I managed to speak to the Hungarian referee Bela Florian about
Wallberg vs. Prazak bout that took place on June 14th, in Sweden
---after the match happened. The referee said the following:
"It was a very great fight, and
a loss of direction after the fight."
"Neither the ring doctor or the ambulance crew were not on top of
things, you simply stop responding. Based on what he saw
everyone was sure of a victory for Frida Wallberg, and no one was prepared for
such a turn."
"At least ten minutes had passed, and everyone has a
job as they should, and had begun to stabilize boxer. Then just
received oxygen! It was the urging of the ring doctor to look at the
boxer knocked out again when he - along with others - saw
"We always say that we have more of a punch just like a shock
later to end the match. We have a primary responsibility and
that is to
enforce the rules, and preserve the health of boxers."
"But it is
very difficult to know when is the moment when we must end the
meeting. If before, with no consequences, the training, the
boxer, and even scold the audience is the judge of what a loser
you are, everyone is condemned because he is the closest to the
event. The latter is certainly true."
"It is therefore necessary
to accept the decision. "- Continued the recognized expert. "Wallberg
very tired in the middle of the match, but only 5 rounds lost."
"After hammering the time I left the boxer to recover, her eyes
were clear, and responded to my instructions. After the first
knock down was not any noticeable signs that a woman boxer
issues. Following the match, no one condemned you, but I'm also
weary of the case. I am now in my 23th year as a professional referee,
but never experienced a similar incident." - Said Bela Florian.
Jolly Dee told WBAN: This is my official translates
interview, from hungarian boxing site monokli.com.