Round card girl enters the cage, walks around with a sign above her head. It’s right there in the job description. Unless the fight is over. Once the fight is over, the ring card girl doesn’t have to do anything. This young lady doesn’t believe in taking time off. As one fighter lies motionless on the canvas, knocked out, the girl goes about her job, signaling the start of a round that isn’t coming. Eventually, the winning fighter’s corner explains that the fight is over.
The media version of A-Rod has been far different.
Television is moving that direction for ratings anyway.
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