KPBC now Affiliated to the Association of Professional Boxing Commissions (APBC)
As of 14th June 2018, KPBC became an affiliate of the Association of Professional Boxing Commissions (APBC). Confirming this from his office in Michigan USA, APBC President Al Low welcomed KPBC aboard the APBC family.
While granting KPBC the affiliation certificate, APBC PResident Low said:
“We believe that the Association Of Professional Boxing Commissions (APBC) has an unprecedented opportunity to unite Professional Boxing Commissions and State Athletic Commissions from around the world in the spirit of unity as well as the desire to create the first truly international standard in Professional Boxing regulation.
The Association of Professional Boxing Commissions is a Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO) through which those that regulate the Sport of Professional Boxing world-wide are able to cooperate and discuss, as well as introduce regulations for the betterment of the Sport and those that compete, especially within the realms of Licensing and Medical Standards, Ringside Health & Safety, Sanctioning and Competition Rules & Regulations…” – APBC President Low
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James Onyango ‘The Discipline Master’ aka Ónyi Yule Mbaya’ from Kenya the World Boxing Foundation International Welterweight Title Champion displays his belt after demolishing his opponent Saidi Mundi from Tanzania. He is flanked by the WBF Africa Coordinator, George Adipo (1st right in white cap).
This was among the cards on the Bigger Than Life Ent Fights held in Nairobi on 2nd December 2017.
Hon. Rachel Shebesh, ‘a friend of Kenyan Boxing’ receives the World Boxing Federation belt which was on tour courtesy of the WBF Africa/Coordinator Mr George Adipo who was popularizing the vacant belt.
Gyms in Nairobi receiving donations of equipment from ‘Friends of KPBC’ .
KPBC Annual Membership Renewal and Application
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A NIGHT of KOs and Entertainment – 18th February 2017, BIGGER THAN LIFE ENT.
Once again, boxing fans from Kenya and around the world were treated to a night of boxing entertainment courtesy of the Making of a Champion Series Fights sponsored by Bigger Than Life Entertainment. A total of seven fights were scheduled for that night and sanctioned by the Kenya Professional Boxing Commission, KPBC.
Anderson Sifuna of Kenya beat Tasha Mjuaji of Tanzania on points in the featherweight category. Judy Waguthi of Kenya also beat Joyce Awino of Kenya on points in the lightweight category. Daniel Wanyonyi from Kenya who is also the ABU Super Middleweight champion beat his opponent Karma Nyilawla from Tanzania by points.
Fatuma Zarika the reigning WBC Champion from Kenya beat Flora Michele from Tanzania by a Knock Out in round one.
Maurice Okolla the Kenya Heavyweight Champion beat Alick Gogodo from Malawi by another Knock out in round one.
The main event was the welterweight fight pitting James Onyango the ABU Champion against Patrick Atuhairwe from Uganda. This was a return match and James Onyango sent the bully Ugandan scampering on the canvas by a clinical Knock Out in Round two.
Cosmas Cheka from Tanzania defeated David Rajuli of South Africa by points in the tough Super Featherweight fight.
Ejay Matthews the CEO of Bigger Than Life Entertainment promised more fights, “The MAC Series is about Making Champions, we want to make Nairobi the home of boxing in Africa and thats the vision we have,” Ejay Matthews said, “The fights today and the enthusiasm by the fans is what the sport needs in Africa and we are here to ensure it is done.”
R n B artist Uncle Sam was the guest entertainer for the night.
18th February 2017, BIGGER THAN LIFE ENT. Making of a Champion Series
Bigger Than Life Entertainment from Las Vegas is teaming up with the Kenya Professional Boxing Commission and Moving Media once again for the Making of A Champ series, the first boxing series happened on Saturday 5th November 2016, and now the second series is set for Saturday 18th February, 2017 at The Carnivore Gardens, Langata Road.
The MAC is action packed with bouts from bell to bell. In the main event a fueled rematch between Kenyan James Onyango and Ugandan Patrick Athuhairwe for the welterweight win! Also an 8 – round bout between Zarika Fatuma vs Asha Ndegere.
“We are here to make Nairobi Kenya, the Las Vegas of Africa, and to reinvent true boxing !!” E Jay Mathews, CEO of Bigger Than Life Entertainment
In special attendance, Two-time Light Middleweight World Champion – Winky Wright Comedian Tk Kirkland, International Boxing Referee Tony Weeks and Thomas Tommy “The Hitman” Hearns the first boxer in history to win world titles in four divisions, then become the first fighter in history to win 5 world titles in 5 divisions.
Bigger Than Life Entertainment has partnered with Tv T.I.B.I. to steam the fight live to 162 countries through NTV Kenya, creating a worldwide reach, affordability and visibility.
1 ticket, 2 events, there will be a special performance of an R & B singer from the United States of America as a Valentines treat as well. Tickets are online at www.ticketsasa.com and www.mi-ticket.co.ke and at the gate as well.
About Bigger Than Life Entertainment www.biggerthanlifeent.com
Bigger Than Life Entertainment Corporation is a full-service entertainment company specializing in Concert Promotion, Public Relations and Artist Management. BTL places Sports and Entertainment celebrities at major events worldwide and offers sports tickets and packages in Las Vegas, across the U.S. and internationally.
Kenya Vs Uganda ‘Rumble for Migingo’ – MAC Series Event on 18th February 2017, Carnivore Grounds
#1 … Bigger Than Life Entertainment present to you the ‘Rumble for Migingo’ No Mercy fight featuring James Onyango from Kenya aka ‘The Discipline Master’ and Commonwealth Champion vs The Menacing Patrick Atuwairwe from Uganda.
This will be a ‘No Mercy, No Retreat, No Surrender, Nowhere to Hide’ bout.
#2… For the second time, Bigger Than Life Entertainment brings you David Rajuli from South Africa who will be seeking to extend his clean record in Kenya in this explosive bought with Cosmas Checka. Rajuli promises to give Checka a run for his money, Cheka responded by reminding the South African that he doesn’t believe in promises. He Delivers, on time and on target!
Ejay Matthews CEO of Bigger Than Life Entertainment
The CEO of Bigger Than Life Entertainment has partnered with KPBC to host the Making of a Champion series, ” I want to make Kenya the home of Boxing in Africa. MAC Series is about making Champions and that’s what the business is about ”
This Card is Sanctioned by The Kenya Professional Boxing Commission.
Tickets available at www.ticketsasa.com Main Entrance 200/=, VIP 2,500/= and others 500/=
KPBC Chair sharing on the revamped Commission and its strategic focus.
The revamped KPBC has strengthened its management and governance structures together with a new strategic focus that puts the welfare of the boxers and relationship with promoters and sponsors at the core. See more on the video…
5th November 2016 – The Making of a Champion
Bigger Than Life Entertainment in Conjunction with Mo Entertainment and TKO Gym Nairobi presents high voltage fights on 5th November 2016 at the Safaricom Indoor Arena.
This is a KPBC sanctioned fight. See you there!
KPBC Chair on the future of the Commission
To promote and develop professional boxing through effective management and strong leadership.
To be highly regarded as a responsible, progressive and ethical commission committed to the expansion of professional boxing in Kenya.
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