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# jokeshop
AIBA move 2021 World Boxing Championships from New Delhi to Belgrade due to pay dispute
The Boxing Federation of India claim they were unable to pay the host fee because AIBA’s bank account was frozen.
# looking ahead
Irish boxers' Olympic qualification pathway confirmed in IOC's Tokyo plan
The upcoming AIBA-run world championships in Russia in September and October will not, as is usually the case, offer places to the event.
# stinks
Further suspicion arises around boxing decisions during Rio Olympics
French official Karim Bouzidi is at the centre of fresh allegations involving AIBA.
Hope for Olympic boxing as AIBA chief 'linked to transnational criminal organisations' steps down
Uzbekistan’s Gafur Rakhimov has been shrouded in controversy since his appointment last November.
'The boxers have done nothing wrong' - Amy Broadhurst unsure whether we'll see boxing at Tokyo 2020
The Dundalk boxer was speaking to Game On about the future of amateur boxing.
# worrying times
Sport Ireland 'deeply concerned' as boxing plans for 2020 Olympics put on hold
John Treacy said the current situation ‘creates great uncertainty for the outstanding athletes within Ireland’s boxing high performance programme’.
# war and peace
'Rio was the worst thing that had ever happened to me, but it was a blessing in disguise'
It took him five fights, but Michael Conlan feels he has finally found his feet as a professional boxer.
# the joe show
Superb Joe Ward reaches second successive World Boxing Championships final
The Westmeath native will take on a very familiar face in Saturday’s decider.
# the joe show
Ireland's Joe Ward makes history and guarantees at least a bronze after World Championships win
The 23-year-old is looking to go one better than in 2015 when he took home the silver medal in Doha.
# Poetic Justice
Wu's laughing now? A year on from Rio, Michael Conlan has left the failing Aiba in his wake
12 months on from flipping the bird, Conlan has flipped the script as Aiba descends to utter chaos.
# Wu is me
Aiba members call for impeachment of president Wu for alleged financial mismanagement
An executive committee member has told The Guardian that he and his peers fear Wu is using organisation money to pay his legal fees.
# Pros and Cons
Former professional boxers are now allowed compete with amateurs at the Irish National Championships
However, strict terms and conditions apply.
# Investigation
Olympic boxing fights weren't fixed - but there was 'an atmosphere of collusion'
AIBA admit there was an “unwelcome axis of influence” between senior management and judges at the Games.
# thursday
We'll Leave It There So: Rio boxing referees sidelined, All-Star nominations and all today's sport
Plus, mixed news on the injury front for Ulster as Munster near new signing.
# Seconds out
All 36 Olympic boxing referees and judges stood down by AIBA
The three dozen officials will not be used again pending an investigation.
# Controversy
Michael Conlan and Steven Donnelly sanctioned for betting on Olympic boxing events
Donnelly bet on himself to lose his last 16 bout but ended up winning.
# intriguing
More questions for Olympic boxing after AIBA Executive Director is 'reassigned'
Karim Bouzidi will now take up a new role with immediate effect.
# Claim
Michael Conlan suggests Ireland are being punished for former judge's Guardian revelations
The Belfast native admitted to being nervous about dubious judging ahead of his fights.
# Boxing
Boxing results stand but some Olympic judges sent home from Rio
At least two of the judges involved in Michael Conlan’s controversial defeat are still scoring fights in Rio.
# Robbed
Michael Conlan and the outburst heard round the world
Conlan’s furious comments grab headlines as spotlight turns on more questionable judging decisions.
# Raw
'Amateur boxing stinks' - Michael Conlan fumes after hugely-controversial defeat in Rio
The Belfast fighter was absolutely mugged.
# Pro-Am
Olympic Games opened to professional boxers after landslide vote at AIBA congress
Until now, boxing at the Games had been restricted to the amateur level.
# medal mettle
Kellie Harrington secures AT LEAST a bronze medal with quarter-final win at World Champs
Katie Taylor is the only other Irish woman to have won a World Championship medal.
# Champ
Katie Taylor opens defence of World title with convincing win in South Korea
The Bray woman overpowered and outclassed Valerian Spicer in Jeju.
# Boxing
Quigley advances as Conlan and McCarthy bow out of World Championships
After stepping up in weight, Belfast fighter Conlan was philosophical about his exit in Almaty.
# Boxing
WATCH LIVE: Donegal's Willie McLaughlin fights in the WSB semi-finals
McLaughlin takes on Ukranian middleweight Ievgenii Barabanov later this evening — and you can watch it here.
Katie Taylor named 'Women's Boxing Ambassador' by governing body
The honour caps a remarkable year for the 26-year-old boxer from Bray.
# Boxing
World Youth Championships: Walker forced to settle for bronze
The Lisburn flyweight was beaten 14-12 in his semi-final by England’s Oliver Simpson.
# Boxing
Ward breaks back into world top 10
Katie Taylor remains the undisputed world number one in the latest AIBA boxing rankings for October.
# Rio 2016
Joy as 'iconic' Taylor commits to Olympic defence
The Irish Sports Council are “delighted” that Katie Taylor has agreed to remain as an amateur in the hope of further Olympic glory at Rio 2016.
# Rio 2016
Rio, here we come! Katie Taylor confirms that she will stay amateur
Katie Taylor hopes to defend her Olympic gold medal in Rio after confirming this morning that she will not turn professional.
# Fight Club
John Joe still in talks with amateur boxing bosses
Olympic silver medallist John Joe Nevin is considering all options, despite announcing his decision to turn professional with Amir Khan’s stable.
# London 2012
BBC sued over boxing 'cash for medals' allegation
The broadcaster last night repeated claims that the AIBA accepted a $10M bribe to arrange gold medals for Azerbaijan.
# Interview
2012 Olympics: O'Neill relaxed and ready for the challenge ahead
Irish Olympic boxer Darren O’Neill talks to about his preparations for London and how he very nearly gave it all up four years ago.
# London 2012
O’Neill: Ward will be back in 2016, but the clock is ticking for Joyce
Olympic boxing hopeful Darren O’Neill has been keeping a close eye on his fellow countrymen at this week’s final qualifying tournament in Trabzon, Turkey.
# Trabzon
Joyce, Barnes move one fight closer to London 2012
David Oliver Joyce and Paddy Barnes are just one bout away from Olympic qualification after wins in Trabzon today.
# London 2012
Boxing bosses row back on Olympic skirt proposals
The AIBA have said that female fighters will not be forced to wear skirts in the ring at next summer’s Olympic Games.
# Controversial
Female boxers should wear skirts, says Federation
Dr. Ching-Kuo Wu, president of the International Boxing Association, says people “can’t tell the difference between the men and women” in the ring.
# Trouble?
Azerbaijan accused of splashing $9m to buy boxing gold at 2012 Olympics
Olympic boxing once again in the spotlight over corruption allegations, as the International Amateur Boxing Association deny any wrongdoing.
# Early Doors
The Morning Score: Friday
TGIF – here’s all the sports news you need to know as we head into the weekend.