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Photo: Dawson's Badly Injured Calf From Trout Loss

By Michael Krosnov

After three rounds of action last Friday night in California, the smell of an upset was in the air. Daniel Dawson (40-4-1, 26KOs) of Australia had dropped former champion Austin Trout (27-2), twice, and seemed to be on his way to an upset win. But then Trout started fighting back strong, and Dawson badly injured his calf muscle in the fifth round. He initially tore it in the fifth round and from that point forward he was a one-legged fighter. Trout scored his own knockdown in the eight and piled up the points to win a ten round unanimous decision. Dawson has vowed to come back stronger in the next fight.

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by DoktorSleepless on 08-30-2014

****, man. Trout couldn't even take out a one legged fighter.

Comment by bigjavi973 on 08-30-2014

[QUOTE=sbbigmike;14898132]His stock goes up and Trout's bum azz goes down significantly It takes a real G to stand up to that beating he took in the 2nd half of the fight with one leg; had I been him I would…

Comment by Luilun on 08-30-2014

Maybe Bradley should have showed Pictures like this rather than sitting in a wheel chair in claiming he injured his ankle against Pacquaio

Comment by sbbigmike on 08-30-2014

[QUOTE=Lou Cipher;14898121]That's just where blood drained down. Absolutely brutal[/QUOTE] His stock goes up and Trout's bum azz goes down significantly It takes a real G to stand up to that beating he took in the 2nd half of the fight…

Comment by Lou Cipher on 08-30-2014

[QUOTE=nycsmooth;14897972]looks more like a foot or ankle injury...[/QUOTE] That's just where blood drained down. Absolutely brutal

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