It took nearly a month and a half, but a final ruling has been made regarding the Chris Camozzi-Joey Villasenor main event from Shark Fights 15. read news >>
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The draw between Chris Camozzi and Joey Villasenor at Shark Fights 15 has been overturned.
The New Mexico Athletic Commission on Tuesday during a meeting in
Albuquerque, N.M., voted to change the decision of the May 27 event's
headliner to a split decision in favor of Camozzi.
As MMAjunkie.com previously reported, the draw resulted when the scorecards of the bout were incorrectly tallied.
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The New Mexico Athletic Commission has changed the decision in the Shark Fights bout between Chris Camozzi and Joey Villasenor. Read More >> read news >>
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