Milan Prat vs Francesco Lezzi

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Milan Prat vs Francesco Lezzi
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Date: 
Sunday, February 28, 2021
Rounds Scheduled: 
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Fan Cards: Milan Prat vs Francesco Lezzi


scorecard by NF82
Round
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Total
MILAN PRAT
10
10
FRANCESCO LEZZI
9
9


scorecard by AUMONIER
Round
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Total
MILAN PRAT
10
10
FRANCESCO LEZZI
9
9




Comments

French fighter Milan Prat hit his opponent in the back of the head during round 2. He was disqualified at first and that seemed right, since he was the one pushing away his opponent then hitting him. That was an unfair move, and pretty hard to understand since he was leading and was on his way to a prewritten easy victory, and the fight was not that dirty. One year later it was changed to a No Contest, which allows him finally to keep an unspotted record.

There are legitimate discussions after many fights with controversies and frequently in France we complain that we are not well treated by the federations, both in amateur (all our five boxers in the olympics were eliminated early in the competition in what are presented were all controversial decisions) and in professionnal boxing (almost no world championship in France, few bxers getting a world opportunity, many controversial decisions, for example the first Madrimov-Soro fight considered a win for Madrimov even though there was an irregularity). But in recent times several fight results have been changed so it seems we can no longer argue that (Boudersa defeat to Janicijevic turned into a no contest, Bechelaghem defeat to Gokcek idem, Soro got a rematch against Madrimov). I don't think it will mark a real change in the place of boxing in France (less interest from the public than other sports, not much money invested by sponsors, not much champions that can raise popular interest), but it shows we still have some influence in the international world of boxing. Not the best example, unfortunately, as it was to preserve the unspotted record of a champion that maybe didn't deserve it.

agree with you on prat's case, in the boudersa case aparentely they have clear footzge of ref mistake (not sanctioning use of elbows and I stronly disagree with you on the case of gokek that was a close fight I felt my contryman edging it and so did the judges and an ceylant jumps into the ring make treat that hammer would have not box if the result was not onverturn(he has confirm that to a turkish neewspaper) then an "error" was discovered in one of the scorecard the no contest was the decision to make