My guy is threaten to leave me after becoming undisputed champ and I can’t schedule any fights and I don’t want to vacate I want to make defences of my belts
It is based on rankings for the title organizations. WBC requires your title to be defended against a top 2 contender. WBA is top 3, IBF top 5, WBO top 7 (I believe off the top of my head). So, your contender has to be ranked AT MINIMUM 2,3,5,7 in order as shown in-game. And they can’t be injured or in another fight already. So, if there is no one coming up in a week or two, if your guy is already threatening to leave you, vacate the WBC belt then try again, then WBA, then IBF if there’s still no one.
Alas that’s why there have been so few undisputed champs in the sport’s history…
With my undisputed champs, I have to monitor the the rankings. It’s quite hard to predict where fighters will fall in the rankings with a win or a loss, but you can sort of gauge if there will be a challenger sooner or later. Sometimes you get lucky, and there will be fights back to back, sometimes even two options if you are on a real good run. But it wasn’t uncommon for my undisputed champs to sit out nearly a year at times.
My suggestion would be, look at the rankings, check who is fighting who, and that should give you an idea if you might have a fight lined up soon enough. If you are concerned, drop a couple belts. My heavyweight champ fights roughly every 5-6 months, on average that is. He set the record for most defences in 3 organisations, so I decided to vacate them, due to a long layoff from lack of contenders. Now the goal is to set the new record in the fourth and final organisation (hopefully a couple magazine titles as well). and then he will probably be ready to retire.
Spot on advice there @Tyzie_Vegemite