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Breaking Down The Score Cards from GGG vs Canelo

By now, it has had some time to sink in, but fight fans all over the world are still puzzled at the score cards from the GGG vs Canelo Alvarez from last night.  While 99 out of 100 people who saw the fight will clearly explain to you why GGG won the fight hands down, there is always that one person who see’s it different.

This time around, it was 2 of 3 people who saw it different, and sadly for GGG, those two people were the judges of his fight.  So what were they thinking exactly?  Let’s take a look at the score cards below.

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While all 3 judges concur that Alvarez rallied late, to win the last 3 rounds, there isn’t much else agreed on.  Perhaps the most extreme case of puzzling scores comes from the lovely Adalaide Byrd who gave rounds 5,6, 8,9 to Canelo while the other two did not.  Meanwhile, the one round she does give to GGG is round 7 while the other two awarded it to Canelo.

It goes to show how 3 people sitting 4 feet from an event, who’s sole purpose of being there is paying extreme attention to every single detail that is going on, still find a way to screw it up and see it differently.

Boxing is desperate for fans and doesn’t want to be seen as inferior to MMA, they didn’t do themselves an favors this weekend with another HOAX!


Vince McKee is a growing force in the sports literary world. He has written seven books on Cleveland Sports. They have all helped to build his credibility as a top-notch chronicler of the impact of Ohio sports. Vince has done freelance work as the MMA correspondent for InscriberMag: Digital Magazine as well as a Beat Reporter for the Cleveland Plain Dealer & The Medina Gazette. His work has been featured on Drennan Live, SLAM Magazine, The Magic 105.7 Morning show, ESPN radio and over 25 local papers, tv stations and radio programs. Despite his personal connection with Bill Belichick, one of the worst moments of Vince’s young life was watching his beloved Browns leave town only weeks after the Indians lost the World Series in 1995. Vince is a life long Cleveland sports fan and enjoys spending lots of time with his wife Emily and daughter Maggie.

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