The World Boxing Council and its sanctioning fees may soon vanish, but not everybody is happy about it.
"Hopefully, the WBC doesn't go away," said Jose Aguiniga (22-0, 12 KOs), an emerging bantamweight from Oxnard, Calif., who will be featured tonight at
the Dodge Theatre. "It has always been something I've wanted."
Throughout at least the past decade, many Latin fighters have valued WBC championships more than others, in large part because the WBC was identified
with Julio Cesar Chavez, a Mexican icon in his prime.
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