Edited Press Release: Although there was already an immediate rematch clause in place for a third bout, WBC President Jose Sulaiman announced today that he will recommend that the WBC Board of Governors require an immediate rematch between current champion Diego Corrales and Jose Luis Castillo. On Saturday, Castillo knocked Corrales out in what was supposed to a world championship lightweight bout but turned into an over-the-weight contest when Castillo came in at 138 pounds. "Due to the circumstances of the victory by Jose Luis Castillo in the ring," wrote Sulaiman. "I am taking a vote with the Board of Governors of the institution, to order a rematch with no intervening defenses, with the following conditions: 1. That Castillo obtains a medical approval that he can make the lightweight division without harmful physical sacrifices; 2. That Corrales takes the required medical resting period and medical examinations as prescribed by the Medical Board of the Nevada State Athletic Commission, where the bout was held; and 3. That both boxers accept to be subjected to the WBC mandatory extra official weigh-ins to be held 30 and seven days prior to the official weigh-in 24 to 30 hours before their bout, with no more than 10 percent and five percent, respectively, of excess weight over the limits of the lightweight division.