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Old 08-06-2014, 06:27 AM   #1
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Default Robbed from the win

Come on , let speak honest

Most times in the away corner if you don't put the opponent to sleep you've lost the fight ,this shouldn't happen as much as it does
Win or loss dosn't matter to me ,its the life experiences that makes a better person,

What bad decision have you had ,or admit to losing a fight you know you lost
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Old 08-06-2014, 02:31 PM   #2
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I had one fight where the opponents trainer was the vice president and the ref was the president. He was a local kid. The kid hit me after the break. I looked at the ref and he did nothing. The kid even stopped and didn't punch. He rushed in at me and I dropped him with an uppercut. I think his feet squared up so it was easier to knock him off balance so he wasn't that hurt but he got up after a few seconds and the ref called it a slip. It was somewhat of a flash knockdown but you don't rush forward and then fall backwards. Then in the final round I felt I was up and the ref DQ'd me for holding without a point deduction. He was shorter than me and was putting his head in my chest in a small ring and I was getting tired in the last round. Aren't the refs supposed to deduct a couple points before moving into a DQ? I don't know.
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