Published: June 22, 2004
New Jersey Governor James E. McGreevey isn’t thrilled that former heavyweight champion Mike Tyson was granted a New Jersey boxing license yesterday and plans to ask members of the NJ Athletic Control Board to reconsider the decision. A McGreevey spokesperson also stated that the governor will also block attempts to place a Tyson fight in facilities the state runs or operates, such as the Meadowlands complex across the river from New York City or Atlantic City’s Boardwalk Hall.
“The governor doesn’t think Mr. Tyson has the temperament to engage in good sportsmanship,” McGreevey spokesman Micah Rasmussen said.
Source: Fightnews and new york post
Why cant people just leave Tyson alone?