About IPBA

The Indian Professional Boxing Association is the National Boxing Governing Body that sanctions professional boxing matches and awards national and subordinate championships. The IPBA is a member organization of the World Boxing Association, the World Boxing Organization, the International Boxing Federation and the Pan Asian Boxing Association. It is headquartered in New Delhi, India.

Indian Professional Boxing Association

 
Indian Professional Boxing Association (IPBA) – IPBA Boxing
Indian Professional Boxing Association Logo.jpg
Abbreviation IPBA
Motto Be the best, beat the rest
Formation 2015
Type Non-profit Institution
Purpose Boxing sanctioning organization
Headquarters New Delhi, India
Region served
India
Membership
WBA, WBO, IBF and PABA
President
Shahe Ali
Main organ
General Assembly
Website www.ipbaboxing.com

History

In 2015, the first governing body for professional boxing in India, IPBA – Indian Professional Boxing Association was formed in Delhi. Mr. Shahe Ali, President of the Indian Professional Boxing Association, led the efforts towards its formation. With the establishment of IPBA, the first such body governing in the game, a strong attempt has been made to bring back attention to the sport.

The aim and endeavours of IPBA are geared towards bringing the sport of boxing in India at par with other popular sports.

Overview

In India, boxing does not have a large fan base, which is often attributed to the lack of discernible international exposure. However, despite Indian limited success in global championships events, athletes have regularly won medals at the Asian and Commonwealth Games. Since the first national boxing championship in 1950, India has not until 2015 established any platform for professional boxers. After a long wait of 65 Years, India is stepping into Professional Boxing.

A key desire of IPBA is to make the transition of Indian athletes from amateur boxing to the world of professional boxing a smooth affair. IPBA would also manage and promote professional boxing at national level in India and would ensure Indian professionals make their presence felt at the international level as well. IPBA wants the world to see India as a premier breeding ground of power sports in the world of sports.

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