Thursday, December 08, 2022  |

Dougie’s Friday Mailbag (improving the scoring system, accepting losses)

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12
Feb

Dougie’s Friday Mailbag (improving the scoring system, accepting losses)

TIME FOR A NEW POINTS/JUDGING SYSTEM? Doug, I hope that you're doing well and staying healthy. Thank you for the fantastic mailbag...

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19
Dec

Lomachenko sullies himself saying he lost to Teofimo because judges corrupted

Whatever happened to taking a loss like a boss? The buck stops, where, now, I found myself thinking as on Thursday...

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23
Mar

Are Las Vegas boxing judges the new ‘Money Team’?

A story alleging that judges in the first Canelo Alvarez-Gennady Golovkin match were paid an obscene amount of money has recently resurfaced, to much dismay.

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29
Sep

Dougie’s Friday mailbag (potential fights, mythical matchups, judging the judges)

BOXING WISH LIST Hi Doug, Around this time last year, I shared a list of 5 fights I wanted to see most...

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03
Jul

Dougie’s Monday mailbag

Fans share their thoughts (mostly disgust) on Jeff Horn’s controversial upset decision over Manny Pacquiao in this week’s Monday mailbag.

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22
Jan

Dougie’s Monday mailbag

Fans share thoughts on the Frampton-Santa Cruz rematch, Chris Eubank Jr., Eddie Mustafa Muhammad, Eddie Hearn and Luis Ortiz, and more.

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28
Nov

Dougie’s Monday mailbag

Fans share their enthusiasm for Vasyl Lomachenko’s superb performance against Nicholas Walters and much more in today’s mailbag.

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14
Dec

Poor judging mars entertaining Tim Bradley-Diego Chaves card

On a night that featured not one, but two controversial decisions, boxing once again finds itself mired in a fog of doubt. Tim Bradley-Diego Chaves and Mauricio Herrera-Jose Benavidez both ended with scorecards of the dubious variety.

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04
Aug

Brandon Rios-Diego Chaves, Jessie Vargas-Anton Novikov scores

Observers were split by their opinions of who was winning Brandon Rios-Diego Chaves at the time of the DQ, but all agreed that the Las Vegas judges’ scores for Jessie Vargas-Anton Novikov didn’t reflect reality.

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01
Oct

Lampley discusses Chavez-Vera, bad scoring

HBO commentator Jim Lampley says the Julio Cesar Chavez Jr.-Bryan Vera fight was a close contest but Vera “controlled the flow of the fight,” adding “98-92 is way off base. It just wasn’t that kind of a fight; 97-93 doesn’t seem right to me either.”

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