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RIO OLYMPIC GAMES IT’S OVER FOR THE PRO’S, - EX-WORLD CHAMP TKO’D BY AMATEUR BOXER

Related imageTHE DANGEROUS AND FOOLISH DECISION TO ALLOW PROFESSIONAL BOXERS TO COMPETE IN THE OLYMPIC GAMES HAS BEEN BROUGHT TO A SWIFT END BUT NOT BEFORE A MAJOR SHOCK BOXING SCANDAL; LOSING IBF FLYWEIGHT ‘WORLD’ PROFESSSONAL CHAMPION THREE MONTHS LATER LOSES IN THE RIO OLYMPICS AS A LIGHTWEIGHT!

Former IBF Thai flyweight world champion 37 YEARS OLD Amnat Ruenroeng (17-1-5 record as a pro’ boxer) also rated #6 by the WBO at flyweight, forced the referee to intervene in a lightweight contest following the 37-yearold being given multiple standing counts in round three and 21-year-old French amateur boxer Sofiane Oumiha (France) was declared the winner by a TKO

Related imageThis means The Olympic Games, which is a hallowed and prestigious sports organisation, has been seriously embarrassed and boxing is shamed because totally unacceptable innovations are taking place in boxing under the aegis of the Olympic Games.

To allow pro’ boxers to compete against amateur boxers is dangerous and has no redeeming features. Respected medical opinions, which do not oppose boxing are outspoken in opposing this dangerous folly.

In the currently taking place Rio Olympic Games there is the astonishing situation of a 37-year-old former IBF World flyweight champion; rated number 6 by WBO, losing to an amateur boxer in lightweight amateur boxer.

This alarming a match requires first to have an acceptable explanation on why, according to the records, in the space of three months of losing his World IBF title in Beijing, former  IBF flyweight champion Amnat Ruenroeng put on no less than 17 pounds in weight to box as a lightweight without any explanation and was allowed to compete in a boxing match in the Olympics Games as a professional boxer.

This is an astonishing situation and indicates a high red alert danger.

Related imageThe organisation responsible for this grave situation, which raises extreme concerns with regard to safety of the boxer, is the highly controversial Amateur Boxing Association (AIBA.)

Respected professional and amateur boxing commissions with whom Amnat Ruenroeng is licensed are obliged to consider ordering a special inquiry to gain a full explanation from boxer Amnat Ruenroeng, AIBA and any other, for this alarming weight change in three months from flyweight to lightweight, by a competing flyweight boxer.

This astonishing weight gain for such a light in weight boxer surely alarmed both the AIBA and their medical advisers, who sanctioned Amnat Ruenroeng boxing as a lightweight in the Olympic Games and they conducted a full inquiry into the circumstances of the weight increase in such a short space time, before allowing boxer Ruenroeng to box in the Olympic Games..

So serious is this matter AIBA has to put into the public domain the full details relating to Amnat being given permission to box as a light weight when just three months earlier he was the IBF World titleholder.

 As far as is known by Amateur International Boxing Association (AIBA) did not conduct any such inquiry. It is lax situations that are cause for disasters in boxing and elsewhere.

If they did conduct an investigation including the involvement by qualified medical doctors, BOXINGACTION WILL GLADLY PUBLISH THE FULL FINDINGS IN BOLD PRINT.  

The entire pro’ boxing competitors, who entered for Olympic Games and were accepted, numbered just three boxers.

This means the instigators of this dangerous and extremely foolish attempt to both endanger boxers and eliminate amateur boxing, has to have seriously embarrassed the AIBA dangerous attempt by AIBA to destruct amateur boxing and place amateur boxing and professional boxing under one AIBA umbrella has, fortunately for boxers and boxing, failed miserably.

Boxing deserves much better. It would be interesting for the views of the amateur boxing associations to voice their views publicly on professional boxers boxing in the Olympic Games and do they believe, or otherwise, it will eventually mean the demise of amateur boxing.

Professional boxing is not without cause for complaint. The multi World ‘Champions that are allowed to exist in so many World professional boxing sanctioning bodies, is another cause for concern. If only, because it demeans professional boxing. To have more than one champion in any one class is a contradiction, therefore it has no meaning.

It is a manufactured system to benefit individual administrations.

The reality is the interpretation of the word CHAMPION is only valid when used in the singular and has no meaning when used in the plural to describe a World champion, if only because there is only one World.   

Related imageProbably, the main opposition  for defeating this dangerous attempt by AIBA to be the sole administrators of amateur and professional boxing is the President Mauricio Sulaiman of the World Boxing Council, who is following upon the positive mind and action of his late Father, Dr. Jose Sulaiman, whose forward thinking did so much to improve and make boxing so much safer.

Dr. Sulaiman’s forward thinking did so much to improve boxing and gain respect from members of the medical professional. Before his foresight and intervention, boxing lay in uncultivated fallow for decades and it became a split punch bag for the anti-boxing brigade.

Today boxing is no longer a punch bag and the anti-boxing brigade has been silenced due to boxing no longer being in the Top10 of dangerous sports.

A remarkable event made even more remarkable due to boxing, in recent years being revitalised and made even more popular based on evidence such as the Mayweather Jr. – Pacquiao breaking all income returns in the history of boxing and other undeniable evidence.

Professional boxing and amateur boxing are as far apart as football and rugby. In both these sports they were similar kits; they both use a ball, they have goal posts but they are as far apart in method as professional and amateur boxing.

AND LONG MAY THEY REMAIN APART!

IT’S OVER FOR THE PRO’S, EX-WORLD CHAMP TKO’D BY AMATEUR BOXER

OLYMPIC 2016 BOXING SCANDAL; LOSING IBF FLYWEIGHT ‘WORLD’ PROFESSSONAL CHAMPION THREE MONTHS LATER LOSES IN THE OLYMPICS AS A LIGHTWEIGHT!

THE DANGEROUS AND FOOLISH ATTEMPT TO ALLOW PROFESSIONAL BOXERS TO COMPETE IN THE OLYMPIC GAMES HAS BEEN BROUGHT TO A SWIFT END BUT NOT BEFORE THIS MAJOR SHOCK.

Former IBF Thai flyweight world champion 37 YEARS OLD Amnat Ruenroeng (17-1-5 record as a pro’ boxer) also rated #6 by the WBO at flyweight, forced the referee to intervene in a lightweight contest following the 37-yearold being given multiple standing counts in round three and 21-year-old French amateur boxer Sofiane Oumiha (France) was declared the winner by a TKO.

This means The Olympic Games, which is a hallowed and prestigious sports organisation, has been seriously embarrassed and boxing is shamed because totally unacceptable innovations are taking place in boxing under the aegis of the Olympic Games.

To allow pro’ boxers to compete against amateur boxers is dangerous and has no redeeming features. Respected medical opinions, which do not oppose boxing are outspoken in opposing this dangerous folly.

In the currently taking place Rio Olympic Games there is the astonishing situation of a 37-year-old former IBF World flyweight champion; rated number 6 by WBO, losing to an amateur boxer in lightweight amateur boxer.

This alarming a match requires first to have an acceptable explanation on why, according to the records, in the space of three months of losing his World IBF title in Beijing, former  IBF flyweight champion Amnat Ruenroeng put on no less than 17 pounds in weight to box as a lightweight without any explanation and was allowed to compete in a boxing match in the Olympics Games as a professional boxer.

This is an astonishing situation and indicates a high red alert danger.

The organisation responsible for this grave situation, which raises extreme concerns with regard to safety of the boxer, is the highly controversial Amateur Boxing Association (AIBA.)

Respected professional and amateur boxing commissions with whom Amnat Ruenroeng is licensed are obliged to consider ordering a special inquiry to gain a full explanation from boxer Amnat Ruenroeng, AIBA and any other, for this alarming weight change in three months from flyweight to lightweight, by a competing flyweight boxer.

This astonishing weight gain for such a light in weight boxer surely alarmed both the AIBA and their medical advisers, who sanctioned Amnat Ruenroeng boxing as a lightweight in the Olympic Games and they conducted a full inquiry into the circumstances of the weight increase in such a short space time, before allowing boxer Ruenroeng to box in the Olympic Games..

So serious is this matter AIBA has to put into the public domain the full details relating to Amnat being given permission to box as a light weight when just three months earlier he was the IBF World titleholder.

As far as is known by Amateur International Boxing Association (AIBA) did not conduct any such inquiry. It is lax situations that are cause for disasters in boxing and elsewhere.

If they did conduct an investigation including the involvement by qualified medical doctors, BOXINGACTION WILL GLADLY PUBLISH THE FULL FINDINGS IN BOLD PRINT.  


The entire pro’ boxing competitors, who entered for Olympic Games and were accepted, numbered just three boxers.

This means the instigators of this dangerous and extremely foolish attempt to both endanger boxers and eliminate amateur boxing, has to have seriously embarrassed the AIBA dangerous attempt by AIBA to destruct amateur boxing and place amateur boxing and professional boxing under one AIBA umbrella has, fortunately for boxers and boxing,HAS failed miserably.

 

Boxing deserves much better. It would be interesting for the views of the amateur boxing associations to voice their views publicly on professional boxers boxing in the Olympic Games and do they believe, or otherwise, it will eventually mean the demise of amateur boxing. 

Professional boxing is not without cause for complaint. The multi World ‘Champions that are allowed to exist in so many World professional boxing sanctioning bodies, is another cause for concern. If only, because it demeans professional boxing. To have more than one champion in any one class is a contradiction, therefore it has no meaning.

It is a manufactured system to benefit individual administrations.

The reality is the interpretation of the word CHAMPION is only valid when used in the singular and has no meaning when used in the plural to describe a World champion, if only because there is only one World.   

Probably, the main opposition  for defeating this dangerous attempt by AIBA to be the sole administrators of amateur and professional boxing is the President Mauricio Sulaiman of the World Boxing Council, who is following upon the positive mind and action of his late Father, Dr. Jose Sulaiman, whose forward thinking did so much to improve and make boxing so much safer.

Dr. Sulaiman’s forward thinking did so much to improve boxing and gain respect from members of the medical professional. Before his foresight and intervention, boxing lay in uncultivated fallow for decades and it became a split punch bag for the anti-boxing brigade.

Today boxing is no longer a punch bag and the anti-boxing brigade has been silenced due to boxing no longer being in the Top10 of dangerous sports.

A remarkable event made even more remarkable due to boxing, in recent years being revitalised and made even more popular based on evidence such as the Mayweather Jr. – Pacquiao breaking all income returns in the history of boxing and other undeniable evidence.

Professional boxing and amateur boxing are as far apart as football and rugby. In both these sports they wear similar kits; they both use one ball, they have goal posts, different rules and more,  but they are as far apart in method as professional and amateur boxing.

Based upon safety and other good reasons LONG MAY AMATEUR AND PROFESSIONAL  BOXING REMAIN APART!  

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