With Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Manny Pacquiao, the two biggest stars in boxing, at the end of their respective careers, many critics believe the sport will die. Truthfully, this is not the case (Just check the NBC ratings for this weekends boxing on TV - it won the rating!). In this new video Q&A, Al Haymon's advisor, Richard Schaefer explains why Boxing is not dead after Pacquiao and Mayweather ride off into the sunset.
Video Q&A description: In thins interview conducted by FightHype.com, Schaefer states: "Floyd stepped up and captured the pay-per-view market and frankly took it to never seen levels before."
The future of boxing is brighter than ever!"
The video interview with Richard Schaefer (embedded to the left), has a play time of 1min and 50secs. Press play and enjoy!
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the above text was written by Johnny Benz, Doghouse Boxing Inc.
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