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International Boxing Federation Africa (IBF/AFRICA) – FRIDAY 31 MAY, 2013, DAR ES SALAAM, TANZANIA – In a move to appreciate for his sterling leadership performances as the head of the world’s professional boxing top-dog, the All-Stars Boxing Legends Gala will bestows great honors on Daryl Peoples, the President & CEO of the IBF. Peoples is only the fourth President of IBF since its inception in 1983.

The Annual All-Star Legends Gala is taken place this weekend in Atlantic City, New Jersey, USA and the other honorees for this event include referee and long-time IBF member, Randy Newman among several others to be honored. Refer to:—208687341.html

But, it is Peoples who will headline in this auspicious event as he has done so much for this great boxing organization and the world in general since assuming its mantles of power in the last three years. Peoples signature imprint can be seen in all BF achievements in the past few years first, as the Ratings Chairman for more than years and then as its President for the last three years.

As he assumed the leadership of IBF and immediately embarked on the expansion horizons, Daryl Peoples has managed to build a major boxing empire in America and then took the IBF over the valleys and mountains across Atlantic Ocean and cement its activities in Africa, Europe, East South Asia and Pan Pacific!

It is the returned to the fold of the Japanese boxing fraternity which has been splendidly credit to this ever smiling President of IBF and several boxing pundits are calling this as his great chess move of decade!

Overall, Daryl Peoples has been the most dynamic IBF President assisted by his most workaholic and principled Chairman of Championships Committee Lindsey Tucker and his Ratings Chairman Anibal Moramotes! All this is added flavor by Jeanette Salazar, the Public Relations Guru who communicates the programs of IBF to the rest of the world!

With this honors it isn’t over yet as Peoples youthful energy have a lot to offer boxing as a professional sport as he should have one thing or two under his sleeve!

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