In 1982, the California State Athletic Commission (CSAC) created the California Professional Boxer’s Pension Fund to provide support to former boxers in the concluding years of their lives.
The Fund is administered by the California State Sports Commission and has funds earmarked for eligible boxers.
The World Boxing Council is working together with the CSAC, being the link for boxers who are entitled to receive this Pension. The WBC accompanies and guides fighters throughout the selection process, from filling out forms to collecting financial support.
The requirements to be entitled to the Pension Fund are as follows:
-Be at least 50 years old.
-Have fought at least 10 rounds a year in a period of 4 years in California, with a break of no more than 3 years.
-Have fought 75 rounds in scheduled fights in California, with a break of no more than 3 years.
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