The veteran had his license revoked for what was deemed inappropriate behavior towards a Las Vegas journalist.
Pulev was ordered to attend awareness events in Nevada to convince the CSAC of his determination to recognize his mistake.
Taking to social media, team Pulev confirmed the news.
“The good news came from the California State Sports Commission. With a complete majority, they abolished its ban at today’s meeting,” read a statement.
Without the ban being overturned, Pulev’s career and position as IBF mandatory challenger were in jeopardy.
A return to the ring is expected in the coming months before Pulev is then expected to be ordered to face the winner of the Andy Ruiz v Anthony Joshua rematch.
Kubrat Pulev is just days away from a final ruling on whether the boxer will have his license reinstated by the California State Athletic Commission. Pulev was told he needed to undergo an awareness course by the CSAC following an incident with a female reporter back in March. A case which is now dropped was […]
Kubrat Pulev’s future fate as the International Boxing Federation mandatory challenger still hangs in the balance. The Bulgarian saw his license suspended from March to September after the alleged groping of a journalist. Upon defeating Bogdan Dinu in California, Pulev was accused by Las Vegas reporter Jenny Sushe of inappropriate behavior. The California State Athletic […]
Jenny Sushe has ceased action against Kubrat Pulev on the back of a recent ruling into an incident of unwanted affection. The reporter claimed she was kissed and ‘groped on the buttocks’ by Pulev. The incident came after the Bulgarian fought Bogdan Dinu in March. Sushe has since faced a barrage of abuse from Pulev supporters as video […]