- The Advisory Board Members, upon request, grants the WBF their best possible advice on
sporting matters, based on their outstanding knowledge and experience in professional boxing.

 Juan Martin Coggi (Argentina)
    Advisory Board Member
- Mr. Coggi is a genuine Argentinean boxing icon. Nicknamed "Látigo" (or "Whip" in English), the Southpaw from Santa Fe is a former three-time WBA World Light Welterweight Champion between 1987 and 1996. He made ten successful defenses during his three reigns, and compiled a magnificent 75-5-2 (44) record. 
 Jan Zaveck (Slovenia)
    Advisory Board Member
- Besides winning a host of other championships, Jan Zaveck is most notably a former World Boxing Federation (WBF) World Super Welterweight Champion, and former IBF World Welterweight Champion. His professional record stands at 35-4 (19).
 Donny Lalonde (Canada)
    Advisory Board Member
- Compiling a professional record of 41-5-1 (33) between 1980 and 2003, Donny “Golden Boy” Lalonde won the WBC World Light Heavyweight title in 1987 by beating Eddie Davies. He lost the title in 1988 to one of the greatest fighters of all time, Sugar Ray Leonard, and went on to challenge for the WBA World Cruiserweight title in 1992.
 Audley Harrison (England)
    Advisory Board Member
- A 2000 Olympic Super Heavyweight Gold-medalist, Audley Harrison never reached his potential of winning a world title as a professional. He challenged for the WBA title in 2010, losing to David Haye. He did however become European Heavyweight Champion that same year, and retired with a fine 31-7 (23) record.
 Francois Botha (South Africa)
    Advisory Board Member
- The White Buffalo, former World Boxing Federation (WBF) World Heavyweight Champion Francois Botha, compiled a professional record of 48-11-3 (29), fighting the likes of living legends Mike Tyson, Wladimir Klitschko, Lennox Lewis and Evander Holyfield, as well as notables Michael Morrer, Shannon Briggs and others.
 Robin Reid (England)
    Advisory Board Member
- After winning a bronze medal at the 1992 Olympics in Barcelona, Robin Reid embarked on a highly successful professional career that saw him win WBF, WBC and IBO World Championships at Super Middleweight. His final record is 42-8-1 (29).

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