The 50 Closest and Sometimes Controversial Decisions in Boxing: Volume 3

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The 50 Closest and Sometimes Controversial Decisions in Boxing: Volume 3

It's one of the more controversial aspects of boxing, but it is also one of the most intriguing. Everyone loves a close and competitive fight, but when the winner is finally announced, it can be the cause of much debate that can continue days, months and sometimes years later.

The third volume of boxing's closest and sometimes controversial decisions is finally done, and it features some of the most famous bouts from boxers like Oscar De La Hoya, Larry Holmes, Bernard Hopkins, Alexis Arguello and Joe Frazier.

In no particular order, it will list 50 of the most disputed and debatable decisions in boxing.

All of them are worth taking a second look at. I will post a short overview of the bout, but all the in-depth discussion will be done below.

Feel free to discuss any of the matches presented in the comments section. If you want to know how I scored each fight round-by-round, comment below, and I will post it. Also, if you have a match you'd like featured in a future slideshow, let me know.

Volume 1: Boxing's 50 Closest and Sometimes Controversial Decisions

Volume 2: Boxing's 50 Closest and Sometimes Controversial Decisions

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