When you think Don King, you immediately think: Tiny American flags, boxing, flash, crazy-ass hair, and pizzazz (and let's face it, how often does something conjure up "pizzaz" just by looking at it?) But lately, the sheen on the Don (or is it The King?) has begun to wear out, as pointed out by our ... More >>
Not even Don King, the unflappable cartoon-like boxing promoter, was safe from the long paper trail following Scott Rothstein's $1.4 billion Ponzi scheme. He settled a $700,000 lawsuit for $30,000 this week. Herbert Stettin, trustee for Rothstein's closed law firm, Rothstein Rosenfeldt Adler, sued ... More >>
This Friday, November 16, Gulfstream Park will host a boxing doubleheader. The Don King event, which will be televised on Showtime, features two matches. Junior middleweights Omar "Oh!" Henry from Chicago will battle "King" James de la Rosa from San Benito, Texas in the first match. The second matc ... More >>
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