The committeeâ€™s chairperson Lonzoe Zimba, who is also Africa Boxing Union (ABU) vice-president, disclosed on Monday that it expected promoters to concentrate on logistics of bouts.
“Issues of prizes are confidential between the boxer, his manager and promoters. What we emphasise is that before a fight boxers must sign contracts,” Zimba said last week.
But Namisonga Boxing Promotions general secretary Joster Chisale and Gerald Lipikwe of PMG Promotions said the ban on prizesâ€™ disclosure was news to them.
“Let us hear them out as to why they have arrived at their decision then may be we can also put our arguments on the table and reach a compromise,” said Lipikwe last Monday.
International Boxing Union recently refused to disclose to The Nation perks for South-Africa based fighter Isaac â€˜Golden Boyâ€™ Chilemba saying only the boxer can do so.