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Showtime fires Paulie Malignaggi over controversial remarks on racism, racial oppression 

 

Showtime Boxing returns tonight (August 1st) from Uncasville, CT with a vacant WBO bantamweight title between Tramaine Williams and Angelo Leo as the main event, but the broadcast will not feature Paulie Malignaggi’s analysis. In fact, Showtime has axed Malignaggi altogether.

Boxing Scene first reported that the retired former world champion was removed from Showtime Boxing broadcasts for comments he made back in April in an IFL TV interview that he apparently refused to apologize for. When the apology wasn’t issued, Showtime gave Malignaggi the boot. Abner Mares will take his place at least for tonight’s broadcast.

Now we get to Paulie. He directly addressed Haney’s comments by saying that through boxing history, the sport has been dominated by different racial/ethnic groups, and he claims that African-American fighters are no longer the dominant force in boxing like they were in the 30-50 years ago.

Showtime fires Paulie Malignaggi over controversial remarks on racism, racial oppression

Tags: Celebration, Employment, Entertainment, Journalism, Judgment, Opinion, Overreaction, Protest, Racial Tension, Rejection, Society, Sports, Termination

Filed under: Gay+

01-Aug-2020


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