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WBA Regular Champion

I rolled back your edit on Anthony Mundine's page because whenever there was at least a period of time during a WBA champion's reign in which his championship was devalued by the existence of a super champion I marked him as "regular champion" (which is the status of each WBA champion who is not the super champion regardless whether there is a super champion or not). Only if the regular champion had no super champion above him throughout his reign he is not marked as "regular campion" (though he is the regular champion).--Emaster 21:45, 29 November 2007 (CST)

Javier Castillejo

According to this list Javier Castillejo began his reign as WBA middleweight champion when Jermain Taylor was "super champion". That's why I changed back your edit on his boxer page.--Emaster 05:08, 30 December 2007 (CST)

Joel Casamayor

I reverted your edit on Joel Casamayor's page, who was stripped for considering a fight with then fellow belt holder Acelino Freitas rather than fighting his mandatory challenger, interim champion David Diaz. Casamayor was not demoted from full to interim status at the time he was stripped. A few months later Casamayor was appointed interim champion out of nothing. (Samuel Peter shared this kind of honor.)--Emaster 16:35, 1 January 2008 (CST)

Image Names

Hey, good work, but can you not come up with better, more appropriate, image names than "70a7b19f-4250-4d24-a5f6-3246b849476a"? See better, representative image names here. --Ric 11:23, 9 March 2008 (CDT)

Ricardo Lopez‎

You stated that Ricardo Lopez lost his WBO minimumweight title one day before the first meeting with Rosendo Alvarez on March 6, 1998. About a year ago I asked this question regarding this date. As you seem to know quite a lot about this topic I hope you can help. BTW: In succession boxes the abbreviated date format has become a custom (Jan, Feb, Mar, ...).--Emaster 12:50, 1 June 2008 (UTC)