World Titles held by White Boxers

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  1. whiteathlete33

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    Adamek is stuck right now I think at heavyweight. I doubt Haye will fight him and has to fight Ruiz next anyway. The Klitschko's already have fights lined up. He will have to wait a while for a title shot at this point. He is fighting at the Prudential Center in Newark in February. His opponent is unknown at this pointbut hopefully they put him in with a decent heavy.
     
  2. j41181

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    Adamek is pursuing Haye for a fight (unlikely though). If he does fight Haye, he should beat and pulverize him at least. He's just too small for the division.
     
  3. whiteathlete33

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    I don't like Adamek at heavyweight as well. He was originally a light heavyweight so this is another big step up for him.
     
  4. Charles Martel

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    He said after the Golota fight he would like to go back to cruiserweight and defend his Ring Title. He has until July to do so.

    So his next fight may be at heavyweight in February but he may fight again in June at cruiserweight, IF he can land a decent payday. Perhaps we'll see Adamek-Huck or Adamek-Jones in Poland.
     
  5. whiteathlete33

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    Guillermo Jones? I would like to see that fight too. I have a feeling if that fight happens Adamek will be just as dominant as he was against O'neill Bell.
     
  6. jwhite96

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    Argentinians are white in my opinion. In college, I took a history course on South America and the professor who spent years in South America, although an American, insisted Argentina, and Uruguay were 100% white. If anyone follows soccer and sees the composition of Argentina's national team , I have never seen anyone who didn't look 100% white . So I would count Martinez as a white boxing champ. As an aside, the country which produces the highest number of Club futbol (soccer )Division I Club players per capita is not any country which has Affletes but Uruguay.I guess Uruguayans never got the message whites are slow, and not athletic . LOL
     
  7. Charles Martel

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    Sergio and Ginolbi are of Spanish decent, if not entirely 100 percent Spaniard. Look at the long nose and face, pretty classic features.

    I think he is going to shock the boxing world by defeating good albeit overhyped black fighter.
     
  9. Blue Devils

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    Sergio Martinez
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    Omar Narvaez
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    Both world champions from Argentina.
     
  10. whiteathlete33

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    Hopefully Bute, Pavlik, Klitschko, and Kessler will hold on to their titles. I can almost guarentee victory for all of them.
     
  11. Van_Slyke_CF

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    And the silence from the MSM is deafening.

    How many lurkers at CF are shocked when they read about the number of white boxing champions?
     
  12. Charles Martel

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    It's because of a centuries-old hatred those who control the sports media have for White gentiles.

    It never ceases to amaze me that over half the boxing writers and commentators are Jewish, as well as ALL the highest decision-makers on the sports networks (such as Greenburg of HBO, Hershman at Showtime, etc). Yet, of the top 100 boxers in each of the 17 weight divisions according to BoxRec - thats 1700 boxers - there's only TWO Jews.

    Farhood, Albert, Bernstein, Matthews, Kellerman, Atlas, Raskin, Dettloff, Goldman, Wetzel, and Rosenthal generally either ignore or discredit all white fighters. Oh, they might slip in a positive comment about a white fighter once in awhile, so to not make their hatred seem TOO obvious, but it's done only with the greatest reluctance.
     
  13. white is right

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    Argentinians regard themselves as Europeans living in South America. When the military government took over in the 70's many upper class Argentinians went to Spain to flee the government. Only in boxing because it draws from the lower classes do you see many Mestizo fighters ie Monzon and Galindez. Aside from Maradona I can't think of any Mestizo stars in soccer and I can't think of any in basketball.
     
  14. Blue Devils

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    Another belt we can win

    Slovenian Jan Zaveck 27-1(15) will face IBF Welterweight Champ Isaac Hlatshwayo 29-1-1(10) on Dec 11. If he wins he'll be the first ever Slovenian boxing champion.

    Pole Rafal Jackiewicz 34-8-1(18) will face Delvin Rodriguez 24-3-2(14) in an IBF Welterweight eliminator on Nov 27. Jackiewicz has a 19 bout, four year win streak. Two fights ago he beat Zaveck on a split decision.

    We'll have two shots at this title [​IMG]


    I'll leave Adamek up there until somebody wins his belt.
     
  15. whiteathlete33

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    Apparently fata-s afflete Odlanier Solis is "too dangerous" for Vitali Klitschko. http://www.boxingscene.com/?m=show&id=26201

    All this coming from a promoter whose fighters' best win is over Monte Barrett. This is just too rich.

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  16. Blue Devils

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    Updated list

    Wladimir Klitschko - Ring, WBO, IBF Heavyweight Champion
    Vitali Klitschko - WBC Heavyweight Champion
    Wlodarczyk/Fragomeni winner - WBC Cruiserweight Champion
    Marco Huck - WBO Cruiserweight Champion
    Jurgen Brahmer - WBO Light Heavyweight Champion
    Lucian Bute - IBF Super Middleweight Champion
    Carl Froch - WBC Super Middleweight Champion
    Robert Stieglitz - WBO Super Middleweight Champion
    Dmitri Sartison - WBA Super Middleweight Champion
    Kelly Pavlik - Ring, WBC, WBO Middleweight Champion
    Felix Sturm - WBA Middleweight Champion
    Sebastian Sylvester - IBF Middleweight Champion
    Sergio Martinez - WBC Jr Middleweight Champion
    Sergiy Dzinziruk - WBO Jr Middleweight Champion
    Yuri Foreman - WBA Jr Middleweight Champion
    Jan Zaveck - IBF Welterweight Champion
    Vyacheslav Senchenko - WBA Welterweight Champion
    Katsidis/Mitchell winner - WBO Lightweight Champion
    Vitali Tajbert - WBC Super Featherweight Champion
    Steve Molitor - IBF Super Bantamweight Champion
    Vic Darchinyan - WBA, IBF Super Flyweight Champion
    Omar Narvaez - WBO Flyweight Champion

    Only 13 belts above middleweight but we've made some ground in the lighter divisions.

    Three belts we can win

    1.) Vyacheslav Uzelkov is the mandatory challenger for Shumenov's WBA Light Heavyweight title.

    2.)Paulie Malignaggi will face WBA Jr Welterweight Champion Amir Khan in New York in May.

    3.) Zsolt Bedak will face WBO Super Bantamweight Champion Wilfredo Vazquez Jr away from home in Puerto Rico on May 29.

    If I missed anybody let me know and I'll fix it.
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  17. whiteathlete33

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    Dmitri Sartison is the WBA champ at super middle. He won the vacant title.
     
  18. Blue Devils

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    Forgot about Sartison.

    Do you guys think we should count Senchenko and Sartison? The WBA has two champs in some weight classes. Shane Mosley and Andre Ward are the "super champs" whereas our guys are "regular" champs.
     
  19. whiteathlete33

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    I would definitely count them. For our purposes I think Shemenov can be counted as white as well.
     
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    Zbik and Stieglitz are back in action this weekend as well. Here is the card.

    Sebastian Zbik 160
    vs. Domenico Spada 159

    (WBC interim middleweight championship)

    Robert Stieglitz 167 vs. Eduard Gutknecht 168

    (WBO super middleweight championship)

    Marcel Meyerdiercks 128 vs. Emiliano Salvini 129

    Pal Bedak 112 vs. Edgar Jimenez 113

    Rachim Tschachkijew 202 vs. Rene Huebner 199

    Mateusz Masternak TBA vs. Marco Heinichen 199

    Christina Hammer 160 vs. Patricia Braesick TBA

    Venue: Bördelandhalle in Magdeburg, Germany

    Promoter: Universum/SES

    TV: ZDF (Germany)

    It looks like a good one!! The unbeaten Gutknecht is another very good white fighter from Kazakhstan who looks to take Stieglitz's super middleweight title away.
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  21. Blue Devils

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    Heavyweight 201 & up
    Wladimir Klitschko - Ring, IBF, WBO
    Vitali Klitschko - WBC

    Cruiserweight 200
    Krzysztof Wlodarczyk - WBC
    Marco Huck - WBO

    Light Heavyweight 175
    Jurgen Brahmer - WBO

    Super Middleweight 168
    Mikkel Kessler - WBC (vacated due to injury)
    Robert Stieglitz - WBO
    Lucian Bute - IBF

    Middleweight 160
    Sergio Martinez - Ring, WBC
    Dmitry Pirog - WBO
    Felix Sturm - WBA
    Sebastian Sylvester - IBF

    Jr Middleweight 154
    Sergiy Dzinziruk - WBO

    Welterweight 147
    Jan Zaveck - IBF
    Vyacheslav Senchenko - WBA

    Super Featherweight 130
    Ricky Burns - WBO
    Vitali Tajbert WBC

    Jr Featherweight 122
    Steve Molitor - IBF

    Jr Bantamweight 115
    Omar Narvaez - WBO


    Interim & Regular Champions
    Dmitri Sartison - WBA "Regular" Super Middleweight Champ
    Gennady Golovkin - WBA "Regular" Middleweight Champ
    Sebastian Zbik - WBC "Interim" Middleweight Champ
    Michael Katsidis - WBO "Interim" Lightweight Champ


    IBO Champions
    Wladimir Klitschko - IBO Heavyweight Champ
    Danny Green - IBO Cruiserweight Champ
    Peter Manfredo Jr - IBO Middleweight Champ
    Leonardo Zappavigna - IBO Lightweight Champ
    Vic Darchinyan - IBO Bantamweight Champ
    Hekkie Budler - IBO Super Flyweight Champ


    Upcoming Title Shots
    Michael Katsidis 27-2(22) will challenge WBA & WBO Lightweight Champion Juan Manuel Marquez in late November on HBO.

    Valery Brudov 38-2(27) will challenge WBA Cruiserweight Champion Guillermo Jones this Saturday in Jones' home country of Panama.

    Ryan Rhodes 44-4(30) is currently rated IBF #4, WBC #4. The WBC belt is vacant and the IBF champ K-9 Bundrage is one of the weakest champions in the sport. Rhodes as an excellent chance to snag a world title in the next 12 months.

    Alexander "Sasha" Bakhtin 25-0(11) is currently rated WBC #2, IBF # 4. Look for him to get a title shot within the next 12 months.

    The WBC recently stripped Kessler of his title. They have now declared the winner of Ward-Dirrell will get the vacant belt.

    Let me know if I missed anybody.
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  22. whiteathlete33

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    I can't believe the Brudov-Guillermo fight is finally going to happen and it's only four days away. Guillermo should have been stripped a long time ago for two years of inactivity. I think Brudov will be the superior boxer and win the fight by several rounds but most likely he'll get robbed on the scorecards.
     
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    If a white fighter don't have the KO power,
    they just can't beat non-whites over a long time frame.
    they will get robbed at some point, that's why the top
    easteuros are big punchers..... Edited by: lost
     
  24. Westside

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    Hey Blue Devil great recap, it brought a big smile to my face and pride in our guys. Thanks Bro.
     
  25. Charles Martel

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    Kiko Martinez and Omar Narvaez sucessfully defended their titles on the weekend.

    And we have two new beltholders:

    Stuart Hall - IBF bantamweight
    Dmitry Chudinov - interim WBA middleweight



    So at the end of 2013:



    Heavyweight


    Vitali Klitschko: WBC emeritus
    Wladimir Klitschko: WBA super, WBO, IBF, IBO, Ring

    Cruiserweight

    Marco Huck: WBO
    Krzysztof Wlodarczyk: WBC
    Denis Lebedev: WBA
    Danny Green: IBO

    Light Heavyweight

    Sergey Kovalev: WBO
    Andrzej Fonfara: IBO

    Super Middleweight

    Carl Froch: WBA & IBF
    Robert Stieglitz: WBO
    Thomas Oosthuizen: IBO

    Middleweight

    Sergio Gabriel Martinez: WBC & Ring
    Felix Sturm: IBF
    Gennady Golovkin (white father): WBA super, IBO
    Dmitry Chudinov: WBA interim

    Welterweight

    Marcos Maidana (white father): WBA
    Chris van Heerden: IBO

    Junior Welterweight


    Danny Garcia (mixed): WBA Super
    Khabib Allakhverdiev: WBA world, IBO

    Lightweight


    Ricky Burns: WBO

    Super Featherweight

    Will Tomlinson: IBO

    Featherweight

    Evgeny Gradovich: IBF

    Super Bantamweight

    Kiko Martinez: IBF
    Alexander Bahktin:IBO

    Bantamweight


    Stuart Hall: IBF

    Super Flyweight

    Omar Narvaez: WBO

    Strawweight

    Hekkie Budler: IBO


    White boxers have had a very good year in 2013. I'm hoping it will be even better in 2014.
     
    Last edited: Dec 24, 2013

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