prize fight

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a boxing match between professional boxers for a cash prize


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If you use the analogy to a prize fight, it's not a knock-out punch," said Susan Kohn Ross, a lawyer with Mitchell Silberberg & Knupp in Los Angeles.
The celebrity fight promoter, who is currently trying to organise prize fight between Chris Brown and Drake after their tussle in a New York nightclub in July, also claims that his company has been losing deals because of their association with the Californian who famously gave birth to octuplets in January 2009.
A major prize fight can generate $10 million to $15 million in non-gambling revenue.
Add a traveling circus and the lure of a prize fight and you have a compelling odyssey.
This history of the 1921 heavyweight title fight between Jack Dempsey and Georges Carpentier examines the circumstances leading up to the first million dollar prize fight.
Johnston's prize fight MARK JOHNSTON'S frustration at levels of prize-money in Britain has led him to have plenty of runners in France this winter and also to have a run-in with one of his fellow trainers he met at Deauville last week.
What undoubtedly did was an event that gripped the nation's imagination in April--a bare-knuckle prize fight between Tom Sayers and John Carmel Heenan, otherwise known as the Benicia Boy.
The final, held just a few miles from Rome's Colosseum, is being billed as a prize fight between Fifa's World Footballer of the Year Cristiano Ronaldo, and runner-up Lionel Messi.
Prize Fight Boxing has been around only since 1999.
They have also hammered opponents in prize fight rings, while swimming past them in Olympic competition.
AROUND 1,000 people gathered to watch a bare-knuckle prize fight between two men thought to be from the gypsy community yesterday.
84-78, amounts were foreign source when paid under both an exclusive and a nonexclusive license agreement, for the right to broadcast live in a foreign country a prize fight taking place in the U.
A music concert can pull in 200,000 households, and a big prize fight can swell to a buy-rate of more than a million.
The men arrested pleaded not guilty to a charge of engaging in a prize fight and are scheduled to appear in court again at the end of May.