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Photo: Kell Brook-Shawn Porter Official Scorecards

StubHub Center, Carson, California - British boxer Kell Brook (33-0, 22KOs) has now fulfilled his potential with a twelve round majority decision to capture the IBF welterweight championship from Shawn Porter (24-1-1, 15KOs), who suffered the first loss of his pro career.. The scores were 114-114, 117-111 and 116-112 for Brook.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by bopbopbbe on 08-17-2014

117-111 isnt that bad of a score card. Neither is 114-114. The fight was pretty close but Brook definitely landed the cleaner punches throughout.

Comment by teddycanyon on 08-17-2014

Porter won rounds 4,6, 10, and possibly 12. Brook won all the rest.

Comment by nycsmooth on 08-17-2014

Paris best stay in UK, this bout was far from a draw...he's known 4 more than several controversial calls over there...IMO DeLuca's score card was most accurate...

Comment by toshmurph on 08-17-2014

I had Porter winning by two rounds! That 117-111 score was appealing, Max De Luca needs to be thrown out of boxing

Comment by dan_cov on 08-17-2014

[QUOTE=lutenco;14863792]Max De Luca...disgrace his card! Anyway two judges gave the first round to BROOK,damn we are watching horrible decisions in 2014![/QUOTE] Would have to watch it back but Brook did land the best punch of the round and clearly hurt…

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