Originally Posted by Stonehands89
Well, there is
comes later and really depends on the media and the fans and the gradual acceptance of what we already know --that the Transnational Boxing Rankings Board reflects boxing's globalism, refuses to be compromised by the profit motive or any other corrupting influence, and that it can help the sport regain its senses after being on the ropes for the past 50 years.
It ain't gonna be easy.
And that is the main thing I disagree with you on. The rankings are great and better compiled than any other I know of.
But without prestige the championship policy is no more than a novel idea. I'd love for the day an interviewer says "so you've picked up a belt, but to be the real champion you must face fighter a". That day just isn't today.
We can but hope though and this is a step I. The right direction.