The Clean Boxing Program reaches out to WBC Ring Officials
The first two anti-doping tests for ring officials have been presented, as part of the Clean Boxing Program of the World Boxing Council.
The WBC implemented this standard to randomly test ring officials, based on the importance of maintaining maximum integrity in boxing. The tests are designed to detect the usage of recreational drugs such as: marijuana, cocaine and methamphetamines.
Steve Morrow, Judge of California and Frank Garza, Michigan Judge, presented the tests at the World Boxing Council headquarters located in Mexico City, both of which were negative.
The WBC will be working together with all the national and state federations of the world to develop this vital project.