Interesting. I can see anyone who put money on the fight being a bit upset at the disclosure of an injury post event.
I don't see this going anywhere. Injuries are intentionally concealed all the time in all sports for tactical/strategic reasons.
True, but if there is a disclosure agreement, then there could be some perjury going on.
If I remember he signed something that said he didn't have any injuries. It's different for boxing than it is for other sports.
I typed up a bunch of stuff, but really I don't think it needs to be said so much because it all boiled down to "I dont think it's a big deal" and also I just thought of something more interesting...he's a Congressman in the Philippines...does he have Diplomatic Immunity for this sort of thing? That would be hilarious!
I believe the sanctioning body of this fight did have legal paperwork pertaining to the health and injury status of both fighters. WHile I have no clue if this sort of thing really will have any legs to stand on as far as recouping money, I can understand that some people wouldn't have bought the fight knowing one guy was hiding a pretty debilitating injury given the sport (I've had two shoulder's "done", and raising your arm can sometimes be tough, forget throwing punches with a guy like Mayweather -lol).