We've all had our say when we see a bad decision, but how about biased reporting? One can assume you get the gist of how a bout played out by reading a fight report. But how about when it just doesn't match up when you actually see it. Here are 3 examples Vicente Saldivar v Ismael Laguna When I read about this on boxrec, I saw that they have two reports on the fight. One from a UPI correspondent and one from the Los Angeles Times. I know it was a unanimous decision for Saldivar but I don't know the scores. The UPI unofficially scored it 5-4-1 for Saldivar, but the L.A. Times screamed robbery. I will admit that I originally leaned towards the Times version figuring the UPI's was a Mexican correspondent who was leaning towards Saldivar. And then the video appeared on youtube. Well, I scored the fight 5-4-1 for Laguna in a fight that I felt was razor close. I saw nothing wrong with the UPI's score in a fight this close, but the Times would have you believe the judges wore masks with guns. Jose Napoles v Armando Muniz I When I first read about the fight, it was in Ring Magazine from a Mexican correspondent. Man, they downplayed everything Muniz did. Even almost ridiculing him saying he was an unworthy opponent. You'd swear by the report he did nothing but head-butt Napoles throughout the fight. Then they went into Napoles history. I saw the fight on the eve of their rematch and nothing they reported on reflected what happened in the ring. The butts were early in the fight and they had both come in on one another in infighting. Muniz too was cut. But once he started jabbing around the 9th which ripped open the cuts it took on a different light. Muniz almost had him at the end of the 10th, but it was not reported in the Ring's report. Nor were the blatant low-blows (I counted 9 full-blooded shots to the nads with the referee just watching). How do you simply omit this from your report? This fight was a heist, yet, if you believe the Ring report... Angel Espada v Clyde Gray I always assumed this fight was on the level. Of course I was reading the Ring's Puerto Rican correspondent's version. Finally, the video appeared recently and I watched and scored. I was not expecting anything different. Round after round I was waiting expecting Espada to explode at any minute. And I kept waiting. The last couple of rounds Espada was hanging onto Cray like he was at death's door and I ended up scoring it 144-142 for Gray. I was sitting there saying 'Wait a minute! What just happened?' One judge actually had it 148-134 for Espada. What was that? It looks like 16 rounds to 2. The report was nothing close to what actually happened in this fight. Once again, trust your baby-blues. Any other good examples of BS reporting?