WBC president and son of Jose Sulaiman
As 2022 comes to an end and after the very substantial work done at the Annual Congress, we look forward to managing, implementing and revitalizing the very many plans that are in preparation after the traditional closing of the year. It’s time to get down to it. Resolutions flow with great optimism and enthusiasm for each person to achieve the goals and objectives they set for themselves.
It’s time to open up a new cycle with a plan to motivate, overcome inertia, and achieve continuity. Lose weight, drink less, quit smoking, read more, grow and improve professionally are the most common desires. what is your goal?
I recommend getting a new notebook and taking the time to write down your life plans for 2023 there. Create measurable and achievable goals and break them down into sections so you can monitor, maintain, progress and achieve your progress.
Take 10 minutes each day to plan, then review the results at the end to plan for the next day.
Similarly, do the same thing at the beginning of each week as you did every day, and the same thing at the beginning of each month. If we can achieve homeostasis and consistency, we will be more productive and efficient, thrive and flourish.
The WBC Annual Conference in Acapulco was a fruitful one, from which a positive action plan for 2023 was put together. Throughout the year, we discuss how these agreements and plans are progressing and being implemented.
Women have reached the pinnacle after years of genuine effort by many who have believed and made it happen through many efforts, building a platform to dignify the pinnacle of women’s competence in sport. did. Jill Diamond sowed her first seed for her WBC in 2004 with her WBC World Championships Commission. From there it was very satisfying to see how the sport is today.
The WBC began a glorious era by crowning Jackie Nava as its first champion. During that time there have been three exclusive World Women’s Boxing Conventions (Cancun, Tijuana and Manila Philines), a Women’s Boxing Attention Committee and countless actions to support and strengthen it.
Don King managed to position Christy Martin as a major attraction during the 90’s decade. While Top Rank’s Bob Arum promoted Mia St. John. Laila Ali rose to the limelight during her time in Europe.Regina Heimlich and Ina Mentzer Earned More Money Than Many Men Who Had Belts… Sue Fox Creates Women’s Boxing Hall Of Fame
There would be no boxing without promoters, but some have devoted a lot of their attention and resources to supporting women. Lou Dibella, Tom Leffler, Zamfer, Promociones del Pueblo. promoters around the world. Her longtime HBO executive and now her boxing manager Mark Her Taffet has been instrumental in increasing the profile of women in boxing. With his Claressa Shield under his belt, he is committed to helping women succeed and reap greater benefits. Christy Martin is an active promoter with great results.
WBC Convention Agreement and Board Vote:
– All boxing cards on which WBC World Championships are presented must have at least one women’s match on the card.
– The WBC hires a professional agency to create manuals so that female boxers can learn how to manage public relations and social networks.
– The continuation of medical research is coordinated in relation to the topic of women’s 3-minute rounds and 12-round fights. Two-minute rounds and her ten-round duration are the current rules, and there is no medical data or practical evidence to support changes that endanger the safety and integrity of female boxers.
– The 4th Women’s World Boxing Tournament has been approved for 2023.
The WBC outright rejects any boxing activity between male-born and natural-born females, regardless of their current sexuality. As such, the establishment of a committee to develop a competition manual was approved, with the possibility of holding a transgender league to welcome those who wish to participate in our sport. Thing.
WBC women’s reigning champion
– Heavyweight: Hannah Gabriels (Costa Rica).
– Super Middleweight: Franchón Crews Dezurn (EU).
– Middle: Claressa Shields (USA).
– Super Welterweight: Natasha Jones (Great Britain).
– Welterweight: Jessica McCaskill (USA).
– Ultralightweight: Chantelle Cameron (Great Britain).
– Lightweight: Katie Taylor (Ireland).
– Super Featherweight: Alicia Baumgardner (USA).
– Feather: Amanda Serrano (Puerto Rico).
– Super Bantamweight: Yamileth Mercado (Mexico).
– Bantamweight: Yurihan Luna (Mexico).
– Super flyweight: Asley Gonzalez (Mexico).
– Fries: Marlen Esparza (USA).
– Light Flyweight: Kim Clavell (Canada)
– Straw: Tina Rupprecht (Germany)
– Atom: Fabiana Bytyqi (Czech Republic).
Do you know…?
For the first time in history, Madison Square Garden sold out for a women’s game. Katie Taylor and Amanda Serrano win Fight of the Year. Claressa Shields and Savannah Marshall have taken a huge step forward in our sport by successfully filling out her O2 arena in London.