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In the Boxing Ring
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AN INDEPENDENT SANCTIONING BODY

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ABOUT IBO

• Integrity • Independent • Transparent

We are an independent sanctioning body. We do not have any controlling business agreements with any other sanctioning organization.

The record shows that we've been – and continue to be independent, respected & successful. That's why mega world champions like Lennox Lewis, Wladimir Klitschko, Roy Jones Jr, Floyd Mayweather, Manny Pacquiao, Gennadiy Golovkin, Anthony Joshua, Oleksandr Usyk, and so many others have recognized the IBO and been proud to wear our belt. The IBO’s computerized rankings remain the most objective rankings in the sport.

President’s Corner

Edward S. Levine 

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“IBO President Ed Levine with 20 plus time IBO World Middleweight champion Gennadiy Golovkin.

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CHAMPION OF THE MONTH

Gennadiy
Golovkin

Gennadiy Golovkin, also known to as ‘GGG’ is a Kazakhstani professional boxer. Starting as an amateur, he went on to win a gold medal at the 2003 ‘World Amateur Boxing Championships’ in the middleweight division. He made his pro debut in 2006 and won his first world championship in 2010. The following year he defeated Lajuan Simon to win the vacant IBO world title. His knockout percentage is the highest in the history of middleweight championship. As of April 2022, GGG has defended his IBO World title 20+ times.

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CHAMPION OF THE MONTH

Chantelle Cameron

Chantelle Cameron, originally from Northampton, England, was initially introduced to combat sports at the age of 10 through kickboxing, moving on to Muay Thai at 16. She made the switch to boxing at 18. Cameron won two English women's national boxing championships in 2010 and 2015. She also won a silver medal at the 2010 EU Championships and bronze the following year. In 2017 Cameron won the vacant IBO Inter-Continental super-featherweight title and a month later moved up a weight class to fight for her first world title in her fifth professional bout capturing the IBO lightweight title.

In November 2022, Chantelle Cameron made history by taking part in the first ever professional women's boxing match to be staged in the UAE. With the victory against Jessica McCaskill, Chantelle also became England's first ever female undisputed professional boxing champion.

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THE TEAM

THE TEAM

Edward S. Levine

President

Andile Matika

FIGHT COMMISSIONERS

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