Saturday, August 29, 2015

ALL ACCESS: Mayweather vs. Berto | Episode 1

Wednesday, August 26, 2015



August 23rd, 2015.

It is with great pleasure to announce that the WBC (World Boxing Council) has joined forces with VADA (Voluntary Anti-Doping Association) to initiate the WBC CLEAN BOXING PROGRAM first proposed by our late President Dr.Jose Sulaiman Ch. Now under the directive of our President Mauricio Sulaiman this program will be another WBC dream come true.
Along with the invaluable support and tireless efforts of VADA and President Dr. Margaret Goodman, the PROGRAM will start with our participation in the testing funding for the upcoming Super Lightweight Division World Championship between Viktor Postol (Ukr) and Lucas Matthysse (Arg) scheduled October the 3rd 2015 for the vacant WBC Superlightweight world championship.
The WBC-VADA program is quite ambitious, and its main goal aside from testing is to educate the athletes on the danger and disadvantages that doping can bring to their present and future wellbeing, along with the penalties in testing positive for prohibited substances, in or out of competition.
The WBC-VADA initiative tutorials as well as complete policies and procedures will be available to all through our WBC website. It is the WBC's firm position to become a bastion of a drug free boxing profession.
The program has been planned, designed and developed with countless hours of hard work and dedication of many passionate members of the WBC and VADA. It is basically divided in 3 primary objectives :
-Awareness program to educate and prevent boxers about the dangers of substances and the tragic effects that they can lead to. This is done by tutorials, webinars , forums , materials , etc….
-Out of competition Random testing
-Voluntary enrollment by fighters.
The WBC and VADA will be continuously reporting progress of this historic venture and we are certain that the boxing community at large will endorse and participate ti achieve the main goal which is protect our athletes and our sport.

Thursday, August 20, 2015

2015-2016 WBC José Sulaimán Boxers Fund Grant Cycle

The World Boxing Council and Nevada Community Foundation Announce the 2015-2016 WBC JoséSulaimán Boxers Fund Grant Cycle

The World Boxing Council and Nevada Community Foundation (NCF) are pleased to announce the opening of the 2015-2016 grant cycle of the WBC José Sulaimán Boxers Fund. The Fund is one of the most prominent legacies of the WBC President-For-Life Don José Sulaimán (RIP). The WBC’s current President Mauricio Sulaimán has proudly continued his father’s vision. 
Since its first grant cycle that started in 2013, the Fund has awarded more than $295,000 thanks to the continued generosity of organizations affiliated to the WBC, promoters of WBC events and several other individuals and entities notably TelMex Foundation, and the tireless service of the Fund’s Selection Committee. Established to support retired professional boxers who have fallen on hard times, and administered by Nevada Community Foundation, a 501(c)(3) charitable organization based in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Fund will award up to $10,000 (U.S. dollars) per awardee during the 2015-2016 grant cycle. 
NCF will accept applications for Fund grants from August 1 through September 15, 2015. Applications must include all requested supporting documentation, to be mailed or emailed to Nevada Community Foundation by September 15, 2015, in order to be considered. 
Retired professional boxers who face significant financial need are encouraged to apply. For questions and assistance, please contact your local WBC federation or affiliate. Questions may also be directed to Nevada Community Foundation at: 
Jane Ramos
Director of Operations / Finance Administrator
Nevada Community Foundation
1635 Village Center Circle Ste. 160
Las Vegas, NV 89134
Tel: 702-892-2326 | Fax: 702-892-8580

Thursday, August 6, 2015

NVBHOF is On The Air


Tech Company RadioFlag to Power Station iNVBH
Which Will Broadcast Induction Week Activities
and Live Stream Saturday Night's Gala

Broadcasts Begin Today!
3 P.M. ET / Noon PT

Floyd Mayweather, Lennox Lewis, Marvelous Marvin Hagler,
Felix Trinidad, Marco Antonio Barrera, Roger Mayweather,
 Eddie Mustafa Muhammad, Mike Tyson and Sugar Ray Leonard
Confirmed to Attend Star-Studded Event!

Remaining Gala Tickets Available
via WWW.NVBHOF.Com  

            LAS VEGAS, NV (August 6, 2015) -- The Nevada Boxing Hall of Fame will unveil its internet radio station, iNVBH, as part of its Induction week festivities at Caesars Palace. The broadcasts will begin Today! at 3:00 p.m. ET /  Noon PT and culminate with a live stream of the Induction Ceremony Saturday night.  A variety of hosts will man the microphones during the week ranging from sportscasting professionals to boxers themselves.  The station is powered by the Interactive radio-connective company RadioFlag, a rising tech giant. 

            Boxing legends Floyd Mayweather Jr., Marvelous Marvin Hagler, Sugar Ray Leonard, Lennox Lewis, Mike Tyson, Felix “Tito” Trinidad, Marco Antonio Barrera, Roger Mayweather and Eddie Mustafa Muhammad have confirmed their attendance to the popular charity event.

            Nevada Boxing Hall of Fame President Rich Marotta said, "This is a cutting edge move for the NVBHOF, to put it in even greater contact with boxing fans.  It is not just for this week. iNVBH is now a permanent radio home where we can provide information, features, interviews and broadcast live events."

            To listen to the new Nevada Boxing Hall of Fame internet radio station, simply download the RadioFlag app for iPhone, Android, Blackberry and Windows Phone, register and search our call letters iNVBH.  You can also tune in via  

            RadioFlag was founded in 2007 by Anthony Roman.  From a simple early premise of combining radio and social media, it has evolved into a company re-inventing radio for a new generation of listeners around the world.

            "Our social radio web and mobile app connects listeners with radio hosts and DJ's, music artists and content creators of all types, onto a single platform," said Roman.  "This way listeners can share and discover content not found on traditional radio, such as the Nevada Boxing Hall of Fame."

            The Nevada Boxing Hall of Fame is a 501-c-3, non-profit organization. Ticket purchases and donations are tax-deductible. Remaining tickets for Saturday night's Induction Ceremony and Dinner can be purchased on-line at: the Hall's website:

            For further information, call 702-3-NVBHOF  (702-368-2463)