WBA OCEANIA TITLE MATCH RULES
A WBA Oceania Champion is required to defend his or her title within six months of having gained the WBA Oceania title, and from then on at six monthly intervals.
Failure to meet the mandatory obligation will lead to the WBA Oceania withdrawing recognition as the WBA Oceania Champion.
The WBA Oceania will accept applications if necessary from two eligible contenders to take part in an elimination bout to decide the mandatory contender. If the Champion is unwilling to defend against the mandatory contender, then recognition of the champion will be withdrawn and the winner of the elimination contest shall be in one corner for the vacant title contest.
The WBA Oceania rules that voluntary challengers should come from different Countries than their opponent, however if the promoter submits a special request for a contest involving boxers from the same Country, a special permit can be considered and depending on the circumstances the WBA Oceania may approve the contest under this special permission clause.
CHAMPIONSHIP BOUT DURATION
A WBA Oceania Championship bout can be fought over duration a of TEN ,ELEVEN or TWELVE rounds.
SPECIAL PERMITS & NON-TITLE BOUTS
A champion may have a non-title (WBA Oceania) bout within the 6 months mandatory period as long as he receives a Special Permission from WBA Oceania prior to his proposed bout. The Special Permit does not apply to another regional title from another organization unless it is in conjunction with the WBA Oceania
Please direct all sanctioning enquiries to Derek Milham & Ferlin Marsh