COMMONWEALTH BOXING COUNCIL

CHAMPIONS AND OFFICIAL CONTENDERS
CURRENT

PLEASE NOTE Contenders are listed in alphabetical order and not in any order of preference.

GENERAL NOTE Where a Champion has been ordered to defend he must do so against one of the named contenders in his division. Should he wish to defend against any opponent not listed, application should be made by the Champion or his Manager to the Honorary Secretary and, if approved, the winner will take over the obligations of the present Champion to defend against a named contender by the time indicated.


HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPION VACANT

CONTENDERS
Friday Ahuhunaya Nigeria
Owen Beck Jamaica
Jean Francois Bergeron Canada
Shane Cameron New Zealand
David Defiagbon Canada
Kirk Johnson Canada
Kali Meehan New Zealand
Bob Mirovic Australia
Peter Okhello Uganda
Abraham Okine Ghana
Samuel Peter Nigeria
Matthew Skelton England
Michael Sprott England
Danny Williams England
Sherman Williams Bahamas

First match between any two from the above named under CBC conditions to be recognised as being for the vacant Title.

CRUISERWEIGHT CHAMPION MARK HOBSON England
Last Defence 17.12.04 (Voluntary)

CONTENDERS
Dale Brown Canada
David Haye England
Emmanuel Nwodo Nigeria
Sebastian Rothmann South Africa
Guru Singh India
Baldwin Tshiakale South Africa

HOBSON to defend against any of the above by 30th SEPTEMBER 2005

LIGHT HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPION PETER OBOH Nigeria/England
Last Defence 12.05.04 (Mandatory)

CONTENDERS
Freeman Barr Bahamas
Paul Briggs Australia
Jason Delisle Australia

Braimah Kamoko Ghana
James Lubwana Uganda
Joseph Marwa Tanzania
Paul Murdoch Australia
Lee Manuel Osei Ghana
Daniel Sackey Ghana

Special Dispensation granted to PETER OBOH : If no match contracted by 30th JUNE 2005 Title WILL be declared vacant.

SUPER MIDDLEWEIGHT CHAMPION CARL FROCH England
Last Defence 02.06.04 (Mandatory) 24.09.04 (Voluntary)

CONTENDERS
Charles Adamu Ghana
Matthew Barney England
Otis Grant Jamaica/Canada
Danny Green Australia
Eric Lucas Canada
Brian Magee Northern Ireland
Anthony Mundine Jr. Australia
Andre Thysse South Africa
Syd Vanderpool Canada

FROCH to defend against any of the above by 30th SEPTEMBER 2005

MIDDLEWEIGHT CHAMPION JAMES TONEY Ghana
Won Title 04.07.04

CONTENDERS
CONTENDERS
Sakio Bika Australia/Cameroon
Scott Dann England
Daniel Dawson Australia
Howard Eastman England/Guyana
Wayne Elcock England
Ian Gardner Canada
Nader Hamdan Australia
Kingsley Ikeke Nigeria/Canada
Gary Lockett Wales
Badru Lusambya Uganda
Mpush Makambi South Africa
Sam Soliman Australia

TONEY to defend against any of the above by 30th SEPTEMBER 2005


LIGHT MIDDLEWEIGHT CHAMPION OSUMANU YAHAYA Ghana
Won Title 26.06.04

CONTENDERS
Joachim Alcine Canada
Francis Cheka Tanzania
Gary Comer Australia
Kofi Jantuah Ghana
Michael Jones England
Tokunbo Olajide Canada
Shannan Taylor Australia
Richard Williams England

YAHAYA to defend against any of the above by 30th SEPTEMBER 2005


WELTERWEIGHT CHAMPION JOSHUA OKINE Ghana
Won Title 29.10.04

CONTENDERS
David Barnes England
Steven Chungu Zambia
Phillip Cottey Ghana
Michael Jennings England
Joshua Kotey Ghana
Joseph Makeringe South Africa
Hassan Matumla Tanzania
Ike Obi Nigeria
Fatai Onikeke Nigeria
Neil Sinclair Northern Ireland
Betuel Ushona Namibia

OKINE to defend against any of the above by 30th SEPTEMBER 2005

LIGHT WELTERWEIGHT CHAMPION JUNIOR WITTER England
Last Defence 19.02.05 (Mandatory)

CONTENDERS
James Armah Ghana
Emmanuel Clottey Ghana
Jason Cook Wales
Lucky Lewele South Africa
Lovemore Ndou South Africa/ Australia
Ajose Olesugun Nigeria
Ben Wonder Tackie Ghana

WITTER to defend by 30th SEPTEMBER 2005.

LIGHTWEIGHT GRAHAM EARL England
Won title 19.06.05

CONTENDERS
Kevin Bennett England (lost title to Graham Earl 19.6.05)
Abdulai Amidu Ghana
Ben Ankrah Ghana
Benedict Dlamini South Africa
Isaac Hlatshwayo South Africa
Michael Katsidis Australia
Raymond Nahr Ghana

EARL to defend by 30th SEPTEMBER 2005.

SUPER FEATHERWEIGHT CHAMPION ALEX ARTHUR Scotland
Won Title 08/04/05

CONTENDERS
Kpakpo Allotey Ghana
Craig Docherty England (lost title to Alex Arthur 8.4.05)
Daniel Attah Nigeria
Ricky Burns Scotland
Mzonka Fana South Africa
Ali Funeka South Africa
Lelhlonolo Ledwaba South Africa
Willie Limond Scotland
Khululekile Sibeko South Africa
Anthony Tshehla South Africa

ARTHUR to defend by 30th SEPTEMBER 2005.

FEATHERWEIGHT CHAMPION NICKY COOK England
Last defence 16.06.05 (Mandatory)

CONTENDERS
Jason Adams Canada
Osumanu Akaba Ghana
Jackson Asiku Uganda/Australia
Michael Brodie England
Tommy Browne Australia
Nadel Hussein Australia

Wayne McCullough Northern Ireland
Rogers Mtgawa Tanzania
Takalani Ndlovu South Africa
Gary St. Clair Australia/Guyana
John Simpson Scotland
Abdul Tebazalwa Uganda
Dazzo Williams England

COOK to defend against GARY ST. CLAIR by 30th SEPTEMBER 2005.

SUPER BANTAMWEIGHT CHAMPION ESHAM PICKERING England
Last Defence 24.10.03 (Mandatory)

CONTENDERS
Bonani Hlwatika South Africa
Michael Hunter England
Zolani Marali South Africa
Jeff Mathebula South Africa
Simon Ramoni South Africa

PICKERING to defend by 30th SEPTEMBER 2005

BANTAMWEIGHT CHAMPION JOSEPH AGBEKO Ghana
Won Title 29.10.04

CONTENDERS
Jason Booth England
Peter Culshaw England
Anyitei Laryea Ghana
Mbwana Matoumla Tanzania
Steve Molitor Canada
Khulile Makeba South Africa
Hawk Makepula South Africa
Leon Moore Guyana
Dale Robinson England
Gabriel Vabaza South Africa
Simphiwe Vetyeka South Africa

AGBEKO to defend by 30th SEPTEMBER 2005

FLYWEIGHT CHAMPION VACANT

CONTENDERS
Ncedo Cecane South Africa
Nkqubela Gwazela South Africa
Lee Haskins England
Hussein Hussein Australia
Nkosana Joyi South Africa
Mhikiza Myekini South Africa
Muvhuso Nedzanani South Africa
Sithembele Kibiti South Africa

First match between any two contenders under CBC conditions to be recognised as being for the vacant Title.

 
PLEASE NOTE CAREFULLY

1. When a Commonwealth Champion wins a World Championship, whether or not recognised by the Council or by any individual member of the Council, he shall automatically relinquish the Commonwealth Championship.

2. In view of varying medical standards and requirements for boxers throughout the Commonwealth, Promoters are urged to ensure that boxers from abroad competing for Commonwealth Titles are capable of meeting the standards of the hot governing authorities.

3. The eligibility of Zimbabwe rated boxers is subject to confirmation from the Commonwealth Secretariat of status as a Commonwealth member of the State of Zimbabwe.

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