British Boxing Board of Control | Boxing License Case


Kangs Solicitors have been instructed to represent a professional boxer in a claim against the British Boxing Board of Control (BBBC) for their refusal to grant our client a licence to box.

The BBBC are of the view that the medical evidence supports the fact that our client suffers from an Arachnoid Cyst on the brain and therefore he should not be granted a professional boxing licence.

This is despite the fact that our client is licensed by various other countries including Mexico and Malta as well as numerous jurisdictions within the United States of America including the states of Nevada, Florida, New Jersey and California.

We are in the process of challenging the decision of the BBBC.

The case involves extensive expert medical evidence and complex issues of law under both domestic and European Community Law.

The case is being conducted at Kangs Solicitors by Hamraj Kang and Steven Micklewright.

At Kangs Solicitors we conduct a wide array of Sports Law work and are happy to conduct a free initial assessment of your case so please feel free to contact us.

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