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Old 11-12-2012, 07:18 AM
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Originally Posted by Capaedia View Post
It would be great. Necessary actually. Rather than 150 or whatever 'champions' we could have 17. The actual man in the division ends up with the belt 9/10

Unfortunately, that ship has sailed and the factions involved make far too much money to give up this corrupt piece of **** system we have right now. It's a shame really.
that's the other problem in boxing, there is no single authority figure. unlike a sport like professional football and baketball that has a commissioner, boxing is run by (corrupt) state organizations. the sport of boxing is disorganized, it opens boxing up to corruption and drug use. having one central authority figure would streamline the sport and allow the public to have more confidence in the way boxing operates on a day-to-day basis
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