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State of Boxing in Las Vegas
State of Boxing in Las Vegas

AIR DATE: June 26, 2012

The WBO ruled that Manny Pacquiao did win his split decision with Timothy Bradley. Pacquiao's camp is looking for a rematch. The controversial fight has set off a firestorm of criticism about the fact that boxing doesn't have a federal boxing commission. Is that a good idea? And, two fight promoters have scheduled fights on the same night in Las Vegas. Some believe this could possibly be detrimental to the sport.
Chuck Giampa, former boxing judge
Richard Steele, trainer & former fighter

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