It’s Called Karma

Well, well, well. Look he has to come crawling back.

 

So the sky is falling for Mark Davis after he tried to do a backdoor deal behind the back of the most powerful man in Las Vegas, Sheldon Adelson, on January 30.

And now word comes down that long time business associates of Adelson, Goldman Sachs is pulling out today.

Adelson had this to say about the deal, “It was certainly shocking to the Adelson family,” the statement said. “We were not only excluded from the proposed agreement; we weren’t even aware of its existence.”

Earlier this month, Raiders representatives told the Stadium Authority board that construction would be financed by Goldman Sachs — with or without the Adelsons as partners.

Now the deal is on the verge of falling apart, and Mark Davis and the Raiders may have to come crawling back to Oakland. Ronnie Lott and his financial group released a statement earlier today stating:

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From what I’ve been reading, the Raiders and San Diego may have mutual interest in each other. At the end of the day, we all know Mark Davis is getting his spin filled speech ready for the city of Oakland.

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3 thoughts on “It’s Called Karma

  1. Because, DumDum “aka” Mark Davis, proved he could care less about the the City of Oakland and it’s fans, the deal should now include him subsidizing ticket, concessions and parking sales to a under served loyal fan base. Mark should be made to financially pay for his transgressions. A simple apology won’t due this time.

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