Tiger Woods Mistress Devon James Drops Out of Bout in Biggest Boxing Letdown Since Pacquiao-Mayweather


July 31, 2010

Tiger Woods Mistress Devon James Drops Out of Bout in Biggest Boxing Letdown Since Pacquiao-Mayweather It may not have been Manny Pacquiao versus Floyd Mayweather Jr., but another “high-profile” boxing match fell through on Friday.

In a truly epic clash, Tiger Woods mistress and adult-film star Devon James was scheduled to fight Susan Finkelstein, “the woman who offered sexual relations for Philadelphia Phillies tickets on Craigslist,” in a Celebrity Boxing bout refereed by Dustin “Screech” Diamond.

In her pre-match physical, James was deemed unable to perform due to high blood pressure and poor performance on the eyeball-response test.

High blood pressure is pretty common given the number of Lipitor commercials on television (though we haven’t seen the Dan Reeves Zocor ads in a while), but how do you fail the eyeball reaction test?

Similar to the Pacquiao-Mayweather debacle, one of the participants decided to fight anyway, as James was replaced at the last minute.

In spite of Celebrity Boxing’s absence from television since 2002, Screech has decided to make it his new signature event, much like Jeff Ross with celebrity roasts, after participating in the original series.

James, who originally claimed to have met Woods in 2006, is now claiming that he is the father of her 9-year-old child. She recently has alleged that they actually met in 2000 when she was still attending Christian school.

Apparently, a lot can change in a decade.

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While many have bolder notions about what the Sox should do at the deadline, this fan is taking a more reserved approach.

what I personally think the Sox should do here at the deadline. I say
trade for a decent reliever that you have control over for the next two
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already have Hermida, Nava and McDonald to provide decent backup. Just
hold tight boys, keep fighting, and hopefully we’ll get the Wild Card.”

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DeJuan Blair has decided to join the ranks of NBA players making appearances in rap videos. This one features some real artful art direction, going black and white except for the red “Solo cups.”

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