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On Monday, August 21, 2017 at 7:53:18 AM UTC-7, Chris Tsao wrote:
> i came across a video explaining why if you get a concussion when you are knocked out you are more
likely to get a second concussion the next time

Not according to the Nevada State Athletic Commission... they bought the Jose Mesi defense, and that
became a kind of precident, which thankfull, hasn't been (to my knowledge) cited by any one facing
the commission since...

I wrote about this case back then:

I think this has been cited more than almost anything I ever wrote on boxing (a few legal
reviews/case books, etc., (aside from a few pieces on Pacquiao, "The Holyfield Paradox", "Holyfield
and the sound of drums" and a few pieces on Hopkins).