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Old 11-16-2012, 03:57 AM
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Originally Posted by TBear View Post
Inactivity not only hurts a boxer's marketability but does little for his career and skills. It is the job of managers, promoters and trainers to keep thier fighter busy. If the fighter is busy, it means more time in the gym so they are constantly getting better and less free time to get into trouble in the outside world.

Unfortunitely many managers, promoters and trainers today are just not doing their job well. Which is too bad for us the fans and the fighters.
Exactly its really the promoters who make a fighter inactive like when Don King goes quiet there's nothing a fighter contracted too him can do maybe not sign for him in the first place but people make mistakes
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