Originally Posted by J.B.
Tyson's license was revoked. Yeah, he got it back after a year, but he still had to re-apply and the commission had to vote on it. Tyson also paid millions of dollars in fines and legal fees over the incident, and he almost went to jail. Tyson's reaction was obviously worthy of punishment, but it was also something that occurred in the ring because he felt Holyfield was intentionally headbutting him. Chael's case is different because he is being perceived as having lied to the commission and him having outside legal troubles that are making headlines doesn't help his image.
It's like the CSAC is having a "redo". They should have made a decision about his lying the first time around. To me it's like someone who's been tried, found guilty, been punished and served his time, but now the prosecuter wants to go back and give him more time for something that should have been included in their case the first go round.
I think they feel like Chael made them look stupid and incompetent and they're getting payback now.
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Last edited by Bonnie; 05-26-2011 at 01:54 AM.