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Old 02-07-2013, 09:07 PM
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It's natural that the most successful boxers earn the most, and that will never change. But the gap between the top and lower tier boxers is too wide.

The salaries for new fighters should be a bit higher than what it is currently. This would attract more athletes to the sport and also give support to athletes who are struggling and need it most. Boxing is very unforgiving and the boxing community should protect its athletes who sacrifice so much for the sport.
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