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25 fighters didn’t enroll in WBC clean fighter program

WBC President Mauricio Sulaiman, together with VADA President Dr. Margaret Goodman, officially announced the Clean Boxing Program (CBP) on May 5 in Las Vegas.

Below are the fighters who are no longer going to be ranked by the WBC. The most notable are in the welterweight division as #1 contender Amir Khan and #3 Lamont Peterson both failed to enroll forfeiting their ranking. Other notables are #5 ranked heavyweight David Haye and #3 junior middleweight Vanes Martirosyan.

Below is a list of the fighters who didn’t enroll in the program.
David Haye – England – Heavyweight
Jean Pascal – Canada – Light Heavyweight
Jose Uzcategui – Venezuela – Super Middleweight
Gabriel Rosado – USA – Middleweight
Vanes Martirosyan – Armenia – Super Welterweight
Daquan Arnett – USA – Super Welterweight
Amir Khan – England – Welterweight
Lamont Peterson – USA – Welterweight
Rances Barthelemy – Cuba – Super Lightweight
Felix Verdejo – Puerto Rico – Lightweight
Emiliano Marsili – Italy – Lightweight
Henry Lundy – USA – Lightweight
Yuriorkis Gamboa – Cuba – Super Featherweight
Hairon Socarras – Cuba – Featherweight
Cesar Juarez – Mexico – Super Bantamweight
Edivaldo Ortega – Mexico – Super Bantamweight
Emanuel Navarrete – Mexico – Bantamweight
Gideon Buthelezi – South Africa – Flyweight
Brian Viloria – USA – Flyweight
Moises Calleros – Mexico – Light Flyweight
Javier Mendoza – Mexico – Flyweight
Angel Acosta – Puerto Rico – Light Flyweight
Janiel Rivera – Puerto Rico – Minimumweight
Carlos Buitrago – Nicaragua – Minimumweight
Simphiwe Khonco – South Africa – Minimumweight


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