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On September 30, 2011 By Ryan Sawyer January 16, 2015
The International Amateur Boxing Association (AIBA), amateur boxing’s governing body, is investigating corruption charges implicating Azerbaijan and the World Series of Boxing. Allegations first surfaced after being reported on BBC TV’s Newsnight. According to the BBC, Azerbaijan allegedly paid $9 million to the World Series of Boxing in exchange for a [...]Continue Reading →
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