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Sulaiman: WBC to reform ringside scoring

In his weekly column, WBC President Jose Sulaiman has announced plans to bring the officiating of boxing into the the 21st Century. “We will be bringing boxing into the computer era,” said Sulaiman. “We will have our judges leave the paper and pencils at home. We will present a new computerized system by having a computer device in the hands of each of the three judges connected to a main computer that will be adding automatically, instantly, and accurately, the information sent by the judges’ devices into the computer. We will propose to totally change the system into clicks on buttons designating the differences in the action, but not in numbers.

“We will let the judges click the buttons for: 1) very slight difference; 2) somewhat clear difference; 3) clear difference; 4) overwhelming difference; and 5) a beating. In addition to that, we will have: 7) one button for knockdowns; and 8) one other button for fouls. We will let our English speaking friends find the right name for the buttons. And I apologize and feel very sorry for the ringcard girls not to take the scorecards from the judges to show their beautiful bodies to the cheers of the crowd, but we can still have them show the number of the round, as ringcard girls have become a tradition in boxing.”











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