Logan Paul Vs Floyd Mayweather En vivo Review
The Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) has ordered Nevada’s popular former lightweight champion, Chad Dawson to face unbeaten WBA heavyweight champion, Floyd Mayweather. On April 7th, at a sold out catchweight event in Las Vegas, Dawson (6-1) challenged Mayweather (55-5-2) for the vacant WBA heavyweight championship. Despite having never fought in the octagon, Dawson garnered an impressive six rounds victory over the highly-trained and experienced “Moneymaker”. However, just hours before the scheduled bout, word leaked that Dawson was involved in a traffic accident and would be out of action for eight weeks.
Since the incident, Dawson has been cryptic on the media regarding the specifics of his accident and what caused it. However, his manager, John Stringham, spoke on the Joe radio show and claimed that there was nothing physically wrong with Chad. Instead, Stringham implied that Dawson had a medical emergency prior to the fight and that the accident was caused by the fighter striking his head during the altercation. According to Stringham, the accident was treated and cleared by doctors and despite this claim, boxing experts have since dismissed it as a possible cause of the bruise on Dawson’s head logan paul vs floyd Mayweather en vivo.
According to sports reporters from around the country, it is now known that the accident was caused by the “shooter” who fired multiple shots at Dawson during the altercation. Multiple witnesses stated that the shots came from a distance and one of them may have even been directed in a downward direction onto the forehead of Dawson. In response, Stringham stated that the boxer was acting in self-defense when he fired the shots and that if the police had been present, they would not have attempted to tackle Dawson.
This revelation comes at a time when the public has been demanding answers regarding the validity of a police report that surfaced days after the altercation in which an officer witnessed the entire event. According to the report, the arresting officer saw Dawson raised his arms in a strike mode as he approached a police officer with his hands cocked back. The officer then saw the officer give chase to Dawson, at which point the latter turned towards him and gave what looked to be a verbal dispute, at which point the officer lost his balance and fell to the ground. The ensuing investigation into the incident has since determined that the police officer was indeed trying to pull away from the fight, but was struck in the head by one of its participants, whom the latter believed to be Dawson.
Another witness, identified asogenesisist, was present at the scene and offered his opinion that the shots were intentionally aimed at Dawson’s head, causing a large bruise. He said that he could not hear the exact words that were used but that he heard one gunshot come from close range. Stringham maintained that he did not fire any shots at Dawson and that the other man (Dawson) did fire three shots in a hail of police bullets. Stringham was arrested and charged with assault for what he claims was self-defense against the police officer.
After the incident, which resulted in the cancellation of the fight, the Nevada State Athletic Commission fined Mayweather an undisclosed amount. The incident has had a negative effect on the reputation of the Nevada State Athletic Commission, and many state athletic commissions have since issued statements condoning the use of deadly force in response to an attack. Even if the circumstances leading to the cancellation of the fight were different than those portrayed in the news, a professional athlete should always have the option of accepting or rejecting a challenge. As long as the athlete is not a candidate for induction into the UFC Hall of Fame, they should have the same opportunity to withdraw from a contest if they so choose. It is up to the athlete to make the choice to agree to or not to participate.