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'I've read in some articles and people have also told me that after the fight Michael Walsh the guy in the red tie apparently said his score cards didn't match up to the others, it wasn't fair and he looked really scared and he was told to butt out and there was nothing he could do.. Since then no one has heard from him'
'I want Michael Walsh to come out and speak out about what was going on, its only right and fair to do so'
'Heres a Close up pic The question is.. Who is this guy? And what was he doing? I'm sure someone outthere knows'
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"The rule is: whenever the judges are working, no one is allowed to touch the judges' papers or scorecards.
"Were they scorecards? I don't know. That's the thing I want to know and that's the complaint I sent out. The WBA have promised me, within the next 24 hours, they're going to let me know exactly what happened."
The man is first seen sitting in the front row before being moved out of his seat by Walsh and to sit right by Khan's promoter Oscar de la Hoya, father Shah and business manager Asif Vali.
During the bout he moves back up to sit next to Walsh at the table where one of the three judges was stationed, and the discussions then started.
"They put a chair right in front of my dad, Oscar and Asif. I remember him sat there and at first they asked who he was," Khan said.
"He was told to leave that area because you need accreditation to be at ringside (so) he was told to leave - he wouldn't leave.
"Then, for some reason, he moved his chair right up to the judges table and was sat there throughout the fight
"After watching it on tape, you see him around the same corner as Lamont Peterson's team, cheering with them and celebrating. "
Maybe Khan could then do what he should have done in the first instance?