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 Last update:  7/14/2011       Read more by Lem Satterfield         
   
Williams-Lara: Three Judges Worked Heavy on Fight Night
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By Lem Satterfield

The the three judges for Saturday night's controversial majority decision by Paul Williams over fellow southpaw Erislandy Lara worked five of the seven bouts that took place prior to their participation in Williams-Lara main event.

The trio also worked the swing bout following the main event, according to an official list obtained by BoxingScene.com from the New Jersey State Athletic Control Board.

Could fatigue have been a factor?

Below is a listing of the fights that they are known to have judged, and the order of the nine bouts on the card.

John Lennox TKO 4 Donnie Crawford --  Hilton Whitaker, Al Bennett, Don Givens

Brandon Quarles SD 4 Corey Preston -- Hilton Whitaker, Al Bennett, Don Givens

Thomas Lamanna TKO 1 Reggie Jenkins -- Hilton Whitaker, Al Bennett, Don Givens

Denis Douglin UD 6 Philip McCants -- Hilton Whitaker, Al Bennett, Don Givens

Jhonny Gonzalez TKO 4 Tomas Villa --  Julie Lederman, Alan Rubenstein, John McKaie

Chris Arreola UD 12 -- Hilton Whitaker, Al Bennett, Don Givens

Rico Ramos KO 7 -- Barbara Perez, George Hill, John Stewart

Paul Williams MD 12 Erislandy Lara  -- Hilton Whitaker, Al Bennett, Don Givens

Cornelius White -- Dhafir Smith -- Hilton Whitaker, Al Bennett, Don Givens

Tags: Erislandy Lara , Paul Williams , Williams-Lara , Williams vs Lara



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comment by CubanGuyNYC, on 07-15-2011
[QUOTE=Medved]http://i55.tinypic.com/j5wikk.jpg[/QUOTE] Aside from the fact that these so-called judges botched (intentionally?) the scoring of the Lara-Williams fight, I'm further amazed by the way they saw the second half of the bout. As Harold Lederman has said, anyone can miss a round, but...

comment by 15 Rounds, on 07-15-2011
Agree :bsflag: and i also heard they got suspended :bs2: ur kidding they shouldve got fired! Paul Williams he has 2 more fights but i only see 1 more in him either against Lara or Martinez sad cuz Paul Williams used to be me one of my favorites... Good luck to you PW!

comment by Zocalo, on 07-14-2011
Yeah... you know it is harder to see punches landed later on at night... Pathetic... they should call it a ND, and never let them ref another meaningful fight ever again.

comment by JonoYoungP4P, on 07-14-2011
thats bs , lara easy won

comment by King Ju-Ju, on 07-14-2011
so? williams got whooped so bad that there isnt an excuse that can save those judge asses. u can argue that thru 9rds, lara won eight of them. i had it like that, so did bob papa and ledderman had it 7-2. how tired could those judges have been to not see what was going on????

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