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..n Champion. Such challenges in the case of eligible Boxers must be made through the Affiliated National Association by which the challenging Boxer is licensed.   Article 2 - Role of E.B.U. 2.1. European Championships shall be controlled by the E.B.U. through the E.B.U. Council which shall be responsible for conducting such Championships in accordance with these Regulations.   Article 3 - Eligibility To be eligible to take part in a contest for a European Championship a Boxer must : 3.1. be at least 18 years of age ; and 3.2. be domiciled and a national of a European Country ; 3.3. have boxed at least five of his last ten fights in Europe. 3.4. be licensed by an Affiliated National Association ; and 3.5. be approved by the E.B.U. Council. 3.6. not holding any World Title of any Federation.   ......

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..ewith independently from the EBU to observe the following standards for all the contests they approve of:   General Boxers will always be licensed by the EBU-Affiliated Federation of the country in which the boxer is living, provided there is such a Federation. Exceptions are possible only with the written authorization of that Federation. This princip......

.. eligible to be rated in the EBU ratings a boxer must be : (a) at least 18 years of age (b) domiciled in and a citizen of a European country (c)  licensed at least one year by an EBU  Affiliated federation or organization   Article 4 – Weights The weight categories recognized by the Board of Directors are defined in Article 4 of the EBU Boxing Rules. ......

..ligible to take part in a European Union bouts the boxers must have a passport or ID of one of the EU member Countries and also be in possession of a license issued by the corresponding Federation. 4. The Supervisor will be appointed by the EBU President among its members as it is the procedure for the EBU bouts. When a title of the European Union is held in a non-......

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