Tuesday, July 18, 2017

WBC MIDYEAR CLEAN BOXING PROGRAM TESTING REPORT

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WBC MIDYEAR CLEAN BOXING PROGRAM TESTING REPORT

 July 17, 2017 


The WBC through the Clean Boxing Program administered by VADA has tested a total of 72 fighters in the first semester of 2017. Many of these fighters were tested multiple times during the process.

Following is the list of tests with all negative results:
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Following is the list of missed tests:
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Following is the list of adverse findings:
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Each missed test and adverse finding has been or is in the process of results management protocol.
The WBC and VADA wish to make the following very important recommendations to all fighters and members of the boxing community
*      WATCH THE CBP WEBINAR

http://wbcboxing.com/WBCVADA
http://vada-testing.org/courses/story.html
*      ALWAYS UPDATE YOUR WEHEREABOUTS FORM ANYTIME YOU LEAVE YOUR PLACE OF RESIDENCE
*      REMEMBER THAT YOU ARE 100% RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY SUBSTANCE TAKEN AND MANY SUPPLEMENTS MAY CONTAIN PEDS AND MANY SUPPLEMENTS ARE ALSO CONTAMINATED

Wednesday, July 5, 2017

ITC Pound for Pound Rankings








Photo Credit: Tom Hogan/Hogan Photos

Pound For Pound

1.  Andre Ward

2.  Gennady Golovkin

3.  Terrance Crawford


4.  Canelo Alvarez                                                                                                             

5.  Vasyl Lomachenko

6.  Errol Spence


7.  TeShinsuke Yamanaka

8.  Keith Thurman


9.   Naoya Inoue


10.  Deontay Wilder/Anthony Joshua

11.  Manny Pacquiao

12.   Guillermo Rigondeaux

13.  Erislandy Lara

14.   Leo Santa Cruz

15.   Shawn Porter

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

CALEB PLANT MAKES IMPACT SPEECH TO AT-RISK YOUTHS AT SPRING MOUNTAIN IN LAS VEGAS

Photo by Mario Serrano - Team Plant
 
LAS VEGAS, NV (April 17, 2017) - This past Saturday, undefeated super-middleweight contender, Caleb "Sweet Hands" Plant (15-0, 10 KOs), made an impact while doing a speaking engagement to at-risk teens at the Spring Mountain Youth Camp (SMYC) in Las Vegas.  Caleb spoke to the youth about a variety of subjects but mostly about staying focused on their goals.
 
"I really wanted to come talk with these kids instead of at them," said Caleb Plant. "The kids were very well mannered and they asked a lot of questions.  I was honest with them and I believe I made a positive impact on the entire group.  They have a boxing program up there and I was able to give a few pointers to some of the kids.  It was a very uplifting experience for me and I'm grateful to the Spring Mountain youth leaders for inviting me."
 
About Spring Mountain Youth Camp: (SMYC) is a staff-secure correctional facility, housing male youth between the ages of 12 and 18. This division provides for the therapeutic, educational, social, medical and recreational needs of approximately 240 young men each year.  SMYC is located at Angels Peak in the Mt. Charleston National Forest Area.  It sits at an elevation of 8,470 feet and has a capacity of 100 youth.