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post Mar 31 2013, 11:33 AM
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What better way to grab the public's interest by getting the two largest promotion companies to do a boxing tournament or a Davis Cup type of matches.

In Davis Cup countries from around the world pick three of their best tennis players and have them compete against other countries. What if Golden boy and Top Rank put their top fighters in each weight class against each other? They could co promote and Showtime and HBO have to compete for the purse...

You could have Gary Russel Jr. vs. Mikey Garcia Mares vs. Donaire, Swift vs. Crawford, Rios vs. Judah (Al Haymon fighter) Thurman vs. Bradley or Marquez and Sergio vs. Canelo, Mayweather vs. Whoever... The possibilities would be endless and the money would be out of this world. You can have a PPV with a stacked undercard and the main event would the cherry on top. What do yawl think? It would never happen but come on a Golden Boy vs. Top Rank tournament would be amazing!

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post Apr 1 2013, 02:43 AM
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Not gonna happen but it's a pretty cool idea and I believe it would generate not only maximum revenue but it will bring massive attention back to the sport of boxing. Just the thought of the 2 biggest promotional companies in the sport pitting their fighters against one another would be great. TR vs GB, to see who truly has the best fighters in the world. It's a nice thought but it aint gon happen. Look at that ignorant stuff Arum said about De La Hoya, GB, Haymon, and Showtime at the post fight presser the other day.

This guy 80yrs old and acting like a 14yr old getting bitter about stuff that don't have nothing to do with him. De La Hoya tweeting how he cancelled his HBO subscription was a clear shot at HBO and TR too. They just can't get out of their own way. We, the fans suffer the most from this petty bullshit, we're missing out on possibly career defining and legendary fights because supposed adults can't play in the same sand box unless their in control. No one wins in this case
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