Originally Posted by rmz
Yes, but did you read my post? A waiver may protect them from being sued, but it doesn't reflect well on their business when someone gets injured there and they cannot come up with the funds to get treatment. You're not using your brain. Ronnie Shields runs a business and he has a reputation to protect. At the gym I compete at, all boxers sign a waiver. But everyone who trains and spars is required to get licensed as an amateur. Why? Because the gym does not want its members to not be able to receive medical treatment if they are injured. That's held over the gyms head, waiver or no waiver. Stop talking out of your ass and use some common sense.
I completely agree with them buying a passbook and registering with Usa Boxing before sparring. For the year it ends up costing you less than $5 a month ...........Rockin'