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    Default Re: Leigh Wood v Josh Warrington

    Quote Originally Posted by Mark TKO View Post
    What exactly is the rule here.

    He was gone but the bell had sounded. Are you not given the full minute to recover.
    The bell can not save you if you can not convince the ref that you are not fit to continue.
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    Default Re: Leigh Wood v Josh Warrington

    It is the mark of an educated mind to be able to entertain a thought without accepting it.

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    Default Re: Leigh Wood v Josh Warrington

    Quote Originally Posted by Master View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Mark TKO View Post
    What exactly is the rule here.

    He was gone but the bell had sounded. Are you not given the full minute to recover.
    The bell can not save you if you can not convince the ref that you are not fit to continue.
    You've confused me with the negatives there
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    Default Re: Leigh Wood v Josh Warrington

    It is the mark of an educated mind to be able to entertain a thought without accepting it.

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    Default Re: Leigh Wood v Josh Warrington

    Quote Originally Posted by Mark TKO View Post
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    What exactly is the rule here.

    He was gone but the bell had sounded. Are you not given the full minute to recover.
    The bell can not save you if you can not convince the ref that you are not fit to continue.
    You've confused me with the negatives there
    Warrington was knocked down and although he got up when the bell sounded for the end of the round he still has to convince the ref that he was able to continue. Having his back to the ref was a clear sign that he did not know where he was and not able to recover even with a minute rest.
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    Default Re: Leigh Wood v Josh Warrington

    Quote Originally Posted by TIC View Post
    What I don’t understand about these cards is , what round was Warrington deducted a point in? Nobody is showing it on the scorecards?
    Was it in the 7th ? I thought it was earlier. 🤷*♂️
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    Default Re: Leigh Wood v Josh Warrington

    Quote Originally Posted by Primo Carnera View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by TIC View Post
    What I don’t understand about these cards is , what round was Warrington deducted a point in? Nobody is showing it on the scorecards?
    Was it in the 7th ? I thought it was earlier. 🤷*♂️
    it was in the seventh, the round the fight ended so i guess the judges didn't need to score the round
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    Default Re: Leigh Wood v Josh Warrington

    leigh was given the opportunity the recover after his first round knockdown against michael conlan at the bell. josh wasn't given the same opportunity. the ref didn't even turn josh around to check his eyes or anything to see if he wanted to continue
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    Default Re: Leigh Wood v Josh Warrington

    Quote Originally Posted by TIC View Post
    leigh was given the opportunity the recover after his first round knockdown against michael conlan at the bell. josh wasn't given the same opportunity. the ref didn't even turn josh around to check his eyes or anything to see if he wanted to continue
    The ref should not have to turn Josh Warrington around, he should do it himself. Josh should know he has to convince the ref that he is fit to continue to fight. He has only himself to blame.
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    Default Re: Leigh Wood v Josh Warrington

    I swear - The ref should have his license revoked.



    A minute is a long time to recover, especially with Warrington's conditioning. If the roles were reversed Wood would have been given the minute. There are too many British refs that will step in and stop the fight when the 'favored' fighter throws a few combinations. The system is rotten and corrupt.

    Warrington got the British treatment and he is a Brit!!

    That could've been an even better British domestic dust up, perhaps even a classic, but the ref robbed us of that opportunity. The only ref worse than Micheal Alexander is Ian John Lewis, he is the worst "wefewee" eva

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    Default Re: Leigh Wood v Josh Warrington

    Tell you what finally watching this full and ending and there's a little case for fookery. You're down clean but bell has sounded. Round was over. He gets up, maybe a little too quick tbh and 9 outta 10 times the ref gives a fighter the benefit of stool and minute to recover. He made it there on his own. Why deny him that, ref never ordered him around or pressed to evaluate him. Very well could have been his back bring turned entire time. Really wonder if both fighter and ref knew round was over.

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    Default Re: Leigh Wood v Josh Warrington

    It was a FOTY contender and there should be a rematch but I do not think Josh can win because it will be at the higher weight.

    Wood is an amazing fighter and since he became champion he has been in some tough hard contests. Knocking out Conlon in the last round was "Rocky" like and his story is amazing. Carl Froch asked Eddie to put him on his undercard when he was fighting to help Wood out. Now look at where Leigh is, there is a movie there to be made about his life.
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    Default Re: Leigh Wood v Josh Warrington

    It is the mark of an educated mind to be able to entertain a thought without accepting it.

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    Default Re: Leigh Wood v Josh Warrington

    Wood is one of the best finishers in boxing

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    Default Re: Leigh Wood v Josh Warrington

    Leigh Wood says he no longer respects fellow Briton Josh Warrington and a rematch is likely to take place at Nottingham Forest's City Ground in May.

    Wood, 35, retained his WBA featherweight title with a stunning seventh-round knockout in October after Warrington was dominating the bout.

    There was plenty of mutual respect and no bad blood in the build-up but Wood says a rematch would be different.

    "I don't like him. I'd like to make the win more decisive this time," he said.

    "The build-up last time was respectful but since then he's been very bitter and it's been getting a little worse lately."

    After beating 33-year-old Warrington, Wood vacated his world title in a move up to super-featherweight.

    Warrington has made it clear he wants to fight Wood again and is pushing Matchroom to make the fight.

    Wood has also been linked with Britain's IBF champion Joe Cordina but is targeting Mexico's WBO champion Emanuel Navarrete or a Warrington rematch.

    "There are two people I want to fight. I'd like Navarrete because he's number one and I would like to take his spot," Wood said.

    "But the sense at the minute is the fans seem to want the Warrington fight, so that's looking very likely.

    "He's been saying the referee shouldn't have stopped it. He's put up photos of me on his social media and said a lot of things on the internet trying to goad a fight. He's mentioned my stablemates. He's mentioned my trainer.

    "It just felt like he didn't mind being a good sportsman when he thought he was going to win but since he got beat he's kind of changed."

    Wood is a lifelong Forest fan and had it stipulated in his contract with Matchroom that his next fight be held at the Premier League club's ground.

    Former world champion Warrington is a Leeds United fan and is expected to bring huge travelling support from his city.

    "It's all about filling the City ground, getting a good atmosphere and doing good numbers," Wood said.

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/boxing/67626902
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