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Promoters: Bradley bout to be ruled no-contest

Promoters: Bradley bout to be ruled no-contest

Promoters for both fighters say Timothy Bradley's victory over Nate Campbell on Aug. 1 will be changed to an official no-contest by the California State Athletic Commission.
The commission held a hearing Monday to determine whether an accidental clash of heads led to a deep cut on Campbell's face, stopping the fight after three rounds.
Bradley was awarded a technical knock out victory by referee David Mendoza, who said the cut came from a punch.
Although the commission hasn't yet formally announced its ruling, Campbell promoter Don King hailed the commission's decision to rule the bout a no-contest, removing a sixth loss from Campbell's record and denying the undefeated Bradley his 25th win.
Bradley keeps his WBO junior welterweight title either way.


Updated : 2020-12-02 09:09 GMT+08:00