Welcome to the official website of the Canadian Professional Boxing Council, the longest reigning sanctioning body for professional boxing in Canada and also now sanctioning abroad. This site is dedicated to the memory of the late Jerry Doiron Sr. (Senior Advisor) and the late Vince Bagnato (Past President). The C.P.B.C. would like to thank our sponsor Mapleton Pharmacy and Premium Awards & Recognition Ltd. for their support.
The C.P.B.C. would like to take a moment in welcoming some new members.
We welcome Troy Talbot as the C.P.B.C. Senior Advisor.
Troy come's on board with a great background of boxing and good business decisions.
He will be a great asset to the C.P.B.C. welcome Troy.
Another new member is Kyle (Cameron) MacLean, who will be the NOVA SCOTIA REPRESENTATIVE.
Kyle also has an extensive background in boxing and will be a breath of fresh air for the C.P.B.C..
Welcome aboard Kyle.
In the recent days after some terrible post were made from the president of the WBU i felt as former vice president and championship chairman of the WBU it is my duty to set things right and say it like it really is not like some lies that have been posted from the president of the WBU. After seeing the the racial and terrible hate post the WBU president made we felt as members of the C.P.B.C that our affiliation came to an end as we could not be involved with such terrible things.
Today the C.P.B.C. honored former Canadian Light Heavyweight Champion Doug Harper. It was a pleasure for the the C.P.B.C. to honor this former Canadian Champion who in his prime days fought the boxing legend Yvon Durelle 3 times winning 1 loosing 1 and a draw on the other. Special thanks to C.P.B.C. Representative Jamie Taylor for helping this happen and also thank you to Chris Ladouceur for being so patient for getting the timing right and also a very special thank you to C.P.B.C. representative Scotty ( the bulldog) Olson for taking the time to be there for this great moment.
The C.P.B.C. would like to offer condolences to the family and close friends of Wayne (Punchy ) Cormier who passed away late Saturday night at the Moncton Hospital.
Wayne was a well known fighter in the Moncton area and very well liked by many. He will be sadly missed. R I P Champ.