Hiding Bad Law behind Pacquiao – Bradley Controversy
Jun 19, 2012 — Senator John McCain and Senator Harry Reid have introduced, once again McCain’s terribly fashioned law into the Senate, in the hopes of pushing it through, behind the recent controversies in boxing, with the main focus being on Pacquiao’s loss to Timothy Bradley.Rather than putting some teeth behind the already established ABC , the Muhammad Ali Act, The Federal Boxing Safety act of 1996, the lawmakers hope to once again put their hands in the pockets of boxers, managers, Promoters, and the lesser makers of money in the sport.This boxing bill they wish to make law, will effectivelly kill the sport of boxing for the small promoter, protect only the high dollar fighter, and make it cost prohibitive for anyone outside the Arum’s, de la Hoya’s, and Don King’s of the sport to advance to elite Promotional status, it will also make it nearly impossible for an honest manager to manage a fighter to the elite level and force people to do business only with people in the good graces of
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