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Neumann's Show in Luebeck is a Sea of Controversy

By Per Ake Persson

German promoter Ralph Neumann staged his biggest show yet last night (April 26) at the Hansehall in Luebeck. The show was ill attended, writes boxwelt.com, with only around 100 paying customers attending. The show went on but Neumann left the venue and some time after it was announced that he had died in a traffic accident.

None of fighters nor officials had received their purses. However, according to boxwelt´s sources there are signs of that Neumann is alive and the police in the area have no reports of any accidents with a deadly outcome. Furthermore, boxwelt writes that Neumann´s cellphone was off at midnight but on again at 2.30 AM only to be switched off again. The show was sanctioned by the BDF, the smallest and latest of the many sanctioning bodies on German soil.

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by ShoulderRoll on 04-27-2014

So this guy is pretending to be dead so he doesn't have to pay the fighters? :lol1:

Comment by Dr Kewl Hair on 04-27-2014

Omg. This sounds like a case of. ZOMBIES!!!!!!!!!

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