Frazer Clarke opponent staged furious hour-long protest after controversial DQ loss

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“It was a head clash, that’s the fourth time I’ve boxed him [Aliev] and fifth cut I’ve got now, and not one of them has been a punch.

“I don’t know if you want to call it a coincidence or not, but it’s not how the sport should be done, I’m not saying he did it on purpose but these things happen.

Clarke added: “The referee is in there to do a job. If it was up to me, I felt like I was coming on top, after a slow first round I thought I was getting in to the fight at the end of the second, I’m positive I was going to win the third, I was just finding my rhythm but yeah – it is what it is.”



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