Scots boxing legend Jim Watt claims William Abelyan is trying to put pressure on the judges by hinting he could suffer from a home-town decision in
his challenge for Scott Harrison's WBO world featherweight title.
The former WBC lightweight champion will be commentating at ringside when Harrison defends his title against the American-based Armenian in front of
6,000 at the Braehead Arena.
However, Watt pointed to Manuel Medina's points win over Harrison a year ago when he took the title from the Cambuslang man - before losing it in the
rematch - as proof that the challenger will get a fair crack of the whip.
He said: "One of the things the Abelyan camp are worrying about is not getting the verdict if they win.
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