The World Boxing Council sees nothing wrong with the scoring outcome to last Saturday's fight between WBC heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder and challenger Tyson Fury.
After twelve rounds of action, the contest ended in a twelve round split draw at the Staples Center in Los Angeles - with scores of 115-111 for Wilder, 114-112 for Fury and 113-113 for the draw.
In the aftermath, fans on both sides have complained of a robbery.
But the WBC, through an official statement, is fully backing the verdict.
"The heavyweight fight between Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fury resulted in a sensational and dramatic heavyweight match and the end result could not be more just with a draw by the three scoring judges," the WBC stated.
"Even though the draw, or the difference between one judge to another, has created some negative comments in social media, the WBC is proud of both champion Wilder and challenger Fury, as well as the ring officials who worked this event.
"All three judges are honorable members of the boxing community with unquestionable integrity and honorability. Wilder and Fury fought like warriors inside the ring, but at the end gave everybody a lesson of humility. We are extremely proud for their behavior and sportsmanship.
"Wilder won, Fury win, boxing won. Boxing is a sport which is scored with objectivity. There are no goals, no runs, no baskets; it is the judges determination round by round to come up with the final score at the end of the fight.
"This fight had two knockdowns, which certainly made the difference which allowed Deontay Wilder to defend his title successfully. The WBC must recognize the California State Athletic Commission for their dedication and unquestionable leadership in boxing. I must praise the CSAC for working to find a neutral panel of officials with the consideration of having a fighter from the United States of America and a fighter from the United Kingdom.
"We must also recognize the importance of the CSAC to have instant replay available for this very important fight. even though it was not necessary the instant replay protocol was in place and ready to be used had it been necessary. The WBC will continue to work with all jurisdictions to try to find agreements to make our sport better.
"We will continue fight after fight to propose the use of open scoring after the 4th and 8th rounds because only the USA and the UK do not allow this practice, which has brought great results all over the world as it brings transparency to the sport and allows the fighters and their corners to be aware of what is being scored in order to adjust during the fight."