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I'm interested in hearing your take on the events leading up the Jake Paul v Hasim Rahman cancellation. While I understand that Rahman signed a contract with stipulations that he wasn't prepared to meet -- my opinion is that Jake Paul's camp negotiated exactly as boxing promotions always have, in poor faith and with stipulations that create unfair advantages.
For all of Paul's talk about "Changing Boxing" and "Prioritizing fighters and fighter pay" - I would argue that his camp's negotiation tactics were exactly the kind of tactics that have turned people away from boxing for years. What are your thoughts and how do you view the contract negotiations / events leading up to the cancelled bout?
The acronym GOAT is thrown around a lot these days, but we’ve recently lost two of the greatest of all time at what they did in Vin Scully and Bill Russell. RIP to two absolute legends.
I subscribed to Peacock and watched Summerslam this past weekend and I was thoroughly entertained. I was a huge WWF fan as a kid in the early 90’s but stopped watching around the time Lawrence Taylor and Bam Bam Bigelow were the main event at Wrestlemania because I thought it had gone downhill, and never really paid much attention to wrestling since then. I missed the whole “attitude” era and never really watched The Rock or Stone Cold.
With my Peacock subscription I’ve been able to go back and watch the events from my childhood. I watched 1992 Summerslam from Wembley on Sunday and it was incredible. One thing that really stood out to me now is how good Vince McMahon was at doing play by play. What are some other events or eras that I should go back and watch instead of the Apex card on Saturday?