“They Robbed Gary, he beat him with one hand,” says Bozy Ennis

by Chris Williams: Coach Bozy Ennis says WBC featherweight champion Gary Russell Jr. He was “robbed” by the judges last Saturday night in his 12th decision against competitor Mark Magcio (24-0, 16 KOs) at the Borgata Hotel Casino, Atlantic City, New Jersey.

Posey feels Russell Jr. (31-2, 18 KOs) beat Magsayo, 26, with his left hand only, taking clean shots despite dealing with a right shoulder injury from the fourth round.

As far as Posey is concerned, Russell Jr. deserved to win 10-2 or 9-3 seeing as he gave Filipino fighter Magsayo the first two or three rounds before Gary spotted him and took over completely.

What made it easy for Russell Jr. to control using only his left hand was how Magsayo faded after the first three rounds. He looked tired and wasn’t shooting the way he needed to in order to win the rounds.

Russell was shooting groups using only his left hand from the fifth round onwards. I mean, he stopped punching his right hand after Magsayo fired a powerful shot into his previously injured shoulder.

It is possible that Magsayo’s side learned early on about Russell Jr’s right shoulder injury because the Filipino fighter looked like He shoots punches in that area.

Whether team Magsayo has a MOLE at Russell Junior Camp Or they discovered the injury from watching his body language in the lead up to an unknown fight. Whatever the case, Magsayo was marking Russell Jr’s right shoulder before and after the injury in the fourth.

Gary was robbed by the judges

“Man, they stole Gary. Gary hit him with one hand,” Bossi Ennis told YSM Sports Media of Russell Jr.’s loss to Magsayo last Saturday night.

Gary Russell Jr. Boxing photo and news photo

“His shoulder was stained, and I went over there and told his brother about it They were going to steal it,Ennis said of how he predicted Russell Jr. would be robbed by the judges before the results were announced last Saturday night in Atlantic City.

“That’s it,” Innes said when asked if this was an example of “boxing action.” “I don’t know why they would do it to him like that.

“He put on a nice boxing show, man. I gave Gary seven rounds. Seven to five, something like that. I could have given him a little more, though, because in the first two rounds, for me, I could have given him two or two. Three rounds” or three.

“All the rest of the rounds, I think Gary won. Yeah, he did that,” Posey said of Russell Jr. dominating the last nine or ten rounds using only his left hand.

Chris Williams had a doubt that Russell Jr. would lose a controversial decision during fight week.

With all the praise Magsayo received from the media, it seemed clear that he would get the decision.

If the eyes of Russell Jr. and his team were open, going into the match they would have known that they needed a knockout to win.

Bossy: Russell the son hit him with one hand

“He’s been proving himself to everyone. Posey said of his desire to see Russell Jr. get a chance for a second game when his right shoulder is 100%.

Gary Russell Jr. Boxing photo and news photo

Hit him with one hand. Just imagine what he would do if his hands – his shoulder. When I looked in his corner, I already knew because he was only using one hand. Nothing else was used.

“I thought my brother did enough to win. Gary Antonio Russell told YSM sports media that he thought his brother Russell Jr deserved to win.

“He threw less. So, I don’t know if that was what the judges were generally looking at, but I felt like he gave that guy a boxing lesson. I feel like I could give Mark two or three rounds.”

“In my opinion, I think Gary won the fight easily. So Elit looked like he outdid Mark. It was a shoulder injury. He said he hit him in camp, which resulted in a sparring injury.”

“G is a dog. He’s a man. He tells me he feels the sport is watered down with a lot of dualistic traits or a lot of feminine traits in sport. People aren’t prepared to fight better and, at any opportunity, drop out of fights.”

He said he felt he had enough to hit this boy with one hand. In my honest opinion, Gary Antonio said when asked if we could see the rematch between Magsayo and Russell Jr.

Russell Jr. dominated Magsayo with only the left, making him miss and pick him up with beautiful counter strikes in the entire fight.

Magsayo won’t fight with Russell Jr again anytime soon

“I don’t think they will [Team Magsayo] Gary Antonio said of his doubts that Russell Jr. will have a second game anytime soon, “Be in such a hurry to get back in there with J if his shoulder comes back.”

“I don’t think they will be quick to face him again. I think they will keep their belt and enjoy their gift.

“I do it honestly,” Gary Antonio said when asked if Magsayo was the perfect fighter for Russell Jr. to fight with one hand. “He was slow. He let you rest. I feel like he was a good candidate for one-handed combat.”

“My brother didn’t throw as many punches, but I feel like I landed more than Mark. She was. He was much cleaner.”

“I honestly don’t know what to say. I was surprised. I’ve seen burglaries like this in the amateurs and some in the professionals. We’ll see what happens,” said Gary Antonio.

It’s academic that Russell Jr. will never again face Magsayo. The only way Russell Jr. would get a rematch with Magsayo was if he became the mandatory contender, and the WBC ordered a fight.

The only problem with that is that Magsayo will likely lose his WBC title in his first defense because he’s such a shaky fighter.

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