Professional Boxing India to host a Seminar for Ring Officials, Referees & Judges
New Delhi, April 7, 2017(N4C Sports)- In a fillip for Indian pro boxing, Professional Boxing India will conduct WBC Ring Official Seminar (Technical Rules and Regulations) for about 25 officials in New Delhi on April 8th and 9th, 2017. The two-day seminar is being organised in association with Asian Boxing Council (WBC Asia).
The one-of-its-kind seminar is being held for the first time in India. Thawuth Pluemsamran, Chairman Ring Officials Commission, Asian Boxing Council (WBC Asia) will preside over the same. Mr. Pluemsamran will be accompanied by his assistant Visuth Yingaupagarn.
Professional Boxing India (PBI), the not for profit boxing body working for pro boxing in India is the affiliated member of the Asian Boxing Council (ABCO). PBI operates under the umbrella of WBC ABCO to promote boxing in India. This in turn opens new doors for Indian boxing talent and officials to participate in WBC Asia contests and championships.
Royal Sports Promotions, the soul promoter of the Pro Boxing India Championship which will be organised in association with Professional Boxing India sees this as a great opportunity to give new wings to the professional boxing scenario in India by embracing the support staff along with the talent.
Welcoming Thawuth Pluemsamran to India, Sam Fernandes, Director, Royal Sports Promotions said, “We are very happy that Mr. Pluemsamran is here in India to conduct this seminar for pro boxing officials. Its a huge opportunity for the pro boxing fraternity in India to learn as much as they can. The training imparted through this seminar will help them learn nuances of pro boxing officiating and put them in a better position in future.”
“We hope this seminar will help the officials in a way that they are able to pass on their knowledge to the upcoming and aspiring boxing officials. This course is being organised in accordance with our plan to conduct the first ever Pro Boxing India Championship wherein we would like as many Indian officials as possible to officiate fights,” added Jai.
The curriculum that is set to start on April 8th, 2017 is aimed at enriching the knowledge of Indian officials of pro boxing. This will help them effectively apply their learnings at various domestic and international tournaments. Participation in this seminar will also further open doors for the officials and make them eligible for officiating at international fights.
Speaking at his arrival in India, Thawuth Pluemsamran, Chairman Ring Officials Commission, Asian Boxing Council (WBC Asia) said, “I am honoured to be here in India to meet the Indian pro boxing community. I feel happy to see that boxing India is working towards embracing all aspects of development of the sport. I am sure the seminar will elevate the level of technical know how among Indian officials.”