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Joel Julio Decisions Adjaho, Sadam Ali Beats Revish

By Chris LaBate

Prudential Center, Newark, New Jersey - Joel Julio (36-4, 31 KO), who returns to the welterweight division, won an easy ten round unanimous decision over Anges Adjaho (25-6, 14 KO). Julio had little to no trouble in outboxing Adjaho in basically every round. For some reason, Adjaho believed he was robbed and made a scene after the scores were announced. The score of 99-91 rang out on all three cards. 

Rising welterweight/junior middleweight prospect Sadam Ali (13-0, 7KOs) won an eight round unanimous decision over John Revish (10-4-2, 8KOs). All three judges saw it 79-72 for Ali. 

Ali scores a knockdown in the second round. In one of the more stranger occurrences, the venue lost power before the start of the fifth round and the fight was halted until power was restored in the pitch black venue. It could not have come at a stranger time as Revish stunned Ali in fourth round. The two fighters had to wait 16 minutes before the fight was restarted. In the eight and final round, Revish rocked Ali bad with a counter hook. The unbeaten boxer was able to stay on his feet and survived until the bell.

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by TaurusJ27 on 05-21-2011

It was funny with the lights going out during the fight.

Comment by PR Boxer on 05-21-2011

Even though Revish has some power I can't help but think that Ali's chin might have gotten exposed, someone with more power could finish him up I think. I have to see more of Ali to be honest.

Comment by Medved on 05-20-2011

BPP, are you Chris LaBate? I wonder if you watch the same streams as us or you got some special industry links

Comment by J Dubb II 330 on 05-20-2011

that man really thought he won?

Comment by jjbj2 on 05-20-2011

Even without the break, the fight was still great between Ali and his opponent. I don't mind watching those two fight again.

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