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 Last update:  9/15/2013       Read more by TMZ         
   
Judge CJ Ross: I Stand By Mayweather-Canelo Score!
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By TMZ

The boxing judge being ripped apart for scoring the Mayweather/Canelo fight as a draw tells TMZ she doesn't care what the critics say ... insisting she called the fight correctly.

Judge C.J. Ross tells us "I stand behind my decision" and isn't fazed by all the ferocious criticism she's received from both experts and amateurs.

In case you missed it -- Floyd Mayweather scored a convincing victory over Saul "Canelo" Alvarez last night ... but C.J. was the only judge to score them evenly.

After the fight, boxing expert Teddy Atlas went on ESPN and said Ross' score was a travesty and suggested she was paid off by gamblers.

Everyone in the arena was shocked by C.J.'s call ... including Floyd Mayweather who mouthed the words, "What the f***" when the announcer revealed he won on a majority decision and not unanimous.

But it's clear the judge doesn't care ... in her mind it was a draw.

Tags: Floyd Mayweather Jr. , Saul Alvarez , Mayweather-Canelo , Mayweather vs Canelo


 

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comment by keepemup, on 09-18-2013
I like what Canelo did in the midway in the 12th round. With Floyd content to just dance around the ring, Canelo stopped following him. I think that whoever fights him next should do the same thing. If you're coming forward and all he does is move side to side, don't waste your energy. Stand ...

comment by keepemup, on 09-18-2013
[QUOTE=PACnPBFsuck]Do you think De La Hoya won the fight against Floyd??[/QUOTE] I don't think DeLaHoya won but two rounds in that fight. He got seriously beaten up all over the ring. I don't think he actually landed any meaningful shots except that last wild haymaker in the 12th with abou...

comment by FromBA, on 09-17-2013
Years ago (someone here could give more precision) some people said a key criterion for judging was that, all other things being equal, the fighter that goes forward wins the round. This criterion seems to have disappeared at some point but I think it helped to make boxing more exciting. Given th...

comment by Rome-By-Ko, on 09-17-2013
[QUOTE=Money_May]:lol1: sh1t judge ay?[/QUOTE] Blind seems to be more correct tbh,the Mayweather fight was far from a draw..

comment by Money_May, on 09-17-2013
[QUOTE=bojangles1987]I wonder how many people realize what Rome did here. :lol1:[/QUOTE] :rofl: I realised immediately which is why I asked him she's a sh1t judge :lol1:

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