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Old 11-11-2012, 06:41 AM
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Originally Posted by Cállate! View Post
he's not low blowing on purpose when he's hurt like Hopkins or Cotto do, rather he comes in head first and throws uppercuts and some are bound to be low. And he did get warned, in fact another one and he would have lost a point.
Mate, that was in the first round. He then proceeded to throw about ten low blow combinations each round for the following 11 rounds without a single extra warning or point deduction. The ref had explicitly stated that any more low blows, because he'd already thrown about ten in one round, and he'd take a point away, then for some unknown reason, the ref goes into hiding despite standing right in front of about another 50 low blows without a word.

Suddenly, Moreno gets a point taken off all of a sudden, coincidentally when he was making a late charge and starting to gather real momentum, and it takes the wind out of his sails.
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