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Timothy Bradley-Nate Campbell Decision Overturned

By Rick Reeno

BoxingScene.com was advised that the California State Athletic Commission overturned Nate Campbell's third round technical knockout loss to Timothy Bradley. The result has been changed to a no-contest. The fight, held on August 1 at the Agua Caliente Casino in Rancho Mirage, California, was stopped at the end of the third round after Campbell was unable to see due to a serious cut above his left eye.

The cut was caused by a cut but the ref, David Mendoza, failed to rule it as such. After the fight, a replay showed that Campbell's cut was opened up by a clash of heads. Mendoza tried to claim that it was Bradley's punches after the clash of heads that opened up the cut.

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by ABOSWORTH on 08-25-2009

The cut was caused by a cut but the ref didn't see it. :lol1: That struck me as funny.

Comment by krispy kreme on 08-25-2009

Let's see a rematch now.

Comment by JM1 on 08-25-2009

damn. 50k bet returned to xxjace because of this :lol1:

Comment by rskumm21 on 08-25-2009

Good. But what really need to get overturned is that Bullshit decision from the from the fight on Saturday night, or ban some of those blind-ass, corrupt-ass judges.

Comment by wengz2002 on 08-25-2009

This is where Instant Replay plays a vital role in future fights! :boxing:

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