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 Last update:  5/16/2013       Read more by Miguel Rivera         
   
Nacho Beristain Rips The Judges of McDonnell-Ceja Clash
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By Miguel Rivera

Trainer Nacho Beristain is very upset over Julio Ceja (24-1, 22KOs) twelve round majority decision loss to Jamie McDonnell (21-2-1, 9KOs) from last Saturday night at the Keepmoat Stadium in Doncaster. McDonnell picked up the vacant IBF bantamweight title with scores of 118-110 and 115-113. The third judge scored it 114-114.

"We knew that the English judge was going to go out there and do something like that, but the Mexican judge was afraid of losing his work [in the UK] and he allowed himself to be manipulated. I am sure that if this fight was held in any part of the world - Julio would have won," Nacho said.

Tags: Jamie McDonnell , Julio Ceja


 

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comment by Corelone, on 05-16-2013
Nacho doesn't get it. When you fight a guy in his home town, you have to steamroll him to get a split decision. Scotland, Mexico, Germany, everywhere. Nacho should be glad his guy didn't leave town with serious health issues and if he deserves all this indignation, he'll recover. I don't think Ce...

comment by ottocon860, on 05-16-2013
McDonnell won the fight. Was not impressed by Ceja. Looked smaller and slower all fight.

comment by HeroBando, on 05-16-2013
[QUOTE=Wolfie17]The 118-110 card was ridiculous but the 114-114 was unfair as well imo, so fair decision. There were a lot of close, competitive rounds but McDonnell clearly got the better of them.[/QUOTE] There was some really sketchy scoring on the UK undercards that day (Choi, Hall Perales)...

comment by Cobra_, on 05-16-2013
This idiot should STFU because McDonnell won that fight no questions asked. 116-112 I had it.

comment by Wolfie17, on 05-16-2013
The 118-110 card was ridiculous but the 114-114 was unfair as well imo, so fair decision. There were a lot of close, competitive rounds but McDonnell clearly got the better of them.

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