I have a quick question about officiating of professional boxing. In the Mayweather vs. Pacquiao fight, WBA, WBC, and WBO titles were all on the line. Yet, for this fight, and I'm assuming in all other big fights in Vegas, the Nevada Athletic Commission appointed the three judges and referee. Do any of these three boxing organizations ever officiate their own boxing matches, or are matches (or at least those in Nevada) always officiated under the jurisdiction of the Nevada Athletic Commission? If the latter is the case, how did this come about? You'd think that the boxing organizations would be more than capable of providing fair and accurate officiating for their own events. I realize I'm probably comparing apples to oranges, but to me, it's almost like having the state of Arizona responsible for officiating the Super Bowl this past February, or the state (ok...commonwealth) of Kentucky officiating yesterday's Kentucky Derby. In both of these situations, officiating was handled by each sport's official governing body, so why the disparity for boxing?