A month after the death of longtime World Boxing Council President JOSE SULAIMAN, his son, MAURICIO SULAIMAN, "was unanimously elected to succeed him on Tuesday in Mexico City." Jose Sulaiman, who was 82 when he died after a lengthy illness on Jan. 16, "had ruled the boxing sanctioning organization as its president since 1975." Mauricio Sulaiman, 44, "had been his father's chief lieutenant for years and served as the organization's executive secretary for about a decade" (ESPN, 2/11).
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