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WBC: Gonzalez v Cuadras rematch hopes; Lopez v Guevara delayed

WBC 29/09/2016

The WBC believes in transparency and administrative disclosure. WBC annual convention meetings determine world rankings and the mandatory status of each division in open floor meetings in which all parties have the opportunity to discuss and present their cases for consideration, analysis, and voting by the WBC Board of Governors.

The WBC began to report this information in 2015 to bring clarity and transparency to the WBC’s administration for the public, and to provide clear reports from what is agreed and what happens during the course of each year.

WBC QUARTERLY REPORT ABOUT CONVENTION RULINGS ON EACH DIVISION: September 2016

SUPER FLYWEIGHT WORLD CHAMPION: ROMAN GONZALEZ (NICARAGUA)

· Cuadras defeated Koki Eto by W12 in a voluntary fight, on November 28, 2015.
· Cuadras vs. Srisaket Sor Rungvisai mandatory defense was scheduled.
· Rungvisai agreed to a voluntary defense by Cuadras.
· Cuadras defeated Richie Mepranum by TKO8 in a voluntary fight on April 23
· Rungvisai mandatory.
· Roman Gonzalez defeated Carlos Cuadras, conquering the super flyweight title on September 10 in California, and will have two weeks to confirm which division he will continue fighting.
· Carlos Cuadras is requesting a direct rematch against new champion Roman Gonzalez .
· The mandatory status will be reviewed during the WBC convention

FLYWEIGHT WORLD CHAMPION: ROMAN GONZALEZ (NICARAGUA)

· Omari Kimweri defeated Randy Petalcorin by W12 and won the Silver title on April 15. On May 2, the WBC declared the title vacant.
· Roman Gonzalez defeated McWilliams Arroyo by W12 in a voluntary defense on April 23 in California.
· Nawaphon Sor Rungvisai mandatory.
· Gonzalez vs. Cuadras in a voluntary defense of Cuadras in super flyweight on September 10 in California.
· Muhammad Waseem defeated Jether Oliva by W12 and won the Silver title on July 17 in Seoul.
· Roman Gonzalez defeated Carlos Cuadras, conquering the super flyweight title on September 10 in California, and will have two weeks to confirm which division he will continue fighting.

LIGHT FLYWEIGHT WORLD CHAMPION: GANIGAN LOPEZ (MEXICO)

· Yu Kimura defeated Pedro Guevara by W12 and won the Lt. Flyweight title on November 28, 2015.
· Ganigan Lopez defeated Yu Kimura and won the title in a voluntary defense on March 4 in Japan.
· Silver champion Ricardo Perez won a unanimous decision in a non-title fight on March 18 in Quintana Roo. The silver championship has been declared vacant due to inactivity.
· Ganigan Lopez defeated Jonathan Taconing by UD12 on July 2 in Mexico.
· Lopez vs. Guevara scheduled next.
· Lopez withdraws with injury
· The mandatory status will be reviewed during the WBC convention.

MINIMUMWEIGHT WORLD CHAMPION: WANHENG MENAYOTHIN (THAILAND)

· Saul Juarez vs. Osvaldo Novoa final elimination fight ended in a technical draw in one round on December 12, 2015
· Menayothin defeated Go Odaira by TKO5 on March 3 in Thailand – voluntary defense.
· Juarez defeated Novoa by W12 in the final eliminator for the mandatory challenger on March 18.
· Menayothin defeated Juarez by W12 in a mandatory defense on August 2 in Thailand.
· The silver title has been declared vacant due to inactivity of Janiel Rivera.
· The mandatory status will be reviewed during the WBC convention.

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