- BOXER OF THE MONTH & HONORARY MENTION
- LT. HEAVYWEIGHT
- LT. FLYWEIGHT
- YOUTH CHAMPIONS
- CHANGES IN THE RATINGS OF USA BOXERS
RATINGS JUNE 2016
THERE ARE SPECIAL CASES THAT NEED TO BE CLARIFIED WITH REGARDS TO THE MONTHLY RATINGS OF JUNE 2016
- ALEXANDER POVETKIN RATED # 1* IS CURRENTLY UNDER A PROCESS BY THE CLEAN BOXING PROGRAM WHICH WILL BE RESOLVED DURING THE MONTH OF JUNE .
-CRIS ARREOLA RETURNS TO HIS PREVIOUS RATING #9 AS THE WBC RATINGS COMMITTE HAS VERIFIED THAT AN ADMINISTRATIVE SUSPENSION IMPOSSED IN TEXAS HAS BEEN LIFTED .
-LUCIEN BUTE RATED # 9* IS CURRENTLY UNDER A PROCESS BY THE CLEAN BOXING PROGRAM WHICH WILL BE RESOLVED DURING THE MONTH OF JUNE .
MIDDLEWEIGHT / SUPERWELTER
-SAUL “CANELO” ALVAREZ VACATED HIS WBC MIDDLEWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP. THE WBC CONTACTED HIS PROMOTER TO CONFIRM IF ALVAREZ WILL CONTINUE HIS CARRER IN MIDDLE OR SUPERWELTERWEIGHT AND THE WBC DID NOT RECEIVE A RESPONSE , CONSEQUENTLY ALVAREZ WILL NOT BE RATED THIS MONTH AND WILL WAIT TO RECEIVE OFFICIAL CONFIRMATION ABOUT HIS SITUATION.
WORLD BOXING COUNCIL RATINGS COMMITTEE
JOSE SULAIMAN CHAGNON
WBC HONORARY POSTHUMOUS LIFETIME PRESIDENT (+)
MAURICIO SULAIMAN WBC PRESIDENT
FRANK QUILL (Australia) CHAIRMAN
CLAUDE JACKSON (USA) VICE-CHAIRMAN (+)
LUIS MEDINA (México) SECRETARY
MAURO BETTI (Italy) ED PEARSON (Canada)
VICTOR COTA (Mexico) CARLOS RODRIGUEZ (Argentina)
MIKHAIL DENISOV (Russia) PETER STUCKI (Switzerland)
ALBERTO GUERRA (Panama) EDWARD THANGARAJAH (Thailand)
NICOLAS HIDALGO (Venezuela) DANIEL VAN DE WIELE (Belgium)
DEAN LOHUIS (USA) ROBERT YALEN (USA)
KEN MORITA (Japan)
ANSON WAINWRIGHT (GB)
ADAM VARTAN (USA)
NOTICE: Per the WBC's Rules and Regulations (the "Rules", available at www.wbcboxing.com), any dissatisfaction regarding a boxer's rating must be addressed exclusively according to the administrative appeals process set forth in the Rules, including but not limited to Rule 6.10. Such notification should be directed in writing to the Ratings Appeals Committee at the offices of the WBC. Any appeal there from pursuant to the Rules should be directed to the attention of the Grievance and Appeals Committee of the WBC, at the WBC executive offices. Further, pursuant to Sections 5.4 and 5.5 of the Rules, any and all disputes concerning a decision of the WBC that has not been resolved by the administrative appeals process are subject to compulsory mediation, and, thereafter, mandatory arbitration under the Code of Sports-Related Arbitration by the Court of Arbitration for Sports, and any judgment thereof is final, binding, and enforceable in accordance with laws including the New York Convention on the recognition and enforcement of arbitral awards.
* For boxers from the United States of America: The WBC shall, within 7 days after receiving a request from a boxer questioning the WBC’s rating of the boxer: (1) provide to the boxer a written explanation of the WBC’s criteria, its rating of the boxer, and the rationale or basis for its rating (including a response to any specific questions submitted by the boxer); an(2) submit a copy of its explanation to the US Association of Boxing Commissions.