The WBA will sanction at least 11 world title fights in December

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The WBA will sanction at least 11 world title fights in December

WBA championship belt
WBA championship belt

At least eleven WBA title fights are scheduled for December, including the big boxing card, Christmas activity will begin on December in Germany, when 175-pound champion, German Juergen Braehmer defends against the Polish Pawel Glazewski.

The following weekend, 154-lbs, Cuban champion Erislandy Lara will defend his super welterweight belt against Ishe Smith in San Antonio, Texas.

On December 13, in Las Vegas, interim 147 lbs, Keith Thurman will fight with Leonard Bundu, after the interim 140-lbs champion, Mauricio Herrera defends against José Benavidez.

On December 19 in Argentina, Juan Carlos Reveco returns to action to defend his 112 lbs regular championship against Yodmongkol VorbrSaengthep.

The following day, the action will take place in Washington where the interim 126 lbs champion Jesús Cuellar defends against Edgar Monarrez.

Then, everything will focus on the triple WBA Championship in Tokyo, on December 31.

Takashi Uchiyama will defend for the ninth time his super featherweight 130 lbs against Israel Pérez.

On that same night, the super flyweight 115 lbs champion, Kohei Kono will defend his belt for the first time against Norberto Jiménez.

Finally, the third champion to fight on December 31 will be 108-pound King, the Peruvian Alberto Rossel to be measured to Ryoichi Taguchi.

It will be the first defense of the regular title for Rossel, who defended the interim version four times since he won it in 2012.




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