Has there ever been cases where the winner of the bout "is koed" after the fight?

Discussion in 'Classic Boxing Forum' started by drronnie, Nov 18, 2019.

  1. drronnie

    drronnie Member Full Member

    Oct 8, 2019
    I saw a Muay Thai fight recently where the winner by decision collapsed shortly and feel was ko after he was proclaimed winner. Apparrently he reeived a barrage of hits in the last round however managed to stay on his feet.
  2. mark ant

    mark ant Obsessed with Boxing Full Member

    May 4, 2017
    I saw a bout on youtube where as the ref lifted the guy`s hand who had won the decision, the other boxer floored him with a shot, but I don`t know if he passed out, I feel Bowe would have done that to Lewis because he hit Donald at a presser and was ready to fight Lewis ringside at the Holy match, he was less scared of Lewis outside the ring than in it.
  3. drronnie

    drronnie Member Full Member

    Oct 8, 2019
    That was the Butler vs Grant fight but that was due to Butler sucker punching Grant.
  4. mark ant

    mark ant Obsessed with Boxing Full Member

    May 4, 2017
    Yes it was a sucker punch with an ungloved hand.
  5. mark ant

    mark ant Obsessed with Boxing Full Member

    May 4, 2017
    I just read in the comments under this vid that the idiot who threw the sucker punch eventually got jailed for murder!
  6. escudo

    escudo Boxing Addict Full Member

    May 13, 2014
    Killed Max Kellerman's brother. They were roommates at one point.
  7. sweetsci

    sweetsci Well-Known Member Full Member

    Jan 22, 2008
    Ingemar Johanson vs. Brian London.
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  8. jowcol

    jowcol Boxing Addict Full Member

    Jul 22, 2004
    With all due respect to London, he was a professional fighter and gave his all!
    Ingo, in his prime, was not a great HW but had many more tools than Brian.
    In their primes Johanson would have destroyed London.
    Post Patterson, Ingo's attempt at a comeback wasn't going to happen; he was 'shot' mentally and his previous skills were heading south quickly.
    London never impressed me in any of his fights I saw; slow, stiff, and non-contender worthy against top fighters.
    Ingo had his, deserved moments, Cooper, Machen, Patterson and a right hand that Brian could only dream of having....
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  9. TBooze

    TBooze Obsessed with Boxing Full Member

    Oct 22, 2006
    I give you:

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  10. KO KIDD

    KO KIDD Obsessed with Boxing Full Member

    Oct 5, 2009
    Roper getting flattened by Shabazz after beating Conklin
  11. Richard M Murrieta

    Richard M Murrieta Boxing Junkie Full Member

    Jul 16, 2019
    I remember when Marlon Starling was kayoed after the bell rang by Tomas Molinares, in 1988.
  12. klompton2

    klompton2 Boxing Junkie Full Member

    Feb 10, 2013
    For years Philadelphia Jack O’Brien told a humorous story whereby he easily outboxed Stanley Ketchel for 10 rounds only to be knocked out in the final seconds of the bout. The bell rang with O’Briens head “resting comfortably and quietly in the resin box” saving him from a knockout (and a loss). Newspaper accounts picked Ketchel as the clear winner of the fight despite the knockdown and O’Briens story but for years that was the accepted version of events.
  13. The Undefeated Lachbuster

    The Undefeated Lachbuster Handing SHW supremacists Ls Full Member

    Jul 18, 2018
    I'm surprised everyone isn't pointing out the obvious one, that being Ali vs Frazier 3
  14. 88Chris05

    88Chris05 Active Member Full Member

    Aug 20, 2013
    Luis Santana was declared the winner and new WBC Light-Middleweight champion while he was being carried out on a stretcher after his first fight against Terry Norris (rabbit punch DQ). Think he might still have been on the deck when he was declared the winner of their second fight, too (another DQ for Norris, this time for hitting after the bell).
  15. Saad54

    Saad54 Boxing Junkie Full Member

    Dec 10, 2014
    Yep. Saw this live on ESPN. Ref. Paul Venti, who was getting long in the tooth, jumped in too early and as he was sopping the fight in favor of Meekins, Kawoya launched a hook that KOd Meekins. The call in favor of Meekins stood. The reasoning was that the ref was in the process of stopping it when the punch was thrown. Obviously, Kawoya was quite unlucky as Venti's judgment was clearly poor.