Why isn’t “Sell it to the highest bidder” an option? If they don’t want the money, at least donate it to charity (or CEFC) or something.
Actually, it already was sold to the highest bidder. This guy, who’s a fashion designer of some sort, bought the ball for $752,000 just so he could do this with it. Sounds crazy, but the heck of it is that there will probably be a huge payback for his advertising dollar. Whatever, that’s his business. I’m just all for demeaning the cheater’s “record”.
The votes are in. We won!
Well, you know my opinion on sports (remember: the guy with the four sisters), but I did my part and put in a vote fer ya!
Now boxing, on the other hand… I can watch that for awhile….
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