Looking for a good club-fight and found this and found it most interesting. This was a tuneup for Davis as he was already signed for his world title shot at Mark Breland in 2 months time. Aaron Davis v Curtis Summit Round 1: 10-10 Even Round 2: 10-9 Summit Round 3: 10-9 Summit Round 4: 10-9 Davis Round 5: 10-9 Summit Round 6: 10-9 Summit Round 7: 10-9 Davis Round 8: 10-9 Davis Round 9: 10-10 Even Round 10: 10-10 Even Total: 97-96 Summit (actual scores: 97-96, 97-91 and 98-92 all for Davis) IMO, only judge Wayne Rosen's 97-96 ballot for Davis made any sense. When a bout is taking place in New York with a world title fight between 2 New Yorkers already signed, the visiting fighter is really facing a stacked deck. Davis clearly took Summit lightly, allowing him to push him around, and almost paid for it. Possibly would have if the judges were doing their job. Summit had lost 3 out of his last 4 and looked safe on paper, but didn't fight safe. Gil Clancy and a ringside reporter also had Summit winning. A gruelling fight, not a great one. More of a decent contest.