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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.
 
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Chuck Giampa, former boxing judge
Richard Steele, trainer & former fighter

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