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- WBC ratifies complete support for Mayweather-Pacquiao
- Quigley-Doyle postponed due to cut
- Amanda Nunes: On the Road to Rousey
- More on Canelo's return to HBO
- Diablo: WBC belt will stay in Poland / Drozd: I never fought a man who hits so hard
- All Star Boxing, Golden Boy go to mediation in Canelo tortious interference case
- Abraham: I'm ready to defend my title
- Crawford-Beltran kickoff presser next week
- Rios-Castellanos moved from Oct 9 to Oct 10
- New Hatley opponent named
- Shindo has WBC female 112lb belt reinstated to defend it in Mexico
The April 11th clash between two-division world champion Paul “The Punisher” Williams and former jr middleweight titlist Winky Wright at the Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas was officially announced today. The bout will be fought at middleweight. “It’s been a long time since I’ve been this motivated and I can’t wait until the bell rings,” said Wright. “Paul is one of the top young fighters in the game, but he hasn’t seen what I’ve seen or done what I’ve done. This is my time to shine and I won’t let this young fighter steal my spotlight.” Williams stated, “I am glad that the fight is on. This fight has got a big name. Wright has taken the titles from champions and I’d love to take his reputation. That would add to my legacy. All I know is that everyone says he has got a good defense and nice jab but that doesn’t matter to me – I’m going to get mine in. I’m gonna whoop him and get in there.” Tickets priced at $300, $200, $150, $100 and $50 go on sale Friday at 10AM at all Las Vegas Ticketmaster locations.
By Antonio Castro
Kelly “the Ghost” Pavlik took time away from his training schedule to talk with the media today. Pavlik is set to defend his WBC and WBO middleweight titles on February 21st at the Chevrolet Centre in Youngstown, Ohio against WBC #1 ranked Marco Antonio Rubio. It will mark the second defense of his titles.
Pavlik, coming off the first loss of his career to Bernard Hopkins last October, is ready to get back in the ring. “I’m definitely anxious to get back in there. I’ve got a lot of proving to do. Training camps been going great, we’ve been working on a lot of things and training hard as we always do. I’m ready to put on a great show on the 21st” said Pavlik.
The fight will be seen on a Pay-Per-View basis, and will serve as the headliner to a card that also features former welterweight titlist Miguel Cotto.
Hall of Fame promoter Bob Arum has commented on the Antonio Margarito situation:
“We want to publicly thank the president of the World Boxing Council, Jose Sulaiman, for his forthright and compelling statement regarding the Margarito bandaging situation. President Sulaiman is 100% correct in stating that Margarito should not be punished since he was totally unaware of the improper bandaging. The commission hearing established Margarito’s lack of knowledge and innocence. The commission punishment is based on the theory that the boxer is the captain of his team and is responsible for any wrongdoing of his trainer or any of his cornermen. This is not the law. When Roger Mayweather, trainer for Floyd Mayweather, entered the ring improperly during the Mayweather vs. Judah fight, Roger was punished but the Nevada commission quite properly never suggested that Floyd be punished. We in America should respect the law, fundamental legal principles and not be swayed by emotion. The ‘message’ sent by the California Athletic Commission is the wrong message. The correct ‘message’ is that a person should only be punished if he or she is guilty of wrongdoing. We hope that Margarito will appeal the unjust revocation of his California boxing license.”
SHOWTIME has already announced an attractive showdown between WBC super middleweight champion Carl Froch and former middleweight champion Jermain Taylor in April. Froch says negotiations aren’t finalized but says he’s ready to face Taylor. “We’re very close to doing it,” Froch told the BBC. “I could say ‘if you’re not coming to England I’m not fighting,’ but I want to go over to the States and make it big over there anyway. It looks like it is going to be mid-late April, it’s going to be in America – he won’t come to England.”
By Alexey Sukachev
On March 14th, former WBC heavyweight titleholder Oleg Maskaev (35-6, 26 KOs) will conduct his second comeback fight in a row since a stoppage loss to Samuel Peter. The bout will be held in Saransk, capital of Mordvinia, one of a few republics in Russian Federation. This event was confirmed by Tatyana Emelianova, deputy director of the republic’s CSP today in her interview to All Sport media agency. “On Feb. 12th, a special conference of the organizing committee will be conducted as a part of the government’s meeting to determine an exact venue of the match. American veteran Rich Boruff (17-2-1, 10 KOs) is the most possible choice for a future opponent. However, Oleg is scheduled to fight on March 14th in our capital anyway, regardless of the opponent selected,” said Emelianova. WBC #6 and IBF #7 Maskaev, who will turn 40 years of age eleven days prior the bout, is of Mordvinian origin.
By Ron Jackson
Patrick Malinga returns to action for the first time since winning the South African lightweight title in August last year when he meets Romeo Jako from the Philippines. The Branco Sports Productions tournament is being staged at the Nasrec Indoor Arena in Johannesburg on Friday night. This begins an impressive run of big fights presented by promoter Branco Milenkovic. (more…)
Boxing fans, get ready to climb “Through the Ropes” with the #1 boxing news radio show hosted by award winning boxing writer Marc Lichtenfeld! This week, lightweight champion Nate Campbell and Gary Shaw Productions matchmaker John Beninati. Call or email your questions for Kermit, Andre and Mike to email@example.com.
Lightweight king Nate Campbell defends his title Saturday night on HBO. This will be Nate’s first start since winning the belts from Juan Diaz almost one year ago. Listen to what the always outspoken and entertaining Campbell has to say about the fight, his future and the boxing landscape. Gary Shaw Productions matchmaker John Beninati will talk about the challenges in finding an opponent for Alfredo Angulo for this weekend’s HBO card after Ricardo Mayorga pulled out. He’ll also tell hilarious tales from his years in the sport including a stint working for Don King.
Through The Ropes airs live coast to coast on Thursday nights from 9:00 – 10:00 ET on 75 affiliates of the Sports Byline USA Broadcast Network, including great radio stations like KSHP 1400 AM in Las Vegas and WNSR 560 AM in Nashville. The one-hour show will also be heard on American Forces Network, Sportsbyline.com and Fightnews.com. Fightnews readers can listen live by clicking tonight at 9:00 p.m. ET.
Three additional title fights (making a total of five) have been added to the big “Universum Champions Night” card set for March 7th at the Freiberger Arena in Dresden. Now in addition to the European light heavyweight clash between Jürgen Brähmer and Rachid Kanfouah, popular former Euro light heavy champ and world title challenger Thomas Ulrich (31-4, 21 KOs) will return against Mariano Nicolas Plotinsky (14-3, 7 KOs) in a clash for the vacant WBO Inter-Continental belt. Also seeing action are unbeaten WBO #2 rated light heavyweight Aleksy Kuziemski (16-0, 3 KOs)and fellow unbeaten Armin Dollinger (19-0, 8 KOs) risking their “Os” in an attractive showdown for the EBA-Europa title. In a female world title matchup, WIBF/GBU junior bantamweight world champion Alesia Graf (22-1, 9 KOs) faces Magdalena Dahlen (9-1, 3 KOs) in a rematch. Also junior featherweight Zsolt Bedak (12-0, 3 KOs) takes on “The Destroyer” Franklin Teran (27-2, 21 KOs) for the WBO Europatitle. In further fights, younger brother Pal “Pimpa” Bedak (2-0, 2 KOs) will look for another spectacular KO in a flyweight clash. In another light heavy encounter, undefeated Igor Michalkin (7-0, 6 KOs) will face TBA.
Story by Alex Dombroff
Anthony Peterson promised he wouldn’t be smiling as much when it comes time for him to enter the ring. But until then, the thought of fighting at Madison Square Garden has him brimming ear to ear.
On February 21, Peterson will battle former world title challenger Edner Cherry at MSG on the undercard of Miguel Cotto’s bout with Michael Jennings . . . . Click here for more
Photos by Javiel Centeno
IBF/WBO/WBA lightweight champion Nate “Galaxxy Warrior” Campbell (32-5-1, 25 KOs), his opponent IBF No. 1-ranked mandatory challenger Ali “Rush Hour” Funeka (30-1-2, 25 KOs) and undefeated WBC and WBO No. 1-ranked contender Alfredo “Perro” Angulo (14-0, 11 KOs) participated in media workouts at American Top Team gym in South Florida today promoting Saturday’s big “St. Valentine’s Day Massacre” card at BankAtlantic Center in Sunrise, Fla. (HBO Boxing After Dark tripleheader, 10 p.m. ET/PT). “Funeka said he knows me like the back of his hand,” Campbell told the media. “Now he gets to meet the front of my hand on Saturday night . . . . Click here for photos of today’s workouts!
Nate ‘The Great’ Marquardt isn’t superstitious and he doesn’t believe in luck. When you’re 30-8-2 and a former UFC title challenger, luck is something you discarded long ago. Besides, Marquardt feels luck is for the inferior man . . . Click here for more by Elliot Worsell, UFC
UFC 95 is LIVE on FREE SPIKE TV, Feb. 21 at 9 p.m. ET/PT: The Ultimate Fighting Championship returns to London’s O2 Arena on Saturday, February 21st, and in the UFC 95 main event, it will be one of the most intriguing bouts of the New Year as exciting welterweight contender Diego “Nightmare” Sanchez makes his lightweight debut against former world title challenger Joe “Daddy” Stevenson. UK fans will also be treated to an all-star cast of the UFC’s finest international talent in pivotal bouts that can’t be missed. For more information, check out 95.ufc.com
This Friday the 13th at New York City’s famed Roseland Ballroom in mid-town Manhattan, Star Boxing’s exciting light heavyweight prospect Yathomas Riley (5-0,3KO) will look to showcase his skills for the first time on national T.V. when he takes on Julius Jackson (2-2) in a four round light heavyweight contest that is scheduled to open up that evening’s ESPN “Friday Night Fights” telecast. In the main event, Star Boxing’s Alexis Camacho (17-1,16KO) will look to start the new year with a bang when he takes on the always dangerous Carlos Molina (14-4-1,5KO) in a ten round welterweight contest . . . click here for more
Feature story by Antonio Castro
Kelly “The Ghost” Pavlik is dealing with an issue he’s never had to deal with before as a professional prizefighter.
The last time in the squared circle, Pavlik was battered for 12 rounds at the hands of Bernard Hopkins, so this will be the first time that Pavlik has had to prepare for a fight dealing with a loss. (more…)
Ticket went on sale today for multi-division former world champion Roy Jones Jr’s first hometown fight in Pensacola, Florida, since January, 1999. Coming off his loss to Joe Calzaghe in November, Jones (52-5, 38 KOs) will face Omar Sheika (27-8, 18 KOs) on March 21 at the Pensacola Civic Center. The event is being promoted by Square Ring Promotions in association with Hirsch Borao Boxing and the Pensacola Civic Center and will be broadcast live on pay-per-view. Tickets are priced at $128, $103, $78, $53 and $28 available at all Ticketmaster locations.
Hard-hitting lefty Andre Wilson, of St. Joseph, MO, steps in against unbeaten super bantamweight Teon Kennedy, of North Philadelphia, in the scheduled eight-round semifinal Friday evening, March 6, at the Legendary Blue Horizon, 1314 North Broad Street. First fight i s set for 7.30 pm. Wilson replaces another lefty, veteran Paulino Villalobos, of San Diego, CA, who withdrew due to medical reasons. (more…)
By Karl Freitag
Two-division world champion Miguel Cotto (32-1, 26 KOs) spoke to reporters today from his training camp from Caguas, Puerto Rico. Miguel is in his last 10 days of training for his February 21 rumble with top-rated contender Michael Jennings (34-1, 16 KOs) for the vacant WBO welterweight title at Madison Square Garden. The big question on everyone’s mind today, however, didn’t concern Jennings. It wasn’t long before Miguel was asked whether he believes Margarito used the illegal handwraps in their fight last summer. “You know what? They are the only ones that can answer that question,” he answered. “I can’t answer that question. The fans might have a question about that, but I don’t. Margarito had a great night and I’ll leave it at that.” Cotto does have a very strong opinion about Margarito possibly fighting in Mexico while his one year ban is effect in the United States. “If it’s up to me, I think we should all abide by the rule that was made. If he’s suspended for one year, he should be suspended everywhere. I don’t think he should fight. I don’t think it’s right for him to go and fight somewhere else. If he can’t fight in the United States, he shouldn’t be able to fight at all.” (more…)
Professional boxing returns to the Washington Avenue Armory in Albany, N.Y. on Friday, March 20th, when Pugnacious Promotions presents a special St. Patrick’s Day pro boxing event featuring the NABA US Light Welterweight Championship and the region’s most exciting, young fighters in undercard bouts.
Former five-time world champion Johnny Tapia has been arrested on a probation violation on felony drug charges. Probation and parole officers found the former champ at his home yesterday in possession of a controlled substance. Last April, Tapia pled guilty to felony drug charges and was sentenced to probation. He is being held at the Bernalillo County Metropolitan Detention Center until he appears before a judge. — Chris Cozzone
Many of the leading Irish and Irish-American boxers will gather St. Patrick’s Day Eve (Monday, March 16), including 2004 Olympian Andy Lee and former WBC bantamweight champion Wayne “Pocket Rocket” McCullough, to fight on the “Erin Go Brawl II” card, presented by Irish Ropes Promotions at WaMu Theater in the famed Madison Square Garden. Top middleweight prospect Lee (16-1, 13 KOs) will headline against 3-time world title challenger Antwun “Kid Dynamite” Echols (31-9-4, 27 KOs) in the 10 round main event. Although he hails from Limerick, Ireland, Lee fights out of the legendary Kronk Gym in Detroit and is trained by Hall of Famer Emanuel Steward. Echols is a past multi-regional champion who holds wins against former world champion Charles Brewer, Kabrey Salem, Ross Thompson and has fought Bernard Hopkins twice and Anthony Mundine. Belfast-native McCullough, fighting out of Las Vegas, captured a Silver Medal at the 1992 Olympics. The veteran super bantamweight is in the 10-round co-feature against an opponent to be determined. (more…)
By David Robinett
Photos: Armando Roldan
It was a homecoming Tuesday for former IBF featherweight champion Robert “The Ghost” Guerrero, who was in San Jose with NABO and USBA junior welterweight titlist “Vicious” Victor Ortiz to announce their HBO Boxing After Dark tripleheader at HP Pavilion in San Jose on March 7, 2009. Guerrero, (23-1-1, 16 KOs), who lives and trains in nearby Gilroy, California, talked about how important it was to him to be fighting so close to his hometown.”I finally made it out to the bay,” said Guerrero. “I’ve been talking about making it out here for years. A big HBO show coming to San Jose for the first time is what Bay Area sports fans have been waiting for. I can’t wait to showcase my talents for my hometown fans on March 7th.” Playing the role of comic relief, the affable Ortiz, (23-1-1, 18 KOs) added, “I’m happy to be fighting in San Jose, people have been asking ‘Vic, when are you coming to the Bay Area?’ and I didn’t know what to say until I realized they call San Jose the ‘Bay Area’, I’m from Kansas you know [laughing].” (more…)
By Lee Bates
When Carlos Molina (14-4-1, 5 KOs) takes on power punching Alexis Camacho (17-1, 16 KOs) this Friday on ESPN2’s Friday Night Fights he will more than likely enter the bout as the underdog. This will be nothing new for Molina who has made a habit of only fighting top notch competition. Though he only has 19 professional bouts, in seven of them his opponent entered undefeated. During a four-fight stretch in which he had 3 losses and 1 draw his opponents had a combined record of 48-0-1. Molina fought well in all those bouts and has never been stopped as a professional. Two of those fights were against Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. where he had a draw in the first fight and close decision loss in the second fight. Some thought that Molina did enough to win the first fight. Molina has since reeled of six consecutive wins and is looking to pull off the upset in his first national televised main event. (more…)
Now back in Argentina, junior welterweight contender Marcos Maidana (24-1, 23 KOs) says he feels his exciting and close split decision loss to WBA super lightweight champion Andreas Kotelnik in Germany over the weekend was unfair and he wants a rematch as soon as possible. “Anywhere else I think I would have won the fight,” he stated.
Two-time former WBA super middleweight titleholder Anthony Mundine (35-3, 23 KOs) won a twelve round unanimous decision over Shannan Taylor (48-7-3, 34 KOs) on Wednesday night at the WIN Entertainment Centre in Wollongong, New South Wales, Australia. Scores were 20-107, 120-107, 120-108. It was Mundine’s first fight at middleweight poundage. Also, super middleweight title challenger Nadar Hamden (41-6, 18 KOs) won a hard-fought eight round decision over Kane McKay (8-5-2).
Cruiserweight contender Ola “Kryptonite” Afolabi (13-1-3, 5 KOs) is hosting a party on March 14, the day he faces former champion Enzo Maccarinelli for the Interim WBO Cruiserweight Championship at the M.E.N. Arena, in Manchester. “This is my coming out party!” grins the 28-year-old London, England-born Nigerian currently living in California. “He (Maccarinelli) makes his base there, but what people may not know is that the UK is my home country too. I am coming home to win the title!” After a 30-month hiatus, Afolabi (13-1-3, 5 KOs) burst back onto the scene with an upset win over the previously unbeaten Eric Field in April 2008, followed by a win over DeLeon Tinsley in August. “I’m getting this shot at a perfect time for me. I’ll finally get the chance to show I’m the real deal. I’m going in as an underdog, but I know I’m going to win. He’s not as good as people make him out to be and he’s in trouble. Look out for the best kept secret in boxing!”
After Matt Godfrey had to pull out of his WBC final elimination bout against Herbie Hide scheduled for March 6th in Cuxhaven, Germany, Darnell “Ding-A-Ling Man” Wilson started calling out the “Dancing Destroyer” for an eight-rounder. Herbie’s response: “Darnell Wilson can’t be serious. He must have some ‘Ding-A-Ling’ in his head. Isn’t he the man who just lost in Singapore to Ehinomen Ehikhamenor, a guy I clearly outclassed last year? How dare this kid calling me out? Wilson, listen son, if you want to come and play with the big boys do your homework first. You are coming of two straight losses and got nothing to offer. I am lined up for a final elimination bout. You can come and do sparring with me if you want. If you’re interested in a thorough thrashing from the ‘Dancing Destroyer’ – how much do you want to pay for it? If you bring some money to the table I might give you a good lesson. Otherwise start beating mediocre guys before you try to compete at the top level.”
By Gary “Digital” Williams
As Fightnews.com reported, top cruiserweight contender Matt “Too Smooth” Godfrey suffered a hand injury that has forced him out of his March 6 WBC Cruiserweight eliminator match with former WBO Heavyweight champ Herbie Hide. Promoters for the event are scrambling to find a replacement opponent for Hide on this card, but one well-known cruiser is saying that he’s available to step in. That man is Darnell “The Ding-A-Ling Man” of Takoma Park, MD – recently back from his stint on the fourth season of “The Contender.” (more…)
On Sunday, April 5, World Extreme Cagefighting® takes its maiden voyage to the Windy City of Chicago, and it’s bringing the best bantamweights in the world to the UIC Pavilion for WEC: Torres vs Bowles. In the main event, WEC bantamweight champion Miguel Angel Torres returns to fight in the Midwest for the first time in two years to face the biggest challenge to his crown yet in unbeaten Brian Bowles, and Island Lake, Illinois’ Jeff Curran looks to make his case for a shot at the belt when he battles undefeated phenom Joseph Benavidez. . . Click here for more
On February 13, Featherweight prospect Carlos Rivera 14-3-2 (5 KO’s) will take a step up in competition as he will battle Johnnie “Lumberjack” Edwards 14-3-1 (8 KO’s) in the main event of Starfight Productions’ “Fight Night” at the A La Carte Event Pavilion. Edwards, who has two wins over former world champion Freddie Norwood, is coming off a disputed majority decision loss to hot prospect Ty Barnett in November. Rivera is riding a wave of momentum as he is unbeaten in his last six trips to the squared circle. The Rivera-Edwards contest is scheduled for eight rounds.
Here is Miguel Cotto’s reaction regarding the California’s State Athletic Commission revoking Antonio Margarito’s boxing license: “California’s Boxing Commission evaluated the case and made a decision. They have necessary evidence to judge [Margarito and his trainer] according to their rules. I think that my future won’t be affected by this decision. I will continue with my training for February 21 and I’m focused on winning the title against Michel Jennings and bringing another championship to Puerto Rico.”
In a show of unconditional support, Tijuana’s Mayor Jorge Ramos extended an invitation to former world champion Antonio Margarito to fight in his native city at anytime. The public invitation came shortly after the California Athletic Commission revoked Margarito’s boxing license. After a lengthy hearing in which no evidence was presented to demonstrate that Margarito incurred in any wrongdoing, the Commission revoked his license to fight in California for one year. Upon hearing of the news and to show his support, Tijuana Mayor Jorge Ramos said, “We welcome Antonio Margarito with open arms, and want him to know that when he is ready to fight again we want him to come to his hometown. He has been an exemplary athlete and has for many years represented the city of Tijuana with great pride and honor so it is a natural for us to continue to support him in his career that should not be blemished by a Commission that was not presented with evidence of any wrongdoing by our native son,” added Mayor Ramos.
By Craig Watt
At the weigh-in on Tuesday for WBA#1 ranked middleweight Anthony Mundine’s fight against fellow Australian and WBA#10 ranked Shannan Taylor, the two time WBA super-middleweight champion Mundine responded to the press conference in Perth from arch rival Danny Green. He stated, “If they pay me what I want I will whip that arse again.” Both fighters scaled just under the middleweight limit of 160 pounds for their WBA International Title fight on Wednesday in Wollongong, New South Wales with the winner due to take on WBA champion Felix Sturm. Mundine is expected to target the middleweight title before taking on Green and confirmed, “I’m a middleweight now and my intention is to become the undisputed middleweight champion. If Green wants to come and have his fight, he would want me to jump from middleweight to light-heavyweight, which is fifteen pounds. I am not saying I wouldn’t do it but the money has got to be right.” It is expected that with Mundine’s links with Golden Boy Promotions that he could take on Kelly Pavlik or Jermain Taylor in the remainder of 2009 before inking to fight Green at the Subiaco Oval in the Australian summer of 2010, when the weather would be suited to a 40,000 outdoor capacity event.
Former Two-Time World Champion Robert Guerrero (left) and NABO Junior Welterweight Champion Victor Ortiz (right) pose on February 10, 2009 in San Jose, California at the press conference to announce their respective bouts March 7, 2009 at HP Pavilion at San Jose. Ortiz will face Mike Arnaoutis of Greece and Guerrero will face undefeated contender Daud Yordan of Indonesia as part of an HBO Boxing After Dark televised triple-header which will also feature a fight between undefeated junior middleweight contenders James Kirkland and Joel Julio.
By Gabriel F. Cordero
Mexican flyweight Julio Cesar Miranda will face former WBC flyweight champion Pongsaklek Wonjongkam (71-3-1, 38 KOs) of Thailand for the WBC interim flyweight world title on April 14th in Bangkok, Thailand. The bout was confirmed today by WBC President José Sulaimán. Initially the fight was to take place in Mexico but it finally landed on Pongsaklek’s home turf in Thailand.
Former IBF #1-ranked welterweight Cosme “Chino” Rivera (31-11-2, 23 KOs) has agreed to step in on five days notice to face undefeated WBC #3-ranked super welterweight Alfredo “Perro” Angulo (14-0, 11 KOs) on Don King’s “St. Valentine’s Day Massacre” boxing card on Saturday at BankAtlantic Center in Sunrise, Fla. Former three-time world champion Ricardo “El Matador” Mayorga, from Nicaragua, was to have faced Angulo, but pulled out 10 days before the match. Danny Perez was mentioned as a possible opponent, but that bout was not finalized. The main event showcases unified IBF/WBO/WBA lightweight world champion Nate “Galaxxy Warrior” Campbell (32-5-1, 25 KOs) opposing IBF mandatory challenger Ali Funeka. Also WBC interim super welterweight champion Sergio Martinez (44-1-1, 24 KOs)meets former IBF welterweight champion Kermit “The Killer” Cintron (30-2, 27 KOs). Tickets priced at $200, $75, $40 and $25 (with all seats 2-for-1 excepting a limited number of “golden circle” seats) are on sale now. Call 800-745-3000.
Former welterweight champion Antonio Margarito and his trainer Javier Capetillo had their licenses revoked for a minimum of one year at today’s California State Athletic Commission disciplinary hearing in Van Nuys, California. The ban will be enforced throughout the United States, but Margarito could possibly still fight in another country, such as Mexico. If he wishes to fight in the U.S again, Margarito must apply to have his CSAC license reinstated after one year. Capetillo testified that he accidentally put illegal pads into Margarito’s hand wraps prior to his bout with Shane Mosley. “I committed a big mistake,” Capetillo said according to the LA Times. “I don’t want this young man to have problems. I’m here to cover any responsibility. I take full responsibility. I committed this innocent mistake.” (more…)
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