Quote of the Day

"We're looking forward to see if it's feasible and see what will happen when we put boxing back on network TV. I'd love to put some really good Saturday night fights back on the networks in prime time."
-- Top Rank Chair Bob Arum, on whether the partnership with Showtime/CBS on the upcoming Pacquiao-Mosley PPV could be a precursor to more boxing on network TV. (LATIMES.com, 1/26)
Wednesday January 26, 2011 Vol. 17 — No. 93 Print This Issue

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  • Back To The Drawing Board

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  • Pole Position

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  • Catch A Tiger

    IMG near marketing deal with Heisman winner Cam Newton.

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