Twelve tears is a pretty long era. Most didn't think Godoy had won. "Louis won sloppily against a bruising, mauling and rushing fighter who knew no fear or retreat." The New York Times The only rounds in which the three agreed were the 3rd, 8th (both to Godoy) and the 14th (Louis). Lecron had it 10-4-1 in rounds for Louis. Godoy thought he was entitled to a draw but the New York Times reported the decision as "eminently fair" - its reporter giving it 10-5 to Louis, stating that other reporters had a similar result." Have you seen the complete version of the first Louis v Walcott fight ? I ask because I don't believe there is anyone living who has and, if you haven't ,I don't see how, just forming your opinion from highlights ,you can call it a robbery.