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Fighting Words: The State of Boxing
Fighting Words: The State of Boxing

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AIR DATE: September 18, 2013

Fight fans continue to send their ire toward C.J. Ross, the judge at the Mayweather/Canelo fight who called it a draw. Nevada Athletic Commission director Keith Kizer defends Ross' call and the commission's decision to name her as a judge. it turns out Ross has been known for giving draw judgements in numerous figths dating back more than a decade. How does the commission pick a judge for a fight? And, how do they punish a judge if they make a bad call? We'll also talk about the state of boxing and its competition with MMA.

 

 

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Keith Kizer, Executive Director Nevada Athletic Commission

Chuck Giampi, former boxing judge

Loretta Hunt, Sports Illustrated reporter covering UFC


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