WBC new 10% rehydration clause compulsory for tittle fights

One of the main priorities of the World Boxing Council this year will be the development of the new Weight Management Program.

 

The WMP specifically aims to protect the health and safety of fighters.

 

In addition to our already established pre-weigh-ins of 30 and 7 days. The 14 days weigh in is added.

 

To further ensure the safety of boxers and their rivals, by avoiding over dehydration, the World Boxing Council is implementing a weigh in system on the same day of the fight.

 

In which boxers must not exceed 10% of their weight division.

 

The fighters must be weighed in the dressing room of the arena where the fight will take place.

 

It must be done to monitor that the fighter doesn’t exceed 10% of the division limit

 

In order for this initiative to work, we need the cooperation of promoters, matchmakers, managers, coaches, boxing commissions, boxing federations, the press and of course, the boxers themselves.

 

This new program was implemented at boxing events in Ciudad Guzman, Jalisco and Brooklyn, New York.

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