Recognizing the need for uniformity of rules governing world championship contests notwithstanding any boxing rule the Superintendent may, in the Superintendent's discretion, authorize alternate provisions from time to time as long as the safety and welfare of the boxers and the public are not jeopardized.
Defense of Title
Rules governing champions shall apply to state and regional champions except that titles shall be defended at least once every six months if a suitable challenger is available and a challenge is made. If a boxer does not defend the state or regional title within this period of time or refuses to accept a reasonable offer to defend against a challenger, the title automatically shall be vacated.
Determination of Title
The Superintendent may once a year publish state professional boxing champions in each weight class. A championship may be lost by default, forfeit, or inability to make the weight, but a championship can only be won in a contest.
Advertising Appearance of Champion or Contender
No person shall advertise a boxer in Oregon as a champion or contender in any manner which is false or misleading.