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12-11-2009, 07:24 PM
Join Date: May 2006
Location: New York City, New York
I've already explained why you're wrong, and you have yet to address a single point that I've made.
As ZZ has already pointed out, your facts are wrong.
Here's the video of the fight.
7:35 - Mazzagatti stands Jones up and calls for a point deduction.
7:42 - Steve approaches Matt and asks "Are you done? You done?"
7:46 - Mazzagatti stops the fight. (I have no problem with the stoppage; Hamill clearly couldn't continue)
7:48 - Hamill gestures clearly to his shoulder to communicate the injury to Mazzagatti.
The shoulder injury is the direct cause of the ending of the fight.
Whether NSAC is going to allow an appeal is irrelevant. Kizer has made it clear that he is going to cover Mazzagatti's ass, but that doesn't legitimize a terrible call.
Kizer claimed in an interview that "you have the illegal elbow that cut Hamill and that's why the fight was stopped." Well, as I've already demonstrated, that's just a lie.
Kizer seems to be trying very hard to justify keeping a referee who clearly sucks at his job. But that's a separate point altogether.
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