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PostPosted: Sun Nov 11, 2012 11:09 am 
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Dapudong Mauls, Floors Buthelezi; Loses By Split Decision

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Sun, 11 Nov 2012


Buthelezi's face was rearranged by Dapudong but he was declared champion.

Johannesburg, South Africa - Boxing fans who labeled Timothy Bradley's victory over boxing icon Manny Pacquiao as one of the greatest boxing robberies of all time have not seen the worst.


Last night, Nov. 10, in the posh Emperor Palace Hotel Casino Resort Pavilion, North Cotabato's Edrin Dapudong turned South African Gideon Buthelezi's face into a bloody mess and then floored the local fighter with his signature left hook in the ninth round but lost the championship bout for the IBO Junior Bantamweight Title by split decision.

It was a fight which almost everybody who saw it, including Buthelezi's cornermen whose faces were gloomy before the winner was announced, thought belonged to Dapudong as he pursued the South African all throughout the fight turning the local fighter's face into a red pulp as early as the first round.

In three or four instances that Buthelezi stood toe to toe with the North Cotabato fighter, Dapudong held his ground and pummeled the South African with powerful body punches.

There were at least two or three rounds when Buthelezi connected with weak punches which Dapudong merely shrugged off.

Going towards the last four rounds of the title fight, Dapudong convinced everybody that he was the better fighter when he connected with a well-timed left cross that sent Buthelezi to the canvas for a mandatory eight count.

But Dapudong's performance was not enough to convince all three judges to give the fight to him and award him with the world title.

It was only the British judge from London, Reg Thompson, who saw Dapudong the winner by a wide margin while the South African judge, Tony Nyangiwe, living up to South African boxing tradition, and American Michael Pernick from Miami, gave the fight to Buthelezi.

"How could your boy have lost that fight?", asked a member of the television crew which covered the event for South Africa's Super Sport TV.

He said even before the referee announced the winner, the members of the TV coverage team concluded that the IBO championship belt would be leaving South Africa.

It was not to be. What Buthelezi failed to do inside the ring, the two judges made up for it.

Dapudong was actually briefed before the fight of the perils of fighting in South Africa which is notorious for its hometown decision.

Trainer Aljo Jaro who was at his corner told Dapudong to go for a knockout because if the fight goes the distance, the referees will do their job.

It was exactly what happened.

What else is new, same old story.there is nothing you can do in the country of your opponent unles you gonna ko him,not once but twice or tko ur opponent. Boxing is bisnes as well as cheating. Again, charge to experience kabayan.Bawi ulit next time Dapudong.

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PostPosted: Sun Nov 11, 2012 11:24 am 
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Congrats Dapudong for a good showing. Laban lang ulit.


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PostPosted: Sun Nov 11, 2012 11:25 am 
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it's really hard to win fights in africa by decision but it's even harder to KO your oponent twice. :lol:

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Let's see the video. Anybody has a link? Thanks


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PostPosted: Sun Nov 11, 2012 11:37 am 
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Those referees are bums!

Congrats Ms. Dapudong, a great heart and i might say, you have grace under pressure

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PostPosted: Sun Nov 11, 2012 11:40 am 
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tamasok wrote:
......by decision but it's even harder to KO your oponent twice. :lol:

well, thats the reality bro. buy, lets say he ko the african 3 times in different rounds, am sure tabla or draw ang decsion!why? The judges will give Dapundong's score 6 rnds becuz of 3 ko's equivalent to 6 rounds for him, how if the judges give 6 rounds to the african, it means draw ang laban :lol: :lol: . this is the fantasy scenario, If 4 KOs ay sigurado panalo na sya dahil the final score should be 8 againts 4. :lol: :lol:

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PostPosted: Sun Nov 11, 2012 11:43 am 
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talo si Dapudong sa paramihan ng blackeye

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PostPosted: Sun Nov 11, 2012 11:46 am 
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jasperjack1968 wrote:
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talo si Dapudong sa paramihan ng blackeye

kaya pala, magkamukha si referri at si Buthelezi :lol: :lol:

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Fists_of_Fury wrote:
Let's see the video. Anybody has a link? Thanks


YEAH, RIGHT.

IF IT IS FAIR DECISION, OR

OUR BOY ROBBED !

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PostPosted: Sun Nov 11, 2012 11:58 am 
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south african boxing judges are far worse than the somalian bandits.
they are putting their country to shame.


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PostPosted: Sun Nov 11, 2012 11:59 am 
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same result back then with randy suico vs mzonke fana...


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tamasok wrote:
it's really hard to win fights in africa by decision but it's even harder to KO your oponent twice. :lol:


:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

that's gonna be a DQ ala Roy Jones Jr.. :)

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batang kamuning wrote:
tamasok wrote:
......by decision but it's even harder to KO your oponent twice. :lol:

well, thats the reality bro. buy, lets say he ko the african 3 times in different rounds, am sure tabla or draw ang decsion!why? The judges will give Dapundong's score 6 rnds becuz of 3 ko's equivalent to 6 rounds for him, how if the judges give 6 rounds to the african, it means draw ang laban :lol: :lol: . this is the fantasy scenario, If 4 KOs ay sigurado panalo na sya dahil the final score should be 8 againts 4. :lol: :lol:


:? :lol: :lol: :lol:

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tamasok wrote:
batang kamuning wrote:
tamasok wrote:
......by decision but it's even harder to KO your oponent twice. :lol:

well, thats the reality bro. buy, lets say he ko the african 3 times in different rounds, am sure tabla or draw ang decsion!why? The judges will give Dapundong's score 6 rnds becuz of 3 ko's equivalent to 6 rounds for him, how if the judges give 6 rounds to the african, it means draw ang laban :lol: :lol: . this is the fantasy scenario, If 4 KOs ay sigurado panalo na sya dahil the final score should be 8 againts 4. :lol: :lol:


:? :lol: :lol: :lol:



i'm sure it's a typo error - KD instead of KO... how can you KO someone more than once? ano un gigising ulit and resume ang laban :D


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I meant KD lol

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