WBO orders Briedis-Glowacki rematch

As per the official “Award” issued by the WBO Complaints and Grievances Committee dated October 25th regarding the appeal of Krzysztof Głowacki, the WBO World Championship Committee has ordered WBO cruiserweight champion Mairis Breidis and Głowacki to commence negotiations for a rematch. The parties have fifteen days to reach an agreement. If an accord is not reached within the time frame set forth herein, a purse bid will be ordered with a minimum bid of $300,000.

Of course, Briedis is already committed to face IBF champion Yuniel Dorticos in the World Boxing Super Series final, so we’ll see which fight he takes.

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  • For what happened before, I think in this rematch should be necessary two referees in the ring to control better this contest. Allowing blatantly fouling from both sides is a showing of extreme weakness and lack of professionalism in the delicate task of control the fairness of a fight. Hope this time both guys will be committed to proved who is the better fighter, not to who knows more dirty tactics. I believe Briedis will win by KO again, but in a better fight.

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