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Senator Reid – Today Boxing, Tomorrow Budget. Maybe.

Buck O Wrote: Jun 14, 2012 1:57 PM
The (split) decision to award the fight to Bradley was highly suspicious, but then, boxing been corrupt for years, so who's surprised at anything that happens in that sport? Heck, it's more corrupt than horse racing, and that's going some, but I don't see Congress looking into that? As always, Fairy Greed just needs to get his priorities straight.

Yesterday, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV) announced his support of an investigation into last weekend’s controversial Pacquiao – Bradley boxing match, in which the Filipino boxing champion lost in surprising fashion according to just about all enthusiasts and commentators. Sen. Reid represents the state where the fight was held; he used to be an amateur boxer, a boxing referee, sat on the Nevada Athletic Commission, and he has worked on national boxing bill with Sen. John McCain (R-AZ). So it makes sense that he would be weighing in on this fight’s commotion… right? Well, two thoughts on that: