Boxing Promoter to be Disciplined Over Failed Floyd Mayweather King MisuZulu Boxing Tournament
- The consequences of the fiasco that was the 'King MisuZulu International Boxing Tournament' are being felt
- The promoter has been hauled over the coals for his part in Floyd Mayweather refusing to attend the event
- South Africa's boxing governing body has taken the appropriate disciplinary measures against this person
Boxing South Africa (BSA) has taken preliminary action against the man who brought the sport into disrepute because of the King MisuZulu International Boxing Tournament fiasco.
J4Joy Promotions' figurehead, Jacob Mnisi will face a BSA disciplinary hearing for his role in the disastrous turn of events that led to the much-anticipated tournament failing to take place.
According to TimesLIVE, a BSA media statement read:
“The suspension is based, among others, on developments around the invitation of Floyd Mayweather to South Africa and actions around the tournament.
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“[BSA] will in due course conduct a disciplinary hearing against Mnisi and further details will not be divulged until the disciplinary hearing is concluded.”
Mayweather quits King MisuZulu tournament
Retired boxing billionaire, Floyd Mayweather has cancelled his attendance at the much-publicised 'King MisuZulu International Boxing Tournament'.
The boxing extravaganza was scheduled for Moses Mabhida Stadium but was later called off after the organiser failed to pay his appearance fee.
Sunday World reported that organiser, Arnold Nododile attempted to sway the star into attending the event by sending his team a fake R5.8 million proof of payment.
The news will leave Mayweather’s legion of fans thoroughly disappointed, with many having paid thousands of rands to sit in proximity with him and the king.
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American boxer, Marquez Greer began vomiting inside the ring after being struck down by a tremendous body shot before the referee called off the fight.
The 26-year-old took on middleweight debutant, Marquis Williams over the weekend in Gadsden, Alabama, with Greer looking to end his losing streak.
He has suffered defeats in all his 15 bouts, with 14 by knockout - 13 of those coming inside the very first round - making it difficult to understand why he mounted the ring again on the night.