But earlier this month, Klitschko announced he planned to end a 14 month retirement and was seeking an April bout against Maskaev.Klitschko, who retired as WBC champion, would be a bigger attraction than Peter, so the Maskaev camp would prefer to fight Klitschko.Representatives for Maskaev, Klitschko and Peter met in New York last week, where Klitschko adviser Shelly Finkel presented the offer. He said it included $2.5 million for Peter to step aside and allow Klitschko Maskaev in April in Moscow as well as a guarantee that Peter would fight the winner.If Klitschko won, Finkel said, Peter would be guaranteed $3 million to fight him, meaning Peter would ultimately come away with $5.5 million in that scenario.”That’s life changing type of money,” Finkel said.Peter’s promoter, Dino Duva, confirmed the $2.5 million offer Sunday but disputed Finkel’s contention that he offered Peter $3 million for a Klitschko fight.Duva said he is concerned that if Peter steps aside, he could harm his career by being inactive for so long.He said if Peter is to accept money to step aside, there would have to be specific provisions in place guaranteeing a date by which he receives a shot at the Klitschko Maskaev winner.Maskaev had surgery on his right elbow in January, and Klitschko retired in 2005 because of injuries. If Peter agrees to allow a Klitschko Maskaev bout and then fight the winner, Duva said he fears Peter could be sidelined for more than a year.Duva called the $2.5 million offer unacceptable but stopped short of saying he wouldn’t accept a step aside fee under any circumstance.
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The first Thursday of each month for a festive cultural evening. The next Art Walk is Thursday. Asterisk  denotes the participating galleries. Bell’s observation that “the new micro institutions of journalism already bear the hallmarks of the restrictive heritage they abandoned with such glee” echoes what I discovered during nearly two years of counting and interviewing women involved in the new media landscape. Despite early prominence in digital journalism, female leaders are the minority in virtually all its corners today, and the women who do launch innovative publications aren’t getting the same attention as men. That has implications both practical and rhetorical, making journalism’s future seem as homogeneous as its past.