In one other step of the World Boxing Affiliation’s (WBA) world title discount plan, the WBA Championships Committee ordered the bout between Featherweight Tremendous Champion Leo Santa Cruz and champion Leigh Wooden.
The purpose is to have just one champion at 126 kilos and the winner of this bout will preserve this distinction. Santa Cruz is the tremendous champion of the class and reappeared in February when he defeated Keenan Carbajal in Las Vegas.
The Mexican should now face Wooden, who comes from defending his championship in opposition to Michael Conlan final March 12, in Nottingham.
Each groups could have 30 days to barter the bout from the second the communication was despatched to them on Wednesday, April 6.
In case they don’t attain an settlement or any of the events refuses to shut the negotiation, the WBA Championships Committee might open the bout to purse bid pursuant to its guidelines.