THE latest edition of the AIBA World Championships concluded at the the Ali Bin Hamad Ali Attiyah Arena in Doha, Qatar on Thursday (October 15). Significantly an Olympic qualification event it was probably the most professional World championships yet. The boxers had to qualify for tournament (rather than just being selected by their national side), the top nations all have full-time programmes and many of the competitors had already experienced pro style formats like the World Series of Boxing, in which five rounders are contested, or the new AIBA Pro Boxing event, which has just finished its first season. Boxing News was ringside, so don’t miss our report in this week’s issue of the magazine, and here we count down the list of the top 10 prospects, i.e. those who will be most suited to professional boxing (whether it’s WSB, APB or traditional pro boxing), to emerge from the tournament. Click below to read on.
Oct 20 2015
The top 10 prospects at the AIBA World Championships
From the tournament in Doha John Dennen gives his list of the boxers who'll make the best pros