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Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 02 / 24 / 17

Saturday Boxing HOFer  Evander Holyfield and featherweight champion Abner Mares will serve as analysts on the Fox network telecast of the Premier Boxing Champions bout headlined by  Deontay Wilder - Gerald Washington . The fight is at Legacy Arena in Birmingham, Ala.

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“I have to remember to tell Mike Wilbon not to disagree with our editorial policy on Iraq.” — Post Company Chair Don Graham, to Washington Post Sports Editor George Solomon, after the N

League Notes

NFL: ESPN.com''s Len Pasquarelli noted NFL Commissioner Paul Tagliabue said that the league''s ban on ephedrine "will not be revisited and that he anticipates the overtime rules will remain unchanged"

Tags: Basketball, Cleveland Browns, Colleges, Connecticut Sun, ESPN, Football, Leagues and Governing Bodies, Minnesota Lynx, NFL, PBA, Walt Disney, WNBA

'03 Masters Cup Sponsorship

The push for promoters and sponsors for tennis'' ''03 Masters Cup is "just getting under way in Houston and internationally, but the challenge is already proving to be a steep one," according to Megan

Tags: ATT, ESPN, Events and Attractions, Walt Disney

Federov Dumping Octagon?

Red Wings C SERGEI FEDOROV denied yesterday''s report in the Ottawa Sun which stated he wants to drop agents BRIAN LAWTON and MIKE LIUT because their parent company, OCTAGON, also reps former girlfrie

Tags: Detroit Red Wings, Hockey, Interpublic Group of Cos., Octagon, People and Pop Culture

UConn's Season Ticket Sales

The HARTFORD COURANT''s Terry Price reports that the Univ. of CT (UConn) has "already sold 11,950 season tickets for its 40,000 seat football stadium, Rentschler Field," which opens next year. UConn a

Tags: Colleges, Football

Dempsey Nearing End At NCAA

NCAA President Cedric Dempsey''s nine-year term ends December 31, and in Indianapolis, Mark Alesia wrote Dempsey "received high marks for the CBS contract and the $50[M] in incentives the NCAA receive

Tags: Basketball, CBS, Colleges, Football, NCAA, Viacom

Is Cablevision A Monopoly?

The NJ Attorney General''s Office has launched an investigation to determine whether Cablevision "violated antitrust laws this year by refusing to broadcast" the YES Network on its systems, according

Tags: Cablevision, Media

Under Armour Drawing Attention

With the success of Baltimore-based Under Armour Performance Apparel, Nike and Reebok "are setting their sights on [Under Armour''s] niche by introducing their own lines of similar apparel," according

Tags: Football, NFL, Nike, Reebok

Blue Jays To Don Best-Seller

The Blue Jays "will make its so-called ''T-bird'' weekend jersey its standard home uniform in 2003 and also use it as the basis for a new road jersey," according to Jeff Blair of the Toronto GLOBE & M

Tags: Baseball, Franchises, Toronto Blue Jays

Morning Buzz, December 9, 2002

The Daily Insider Morning News & Headlines Monday, December 9, 2002 9:00am ET Print The Morning Buzz Past Issues Dec 6, 2002 Dec 5, 2002 Dec 4, 2002 Dec 3, 2002 Dec 2, 2002 Nov 27, 2002 Nov 26, 2002 &

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