QUOTE (Dolimite @ Sep 21 2013, 06:31 PM)
Liability. DO you think that Canelo's performance may have had a averse effect on Canelo? It could...
Do you really want a coke head and an alcoholic being the face of a multimillion dollar company? I mean shit, they fired CEO's for being unstable. The dude CEO if Twitter lost his fucking job and place in his own company for being unstable. Come on.
GB don't have board members, that's just as much Oscar's company as it is Richard's. It's plenty of other ceo's and execs who are the face of their companies who do questionable things.
He ain't no liability lol. And Idk you keep running with this thing about Canelo being affected by his performance. He performed well he just lost to someone better then him. He's going to be champ again and there are big fights out there for him still. Plus he'd only 23, he's still learning and he will get better. It will be a cold day in hell before we see him not involved with GB which is a company that bares his name.
He's trying to deal with his issues and that at least shows some good signs, should Ricky Hatton fork over his promo company since he was addicted to drugs. Or should Mayweather give more control to Ellerbe because it's clear he ain't that in control if his own team as evidenced by that tasteless shit that was sent out about Oscar in his instagram.
Mayweather doesn't control his accounts hour leaves that up to employees and this isn't the first time this has happened. So should he relinquish some control of his empire. Do you want a avid gambler and guy who seems to trick on women as the face of your company? This is what others would say to you. It goes both ways but the fact is there's nothing wrong with what Floyd is doing and there's nothing wrong on Oscar's end either. He's a liability to himself not the company