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This year Yahoo has put together a list of boxing most powerful people Al Haymon at the top of the list, labeling him a “manager/adviser.”
“Haymon is the most mysterious of men,” writes Yahoo. “He has a great aversion to being on camera. He does not speak to the media. He is not licensed as a boxing manager. But he has a large and ever growing stable of fighters that starts with Mayweather and includes dozens of the best fighters in the world. He used to put his fighters almost exclusively on HBO, and now he does it on Showtime. Regardless of the circumstance, Haymon gets things done and always seems to get his way.”
No surprise, at #2, is Floyd Mayweather, Jr. he negotiated for, and received, the right to be executive producer of several documentary films. He scores high in both power and influence. Golden Boy Promotions CEO Richard Schaefer lands at #4, Top Rank CEO Bob Arum comes in at #9, Manny Pacquiao at #12, and longtime HBO broadcaster Jim Lampley lands at #16. For the full list click HERE. On Christmas day they’ll be releasing fighter of the year.