The Presidential Daily Brief


  1. Boxer’s Career Unscathed by Abuse History

    He’s one of boxing’s least aggressive champions, scoring points, not knockouts. Floyd Mayweather Jr. did exactly that last night to defeat Manny Pacquiao, but outside the ring, he has a record of far less restraint when confronting women. He’s been accused of seven assaults against five different women, some of which led to jail and other punishment, and yet he’s been allowed to rescue his violent sport from a long decline. As victims begin to speak out, will the bad-boy boxer avoid jail time by continuing his string of courtroom TKOs?

    Grantland, OZY

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