The World Boxing Council have urged rated fighters to make haste and enroll in the Clean Boxing Program as a matter of urgency.
Several high-profile names have already been dropped from the WBC rankings since the inception of the program last year, although the likes of Tomoki Kameda, Rau’shee Warren, Jermall Charlo, Danny Jacobs, Jack Culcay, Carl Frampton, Tomas Rojas, Firat Arslan, Thomas Oosthuizen and Christopher Rebrasse are still to complete the formalities.
On Wednesday, the WBC sent out the following statement urging those who haven’t filed the paperwork to do so as soon as possible.
This is a reminder for all boxers rated in the top 15 of the WBC who are not yet participating in the WBC Clean Boxing Program.
It is mandatory to enroll and any fighter who does not complete the process during this month of May will be removed from the rankings in the World Boxing Council ratings list.
Please follow the simple steps to enroll by searching on our website for the links to the forms available at www.WBCBOXING.com Official site, where your boxers and interested parties can also view the mandatory webinar for the Clean Boxing program
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The WBC, as well as most fighters in the world, believe in Fighting Fair through the WBC Clean Boxing Program for the protection of the athlete and to preserve great sport which is boxing clean of performance enhancing drugs