Friday, May 03, 2013

AIBA boxing: Fighting with WBC is just a bad game for attention of IOC

SAME AIBA BOXING HELPED IN A SMALL EUROPEAN COUNTRY CALLED SLOVENIA AT GROWTH OF SLOVENIAN BOXING WITH THE PERMISSION OF EVALUATING OF NON-AIBA RESULT OF PROFFESSIONAL BOXER  DEJAN ZAVEC (IBF). THEY HAD NO OBJECTIONS IN SLOVENIAN OLYMPIC COMMITTEE ABOUT THIS STRANGE PRAXIS AND THEY STAND STRONG BEHIND SLOVENIAN BOXING FEDERATION AND THEY SUPPORT IT. ALTHOUGH THEY KNOW THAT THESE FEDERATION WITH ITS PEOPLE IS INVOLVED IN PROFESSIONAL BOXING IBF/EBU AND ITS ACTIVITIES IN SLOVENIA  KNOWING ALSO THAT AIBA HAS DIFFERENT PLANS AND REGULATIONS FOR PROFESSIONALS UNDER APB.
BUT ANYWAY YOU CAN READ THIS LETTER FULL OF TEARS AND ENJOY IOC FIGHT AGAINTS PROFESSIONAL SYSTEMS WHICH ARE FULL OF MONEY. AND IOC DON'T LIKE MONEY. OH YEAH.

Slovenian Olympic Committee web-site and Zavec as professional categorized for AIBA boxing and later got job in Slovenian police with a help of Slovenian Olympic Committee and Boxing federation of Slovenia:
Try this:
http://www.olympic.si/sportna-kariera/registracija-in-kategorizacija/aktualni-seznam/seznam-kategoriziranih-sportnikov/?id=743&tx_okscategorization_pi1%5Bsport_society%5D=0&tx_okscategorization_pi1%5Bsportsmen_hidden%5D=ZAVEC+Dejan&search=Najdi


Dejan Zavec (SLOVENIA) vs. Isaac Hlatshwayo (SOUTH AFRICA)
(IBF -  International boxing federation - professional)

 
So Ching-Kuo Wu , big olympic friend of fascist Juan Antonio Samaranch you are playing double game, and everybodey knows it. Also BBC find your game with Baku - olympic medal.
And IOC is in the game too. The same IOC who thrown out wrestling.



Dear Colleagues and Friends,

Recently, the World Boxing Council (WBC) President, Mr Jose Sulaiman, sent a letter to the IOC President to wrongfully blame AIBA of “establishing a monopoly and a restraint of trade by not allowing WBC to send their current professional boxers to the Olympic Games”.
However, the IOC President confirmed in a letter to me that the IOC would recognize only AIBA as the International Federation representing the sport of boxing in the Olympic Games.
At the same time, the IOC Sports Director also replied to the WBC President that “As a result of the IOC recognizing AIBA as the only International Federation administering boxing at world level, AIBA is responsible for the technical control and direction of its sport at the Olympic Games. The IOC and AIBA are in regular contact to this effect”.
AIBA has also informed the global media and press in regard to IOC’s full support and confirmation on AIBA’s governing position at all levels for our sport. The current professional organizations might continue exploring any mean to damage our program in the future. However, I would like to ensure that I and AIBA will do our utmost efforts to protect the best interests of all boxers in all AIBA programs, AOB, WSB and APB. I would also like to take this opportunity to sincerely thank you all for the support rendered to me in the past six years since my election as the AIBA President. Together, we have changed considerably the image of our organization and the way the sport of boxing is administrated.
We have launched the World Series of Boxing (WSB) and thus offered to our best boxers an innovative and fulfilling new career path. We have also made some critical changes to AIBA Open Boxing (AOB) competitions in order to make them both safer and more exciting. Last but not least, we are now ready to launch the AIBA Pro Boxing (APB) and revolutionize the sport of boxing as a whole. APB will reunite the Pro Boxing world with its grassroots, through a highly competitive, clean, structured and ethical competition aligned with the principles of the Olympic Movement.
It is AIBA’s mission to govern the sport of boxing worldwide in all of its forms. And I am very grateful to you for your constant support.


Comments of ASOIF - Association of Summer olympic games sport federations
http://www.asoif.com/News/News_Article.aspx?ID=3141

WBC Accuses AIBA of Discrimination and Restraint of Trade over World Series of Boxing

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