Ali and the NABF
We thought you NABF and Ali fans would find this interesting. The Greatest's fights number 32 to 46 were for the NABF, Heavy Weight Championship. We are proud of our great history!
46 1974-01-28 Joe Frazier 30 1 0 Madison Square Garden, New York, New York, USA W UD NABF heavyweight title 45 1973-10-20 Rudi Lubbers 21 1 0 Bung Karno Stadium, Jakarta, Indonesia W UD 44 1973-09-10 Ken Norton 30 1 0 Forum, Inglewood, California, USA W SD NABF heavyweight title 43 1973-03-31 Ken Norton 29 1 0 Sports Arena, San Diego, California, USA L SD NABF heavyweight title 42 1973-02-14 Joe Bugner 43 4 1 Convention Center, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA W UD 41 1972-11-21 Bob Foster 49 5 0 Sahara Tahoe Hotel, Stateline, Nevada, USA W KO NABF heavyweight title 40 1972-09-20 Floyd Patterson 55 7 1 Madison Square Garden, New York, New York, USA W RTD NABF heavyweight title 39 1972-07-19 Alvin Blue Lewis 26 4 0 Croke Park, Dublin, Ireland W TKO 38 1972-06-27 Jerry Quarry 43 5 4 Convention Center, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA W TKO NABF heavyweight title 37 1972-05-01 George Chuvalo 66 17 2 Pacific Coliseum, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada W UD NABF heavyweight title 36 1972-04-01 Mac Foster 28 1 0 Nippon Budokan, Tokyo, Japan W UD 35 1971-12-26 Juergen Blin 27 9 6 Hallenstadion, Zurich, Switzerland W KO 34 1971-11-17 Buster Mathis 29 2 0 Astrodome, Houston, Texas, USA W UD NABF heavyweight title 33 1971-07-26 Jimmy Ellis 30 6 0 32 Astrodome, Houston, Texas, USA W TKO vacant NABF heavyweight title
Scheduled Bouts + Early Results
Ievgen Khytrov v Paul Mendez
July 21st, 2016
Foxwoods Casiono, Ct.
WINNER: Ievgen Khytrov TKO
2016 Convention Agenda + Information
On Behalf of President Duane Ford:
We kindly want to welcome everyone the opportunity to start making your travel arrangement for this years 48th NABF Convention. The convention location, dates, and hotel information have been finalized. Dates for this years convention August 11th - August 15th in Washington, DC. Hotel accommodations can be made through the NABF website for $109.00 per night. This rate is good for attendees staying between August 10th - August 15th. You will also be able to register for the convention through the NABF website www.nabfnews.com. Please note you will need to book your hotel rooms separately from the convention registration. The special rate rooms are starting to go fast.Pre-registration rate for the convention will end August 7th and the price will increase to $175 for a single and $250 for a couple at the door.I am also attaching the ad pricing sheet for anyone who would like to purchase an ad in this years program. Please get your art work in early before we go to print. Instructions are listed on the flyer.
Washington Court Hotel
525 New Jersey Avenue
Washington D.C. 20001
Thursday August 11th
12:00 PM – 5:00 PM Ratings Committee - Mount Vernon Room
WASHINGTON, DC, Here WE COME!!
2016 NABF Convention August 11-15th 2016 headed to the Nation’s Capital.
President Duane Ford released today, that terms of agreement have been reached with the Washington Court Hotel, 525 New Jersey Avenue, N. W. Washington, D. C. as the host hotel for the 2016 North American Boxing Federations Convention.
This will be a great event with great activities. Plan your arrival day for August 11th with departure on August 15th, 2016.
Use the web site (nabfnews.com) to register for the convention and make your hotel room reservations in a one stop manner. Click on the Convention tab at the top of the site.
Hotel Rates made through the NABF web site are $109.00 per day (Rates good from August 10th-18th)
Juan Sanchez Forever in Our Hearts
Here is a short interview with our beloved, Juan Sanchez. He was a modest man, but if you read his answers carefully, you’ll see the stuff Champions are made of. He stands as an example of how someone can build and rebuild a life while serving as a guiding light to others.
Jill: Tell us about your journey to America.
Juan: I was born in Cuba the son of a lawyer. When Castro took over in 1959 I left Cuba for the U.S with my younger sister. My father, mother, and my other sister could not leave Cuba until 1961.