Sticks and Stones - Shane Mosley's Attorney isn’t too thrilled
By Steve Kim, MaxBoxing (April 19, 2010) Special to Doghouse Boxing (Photo © Everlast)  
I read that Shane Mosley’s attorney, Judd Burstein, isn’t too thrilled with the coverage given by the New York Daily News over the YouTube video released by Victor Conte, of his client admitting to his knowledge of EPO before his rematch with De La Hoya in 2003.

He reportedly sent out this email to one of the stories co-authors, Nathaniel Vinton: "Nate, there will come a day when I have an opportunity to do serious harm to your career. You may not know it, at the time, that it was me, but when you end up with your job lost, reputation destroyed, I will call you to tell you it was me."

And this was perhaps one of the more tame things Burstein said about Vinton.

OK, but one question- just how does stuff like this aid Mosley, right about now?


On Thursday night at the Club Nokia at L.A. Live, another edition of the “Fight Night Club” will be staged by Golden Boy Promotions. On Friday night, Thompson Boxing Promotions returns to the Doubletree Hotel in Ontario, California, followed by the big show the next evening at the CBBA.

I plan on pulling a trifecta. Hey, it’s my job; it’s what I do.

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