FORMER boxing promoter Abdul Feroz wants the Boxing Commission of Fiji to pay him $1800 which he claims is owed to him by the organisation.
The Nadroga man claims the commission owed him the money since 2009 and that he was suspended as a promoter without any valid grounds.
Feroz claims the money is part of the double tax he paid to get his suspension uplifted.
"Some money was refunded to me by the Boxing Commission but $1800 is still owed to me.
"I need the money urgently because this is the aftermath of a natural disaster and I've also sustained some damage to my home."
However, commission chairman John Rabuku said Feroz should come forward with valid documents to prove his claim
Rabuku said the current board members were not aware of any money owed to Feroz.
"Feroz needs to get all the valid documents that support his claim and if we find the evidence that matches those documents then we can pay him the money that he claims the commission owes him," Rabuku said.
"At the moment, we are not aware of anything about the commission owing him money."
Feroz also said Nadi boxer Zulfikar 'Joy' Ali owed him $20,000 and showed Times Sport a court order for the boxer to pay him the money.
Feroz also revealed some correspondence from the Boxing Commission on this matter.
The court order for Joy Ali to pay the money to Feroz was issued in late 2011 but Feroz said he was yet to get a single cent from the Nadi boxer.
"I haven't received a single cent from Joy and boxing promoters shouldn't ride on my money by promoting Joy's fights," said Feroz.
Rabuku said the commission was not there to facilitate transactions between Feroz and Ali.
He said it was Feroz's personal matter to sort out with Ali.
"We don't recognise Feroz because he is yet to register under the commission," Rabuku added.