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Judah investigating previous opponent Seldin

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

According to TMZ, boxer Zab Judah has started an investigation into his previous fight that led to him suffering a brain bleed in June. He lost to Cletus Seldin in the bout.

Judah suffered an intercranial hemorrhage during the bout. He had to get immediate medical care following the fight to save his life.

While Judah is getting better, he wants Seldin’s drug test. He has even hired a law firm to investigate the fight.

He is working with Elefterakis, Elefterakis, and Panek law to potentially find the answers he wants.

One of the major pieces of evidence Judah wants through the investigation is Seldin’s pre-fight urine test. As of this time, there has no reports or ruling that has said he has violated any terms before the fight.

“To date, our firm contacted the Oneida Gaming Commission as well as the promoter of the fight to obtain the results of the pre-fight urine drug screening. No results have been provided to the Judah camp as of yet,” Judah’s attorneys said in a statement.

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