The all-British heavyweight battle between David Price and Kash Ali at Liverpool ended in eccentric fashion as Ali was disqualified for biting.
Price, 3-5, acquired a stinging shot over the undefeated 27-year-old in around five, prompting a deal.
Ali collapsed ontop of this Liverpudlian and with the set on the canvas, looked to snack Price near his ribcage.
Ali was officially disqualified for biting and left the stadium beneath a barrage of drinks thrown by fans.
The eccentric win – greeted with confusion and also a chorus of boos at Liverpool’s M&S Bank Arena – lengthy Price’s listing to 24 wins and six rebounds and was an initial defeat of Ali’s 16-fight career.
At the buildup into the fight, Price had vowed to punish his former partner, who’d called him”a quitter”.
Price disclosed that Ali had asked for a rematch but he insisted:”I actually don’t wish to split the ring using an animal like that.”
Ali lost his fee to get the fight and world cruiserweight champion Tony Bellew known for him to be banned.
“He’s really a disgrace for what he has accomplished,” Bellew told Sky Sports.
“Biting a person on the floor? There isn’t many things “