Josh Taylor vs Jack Catterall: British Boxing Board of Control reaction to judge’s scorecard ‘nonsense and disappointing’ says Jamie Moore

By Daily Sports Nigeria on March 11, 2022

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Jack Catterall's trainer Jamie Moore on the BBBofC reaction to fight with Josh Taylor: "They say that they don't disagree with his scoring because it didn't affect the decision which is nonsense because it was a split decision."

Jack Catterall’s trainer Jamie Moore has hit out at the British Boxing Board of Control’s reaction to the controversial fight with Josh Taylor, describing its decision to downgrade a judge as “not good enough”.

Ian John-Lewis has been demoted "from an A Star Class to an A Class Official" after the Board found an issue "with his margin" of a scorecard which was 114-111 in Taylor's favour.

Undisputed super-lightweight champion Taylor won a split decision against Catterall.

Source Sky Sports

Posted March 11, 2022


 

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