Jermell Charlo and Brian Castano put on a sensational show in Texas on Saturday night but there was no undisputed champion crowned with the bout ending in a split draw.
The pair were fighting to determine the first four-belt titleholder at junior middleweight and following the verdict, a rematch looks very likely.
However, the fight was overshadowed by an absurd scorecard by Nelson Vazquez, who scored the contest 117-111 in favour of Charlo.
While it is hardly a surprise that a judge is being criticised for being incompetent, more must now be done to prevent horror scorecards like this one.
The question is, how do they do it?
Whyte comes out swinging
The "Bodysnatcher" has ripped into Tyson Fury following the latest collapse of his trilogy showdown against Deontay Wilder.
Fury and Wilder were originally expected to collide on July 24 only for the former to test positive to Covid-19.
Days later, the "Gypsy King" was seen breaking isolation rules at a car dealership before testing negative to the virus and returning to England.
Dillian Whyte, who is yet to challenge for a world title despite defeating Joseph Parker, Oscar Rivas and Alexander Povetkin, branded Fury a 'disgrace' to boxing during his expletive rant.
The Brixton fighter is rated No.1 by the WBC and with the delay of Fury-Wilder 3, it means Whyte will have to wait until 2022 for his shot at world glory.
Joshua-Usyk to be confirmed this week
Alexander Krassyuk told Planet Sport that Oleksandr Usyk's challenge for world honours against Anthony Joshua will be confirmed this week.
The Ukrainian, who is bidding to become a two-division world champion, is expected to face Joshua for the WBA, IBF and WBO titles on September 25.
Peter Fury, the mastermind behind Tyson Fury's victory over Wladimir Klitschko in 2015, believes Usyk will be a tough test for Joshua.
Joyce vs Takam preview
The standout fight this Saturday is a clash between Joe Joyce and Carlos Takam.
Joyce is fighting for the first time since defeating Daniel Dubois last year and takes on an opponent who has lost to Joshua and Derek Chisora.
Joyce - undefeated from 12 bouts - is a massive favourite to beat Takam in style and maintain his No.2 ranking with the WBO.
If Joyce wins, should he wait for a world title opportunity or could Whyte be a possible opponent for the Olympian in December?