Brewart tops Weston in controversial fight

In a clash between unbeaten middleweights, Richard “Cool Breeze” Brewart Jr. (9-0, 4 KOs) scored a controversial six round split decision over Nathan “100” Weston (6-1-2, 2 KOs) on Sunday afternoon at the Omega Products International Event Center in Corona, California. Weston dropped Brewart in round one, then seemingly outboxed Brewart the rest of the way. Scores, however, were 58-55, 58-55 for the house fighter Brewart, with Weston prevailing 57-56 on the third card.

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  • If Weston didn’t get a knockdown, he loses every round. The B-side almost never gets the benefit of the doubt in a decision against a house fighter. Sometimes mistakes are made. Like in Germany recently when the commission wouldn’t even accept the judges’ scores and later reversed the decision for the promoter’s fighter. Broner got outpunched every round and still won a wide decision, which the B-side was totally OK with (this after Broner didn’t even make the contracted weight). What a sport!

    • House fighter for sure got decision in Broner fight. Huge odds for Broner pretty much assured that he would win if he was on his feet at the finish. Easier for judges who can fill out their cards for the house fighter and not have to pay too much attention during the fight.

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