Next fight of Ching-kuo Wu is not determined yet.
The International Olympic Committee (IOC) has asked the International Boxing Association (AIBA) to submit a full report on the organization's activities by the end of January. This was stated at a press conference by the head of the IOC Thomas Bach.
Ching-Kuo Wu resigned voluntarily from the president post of the International Boxing Association (AIBA). "I made this decision for the love of boxing," said the 71-year-old Ching-Kuo Wu. "I act in the interests of the organization and boxing."
The Congress of the International Boxing Association (AIBA) will discuss the possible resignation of the current president of the organization Ching-Kuo Wu at a meeting on November 12 in Dubai. In July 13 members of the executive committee of the organization expressed a vote of no confidence to the 70-year-old Wu. One of the reasons for this decision was serious financial problems of the organization, information about which Wu denied. The president was asked to resign at his own request, but he refused.
President of the International Amateur Boxing Association (AIBA) Ching-Kuo Wu said that he is not going to leave his post and will continue to work from August 2, when the organization's headquarters in Lausanne will open. The building of the headquarters of AIBA was blocked by security officers, in connection with the situation in the leadership of the organization.
President of the International Boxing Association (AIBA) Ching-Kuo Wu after a vote of no confidence from the members of the executive committee will continue to hold office until the next congress of the organization, which will be held within three months. This was reported to journalists by AIBA vice-president Franco Falcinelli.