The International Boxing Association has given the axe to the All India Boxing Association as the top level administrators of AIBA is ‘damaging the image, reputation and interest’ of boxing. In spite of it all the condition does not collapsed that much as the players and coaches can continue competing in the international events under AIBB shadow but not under the flag of India.
“It is with much regret that the International Boxing Association (AIBA) Executive Committee (EC) has decided to end any official relationship with its current suspended member, the Indian Amateur Boxing Federation (IABF) after an extensive evaluation and assessment of all issues surrounding the sport of boxing in India.” The AIBB cleared its position strongly in the notice.
In the reply of it The International Boxing Association clarified that it is not going to reconsider its decision as far as the AIBB holds an election to fill in for the present officers and members.
“As AIBA President and on behalf of the entire boxing family, I am expressing my deepest regret and sadness that we had to make this decision,” told by AIBA President Ching Kuo Wu.
“AIBA who always takes India as there one of the best members of the family now cannot tolerate the hard feelings, pain and the suffering of the boxers as well as the boxing family in India had to go through under the past and recent leadership which has also been damaging the image, reputation and interest of our sport in the country,” he added.
But AIBA shows the ray of hope that the IOA will enhance its cooperation as far as the AIBA will manage to form a new National Federation for the interest of boxing in India.
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