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Published July 24, 1995
Mike Tyson opponent PETER MCNEELEY, on Letterman Friday: "I'm gonna knock him out" ("Late Show," CBS, 7/21)....DEION SANDERS, who was traded to the Giants, has not reported and is reportedly considering retiring from baseball to focus exclusively on football. ESPN's Jack Edwards: "Deion knows leverage" ("SportsCenter," 7/23). Sanders: "If anyone knows business in this world, it's me. I know business" ("SportsCenter," ESPN, 7/22)....JOHN MCENROE reportedly verbally and physically accosted a 61-year-old female neighbor in a argument over the use of the elevators in their NYC co-op. The fracas made the front page of Saturday's N.Y. DAILY NEWS (N.Y. DAILY NEWS, 7/22). ....WILLIAM FAGAN has joined Group W Sports Marketing as Dir of Sales in the Midwest Region. He will be based in Chicago (Group W)...SUZYN WALDMAN makes history tonight as the first woman to announce a MLB game on network TV (Mult., 7/24).