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The World Boxing Association (WBA), formerly known as the National Boxing Association (NBA), is the oldest and one of four major organizations which sanction professional boxing bouts, alongside the World Boxing Council (WBC), International Boxing Federation (IBF) and World Boxing Organization (WBO). The WBA awards its world championship title at the professional level. Founded in the United States in 1921 by 13 state representatives as the NBA, in 1962 it changed its name in recognition of boxing's growing popularity worldwide and began to gain other nations as members.

According to ASIAN BOXING, WBA ranking update IN 2015 left some questions and criticism, The organization has further garnered negative attention with respect to its ranking of boxers, in spite of having adopted a complex, documented rating formula in the 2000s. For example, Ali Raymi had been rated number six when, in his service as a colonel in the Yemeni armed forces, he was killed. His death didn't significantly hinder his rating position in the WBA however, as in a subsequent ranking his corpse had only dropped to number eleven.


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Interviewer (Former Employee) says

"Not a credible place to work- Work hours not steady or dependable. Expected to work in complete silence. Promised raises that never came. Not a friendly staff."

Data entry/telecommunications (Current Employee) says

"Employee morale is low and management has a nonchalant attitude about concerns of employees. There are not any benefits and not much chance for advancement. No sick leave, vacation, auto deposit...basically no perks... Cons: No benefits, rude supervisors, rude overall and condescending towards staff"

Telephone Interviewer (Current Employee) says

"Good second job to make ends meet and have extra funds but don't count on it to pay recurring bills since they run out of work giving you little or no notice. Cons: Strict policies about eating, lateness, calling out and breaks."

Driver (Current Employee) says

"We be a schedule threw emails go to office pick up materials"