Japanese champions of OPBF are Kosei Tanaka (minimumweight), Koki Eto (flyweight), Ryosuke Iwasa (bantamweight), Shingo Wake (super bantamweight), Hisashi Amagasa (featherweight), Masayoshi Nakatani (lightweight), Keita Obara (super lightweight), Yoshihiro Kamegai (welterweight), Akio Shibata (middleweight), and Yuzo Kiyota (super middleweight).

Light flyweight Jonathan Taconing of the Philippines, super featherweight Jomthong Chuwattana of Thailand, and cruiserweight Anthony McCracken of Australia are the other champions.

On Dec. 18 in Tokyo, top ranked Dennis Laurente of the Philippines and Tadashi Yuba fight for the vacant light middleweight title followed by the clash between Ryo Matsumoto of Japan and Rusalee Samor of Indonesia for the vacant super flyweight title on Dec. 30 also in the Japanese capital.

Lightheavyweight and heavyweight are also vacant.

OPBF champions get an automatic slot in WBC world rankings, main reason why it attracts promoters and managers to vie their boxers into.

In November ratings of WBC, Kamegai and Obara are rated No. 14, Nakatani at 13th, Chuwattana in No. 12, Amagasa and Taconing at 5th, Wake (3), Iwasa (2), Eto (15), and Tanaka (10).

Kiyota (33) and Shibata (23) are expected to move up in the incoming world rankings while McCracken is expected to replace former champion David Aloua of New Zealand/Australia at least in No. 33.

OPBF offices is based in Tokyo and headed by Japan Boxing Commissioner Yewkow Hayashi, former president and the current vice president Frank Quill and executive secretary Ken Morita.

Other respected boxing groups that composes the WBC are North American Boxing Federation (NABF), European Boxing Union (EBU), Asian Boxing Council (ABCO)

African Boxing Union (ABU), Caribbean Boxing Federation (CABOFE), Central American Boxing Federation (FECARBOX), CIS and Slovenian Boxing Bureau (CISBB), and South American Boxing Federation (FESUBOX).

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Imparten clínica de boxeo en Monterrey como parte de “BOXEANDO POR UN MEXICO SEGURO”

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El boxeo es un excelente vehículo para alejar a los niños y jóvenes de las adicciones, coincidieron el ídolo local, Adrián “Diamante” Estrella, el soberano pluma del WBC, Jhonny González y el carismático y… Continue reading

Arranca “BOXEANDO POR UN MEXICO SEGURO” en Monterrey

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Con bombo y platillo se dio banderazo inicial a la tercera fecha del programa “Boxeando por un México Seguro”, que presenta el Consejo Mundial de Boxeo (WBC), con el apoyo del Gobierno Federal y… Continue reading

Erica “La Pantera” Farías, orgullosa campeona del WBC

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La monarca superligero del Consejo Mundial de Boxeo, Érica “La Pantera” Farías (21-1; 10 KOs), conversó en entrevista con “Campeones en el Ring” en su natal Argentina, donde mostró su felicidad por haber capturado… Continue reading

Shindo Go llega a Monterrey lista para Muciño

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La japonesa Shindo Go, actual campeona mundial mosca del Consejo Mundial de Boxeo (WBC), emprendió el viaje a tierras aztecas con la firme convicción de retener su título ante la mexicana Arely “Ametralladora” Muciño… Continue reading

Prieto se prepara para la oportunidad de su vida

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El michoacano Javier “Implacable” Prieto, campeón plata ligero del Consejo Mundial de Boxeo (WBC) y miembro del equipo Cancún Boxing, de Pepe Gómez, y Boxing Time Promotions, de Memo Rocha, asegura que “no dejará… Continue reading

Duelo México vs. Puerto Rico en Monterrey

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El invicto regiomontano Adrián “Diamante” Estrella no se deja intimidar por su oponente, el temible noqueador boricua Edwin “Bazooka” López, y asegura que si bien es joven, la edad no es impedimento para que… Continue reading

IN HONOR OF JULIAN ST JOHN AND THE ST JOHN FAMILY / EN HONOR DE JULIAN ST. JOHN Y DE TODA LA FAMILIA ST. JOHN

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Come on out and support Mia’s Fundraiser.. Like the CHAMPION she is, although this is tragic time for her and family,  she will NOT let the children down!

Please come along and… Continue reading

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  • User AvatarDavid { Excelente noticia, que un gran campeon en mi ciudad tenga un gimnasio con su nombre, asi me animo a practar box. Doculife } – Nov 29, 11:41 AM