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Photo: Adamek-Cunningham II Controversial Scoring

By Luke Furman

There were two scoring mishaps this evening at the sold out Sands Casino Resort in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. The first time around, Tomasz Adamek (48-2, 29 KOs) and Steve “USS” Cunningham (25-5, 12 KOs) were announced to have fought to a draw by legendary announce Michael Buffer. A moment later Buffer announced that a score of 115-115 was actually 115-112 in favor of Adamek, which made the Polish star the winner by split decision. Later it was revealed that another scoring mishap had taken place when it was disclosed that 115-112 was actually 115-113 for Adamek. The other judges had it 115-113 Cunningham and 116-112 for Adamek. A lot of oberservers saw Cunningham as the winner.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Mr. Philadel on 12-23-2012

how do you score the 12th round for Adamek?!?...smh

Comment by M4RK on 12-23-2012

How the fack does 103 + 10 = 112... Really, i mean come on! If you are going to correct something at least dont do it wrong!

Comment by Check_hooks on 12-23-2012

This was easily the worst year for boxing judges in recent memory.

Comment by MarcianoFan on 12-23-2012

[QUOTE=Rajon34;12847108]Only in America do the home fighters get robbed[/QUOTE] I saw Ukranian prospect Stas Kashtanov get robbed against Hungarian Karoly Balzsay in the Ukraine. There's a post showing up on the story's comment list about the commission not caring that…

Comment by MJ223 on 12-22-2012

[B]This bout wasn't difficult to score imo......[/B]

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