Jack Catterall asks Josh Taylor 'when you dropping my belts off' as he slams boxing as 'f***ing disaster' after robbery

JACK CATTERALL asked Josh Taylor 'when you dropping my belts off' as he slammed boxing as 'a f***ing disaster' after his loss.

Taylor escaped with the undisputed super-lightweight crown and his unbeaten record, leaving Catterall victim of another robbery in a British ring.

Officials Victor Loughlin and Ian John-Lewis came under scrutiny for scoring the fight in the Scot's favour.

But Howard Foster showed some sense with his 113-112 card to Catterall, leaving the verdict split.

The scoring was slammed by just about everyone, from fans online, to pundits as well as fighters of the past and present, all left in disgust.

Catterall, 28, broke his silence a day after the result by posting an X-rated blast and then followed it up by goading Taylor, 31.

He wrote: "When you dropping my belts off? This boxing game is a f***ing disaster."

Chorley's Catterall received support from the boxing world and even his MP, who vowed to fight the controversial decision in Government.

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The British Boxing Board of Control will also launch an investigation into the scoring of Taylor's win, it was confirmed.

BBOBC General Secretary Robert Smith told the Daily Telegraph: "We will be looking into it.

"There were some very close rounds, it was a very close, very scrappy fight, and I have asked for reports from the judges which we will be studying this week.

"Our judges are honest people, and scored it as they saw it. I was there, and I thought Catterall pipped it."

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