Eddie Alvarez, who was on the verge of a ONE Championship title shot, has once again hit a slump on his road to gold. The slump wasn't the only thing Alvarez hit at ONE on TNT I. "The Underground King" would also land massive blows to the back of Iuri Lapicus's head. The referee warned him not to fire shots to the back of his head, but Alvarez went off killer instinct to go for the finish. The Result The fight would end in a knockout of Lapicus, however not legally. With Lapicus unable to continue, the official would flash a red card and dealt the fight a DQ loss for Alvarez. The result would plunge the former champion into a world of emotion. Alvarez would later apologize for the fight-ending sequence, wishing well for his opponents safety in all of this. https:\/\/twitter.com\/ONEChampionship\/status\/1379988325583384577?s20 The Truth Will Set You Free During the post-fight presser, the Philadelphia native would break down what took place in the Lightweight title eliminator. \u201cI just need to sit down and talk to ONE, make sure they correct this,\u201d Alvarez said. \u201cIt\u2019s not right. What happened was not right. \u201cIt shouldn\u2019t have been a DQ. It was a mistake. Whoever made the final decision made a mistake, and I\u2019m going to respectfully try to get it reversed. That\u2019s all. I don\u2019t want to get in a fight with anyone. I don\u2019t want to be mad at anyone. I just want everything to go back and get looked at. I just want the truth. That\u2019s it. I just want the truth." Making Up For The Past The truth-seeking Alvarez is still looking for an answer. The DQ result wouldn't just end up being another loss on his record, but it would also result in a percentage of his purse being taken away. "I don\u2019t see how it\u2019s not overturned,\u201d Alvarez added. \u201cI don\u2019t discredit anyone based on what happens inside that cage. Referee, judging, all that. It\u2019s high emotions and you have to make decisions based on a split second and I think the replay and after everybody goes back and looks will see everything was done righteously. I won fair and square.\u201d \u201cI\u2019m not trying to anger anyone or climb up any trees. I won tonight. I just hope that they go back and look at it and reverse the decision. I\u2019ve made decisions in my past and I\u2019ll be a man and step up and say that it was wrong. But tonight, I won. I think the American media and a lot of media know that I did and are pissed off about it.\u201d The Bosses' Response ONE CEO Chatri Sityodtong isn't so confident on overturning the fight to a victory\/no-contest for his fighter. \u201cEddie, the problem is that there were four or five illegal blows,\u201d Sityodtong said in a video statement. "We reviewed it three times. Eddie didn\u2019t have visibility because I know Eddie definitely didn\u2019t mean to do it.\u201d https:\/\/youtu.be\/YcqPdZzmNgA Should ONE Championship change the result?