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    Sunday, February 08, 2009

    SecondsOut Radio: Kelly Pavlik, Miguel Cotto, Bob Arum, Marco Antonio Rubio, Michael Jennings 

  • SecondsOut Radio with Eddie Goldman


  • On this week's edition of SecondsOut Radio, host Eddie Goldman previews the February 21 pay-per-view headlined by middleweight champion Kelly Pavlik (34-1, 30 KOs) facing Marco Antonio Rubio (43-4-1, 37 KOs), and former welterweight champion Miguel Cotto (32-1, 26 KOs) taking on Michael Jennings (34-1, 16 KOs). While both on the same pay-per-view telecast, the Pavlik-Rubio fight will headline a live card at the Chevrolet Centre in Youngstown, Ohio, and the Cotto-Jennings fight will headline a live card at Madison Square Garden in New York.

    All four of these fighters were at a recent news conference at Madison Square Garden, and we hear what they had to say. We also spoke with promoter Bob Arum about why this show is on pay-per-view. And we also address some recent developments regarding the losing battle over Internet piracy being carried out by some content providers, and why they would be better off accommodating those viewers and fight fans in the spirit of "WIW, WIW, WIW", that is, allowing them to watch "what I want, when I want, where I want".

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    Who are you rooting for? Cotto is gonna take that british dude down. I'm going to be ringside in my new Ecko Cotto gear. Have you seen the track jacket and pants?

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    I got it two weeks ago for the fight on Feb 21. Look for me on tv!
     
    The above “comment” is yet one more reason boxing in America is doomed. It most likely looks like this company has hired people to find blogs and post comments selling their junk. Instead of supporting the boxing media by taking out ads, they spend money on this attempted subterfuge and lessen the quality of discussion online by posting commercial comments by people posing as honest, individual fans. Then these idiots ask for whom (they also got it grammatically incorrect) I am rooting. Again they try to destroy the boxing media by encouraging us to take sides and not remain neutral and objective. In short, Ecko is the enemy of journalism. So why would I buy their garbage? Plus, I did see these clothes at the news conference Wednesday. White jackets in New York? This junk will be filthy long before we stop laughing at your attempted spam.
     
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    Who are you rooting for? Cotto is gonna take that british dude down. I'm going to be ringside in my new Ecko Cotto gear. Have you seen the track jacket and pants?

    http://www.shopecko.com/family/index.jsp?categoryId=3204010&cp=3165999

    I got it two weeks ago for the fight on Feb 21. Look for me on tv!

    By Blogger Alex, at 12:54 PM  

    The above “comment” is yet one more reason boxing in America is doomed. It most likely looks like this company has hired people to find blogs and post comments selling their junk. Instead of supporting the boxing media by taking out ads, they spend money on this attempted subterfuge and lessen the quality of discussion online by posting commercial comments by people posing as honest, individual fans. Then these idiots ask for whom (they also got it grammatically incorrect) I am rooting. Again they try to destroy the boxing media by encouraging us to take sides and not remain neutral and objective. In short, Ecko is the enemy of journalism. So why would I buy their garbage? Plus, I did see these clothes at the news conference Wednesday. White jackets in New York? This junk will be filthy long before we stop laughing at your attempted spam.

    By Blogger Eddie Goldman, at 2:36 PM  

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