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Bami had previously handed the Welshman his first defeat with a sixth round stoppage back in August 2002.
Gecina bought 49% of Spanish property firm Bami last year.
Those challenging for the title and the pounds 32,000 first prize are Ted Bami, David Barnes, Jason Cook, Michael Grant, Colin Lynes, Barry Morrison, Young Mutley and Gavin Rees.
Michael Smyth admits he is still tortured by what-might-have-beens over his boxing career which peaked in a failed British title challenge and petered out in a fourth round loss to Ted Bami in 2002.
Bami will start as favourite to claim the vacant belt, given up by Colin Lynes, having already shown his quality by winning the European title in 2006.
Londoner Ted Bami currently holds the belt and is due to defend it against Birmingham brawler Young Muttley.
Young Mutley has been named mandatory challenger to face Ted Bami for the European light-middleweight title, with the fight set to take place in Birmingham next year, writes Ian Clarkson.
The meals are individually quick-frozen and come in 5kg cases, except for Bami Goreng (Indonesian Noodles with beef), which comes in 4kg cases.
In its complaint, BAMI said Aguilar entered into a contract whereby the singer assigned to the recording company all his rights, interests and participation in a number of his musical compositions, including ''Anak,'' for the full term of the copyright.
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