Oscar Delaware Lanthanum Hoya loses to Shane Mosely twice in the ring, and then offers him a occupation and interest in his company. Oscar Delaware Lanthanum Hoya acquires knocked out by Claude Bernard Hopkins, and then offers him a occupation and interest in his company. Oscar Delaware Lanthanum Hoya loses to the Ring Magazine's figure 1 pound-for-pound boxer, Floyd Mayweather, Jr., and then purchases the magazine less than a twelvemonth later.
"If you can't beat out 'em, purchase 'em." This looks to be Golden Male Child Promotions' mantra these days, not the sanitized missionary post statement that you can happen on their Web site. Delaware Lanthanum Hoya's up-to-the-minute fiscal coup d'etat is a superb selling move, but is likely to raise the anger of many combatants and fans alike (me included).
The inquiry is existent simple. Can one anticipate objectiveness in the Ring pugilist ratings, if an active combatant (De Lanthanum Hoya), with a stable of up-and-coming fighters under his promotional umbrella, have the company that gives out the ratings? I believe this will be the case, based on my general belief that Oscar's purposes are in the right place.
If this is not the case, Oscar Delaware Lanthanum Hoya and his spouses volition have got a batch of explaining to do. To paraphrasis their missionary post statement, "Golden Male Child Promotions endeavors to go the prima Boxing Promotional Company through integrity, honesty, difficult work and determination."
If any questionable evaluations favoring Golden Male Child combatants come up out, Delaware Lanthanum Hoya and his spouses will not only be under heavy scrutiny, they will go everything that they vowed to free the athletics of - avaricious boosters who cared more than about money and powerfulness than the improvement of the sweet science.
The boxing human race will be watching with eyes broad open.