I usually do not respond to stories like this. The IBF ratings were compiled and posted before Levander passed away. When the ratngs were posted nobody knew what the outcome of his injuries would be. The IBF received information that Leavander's condition was improving. Please either remove what you posted or post a correction. I know you like people to read it on your site first but your stories should be factual. Daryl J. Peoples Ratings Chairman IBF/USBALeon's Response: Stories like this? I see, stories that tell the truth. You speak of facts. Here's some facts for you Mr. Ratings Chairman. 1. Leavander Johnson passed away last Thursday, today is Monday and he's still listed at #7 at lightweight on the IBF's website. 2. Mr. Johnson was still in a coma whenever you received information that his condition was improving. Surely you didn't expect him to be available for any eliminator in the near future. I will not remove what I posted nor correct it, since I believe it is already correct. I must say I feel warm all over considering how quickly the IBF responded to this, particularly when recalling how many times the IBF, over the past three years, has shunned our every attempt to confirm information we receive. Thanks for the speedy reply, and by the way, you spelled Leavander's name incorrectly in your email I suggest you get a spell check as well as a faster way of updating your website, to avoid having the embarrassment of having a fighter who is in a far better place than we are listed in your ratings. Looking forward to discussing your logic behind stripping Juan Manuel Marquez, while allowing F. Rakkiatgym, your mis-mandatory who was the reason nobody bid on the Marquez bout, to partake in a "title" fight.