Boxing commentator brands call girls ‘bimbos’ during live show

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Boxing commentator Bob Sheridan tagged a pair of ‘bimbos’ ring girls while working for Mexican promotion Bxstrs on a card headlined by Eduardo Nunez’ victory over Adrian Pacheco

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Boxing commentator Bob Sheridan called the ring girls “bimbos” live during a broadcast.

The main card consisted of four fights and took place in Cuidad Guzman in the Mexican state of Jalisco on April 1. The card was headlined by Eduardo ‘Sugar’ Nunez who defeated Adrian Pacheco at super-featherweight, with Alberto Mora and Hector Flores also picking up wins on the card.

Sheridan made a number of controversial remarks on the comments, including referring to the ring girls as “bimbos” as they waited in the ring before the fight. He said on the show: “Okay, we like bimbos. Is it politically correct to say bimbo? Sorry ladies, you two beautiful young ladies.

” God bless you ; sorry for the insult, but i’m from the good old days when you could actually tell some things were funny. I went there Paulie.”

Sheridan was speaking to his co-commentator Paulie Malignaggi who previously held world titles in two weight classes. Malignaggi quickly responded by changing the subject: “No, we’re waiting for the official decision here, I don’t think anyone watching really cares about the decision, thinks they enjoyed the contest.”

Nunez picked up victory in the main event of the night in a high action contest continuing his 100% knockout rate with his 23rd stoppage in the tenth round. Pacheco was a dangerous customer on the night, giving Nunez problems from the lag, but was ultimately shattered by his Mexican rival’s relentless aggression.

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He found his accuracy later in the fight and found his moment in the tenth period, after a barrage of shots left his rival helpless and gave the referee no decision but to intervene. and stop the confrontation.

Sheridan made a series of controversial remarks on the night, including telling the story of a fight he had in Boston after he hit a man “with a car”. “I had a fight in Boston one day and I got a black eye,” Sheridan said between rounds of an undercard fight in Mexico. “I hit a guy with my car and his wife came over and threw her purse at me. I didn’t even think I turned around and knocked her out.

“I’m not proud of breaking his teeth, I’ve since been born again and I’m a born again Christian and have an office in the Vatican.”

His other remarks included a detailed opinion on Ukraine’s defense against Russian invasion in recent weeks. Sheridan has worked in boxing and MMA broadcasting for many years and has called fights including Muhammad Ali’s Rumble in the Jungle, Mike Tyson and Evander Holyfield. He has been on the broadcast for over 10,000 fights and was inducted into the World Boxing Hall of Fame in 2004.

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