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Dib-Munoz Purse Bid is Snatched Up By 50 Cent

By Jhonny Gonzalez

The featherweight purse bid took place earlier today  for the mandatory fight between IBF champion Billy Dib (35-1, 21KOs) and Mauricio Munoz (26-3, 12 KOs), who landed the title shot with last month's controversial split decision over Luis Franco (11-1, 7 KOs).

Leon Margules of Warriors Boxing was the sole bidder, submitting the minimum bid of $50,000 dollars. Margules is the attorney for rapper turned promoter 50 Cent, who promotes Dib under his SMS Promotions banner.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by MASTER1454 on 11-28-2012

[QUOTE=The Gambler1981;12743670]Fighting Luis Franco for 40 grand, I am sure Billy Dibb is real happy about this career move. Way to look out for your boy 50~[/QUOTE] Uhhh, 50 was the SOLE bidder, so your point is? [QUOTE=Fighting_Pride;12745128]50 is doing…

Comment by Fighting_Pride on 11-27-2012

50 is doing good in keeping active, can't say the same about mayweather

Comment by thuggery on 11-27-2012

50 Cent's putting in work... SMS taking over

Comment by anonymous2.0 on 11-27-2012

[QUOTE=Drunk Punch;12744574]Let's not forget Billy Dibb's going to come all the way from Australia, pay his costs, his trainer, the rest of his team etc and all for a slice of $40k.[/QUOTE] It becomes more once you look closer. -…

Comment by Drunk Punch on 11-27-2012

Let's not forget Billy Dibb's going to come all the way from Australia, pay his costs, his trainer, the rest of his team etc and all for a slice of $40k.

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