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Old 09-17-2013, 07:38 AM
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Originally Posted by Liondw View Post
As bad as CJ Ross's scorecard certainly was, was it that much worse than the judges scoring the first fight Mayweather vs Castillo in favour of Mayweather? It was crystal clear Castillo won the first fight, and Mayweather won the rematch in a close but clear points win. Pacquaio-Bradley, and an old fight Hearns-Leonard II are some examples of pretty bad decisions as well.
It was not crystal clear. That was a close fight in which I thought Floyd lost but in no way was it crystal clear. That fight could have gone to either one of them.
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