MICHEL SORO and Israil Madrimov saw their rematch end in controversy AGAIN after a headbutt.
The super welterweights were ordered into a second fight together after Madrimov initially won by stoppage in December.
But Soro argued that the bell had already rung, meaning the winning attack should not have happened.
As it turns out, her sequel at the O2 Arena ended even more unsatisfactorily.
This means a trilogy fight could be the next chapter in their rivalry as they shared a no-contest tie.
As soon as the two came out for the third round, their heads bumped almost immediately.
Soro came off worse, leaving with a horrific cut over his left eye.
He was observed by the ringside doctor, who had no choice but to advise the referee to wave it off.
It means the Uzbek Madrimov is left with the first spot on his perfect eight-fight record.
Amd Soros’ veteran roster has another tie and stands at 35-3-2.
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The 27-year-old Madrimov, a former elite amateur, had started the lighter of the two and scored a powerful jab early on.
In round two he had Soro, 34, staggering backwards after a strong right hand found home as the tide began to turn in one direction.
So Madrimov is hit hard as the fight had to be ended early.
https://www.the-sun.com/sport/5740883/boxer-michel-soro-cut-israil-madrimov-fight/ Boxer Michel Soro suffers a horror cut when a head-butt with Israil Madrimov causes their bout to end in controversy AGAIN