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  • Boxing_1013
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    Originally posted by !! Anorak View Post
    I think the funniest card I ever saw was when they flew a Fat Yank judge over to judge a small British fight between two lighter weight, lower level boxers.

    The judge didn't know either of them, so got them mixed up, and scored it a shut out for the wrong guy.

    This was, ISTR, last year or something?
    Lol yeah I imagine that has happened a few times before...very funny

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  • !! Anorak
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    Originally posted by Boxing_1013 View Post
    I think reasonable people can differ at times about a scorecard, or a ref's performance in a fight.

    There are also clearly obvious bad cards in fights, which makes it pretty clear there is corruption...this makes it seem like some bad cards may be corrupt, when it is possible the guy had a bad night or just saw something different.

    To me, in all my years of watching boxing...95% of fights have one clear winner...fights are just not that hard to score...and when you see terrible cards all the time, it is really bad for the sport.
    I think the funniest card I ever saw was when they flew a Fat Yank judge over to judge a small British fight between two lighter weight, lower level boxers.

    The judge didn't know either of them, so got them mixed up, and scored it a shut out for the wrong guy.

    This was, ISTR, last year or something?

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  • !! Anorak
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    Ah, right, when we talk about "the 9", we're just referring to the poll in this thread.

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  • Boxing_1013
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    Originally posted by Marchegiano View Post
    I'll be honest with you, most the time I run into one of youse I end thinking y'all're bullheaded and lack the ability to compromise.


    Clear itself is subjective.
    Man no offense, is English your first language?

    And yeah...5% of the time, a fight can be debatable...if I score a fight 8-4, I could usually see 7-5 or maybe even 6-6...reasonable people should not differ by 6 rounds or something in scoring a fight.

    Byrd had it 10-2 for God's sake for Canelo in fight 1 man...that says it all doesn't it

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  • Marchegiano
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    Originally posted by Boxing_1013 View Post
    I think reasonable people can differ at times about a scorecard, or a ref's performance in a fight.

    There are also clearly obvious bad cards in fights, which makes it pretty clear there is corruption...this makes it seem like some bad cards may be corrupt, when it is possible the guy had a bad night or just saw something different.

    To me, in all my years of watching boxing...95% of fights have one clear winner...fights are just not that hard to score...and when you see terrible cards all the time, it is really bad for the sport.
    I'll be honest with you, most the time I run into one of youse I end thinking y'all're bullheaded and lack the ability to compromise.


    Clear itself is subjective.

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  • Boxing_1013
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    Originally posted by Marchegiano View Post
    I don't always agree with the ref or judges but you will never find me whining about it no.....so if it's spin it's dedicated and planned spin from 2010 to now

    What's the point and how is it any different then guys watching an action film saying "if I was there". You're not, dudes like Bayless is.

    When Bayless reff'd Money-Maidana people cried because he didn't let Maidana work close like Weeks did.

    Bayless works Fury-Wilder, people are crying about his breaking up interior work.

    Seems like when the ref is Bayless you should expect him to break clinches and crying about him having broken too many clinches just makes you a megalomaniac who can't handle seeing things from Kenny's perspective.


    It's like that. I favor punchers, I understand why every judge who ever scored for Mayweather did so though....not worth *****ing about.
    I think reasonable people can differ at times about a scorecard, or a ref's performance in a fight.

    There are also clearly obvious bad cards in fights, which makes it pretty clear there is corruption...this makes it seem like some bad cards may be corrupt, when it is possible the guy had a bad night or just saw something different.

    To me, in all my years of watching boxing...95% of fights have one clear winner...fights are just not that hard to score...and when you see terrible cards all the time, it is really bad for the sport.

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  • REDEEMER
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    Originally posted by Deontay Wilder View Post
    23 people voted for Fury by T/KO in the poll. But I'll say LoadedWraps probably deserves the most credit. He was talking about Fury being more aggressive in the rematch only a few weeks after the first fight. And that was over a year ago, when a lot of people were doubting Fury.
    There were dozens of polls , I found a post I put up awhile back which actually is closer then to my 9th round prediction..

    “ People have very short term memories , Fury had Wilder stunned in round 4 or 5 ,going for a quick knockout doesn’t hurt him it’s an advantage for a guy vs one who needs to wait for an opening which is mostly after mid rounds . Fury will stop Wilder but it will be around the mid rounds .”


    Round 7 was the stoppage correct ? I don’t understand people’s mentality on here sometimes . Ha I mean I could copy and paste the same thing on everyone’s threads but it’s kind of lame .

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  • Marchegiano
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    Originally posted by Boxing_1013 View Post
    Eh idk man...sounds like some spin...I'm sure only about 3 people will see this thread lol, but I'll let them decide.

    Also, are you saying that you've never really seen bad reffing or judging yourself?
    I don't always agree with the ref or judges but you will never find me whining about it no.....so if it's spin it's dedicated and planned spin from 2010 to now

    What's the point and how is it any different then guys watching an action film saying "if I was there". You're not, dudes like Bayless is.

    When Bayless reff'd Money-Maidana people cried because he didn't let Maidana work close like Weeks did.

    Bayless works Fury-Wilder, people are crying about his breaking up interior work.

    Seems like when the ref is Bayless you should expect him to break clinches and crying about him having broken too many clinches just makes you a megalomaniac who can't handle seeing things from Kenny's perspective.


    It's like that. I favor punchers, I understand why every judge who ever scored for Mayweather did so though....not worth *****ing about.

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  • Boxing_1013
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    Originally posted by Marchegiano View Post
    I reckon bull****, ****ery, or some such similar should be a poll option. A catch-all for things like bad reffing or bad judging and so on.
    Originally posted by Marchegiano View Post
    No you're just projecting.

    I'm saying it should be an available opinion because loads of people express it....dumbass.

    The fact that I don't myself cry about scorecards or refs and still advocate those who does should be given equal platform says plenty about me but none of what you're implying....dick.
    Eh idk man...sounds like some spin...I'm sure only about 3 people will see this thread lol, but I'll let them decide.

    Also, are you saying that you've never really seen bad reffing or judging yourself?

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  • Marchegiano
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    Originally posted by Boxing_1013 View Post
    Huh...I've seen you say before that bad cards are just judges seeing different things lol...now you're saying judges actually give bad cards? Wow
    No you're just projecting.

    I'm saying it should be an available opinion because loads of people express it....dumbass.

    The fact that I don't myself cry about scorecards or refs and still advocate those who does should be given equal platform says plenty about me but none of what you're implying....dick.

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