The WBC will be handing out two belts on two differnt cards on the night Munguia defends his WBO belt because...because the WBC Obviously not everyone is happy
The World Boxing Council released details of two belts added to the forthcoming fights featuring Tyson Fury and Jaime Munguia on September 14. In a traditional move, WBC President Mauricio Sulaiman hands out straps to the boxers competing around the two Mexican dates in the calendar. Earlier this year, Canelo Alvarez took home a trinket for his win over Daniel Jacobs. This fall, a ‘Maya Belt’ was created. Due to several high profile contests taking place, the WBC decided to give away two titles, one to the Fury v Otto Wallin winner and the other to Munguia versus Patrick Allotey. Confirming their intention, the WBC said: Two Edition Two Maya Belts will be up for grabs in the fights between Jaime Munguia Vs Patrick Allotey in Carson, California and on the very same night of September 14th with Tyson Fury Vs Otto Wallin in Las Vegas. The World Boxing Council made the announcement in the epicenter of hard knocks…The Chamber of Deputies in the heart of Mexico City. Mauricio explained that the WBC Board of Governors had been tied in votes for which fight most deserved this special status. Therefore both had been chosen.
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