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OVER YEARS NOW PAST THERE WERE RESPONSIBLE REASONS WHY OPPOSITION TO THE BBBofCc WAS NECESSARY TO ALLOW REASONABLE DEMOCRACY IN BRITISH PROFESSIONAL BOXING.

THE NATIONA BOXXNG COUNCIL (NBC) WAS FORMED AND  DESPITE NUMEROUS DIRTY TRICKS TO TORPEDO THE NBC,   IT SUCCEEDED AND GAINED NATIONAL POLITICAL AND FANS RECOGNITION.'

When for Police Chieor boxer ef 'Nipper' Read became BBBOFC Pesident, ably assisted by John Morris as General Secretary, former boxer 'Nipper' recognised the greedy knaves from the true boxing supporters and decided upon a clear-out of the greedy knaves'

The corrupt members of the media tried desperately to retain the status quo corruption in British boxing  but the two NBC people  responsible for the NBC administration provwed too smart for the then dictatorial corrupt group  and at everymajor turn the then BBBofC adminsitrators became losers.

Eventually, the corrupt group

The media members who were pblicising the 'Fake News' sshowed no shame and only the local nespaper HACKNEY GAZETTE ublished true accounys on the battle between the NB ansd the BBBoC.

When the BNC gaianed reconition for the WBC abs WBA the sanction authorities and Lord Gowrie,the Minmster of State ordered the NBC to b e rexcognised as a legitimate organisation, it was the beginning of the end of the then corrupt grip of three promoters and two managers on the BBBofC.

 

 

 

David Haye faces a hearing at the British Boxing Board of Control [BBBofC] for threatening to "hospitalise" Tony Bellew.

The boxing authority will consider punishing Haye for his threatening comments after his heavyweight fight with British rival Bellew on Saturday.

While 

"We are obviously investigating his comments because it shouldn't have been said," BBBofC secretary Robert Smith told ESPN.

"We [Haye and the Board] will get together after the fight. Saying you are putting people in hospital is totally unacceptable."

Haye, 36, could receive a fine for his comments and measures have been taken to ensure there is no further incident ahead of fight night.

The pair were due to meet at a press event in Liverpool on Monday with a steel fence separating them as a result of the increasing animosity between them.

"It does kind of bring boxing into the gutter a little bit," said promoter Eddie Hearn.

The Board has warned that the heavyweight contest will be called off if there is a repeat of the trouble that erupted at a news conference to announce the bout in November.

Haye, the former world heavyweight and cruiserweight champion, landed a cuffing left hook on Bellew during the scuffle. Haye also said to the Bellew: "Let's see who's around your hospital bed on March 4. His life is on the line."

Despite both being banned, the pair still met in London later that year with boxing licences sanctioned by the Luxembourg Boxing Federation. ~