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Simon Rutz sets final deadline for K-1; It’s Showtime fighters not offered “bad deal”

Simon Rutz sets final deadline for K-1; It’s Showtime fighters not offered “bad deal”

[div class=”notice” class2=”icon”]The following is from an article on LiverKick.com, part of the MiddleEasy Network.[/div]

As we had reported previously, there has been a rumor that FEG has offered certain fighters an offer that would let FEG off of the hook for 50% of the money that they owe certain fighters. What many who read it neglected to notice was the last paragraph, which states that it was unclear who this offer was extended to, if anyone. LiverKick.com has received numerous reports that K-1 has been working to broker deals with fighters and managers this past week to solidify the K-1 Final 16 and that there were some fighters being offered a “50% deal.”

It appears that It’s Showtime’s fighters were not offered this deal, at least that is what Simon Rutz says as of this morning. When a fan asked Mr. Rutz if It’s Showtime fighters would be willing to take a cut of 50% to fight for K-1 he claimed that was not the case for It’s Showtime’s fighters, and in a reply to another fan’s post he said that K-1 was not “blackmailing” them. This does not entirely rule out that some fighters have been offered a “bad deal,” but in the case of It’s Showtime it appears this deal has not been given to them.

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