Contact us email@example.com
The world boxing Council was born on 14 February 1963 in the city of Mexico, initially created by 11 countries: United States, Argentina, England, France, Mexico, Philippines, Panama, Chile, Peru, Venezuela, and Brazil. Its main founders were Mexicans Luis Spota and Professor Ramón. G. Velásquez, who were Presidents of the Council of world boxing, as well as Onslow Fane, of England and the Philippine Justiniano Montaño.
This was done thanks to the support of the former President of Mexico Adolfo López Mateos, who was a huge fan to the sport of fists.
In 1975 it became President of the Agency José Sulaimán Chagnón, who was in office for close to four decades. Beginning in 2014, Mr. Mauricio Sulaimán, by a unanimous vote, won the Presidency, which successfully leads up to today.