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Video: Spadafora's Trainer Talks Loss, The Future, More

Bill Emes catches up with Tom Yankello, trainer for former champion Paul Spadafora, to discuss his fighter's first career loss to Johan Perez in West Virginia. Yankello details his thoughts on the twelve round majority decision, the cut Spadafora suffered early in the fight and the wide scorecard by one judge in favor of Perez.
User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by CityO_ChampYINZ on 12-04-2013

Y do u people hate on other people so bad.. There is really a good comment about Paul.. I don't care if he "didn't fight anyone" as you people call it.. It's PRO BOXING!!!!.. He beat 48 "PRO" fighters ..…

Comment by dan_cov on 12-02-2013

Was only a matter of time before one of these bums showed him up.

Comment by JamesEarl on 12-02-2013

Any misfit low life who shoots a pregnant girl is no good.

Comment by Corelone on 12-01-2013

Boxing is a young man's sport and most guys that make it big, only have a short time at the top. That's why you can't spend a lot of time sitting in jail. Paul did a stupid, wicked thing, and…

Comment by raf727 on 12-01-2013

Tom is an awesome trainer, his father too. Runs a great gym.

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