7-Day Registration of Interest for the ANBF Men’s Australian Welterweight Title

On 8th February 2022 the ANBF Men’s Australian Welterweight champion Andrew Hunt communicated to the ANBF  that he had decided to retire from Professional Boxing effective immediately and relinquish his Australian Welterweight title.  We congratulate Andrew Hunt on his reign as the Men’s Australian Welterweight champion and for his decision that provides opportunity for others to win this great title. We wish Andrew all the best for the future.


Consequently the ANBF Men’s Australian Welterweight title is declared vacant (ANBF Rule 84 (1)), and a 7 day “Registration of Interest Period” has commenced (ANBF Rule 75).  The  Registration of Interest Period will conclude at midnight on Tuesday 15th February 2022.


During this time interested promoters / managers may lodge a “Registrations of Interest” with the ANBF National Secretary of matches they wish to be considered to compete for the vacant ANBF Men’s Australian Welterweight Title.   (Please note that registrations of single boxers will not be considered.  Rule 75.1 (6) (b) states “Only established matches will be considered”.)


Only applications that are provided with the knowledge and consent of the boxers nominated will be accepted.


Lodgement is to Andrew Campbell via email acampbell@marsdenjacob.com.au  (i.e. reply to this email).


The ANBF cannot consider any applications until the Registration of Interest Period has finished.


Best regards



Andrew Campbell
National Secretary

Australian National Boxing Federation
Mobile 0417 115 954
Email: acampbell@marsdenjacob.com.au

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