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Vegas Sports Daily’s statement on Jenny SuShe

Vegas Sports

Good Afternoon,Over the last few days, we have been working to learn more details about the incident that transpired that involved our contributor Jenny SuShe and boxer Kubrat Pulev.

 

Ms. SuShe has hired women’s rights attorney Gloria Allred to represent in her going forward, as they seek appropriate disciplinary action from the World Boxing Association and the State of California towards Kubrat Pulev for his actions.

 

Vegas Sports Daily stands firmly behind her in support of her pursuing justice for this unfortunate incident.

 

Vegas Sports Daily values the contribution that Ms. SuShe and all women make to the workplace and sports industry and believes that every woman has the right to feel safe and comfortable with performing the duties of her job.

Christina Sanders

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