In all seriousness, this is among the least disturbing doping allegations ever. Boxing is a "sport" in which people beat each other into oblivion for entertainment. Do we really care if they take substances that might be harmful to their long-term health? Do we care if people are forced to take health risks to compete at a high level in the sport?
You should, if you realize that USADA and Tygart are in charge of monitoring doping in running.
These allegations basically allege corruption and collusion by Tygart and USADA with incredibly high-profile athletes, including but not limited to the use of TUEs. Extremely problematic when many of the biggest names in US track and field are Nike people, and Nike basically owns USATF (and therefore can sway USADA just like the boxing people have).
Not a big deal compared to NFL corruption or FIFA corruption, but something this sport should definitely be concerned with.