16
NOV
IBC-Sporty ink Rs 100 cr deal

NEW DELHI

indianexpress

The Indian Boxing Council (IBC) and Sporty Solutionz have signed a five-year deal under which the latter will pump in Rs 100 crore to boost professional boxing in India.

In a first of its kind initiative, the Indian Boxing Council (IBC) and Sporty Solutionz have signed a five-year deal under which the latter will pump in Rs 100 crore to boost professional boxing in India.

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9
NOV
Indian Boxing Council to start fight nights from January 2017

NEW DELHI

indianexpress

Professional boxing body Indian Boxing Council (IBC) will conduct four fight Nights over the next four months starting with Guwahati in January. IBC is the pro boxing governing body licensed by the World Boxing Organisation, World Boxing Association and the Commonwealth Boxing Council, to sanction, run, govern, train, regulate, structure and conduct professional boxing in India.

It’s season will unfold from Guwahati with the IBC-3 Fight Card in the month of January next year.

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9
NOV
IBC to start fight nights from January

NEW DELHI

timesofindia

Professional boxing body Indian Boxing Council (IBC) will conduct four fight Nights over the next four months starting with Guwahati in January.

IBC is the pro boxing governing body licensed by the World Boxing Organisation, World Boxing Association and the Commonwealth Boxing Council, to sanction, run, govern, train, regulate, structure and conduct professional boxing in India.

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9
NOV
Indian Boxing Council fight nights ready to pack a punch

NEW DELHI

indiatoday

IBC is the pro boxing governing body licensed by the World Boxing Organization, World Boxing Association and the Commonwealth Boxing Council, to sanction, run, govern, train, regulate, structure and conduct professional boxing in India.

The Indian Boxing Council (IBC) today announced four Pro Boxing Nights featuring some leading pro boxers from the country.

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9
NOV
Indian Boxing Council to start quarrel nights from Jan 2017

NEW DELHI

peoplemagazines

IBC-3 Fight Card during Guwahati on Jan 14, 2017, will underline some-more than 50 rounds of action.

Professional fighting physique Indian Boxing Council (IBC) will control 4 quarrel Nights over a subsequent 4 months starting with Guwahati in January.

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10
NOV
Indian Boxing Council to conduct fight nights in India; Guwahati to hold first bout in January 2017 – Firstpost

NEW DELHI

saddoboxing

Indian Boxing Council to conduct fight nights in India; Guwahati to hold first bout in January 2017

"We have already signed some big names of Indian Boxing, who are eagerly waiting to launch their pro career with IBC Fight Nights.

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9
NOV
Indian Boxing Council to start fight nights from January 2017

NEW DELHI

newsthrive

The IBC-3 Fight Card will have on offer an Indian National title, a North-East Zone title and an Assam State title belt for Guwahati.

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9
NOV
IBC to start fight nights from January

NEW DELHI

business-standard

Professional boxing body Indian Boxing Council (IBC) will conduct four fight Nights over the next four months starting with Guwahati in January.

IBC is the pro boxing governing body licensed by the World Boxing Organisation, World Boxing Association and the Commonwealth Boxing Council, to sanction, run, govern, train, regulate, structure and conduct professional boxing in India.

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9
NOV
IBC all set to resume boxing fight nights in January

NEW DELHI

timesofindia

In what could be a big boost for professional boxers in India, the Indian Boxing Council (IBC) is all set to resume its Pro Boxing Fight Nights in January.

IBC is the pro-boxing governing body licensed by the World Boxing Organization, World Boxing Association and the Commonwealth Boxing Council to conduct professional boxing in India.

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9
NOV
Indian Boxing Council to conduct fight nights in India; Guwahati to hold first bout in January 2017

NEW DELHI

firstpost

Professional boxing body Indian Boxing Council (IBC) will conduct four fight Nights over the next four months starting with Guwahati in January.

IBC is the pro boxing governing body licensed by the World Boxing Organisation, World Boxing Association and the Commonwealth Boxing Council, to sanction, run, govern, train, regulate, structure and conduct professional boxing in India.

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22
FEB
12 Indian boxers make their professional boxing debut at IBC 1

NEW DELHI

TIMES OF INDIA

6 Hotly contested boxing bouts, 3 World Boxing Association officials, the IBC National Title Belt, Prize Money Purses, Ring Girls – “IBC 1” had all the ingredients in place to serve a pot boiler for the fans who turned up in hundreds despite the troubles across the state border in neighbouring Haryana.

Indian Boxing has been at cross roads for over 3.5 years with no real action happening in the ring in the amateur circuit. It definitely comes as a huge fillip for boxers who can now turn pro with the Indian Boxing Council, a body established in 2015 to govern and regulate the sport of Professional boxing in India.

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21
FEB
12 Indian pugilist make professional debut at IBC fight night

NEW DELHI

INDIAN SPORTS NEWS

Twelve Indian pugilist have made their professional debut at the first IBC Professional Boxing Fight card held here.

The first of the six fights was in the featherweight division between a young local lad, all of 19, against an experienced amateur boxer from Goa. With the crowd of about 800 spectators rooting for the local lad Sachin, it was action from the word go.

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19
FEB
World Boxing Association sanctions maiden pro fight night in India

NEW DELHI

ECONOMIC TIMES

In a massive fillip to the still nascent professional boxing scene in India, the country will host its maiden WBA-sanctioned fight card here tomorrow under the aegis of the Indian Boxing Council.

The six bouts to be held at the Sri Fort Sports Complex, will be all-Indian affairs featuring national-level boxers with officials from the World Boxing Association (WBA) supervising the fights which will be conducted by the Indian Boxing Council (IBC).

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19
FEB
WBA sanctions maiden pro fight night in India

NEW DELHI

TIMES OF INDIA

In a massive fillip to the still nascent professional boxing scene in India, the country will host its maiden WBA-sanctioned fight card on Saturday under the aegis of the Indian Boxing Council.

The six bouts to be held at the Sri Fort Sports Complex, will be all-Indian affairs featuring national-level boxers with officials from the World Boxing Association (WBA) supervising the fights which will be conducted by the Indian Boxing Council (IBC).

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15
FEB
World Boxing Association to conduct seminar for Indian Boxing Council officials

NEW DELHI

SPORTSKEEDA

The World Boxing Association (WBA) would hold a seminar for Indian Boxing Council (IBC) technical officials, supervisors and ringside doctors from February 17 to 19, it was announced on Monday.

The seminar is aimed at equipping Indian officials to officiate at National, Asian and World level Pro Boxing contests. The IBC is affiliated to the WBA, headquartered in Panama City, South America.

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15
FEB
World Boxing Association to certify Indian boxing officials

NEW DELHI

INDIAN SPORTS NEWS

The Indian Boxing Council, today announced the conduct of a Technical officials Seminar by WBA Technical delegates. The seminar is aimed at equipping Indian officials to officiate at National, Asian & World level Pro Boxing contests. The IBC is affiliated to the World Boxing Association, headquartered in Panama City, South America. The WBA founded in 1921 is the oldest amongst the 4 largest organizations which sanction world championship boxing bouts.

The 3 day seminar organized by the Indian Boxing Council will be held in a hotel in the city from 17th to 19th Feb 2016. The international officials for the seminar were nominated by the President, World Boxing Association Mr. Gilberto Jesus Mendoza during the 94th WBA Convention at Panama City.

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15
FEB
Indian Boxing Council collaborates with WBA for technical seminars

NEW DELHI

JAGRAN

The IBC is affiliated to the World Boxing Association, headquartered in Panama City, South America. The WBA, founded in 1921. is the oldest among the four largest organizations which sanction World Championship bouts.

The international officials for the upcoming seminar were nominated by the WBA President Gilberto Jesus Mendoza during the body's 94th Convention at Panama City.

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8
JULY
New body for professional boxing launched

NEW DELHI

TIMES OF INDIA

Aiming to tap the unexplored potential of professional boxing in India, the Indian Boxing Council (IBC) was launched on Wednesday with the promise of lucrative financial deals for the pugilists wanting to take the plunge after exhausting their amateur options.

Former Indian Amateur Boxing Federation Secretary General Brig. P K Muralidharan Raja, who conceptualised the body, was named IBC's first president with Infinity Optimal Solutions (IOS) being its first marketing arm.

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8
JULY
Now, a formal body to run pro-boxing in India

NEW DELHI

TIMES OF INDIA

Amateur boxing in India might be in shambles but professional boxing is all set to get a massive fillip in the country with the launch of a governing body to facilitate pugilists, who wish to follow in Vijender Singh's footsteps and try their luck in the lucrative circuit.

Brainchild of former Indian Amateur Boxing Federation (IABF) Secretary General Brig. P K Muralidharan Raja, the body would be formally launched tomorrow and has the backing of international promoters.

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8
JULY
New body 'Indian Boxing Council' for professional boxing launched

NEW DELHI

ECONOMIC TIMES

Aiming to tap the unexplored potential of professional boxing in India, the Indian Boxing Council (IBC) was launched today with the promise of lucrative financial deals for the pugilists wanting to take the plunge after exhausting their amateur options.

Former Indian Amateur Boxing Federation Secretary General Brig. P K Muralidharan Raja, who conceptualised the body, was named IBC's first President with Infinity Optimal Solutions (IOS) being its first marketing arm.

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8
JULY
New body for professional boxing launched

NEW DELHI

BUSINESS STANDARD

Former Indian Amateur Boxing Federation Secretary General Brig. P K Muralidharan Raja, who conceptualised the body, was named IBC's first President with Infinity Optimal Solutions (IOS) being its first marketing arm.

IOS came into the limelight after facilitating Olympic bronze-medallist Vijender Singh's switch to the professional circuit by fetching him a deal with the UK-based Queensberry Promotions.

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7
JULY
Pro boxing body to be launched in India on Wednesday

NEW DELHI

INDIA today

Amateur boxing in India could have never been at such a vulnerable stage. At a time, when the sport in India doesn't have a proper federation and is being run by an international body-appointed ad hoc committee, Tuesday came a news that the a new professional governing body will be launched in India on Wednesday.

The new professional body is a brainchild of former Indian Amateur Boxing Federation (IABF) secretary general P.K. Muralidharan Raja, and is said to have the backing of promoters from around the world. The pro body will work as a bridge between its affiliated boxers and promoters to strike deals.

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7
JULY
New professional boxing association to provide 'fresh pathway' to youngsters

NEW DELHI

first post

Amateur boxing in India might be in shambles but professional boxing is all set to get a massive fillip in the country with the launch of a governing body to facilitate pugilists, who wish to follow in Vijender Singh's footsteps and try their luck in the more lucrative circuit.

Brainchild of former Indian Amateur Boxing Federation (IABF) Secretary General Brig. P K Muralidharan Raja, said that the body would be formally launched tomorrow and has the backing of international promoters.

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7
JULY
Professional boxing is all set to get massive boost in India

NEW DELHI

IBN LIVE

Amateur boxing in India might be in shambles but professional boxing is all set to get a massive fillip in the country with the launch of a governing body to facilitate pugilists, who wish to follow in Vijender Singh's footsteps and try their luck in the lucrative circuit.

Brainchild of former Indian Amateur Boxing Federation (IABF) Secretary General Brig. P K Muralidharan Raja, the body would be formally launched on Wednesday and has the backing of international promoters.

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7
JULY
Now, a formal body to run pro-boxing in India

NEW DELHI

POST JAGRAN

"We would be facilitating the boxers who want to try their hand in the professional circuit. We would ensure financial security from our end besides offering them good deals with leading promoters. I will divulge the details of the plan tomorrow at the launch," Raja said.

"The boxers will only have to focus on their training and bouts, nothing more. They need not worry about the other aspects after this," added the administrator, who was widely credited for a smooth-functioning IABF, which was terminated after his tenure ended due to manipulation in elections.

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