You’ve got to be kidding me: the biggest blown calls of all time

[post_page_title]Roy Jones Jr. loses the gold[/post_page_title]
This is considered one of the worst decisions in modern days. In 1988, American Roy Jones Jr. was facing South Korea’s Park Si-Hun for the gold during the Seoul Olympics. There were already some bad calls in the ring during these Olympics, including a referee who fled the country. But back to Jones and Park, Jones landed 86 punches while Park managed only 32. Park was warned by the referees twice and had to take two standing eight counts. But the judge’s handed Park the fight, even Park looked embarrassed when the ref raised his hand.

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