its all to sad and embarrassing to admit that many filipino fighters are being cheated in their fights just to loose and the adversary to win and why is that because filipino boxers are brave ,tought and so damn good that's WHY to beat them is to cheat them. NO VICTORY IS SWEET UNLESS WON IT FAIR AND SQUARE, anywhere in world anywhere in the globe filipino boxers can hold their headS up HIGH.
DAMN YOU ALL CHEATERS ONCE YOU ALL GO AND FACE THE CREATOR NO AMOUNT OF EXPLANATION IS ENOUGH. REMEMBER THAT YOU CHEATERS. ALSO CHEATING IS A CRIME!!!, A CRIME!!! YOU UNDERSTAND THAT A CRIME!!!!!!
MURAHIN NA BA NATIN, BRO ?
ANG MGA PUSA NG INA NILA ?
AS AN EXAMPLE:
Ronald Pontillas was robbed today here in Ghana," vehemently affirms Santig, while requesting that the WBO and WBA organizations look into the matter seriously.
The Tagoe-Pontillas 12-round double title fight was for the WBA Super Featherweight International Title as well as for the WBO Super Featherweight African Title, a presentation of local Ghana promoter Asamoah Gyan of Baby Jet Promotions in association with Alex Ntiamoah-Boakye of Box Office Promotions.
Brico Santig reports:
"In fairness, Pontillas should have been the winner. The African fighter (Emmanuel Tagoe) was knocked down three times, but only one of those knockdowns was counted by the biased referee," shared Santig, director of Highland Boxing of Baguio, Philippines.
"Without any knockdown the referee counted Pontillas at a crucial moment when Pontillas and Tagoe were exchanging furious blows. How can that be okay?"
During round 4, Tagoe went down and was counted by referee. It was a straight to the chin combined with a body shot.
In round 6, the two fighters were trading knuckles in a corner when Pontillas weave and his head went out of the ropes without being hit by any blow from Tagoe. The referee inexplicably stopped the action and began to count on the Filipino.
In round 7 the Ghana referee calls upon the attention of a Ghana judge who was sleeping at his post during the fight.
In round 8 Tagoe touched the canvas from an upper cut thrown by Pontillas, and again there was no count.
In round 9, a perfect straight to the body totally knocked down the African, but amazingly there was no count. Instead, the African boxer was given around 30 seconds rest for him to recuperate. http://philboxing.com/news/story-82789.html