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Old 03-27-2012, 02:21 PM   #9
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Default Re: Would Tyrone Everett have been great if he didn't die?

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Originally Posted by salsanchezfan View Post
I scored it 12-3 in favor of Everett. And the rounds weren't close either......it wasn't like you could make any serious case for Escalera. Easily the most disgraceful decision I've ever seen. The fix was in for sure. No one is THAT bad a judge.
sasla,,,

The fix was in,,,,,,,,is an understatement,,,,,,,,,,,it was a 'Super Fix'

See, Lou Tress (Boxing Judge from Philadelphia)
A Philadelphia resident,,,,,scored it 145-143 (7-5-3) Alfredo Escalara

Everyone in Philly knew Lou Tress was bought for that fight.
He screwed his own hometown fighter.........

The shocking thing about his scorecard. Lou Tress was regarded
as a 'Homer', always giving the Philly fighters the close rounds.

He went completely against his previous history.

Insiders say he got a retirement gift from the WBC officials
and the Philly/Puerto Rican connection.

The 71 year-old Lou Tress had been judging fights since 1935.

The guy never judged a boxing match again.

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