Your recollections of the fight are spot on, D. It wasn’t a hard one to score because each fighter won their rounds clearly. Two of the three judges had identical totals (114-113) and RBRs and I scored it the exact same way as them. But, yes, Provodnikov hurt Bradley whenever he threw but didn’t throw enough and followed him around the ring without any consistent output. It was only when Bradley elected to (unwisely) trade that Provodnikov had success. I think if they’d fought again, I’m sure Bradley would have boxed more and probably won by wider. I do think Bradley should have been called for a KD in the first, though. The ref waved it away as a slip but Bradley did not have his legs under him from a punch and the ref should have realised that. Had he called it, the fight would have likely been a majority draw.