hings in Cleveland are a mess and this weekend's live heavyweight fights are off; two of the boxers are suspended and maybe ill, too. Network TV was to show Trevor Berbick-Renaldo Snipes Saturday and Tim Witherspoon-James (Quick) Tillis Sunday. But Berbick reportedly has influenza and Witherspoon an infected ear. "As far I know, he (Berbick) is not sick," a spokesman for promoter Don King said. "If he has the flu, I have pneumonia." But later, it was alleged that promoters knew about the illnesses three weeks ago. The Cleveland Boxing Commission said Berbick and Witherspoon "cannot appear in any ring," until further notice. King reportedly considered a Tillis-Snipes fallback fight, but Snipes is said to have refused. ABC plans Saturday to show July's Salvador Sanchez-Azumah Nelson WBC featherweight title bout. CBS said that on Sunday it will opt for a tape of last Saturday's Matthew Saad Muhammad-Dwight Braxton WBC light heavyweight title bout . . . Aaron Pryon, the WBA junior welterweight champion, was ordered to pay $71.40 a week and set up a trust fund for a child he fathered nine years ago. Pryor, 26, will defend his title against Alexis Arguello in November for $1.6 million . . . Jeff Chandler will defend his WBA bantamweight championship Oct. 27 in Atlantic City against Miguel Iriarte.