By Bill "Two Scoops" Emes
Heavyweight contender Malik Scott (35-0-1, 12KOs) is furious with the outcome of Saturday's ten round draw with Vyacheslav "Czar" Glazkov (14-0-1, 8KOs) at the Paramount Theatre in Huntington, New York. The decision was an unpopular one with the local fans and the NBC Sports broadcasters, who scored a clear victory for Scott. He believes he was robbed because the fight took place on a Main Events card, who promote Glazkov.
"Hands down, it was a flat out robbery. We know where we're at. We know who's the promoters. We won the fight easy. I did everything that I wanted to do. My jab was like music. My movement was like music. It was a flat out robbery. I was supposed to stop this kid out so I guess they did what they were supposed to do. He had 300 amateur fights and nobody wants to fight this kid. Why not?," Scott told BoxingScene.com and other media.
"I'm yelling rematch, [my manager] is yelling f*** a rematch. The only fights I'm interesting is is Vitali or Wladimir. This sh*t is ludicrous because we worked too hard. Look at my face, I'm pretty. Look at his face, I tattooed that kid all night. I thought he had deceiving speed but nothing close to mine. He's slow, he's plodding. He lost the fight. I come from the class of boxing Lennox Lewis, who tried to kill me every day. I come from the class of boxing Maurice Harris. I don't have easy sparring. This kid is not even better than my lowest sparring partner. He's okay, he's cute with the Olympian background but he can't f*** with me. Guys like that, that nobody wants to fight -just feed them to the king and I'll f***king school them just like that."