Shane Mosley trainer and dedicated cheat-sniffer, Naazim Richardson once again one-upped state commission inspectors Friday afternoon at the official weigh-in for tomorrow's Ring Kings PPV at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas.
The veteran trainer, most famous for discovering Antonio Margarito's doctored knuckle pads prior to the 2009 Mosley-Margarito bout, noticed an irregularity in the gloves being used by Saul Alvarez.
The fuss drew the attention of Team Cotto, who then demanded that Floyd Mayweather, who was wearing the same 10 oz. gloves as Alvarez, be subject to another revision.
According to the Los Angeles Times, the Nevada State Athletic Commission ruled against the gloves because the thumb is covered in patent leather, not genuine leather, and because a hard seam at the top of the thumb protrudes and could ultimately cause a cut.
The Times reported that Tony Lato, the chief inspector for Nevada, said a new all-genuine leather version of the gloves were to be flown to Las Vegas...