March 3rd – In a Prizefighter-style tournament in Dublin, Emile Tiedt missed a clear body shot knockdown scored by J. J. McDonagh against Gerard Healy in the first round, not long before McDonagh would end the contest.
In New York, John McKaie’s 96-94 didn’t reflect Vaughn Alexander’s dominance of Devaun Lee.
In South Africa, Eddie Pappoe only gave Dmytro Kucher a single round in his game effort against home boxer Kevin Lerena.
On the undercard, John Chagu unfairly scored DeeJay Kriel a 118-110 winner over Xolisa Magusha in a closely contested rematch.
March 9th – Junior Fa laboured to an 8 round win over Craig Lewis, but won clearly to everyone except Rey Danseco, who turned in an even verdict.
In the main event, Mark Nelson missed a round three body shot knockdown scored by Ivan Baranchyk en route to battering Petr Petrov.
March 17th – John Stewart’s shutout scorecard was simply awful in the Jose Ramirez-Amir Imam bout.
Ramirez won clearly but Imam certainly got enough licks in to win some rounds.
March 24th – Bob Williams prematurely stopped Kalilou Dembele after he was knocked down by a body shot in round 5 against Anthony Fowler.
March 31st – Steve Gray (100-90) & Martin Williams (100-91) were way off the mark in Anthony Crolla’s slog against Edson Ramirez.
On the contrary, Pawel Kardyni was too generous to challenger Yonfrez Parejo, giving him 4 rounds as he was schooled by Ryan Burnett.
In the heavyweight main event, ref Giuseppe Quartarone copped some well-deserved flack for breaking Anthony Joshua and Joseph Parker up too early throughout and not allowing any inside fighting.
Judge Ian Scott’s 119-109 basically didn’t give Parker any credit for his good back-foot boxing, particularly in the fight’s first half.
In Quincy, Mass., Leo Gerstel unfairly called a knockdown against Yamaguchi Falcao, when Richard Gutierrez stepped on his foot and landed a cuffing blow in round one.
In the card’s main event, Mark DeLuca took on Ramses Agaton.
Agaton was very harshly deducted two points for a low blow in round four, a foul he had committed in retaliation for a low blow from DeLuca.
The culprit was the same man as earlier: Leo Gerstel.