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stevie nisbet
Posted: 2009-05-13 08:47:12
Hi guys, the fights from power of Scotland 6 are now on p4TV, i would be interested in your comments on the Conor McEwan V Gordon Ross bout, their has been a lot written on here (albeit only from Gordon and his coach) about the fight, i have decided not to get drawn into an argument about the fight online, except to say that in my opinion, Conor won the fight and without losing a round.
i was astounded when the opposite corner objected to the decision. Conor has been taught (as have the rest of my fighters) to fight according to Proper Muay Thai scoring criteria (from Thailand not Holland) as that is the way that the fight will be judged.
The STBA has had a policy of implementing Thai scoring criteria since 2001 when tony first came up and did a seminar (i know this cos i hosted it)he has done so regularly since, and i hope to have him back up this year.

anyway i dont wanna ramble, im gonna go home and watch the bout myself, let me know what you think.

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