Canelo Alvarez vs Billy Joe Saunders scorecards revealed: Mexican winning all three cards despite brave Brit effort

CANELO ALVAREZ was winning on ALL three of the judges' scorecards before his fight with Billy Joe Saunders was stopped.

The Mexican P4P king forced the brave Brit to quit on his stool at the end of round eight to continue his super-middleweight dominance.

He had somewhat struggled to find his range during the bout, but ultimately his classy power shots prevailed.

And after Saunders could no longer continue due to a horror eye injury, the scorecards were revealed.

Judge Glen Feldman had it 78-74 Canelo, Tim Cheatham at 77-75 Canelo and Max DeLuca scored it 78-74 Canelo.

It was a tad harsh on Saunders, who put up a solid showing all night, ducking and weaving his rival's attacks.

But he was rushed to hospital after the clash, with what is feared to be a broken eye socket.

Fans reacted with anger at the scorecards, and claimed Alvarez, 30, was getting a hometown decision.

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One raged: "F***ing hell. What's the point in even going over?"

Another added: "Jesus Christ this is what people mean with boxing judges."

And one said: "This is why boxing will never be as big as other sports, what on earth is this judging, time and time again. Disgusting to see."

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