FORMER COMMONWEALTH CHAMPION WINS WORLD TITLE
Congratulations have been sent to RICHARD COMMEY of Ghana, the latest former Commonwealth Champion to win one of the ‘big four’ World Championships when after a couple of setbacks, he finally won the IBF World Lightweight Championship by beating Isa Chaniev in San Francisco on 2nd February
He joins ANTHONY JOSHUA (IBF/WBO/WBA HEAVY), JOSH WARRINGTON (IBF FEATHER) and KHALID YAFAI (WBA SUPERFLY), all reigning World Champions who were helped to climb the international rankings by first winning the coveted Commonwealth Championship Belt.
TITLES DECLARED VACANT
ANDREW MOLONEY, (Australia, Superfly) and JORDAN GILL (UK, Super-Feather) have both contacted the Hon Secretary to advise they have vacated their respective Commonwealth Championships to seek further international Titles, with the aim of eventually boxing for a World Title.
The CBC wishes them both well in their future aims.
FOR FULL BULLETIN PLEASE FOLLOW THE LINK …….. BULLETIN 10 FEB 19