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Old 04-02-2006, 04:09 AM #1
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Question A virtual strike of New York's Boxing Managers' guild

Hi,

I'm not sure I'm in the right place, but if not, I'll appreciate any assistance you can offer in locating a source of information.

I'm doing a research on virtual strikes (not boxing). My search led me to the following net document: http://www.paperpast.com/html/1950_boxing.html

This source reports that in 1950 "A virtual strike of New York's Boxing Managers' guild early in the year resulted in a compromise which brought increased income for boxers from television receipts".

Do you, by chance know anything about this historic event?

Do you know anyone who may know?

Any help will be appreciated.



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