Kevin Iole on Why Mayweather vs. Pacquiao won't Happen, Why Amir Khan is overrated and more
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Kevin Iole on Why Mayweather vs. Pacquiao won't Happen, Why Amir Khan is overrated and more
By Jonathan Shrager, Dog House Boxing (Oct 8, 2014)

Above Video: Exclusive Interview with Kevin Iole.
Kevin Iole
Regarding the match we've all talked about for well over half a decade, Floyd Mayweather vs. Manny Pacquiao, Kevin Iole states: "I just think there is so much involved in terms of the politics, in Bob Arum against Al Haymon and Mayweather. There is just so much of it, that I just don't ever see it happening." - There is a lot of blame to go around for both teams, Pacquiao and Mayweather, and Iole explains why.

In this new video interview, Jonathan Shrager catches up with 2014 Nevada Boxing Hall of Fame Inductee, and boxing's number one writer in Kevin Iole. (Video is embedded to the left of this text.)

Iole, who's work is featured on Yahoo Sports, discusses all things Floyd Mayweather, including his long-standing relationship with "Money," his thoughts on the recently-transpired rematch with Maidana, Floyd's prospective next adversaries, his informed inkling on whether the coveted "super fight" with Manny Pacquiao will ever materialise.

Plus Iole speaks on the frustrating implications of boxing politics, his perceptions of the current thriving British boxing scene from the other side of the pond, and the outcome of a hypothetical rematch between Carl Froch and Andre Ward. Why he feels Amir Khan is overrated and so much more.

This interview with Iole has a playing time of 6 minutes.

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