Found March 25, 2012 on The Queensbury Rules:
Cardiff locomotive Gary Buckland chugged past an impassive Paul Truscott in Sheffield, England, on Saturday, dropping him twice (once officially) en route to a commanding unanimous decision win that was scored 119-109, 120-108 and 108-110. Buckland strolled through the first defence of his BBofC junior lightweight crown and will now attempt to broach European championship class whereas Truscott, 25, who appeared old and staid despite his relative youth, looked like a fighter who should be persuaded about the merits of a life away from being punched in the face. It had been a nightmarish battle for Truscott to make weight on Friday, one that required multiple attempts and which rendered him an emaciated, sunken-eyed wreck. Badly dehydrated and without the luxury of a Victor Conte type on hand to prescribe a magic potion (as the disgraced Californian whistleblower reportedly did for lightweight Brandon Rios after “Bam Bam” had blundered into similar quicksand on the eve of his ma...
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