THE PROMOTER AND THE WOMEN’S INTERNATIONAL BOXING COUNCIL (WIBC)
At least thirty days before an event the Promoter must lodge full details of the Championship contest with WIBC Head Office.
The Women’s International Boxing Council (WIBC) has the power to prohibit any contest which, in our opinion, is not in the interests of boxing, as such the WIBC are unable to provide a guarantee that all submitted match-ups will be given permission, even late replacements.
Please note, like the Boxing fan, the Women’s International Boxing Council (WIBC) want credible evenly matched championship contests, between boxers of equal stature, but to the same degree we also understand that sometimes there may be an occasion when this cannot be avoided, such as when there is a late change of opponent after the original opponent has pulled out for whatever reason and securing an opponent of equal stature at such short notice may not seem possible.
Should a situation of this type arise the Women’s International Boxing Council (WIBC) have excellent working relationships with promoters and match makers throughout the world and may be able to assist in sourcing a suitable credible replacement, as such it is advisable to contact the WIBC head office if such a situation occurs.
Women’s International Boxing Council (WIBC) want both the event and the WIBC Championship boxing contest to be a success and as such will assist if possible, as we do understand that circumstances that may have led to such requests may not be the promoters making and as such will do everything we can to ensure that the contest gets to go ahead.
However, it should be noted that the Women’s International Boxing Council (WIBC) does have the power to intervene and revoke WIBC Championship sanctioning in extreme cases of mis-matching, a power which is exercised from time to time, as the Women’s International Boxing Council’s prime concern is the health and safety of the boxers competing.