[div class=”notice” class2=”icon”]The following is from an article on LiverKick.com, part of the MiddleEasy Network.[/div]
We’ve received word from Super Kombat’s press team that the controversial decision between Andrei Stoica and Redoun Cairo has been overturned by Super Kombat’s team after they evaluated the score cards. At the request of Eduard Irimia the review happened and the bout has been declared a “No Contest.” The score cards for the fight were 29-29, 29-29 and 30-29 in Stoica’s favor. Since Stoica would need a majority to be declared a winner, Irimia noted that this bout should have gone to an extension round, instead Stoica was declared the winner in haste.
They have also confirmed that the two will meet again at a future date for Super Kombat.
On top of this, Stoica’s remarks post-fight were… crass to say the least, as well as uncalled for. During a post-fight interview, Stoica, while explaining his opponent, used the dreaded “n-word” to describe him.