Farrah Abraham dropped out of her boxing match against Nicole "Hoopz" Alexander, but unmet promises weren't the only reasons she's not stepping into the ring! Her dad Michael Abraham exclusively revealed to RadarOnline.com that he believes Drita D'Avanzo coming on board to commentate the event was a setup!
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As Radar exclusively reported last week, a source told Radar D'Avanzo was in talks to either commentate or referee the event. She confirmed over Instagram that she is going to ref the November 10th match.
"My daughter would've gotten attacked," Michael told Radar. "It was a set up and we know it! Drita was going to whip her a**! Drita has to touch her once and Farrah could be in an extremely bad situation."
Michael continued to slam the event, "Without Farrah, this f**king fight would be nothing. They f**ked up! This was supposed to be for bullying! Where is the money going to? Awareness is bulls**t! They are failing their contract obligations."
Although Farrah is out, Teen Mom 2 star Javi Marroquin, who was hired as a commentator, confirmed to Radar that he is still going to attend the match. "They found a replacement and they're still fighting," he said. "It should be a good event regardless."
Reports claim Mob Wives star Natalie DiDonato is replacing the ex Teen Mom OG star. Marroquin confirmed to news to Radar.
As Radar broke, Abraham dropped out of the boxing match because promoters were unable to meet her demands regarding flight and room accommodations. "We were all planning on getting together up there and watching the match," her mom Debra Danielsen told Radar. "I said, what about my travel? When do we fly in? Where are we staying? They were supposed to get back to all of us. Farrah was like, 'Mom he didn't even get me a ticket!' I don't call that Farrah dropping out."
Danielsen added, "It's ridiculous. They didn't deliver what they said they would provide in regard to travel and hotel. We're used to being treated properly. Right now no one is showing up on our side. If Farrah doesn't show up, there is no fight!
A rep for the match, which is going down on November 10 in Atlantic City, told Radar, "She's a partner. She's on contract. She's an equity partner. For her to back out, she could get sued for millions. If she does drop out, we would find another athlete. The show would still go on."
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