Floyd Mayweather Jr. was recently asked if he had any interest in being the opening act when the new MGM arena opens in spring 2016? After thinking about the question for a while, as he calculated the time frame, he finally responded. “It would be an honor, absolutely,” he said. “But to tell you the truth, I haven’t thought that far in advance.”
Four finalists to be interviewed from original pool of 350 candidates as three-month process to replace Keith Kizer wraps up.
The Nevada Athletic Commission took a major step toward finding an executive director on Wednesday, identifying 10 people as potential finalists to replace Keith Kizer, who resigned Jan. 10.
Fighters currently active as well as a couple of old-timers who moved into the political ring gave a boost on Tuesday to landmark research being done in Las Vegas on how blows from boxing and combat fighting affect the brain.
The Nevada Athletic Commission will not replace former executive director Keith Kizer on an interim basis and instead will go directly toward pursuing a permanent successor.
The next executive director of the Nevada Athletic Commission must be smart, tough, fair and diplomatic. And that’s just for starters.
The Nevada Athletic Commission is looking for an executive director after Keith Kizer submitted his resignation Friday — much to the commission’s surprise.