Grabbi Graeme Posted December 8, 2009 Share Posted December 8, 2009 Barry Hearn is ready to be a ruthless leader and bring in sweeping changes when he takes over as the most powerful man in snooker. Hearn is poised to be named chairman of the World Professional Billiards and Snooker Association, after Sir Rodney Walker was ousted from the role. The Essex-born promoter, who formed the Matchroom stable of top players in the 1980s before enjoying huge success in boxing, insists he will not be afraid to make big decisions to raise the sport from its current doldrums. Hearn did bring darts back to the big time with the PDC, can he do the same for snooker, will we have walk on music for the players as the make there way down the steps with a dolly bird next to them and will Sky snap up some of the tournaments from the BBC. Full Story And before any smart arse points it out yes I know I have missed the word "be" out of the title of the topic, it's late ok Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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