Reporter says boxer's mid-interview kiss on the lips was 'embarrassing' and 'strange'Bulgarian boxer Kubrat Pulev kissed Vegas Sports Daily reporter Jenny SuShe while she interviewed him following his fight on Saturday. Pulev is now being slammed as video of the kiss went viral. On social media SuShe said the kiss was, 'Lil embarrassing. Strange.' Vegas Sports Daily released a statement regarding the incident, saying the site did not 'condone the behavior of Kubrat Pulev.'Bulgarian heavyweight\u00a0boxer Kubrat Pulev has been ordered to complete sexual harassment training in order to lift his fighting suspension for kissing a female reporter on the lips during a post-bout interview in March.Pulev can only reapply to have his boxing license reinstated if he takes part in the course and pays a $2,500 fine by July 22, the California Athletic Commission unanimously ruled Tuesday. Until then he can't fight in the state.REPORTER WHO WAS KISSED BY BOXER KUBRAT PULEV MID-INTERVIEW CLAIMS HE GRABBED HER BUTTOCKSThe former heavyweight title challenger was suspended in March after he grabbed reporter Jenny Ravalo's head in his hands and kissed her on the lips following his seventh-round knockout of Bogdan Dinu. The incident was caught on video.Ravalo, also known as Jennifer SuShe, later said the encounter made her feel \u201cuncomfortable and frustrated.\u201d She also claimed the Bulgarian heavyweight \u201cgrabbed both of my buttocks and squeezed with both of his hands.\u201dPulev apologized to Ravalo during Tuesday's commission hearing.REPORTER SAYS BOXER KUBRAT PULEV'S MID-INTERVIEW KISS ON THE LIPS WAS 'EMBARRASSING' AND 'STRANGE'The reporter\u2019s high-profile attorney, Gloria Allred, told the Los Angeles Times that Tuesday\u2019s hearing was \u201cfair,\u201d but noted that Pulev didn\u2019t apologize before the hearing.\u201cHe was sorry \u2014 for getting caught,\u201d Allred said.\n Pulev has until July 22 to meet the conditions ordered by the commission in order to reapply to have his boxing license reinstated. (AP)\n CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APPThe commission warned Pulev that he could face a lifetime suspension if he becomes involved in similar incidents, including retaliation or threats, the Los Angeles Times reported.\u201cI would like this to be a teachable moment rather than take away a fighter\u2019s ability to make a living,\u201d said CSAC Commissioner Martha Shen-Urquidez, according to the paper.The Associated Press contributed to this report.