Referee Takes Accidental Punch in Intense Boxing Matchup Between Keyshawn Davis and Miguel Madueno at Prudential Center in New Jersey

Referee Takes Accidental Punch in Intense Boxing Matchup Between Keyshawn Davis and Miguel Madueno at Prudential Center in New Jersey

On a tense Saturday night at the Prudential Center in New Jersey, what started as a heated lightweight bout between Keyshawn Davis and Miguel Madueno turned into an unexpected spectacle when the referee found himself in the line of fire.

As the sixth round came to a close, rather than retreating to their corners, Davis and Madueno continued exchanging heated words, escalating the tension in the arena.

Madueno, visibly agitated, needed to be restrained by the referee to prevent further confrontation with his opponent.

In the heat of the moment, as the referee tried to maintain control between the two fighters, a sudden swing from Madueno aimed at Davis inadvertently struck the referee instead.

The unexpected blow left the referee visibly shaken, though he managed to remain on his feet amidst the chaos.

In the aftermath of the incident, amidst confusion and speculation about potential disqualification, the referee approached Madueno’s corner, audibly questioning who had struck him.

The situation added an unexpected layer of drama to an already intense matchup.

The Outcome

Despite the dramatic interlude, the fight continued to its conclusion, with Davis ultimately claiming victory in a unanimous decision after ten rounds.

This win maintained Davis’s undefeated streak, advancing his record to 11-0, while Madueno, despite the setback, now stands at 31-3 in his professional career.

Conclusion

The incident serves as a reminder of the unpredictable nature of boxing matches, where emotions can run high and even the officials can find themselves unwittingly caught in the crossfire of intense competition.

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