Discussion in 'World Boxing Forum' started by CST80, Jul 23, 2022.
I don't have a problem with that, but I also don't have a problem with Gonzalez getting it.
Exactly. It's a close fight that could have gone either way.
Oh come on. There were lots of very close rounds. It was a close fight and the split decision was fair.
Strange.... his last three matches "could've gone either way".... yet he inexplicably won all three.
This post fight interview has me wanting the decision reversed
So, is Dogboe legitimately going to fight Rey Vargas next even though he's with PBC or end up fighting Robeisy Ramirez.. Navarrete trilogy?
Can't argue with the decision. This was a close fight that could have gone either way.
Gonzalez had the momentum on his side and he didn't close the show strong. The championship rounds were close and I can see Dogboe edging both rounds.
Hey, maybe he got really really lucky!
...to catch Bob Arum in a scandalous situation with his phone recording.
No... **** that, Adam Lopez beat the living **** out of him for the last 6 rounds of their fight, Diaz easily outboxed him, and Joet outworked him by a hair, and this goddamn fidget has walked away with not one, but three questionable decisions. It's beyond disgusting at this point, but sadly since most of his fights have been on teh undercards of matches no one has seen, it's slid under the radar.
Look, I had it a draw, and wouldn't argue with either guy getting it. But Gonzalez can **** off, then keep ****ing off, and when he gets there, **** off some more with his "I thought I won the fight; he didn't land anything, blah-blah-blah." If he hadn't taken round 9 off, he would have had Dogboe.
It was competitive. I guess. I thought Joet was winning. The bookies had him an outrageous live favorite. So they thought the same. Joet took his foot off gas late. Cost him.
No, if he hadn't taken round 9 off, which arguably he won, it would've still been a majority draw.
That's the way it is sometime man, some fighters just have a tendency to be in close, debatable decisions.
And oddly enough the A-SIDE always win said debatable decisions.
And then I'd be on the warpath with you, beating the drum of Justice for Joet.