Geale Stream Was Cut Off...Why?

BY The Sweet Science ON March 07, 2012
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March 7, 2012 (Hobart, Australia) - The live webcast on WBCBOXING.TV, that was scheduled to show Daniel Geale vs. Osumanu Adama for free, was being shown around the world against the agreement of Gary Shaw Productions, forcing the stream to be cut off in the U.S. and on the WBCBOXING.TV website. 

Gary Shaw states, "The WBC has violated the agreement that was set in place to show the stream live in the U.S .for free.   Because the WBC opened up the feed to the World, GSP had to kill the signal.  The WBC website was only given permission to stream the feed in the U.S. and opening of the signal to the World created problems. On behalf of GSP, we apologize for the confusion."

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