Floyd Mayweather, currently the WBC welterweight and WBA 'super' light-middleweight champion, should have been stripped of his WBC strap months ago.
World Boxing Council (WBC) has suspended its former middleweight champion Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. indefinitely and fined him $20,000 USD for testing positive for marijuana in his post-fight drug test following his lopsided loss to Sergio Martinez last month.
"In the 50 years of history of the WBC there have been 13 cases in all its fights and only 2 have been in championship bouts...boxing is clean of drugs."
Longtime trainer Emanuel Steward has formally asked the Texas State Athletic Commission (TSAC) to submit the results of Julio Cesar Chavez Jr's post-fight urine sample.
In 2011, the boxing world was rocked by controversial decisions and questionable judging which undoubtedly tarnished the credibility of boxing judges and, perhaps, the sport's integrity.
Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. has been a champion under fire to say the least since winning the vacated WBC Middleweight title by defeating German fighter and interim WBC Champion Sebastian Zbik at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, CA, on June 4th last year.