World Professional Boxing Federation


World Professional Boxing Federation

The World Professional Boxing Federation (WPBF) is a non-profit governing body that sanctions world championship boxing bouts and subordinate championships bouts. Its headquarters was located New York City,USA.

Introduction

History

The World Professional Boxing Federation can be traced back to the original World Boxing Empire (WBE). Its inaugural super heavyweight title fight took place in Annandale, Virginia, USA on March 9, 2002, between Mitch Green and Danny Wofford. On December 19, 2007, the WBE officially signed an agreement that incorporated it with the World Professional Boxing Federation (WPBF). Its current President is David "Z.W" Young and current Secretary General is Aaron Braunstein.

WPBF affiliated organizations

*United States Boxing Council (USBC)
*Asia Pacific Boxing Association (APBA)

Transitions of WPBF & USBC titles

*List of WPBF World Champions
*List of WPBF Internationally Champions
*List of WPBF World Youth Champions
*List of WPBF Americas Champions
*List of WPBF Asia-Pacific Champions
*List of WPBF African Champions
*List of WPBF Womens World Champions
*List of USBC Champions

ee also

Other world organizations

*International Boxing Association
*International Boxing Council
*International Boxing Federation
*International Boxing Organization
*International Boxing Union
*World Boxing Association
*World Boxing Council
*World Professional Boxing Federation
*World Boxing Federation
*World Boxing Organization
*World Boxing Union
*European Boxing Federation

External links

* [http://www.wpbf-usbc.org Official website of the WPBF & USBC]


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