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Brook v Khan may be latest fight that gets away in boxing’s numbers game

first_img Since you’re here… However Bob Arum – talking later in the evening to Fighthype.com in the Madison Square Garden Theater (downstairs from the main auditorium), where Vasiliy Lomachenko buttressed his reputation with a wide points win over José Pedraza – put the argument for Khan to take on WBO welterweight Terence Crawford in the United States next spring.“We’re working on the paper work,” Arum said. “It’s not signed, but I’m hopeful. It will happen in America. For all the talks about the English gates, and all the talk about the English pay-per-view, to make real money you’ve got to fight in the United States. The pay-per-view revenue from England is less than $13. From the United States, it’s $35.”The Hearn argument goes that two 32-year-old former world champions with diminishing cache, who grew up 50 miles apart in the northern hotbed of British boxing, should forget past shouting matches and give the public the fight they want towards the end of their distinguished careers. However, logic ranks some way below greed and stubbornness in this business.Three months ago, Khan hit the deck again before labouring to a 12-round points win over Samuel Vargas, a domestic-level Colombian-born Canadian fighter who’d been stopped by Danny García and Errol Spence Jr. On Saturday night, Brook, slow and worryingly hittable, also boxed below world level to outpoint Zerafa.Brook admitted ringside he was “a bit rusty”. “I don’t know if I were trying too much. I expect too much, and I were a bit flat. Normally I’m sharp, and everything’s there that I want to do. But I was a bit like [Wladimir] Klitschko; I couldn’t let my right hand go, I couldn’t get into my rhythm.” Share via Email Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Topics Sign up to The Recap, our weekly email of editors’ picks. Amir Khan beat Samuel Vargas on points in September after being knocked down by Canadian fighter. Photograph: Alex Livesey/Getty Images Not being able to pull the trigger is one of the red flags for older fighters. As the reflexes go, seconds become shredded into split-seconds. Opportunities open and close like a lawyer’s briefcase. One thing is a given: reactions do not get quicker.Brook started well enough, marking Zerafa up around the eye and mouth in the first round. An early night looked likely. But the Australian – whose only two previous losses had been at middleweight – is a tough customer and, although he didn’t do enough to make an impression on the judges, made the Sheffield man struggle. It was not a great look.Brook-Khan once might have been a Wembley show in mid-summer, but that boat sailed a long time ago. Neither would budge on money. Then Khan, the smaller man, demanded Brook come back to him in weight. Both of them are running out of excuses. The immediate, logical reaction to Kell Brook grinding out a flat-footed points win over the Australian Michael Zerafa in Sheffield was that it would make his long-awaited showdown with Amir Khan much easier to put together.“If I was Amir Khan, I’d be straight on the phone,” Eddie Hearn said after an unimpressive 118-110, 119-109, 117-111 win that ensured Brook is the mandated challenger for Jarrett Hurd’s WBA light-middleweight title. “Kell knows that was below par. But, every time they fight, one becomes the favourite and one becomes the underdog. [Kell] knows he’s got to be a lot better than that, and he will be.” There are echoes here of another northern feud that was never settled. Two years ago, Ricky Hatton told Boxing News he always wanted to fight Junior Witter, but the numbers did not add up – nor the bragging rights. “With Junior slagging me off as well, which was starting to get on my nerves, I was of the opinion that I was in the top five so why would I fight Junior Witter when I could fight Sharmba Mitchell, Kostya Tszyu and all these people for big money?” he said.He added: “At the end of the day, I did want to fight him and I did want to beat him but why would I give him the opportunity and payday when he’s being so disrespectful and I was highly ranked anyway? It just lost its way, it’s one of those fights that got away and it would have been a good one. It made sense what Frank said and when he built me up, I moved on and Junior didn’t. We just lost the opportunity.”And that, ladies and gentleman, is the boxing business in a nutshell. Vasiliy Lomachenko overwhelms José Pedraza late to unify lightweight titles … we have a small favour to ask. 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MBAs Here are the Los Angeles Internship Opportunities You Need to Know

first_img21st Century Fox is an American multinational mass media corporation headquartered in New York City, but with a large office in Los Angeles. It’s the fourth largest media conglomerate in the U.S.Both USC Marshall and UCLA Anderson have sent MBA students to intern at 21st Century Fox in the last year, according to their latest employment reports. These MBA students have the unique opportunity to participate in a summer internship program, which typically includes 20-25 hours per week of work.More than 600 internships are offered each year in a range of divisions from film to television and sports. In addition, 21st Century Fox interns can work in a broad range of departments from marketing to finance, production, information technology, legal, digital, human resources, and business development and strategy.Headquartered in Thousand Oaks, California, Amgen Inc. is a multinational biopharmaceutical company with a keen interest in MBA talent. Last year, Amgen hired 10-15 students out of UCLA Anderson, according to the school’s employment report. They were also a top hiring company at USC Marshall for full-time employment and internships.As the world’s largest independent biotechnology firm, Amgen is the ideal company for MBA candidates interested in working in the biotech industry. MBA internships are offered in a variety of fields including finance, operations, marketing, or commercial leadership. According to the Amgen website, internships for first-year MBA students serve as the primary source of talent selection for the company’s full-time positions.Located in El Segunda, CA, Mattel Inc. is one of the most well-known toy manufacturing companies in the world. They’re best known for brands such as Fisher-Price, Barbie, Hot Wheels, and American Girl. In 2017, the UC Irvine Merage School of Business sent six MBA students to Mattel for an internship opportunity and another four MBAs were hired full-time, according to the latest employment report.Mattel Inc. offers internships for both full-time and part-time students interested in working in their marketing, finance, supply chain, or human resources divisions. Their Los Angeles internship programs are typically 12 weeks in length and often lead to full-time employment offers.On Glassdoor, one MBA intern spoke about their experience at Mattel saying, “Mattel attracts diverse talent for various roles with serious intent to hire. Mattel’s summer internship is full of events and speakers that are specifically set up to welcome and educate interns, and the internship provides a great way for MBA students to try out the company before coming on full time.”It won’t be surprising to hear this, but, Deloitte has a considerable presence in Los Angeles, CA; so it’s no wonder that the company hires many MBA students from the top business school programs in the area. Last year, Deloitte was the third largest employer of MBA students at UCLA Anderson. So, it’s no surprise that Deloitte made Fortune’s list of “25 Top MBA Employers.”Internship opportunities vary at Deloitte with many options in consulting with focuses on either strategy and operations or business technology. Other internship opportunities include a business analyst summer scholar as well as a tax consultant internship. Depending on an MBA student’s interest and background, they can join various teams at the company.In 2012, CNN Money ranked Nike as the 9th best company for MBAs to work for, and in the six years since, not much has changed. Headquartered in Portland, Oregon, the company looks to Los Angeles for many of its internship opportunities, which is currently one of the best ways to gain full-time employment at the company.Nike internships are offered in almost every division of the company from technology to finance, supply chain, merchandising, legal, marketing, procurement, analytics, and more. MBA students who are chosen for a Nike internship will find themselves working on a team project over the course of 12 weeks with a project pitch at the end of the summer. There are also social events throughout the summer. UCLA Anderson and USC Marshall both sent MBA students to Nike in 2017. If you’re looking for lots of sun, beautiful beaches, and a bustling business headquarters, Los Angeles is likely your city. So, it’s no surprise that it’s also a top location for earning an MBA. Not only is Los Angeles home to many top business schools—such as UCLA’s Anderson School of Management and the USC Marshall School of Business—but it’s also a central hub for tech startups and Fortune 500 companies.Of course, this means is that Los Angeles is also an excellent city for MBA internships. There are a wealth of opportunities and companies where MBAs can start their careers. We’ve outlined some of our favorite Los Angeles internship opportunities below.Los Angeles Internship Opportunities You Need to Know Last Updated May 21, 2018 by Kelly VoFacebookTwitterLinkedinemail MBAs: Here are the Los Angeles Internship Opportunities You Need to Know regions: Los Angeles About the AuthorKelly Vo    Kelly Vo is a writer who specializes in covering MBA programs, digital marketing, and personal development.View more posts by Kelly Vo RelatedThe Fastest MBA You Can Earn in Los AngelesLos Angeles may not be typically associated with the break-neck pace of life like New York or Washington DC, that doesn’t mean your business school career has to be slow there. A fast MBA is becoming an increasingly large priority for new MBA students throughout the U.S., and, luckily, Los…May 24, 2018In “Featured Home”Top MBA Employers in Los AngelesLos Angeles is an attractive city for young professionals for a number of reasons—and that’s not even to mention the weather or proximity to the beach. As the center of the nation’s entertainment, however, MBA graduates may be inclined to think the city is more a home to actors than…December 29, 2016In “Disney”School v. School: Arizona State v. USCCalifornia or Arizona? Los Angeles or Phoenix? Arizona State University’s W.P. Carey School of Business of USC Marshall Business School? It’s not so easy deciding where you should go to school for your MBA degree. There are many elements to consider including the location, cost of attendance, school rankings, post-graduation…April 10, 2019In “Featured Home”last_img read more