Discussion in 'British Boxing Forum' started by ChuckOneChair, Jul 25, 2022.
Making it too obvious you’re the EverythingBoxing account, he tweets exactly the same stuff
Buatsi has one fight left on his contract with Matchroom, but does he do the same as Okolie ?
What, have a moan and a cry but ultimately accept that he has to honour his contractual agreement with Matchroom?
Maybe one or two but cant see it being anyone too big or exciting. Think the only one Hearn will be smarting over will be Okolie.
Buatsi is no big loss, his career has been disappointing so far and he doesn't look capable of winning one of the belts.
Isn't his next fight onSky?
News to me if it is?
Pretty certain it is.
Well its not as clear cut as that is it ? They are arguing over whether a fight LO had during fight camp counted in his contract. It would seem to me that ifbit didbt this should have been explicitly stated and made clear to the fighter and his manager but then again im no soliciter.
Sky have signed Okolie, I thought it was announced?
Okolie should fight David Light on Sky on March 11, but for some reason it has not been officially announced yet.
Because Hearn is suing Okolie and has taken him to court.
The show also clashes with the Matchroom show in Liverpool on the same date so they may move the date.
I'm so nosey I love a good legam wrangle. Always comedy gold comes out from one side
Has it actually got to court or just reported that Hearn is suing Okolie? Civil cases can take forever to actually happen but it wouldn't be a surprise if Matchroom got an injunction to stop him fighting in the meantime.