While the III. World Boxing Federation (WBF) World Convention in Slovenia kept people busy enough, there was still WBF championship action going on over the weekend, not only in Slovenia at the huge WBF Championship Boxing Night on Saturday (September 24), but also in South Africa and Poland.
World Boxing Federation (WBF) Convention Report – Day Four / WBF Championship Boxing Night Results
After the interesting and satisfying, but also busy day yesterday, today’s WBF Convention schedule slowed down a bit to give all the delegates some time for relaxation or a chance to explore Maribor on their own. The commendable Spa Centre of the Hotel Habakuk was (as for all days) freely available for all registered delegates – and highly frequented, vibrating with boxing talk.
World Boxing Federation (WBF) Convention Report – Day Three
In what was an extremely busy day, the morning was exclusively reserved for the seminars of the WBF Convention. The main one, of course, was the Referee’s & Judges Seminar, for the first time held by WBF President Howard Goldberg and WBF Vice President Torben Seemann Hansen, both hugely experienced ring officials in their own right.
While during the morning and early afternoon, Diana Spasova, WBF General Secretary, was kept busy with registrations and accreditation of the incoming delegates from around the world, the biggest event in the 26-year history of the World Boxing Federation (WBF) really began to pick up speed with the afternoon welcome cocktail.
Resurrected heavyweight Werner Kreiskott and classy Strawweight Oezlem Sahin won World Boxing Federation (WBF) titles on Saturday night, June 18, when they both scored inside the distance victories at the EMKA Sportzentrum in Velbert, Germany.
In the main event of the show, promoted by Fight Club Wuppertal and attended by a nice crowd of about 1500, Kreiskott captured the vacant WBF International Heavyweight title with a seventh round technical knockout of Drazan Janjanin from Bosnia & Herzegovina.
It was another busy weekend for the World Boxing Federation (WBF), as one International, two All Africa and one World championship fight found winners in South Africa and France between Friday evening May 27 and Sunday afternoon May 29.
Germany, Philippines and Uganda set the scene for World Boxing Federation (WBF) championship bouts on Saturday, April 30, as thousands of boxing fans witnessed the crowning of two new Intercontinental champions and two new International titlist.
With World Boxing Federation (WBF) championship fights headlining big shows in Osaka, Japan, Epernay, France and Burgdorf, Switzerland on Saturday April 23, it was another action-packed and successful weekend of world class boxing for the WBF.
Five World Boxing Federation (WBF) championship bouts took place between Friday February 26 and Saturday February 27, as a triple-header was staged in Rustenburg, South Africa, and Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania played host to a WBF twin-bill.
On Saturday December 12, World Boxing Federation (WBF) championship fights took place in Davao City, Philippines, Strasbourg, France and Gien, France. Two champions retained their titles, while one new champion was crowned.