Boxing Promoter Hits Rival With $300M Antitrust Suit
By Vin Gurrieri (May 6, 2015, 3:46 PM EDT) -- Golden Boy Promotions LLC and former world boxing champion Bernard Hopkins hit an adviser to Floyd Mayweather and numerous other fighters with a $300 million antitrust suit in California federal court Tuesday, alleging he is illegally acting as both a manager and promoter to monopolize boxing in the U.S.
Former boxing champion Bernard Hopkins, pictured at a November fight, filed a $300 million antitrust suit against an adviser to Floyd Mayweather and others. (Credit: Getty) Golden Boy Promotions and Hopkins, who is a co-owner of the company founded by fellow former champion Oscar De La Hoya, accused Alan Haymon of illegally acting...
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