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Jose Canseco Facing Lawsuit For Brother Boxing Switch

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If you had an identical twin, would you ever switch places with them to get out of doing something you just didn’t want to do? I got to admit I would, unless of course I had a signed contract but that didn’t stop Jose Canseco. The “Celebrity Apprentice”  is being sued for breach of contract after he tried unsuccessfully to send his twin brother to participate in a boxing bout, according to RadarOnline. Hollywood Boxing Federation President Damon Feldman claims

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the MLB slugger owes him $5,000 after he advanced him the salary for a celebrity boxing match at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Hollywood, Florida, on March 26th. It was canceled last minute amid speculation that Jose had sent his twin brother to fight the match in his place. Feldman’s attorney said they were asking for a minimum of $6,500.

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