Boxing news: Jeff Horn, Glenn Rushton, Adam Copland, Tim Tszyu

The aftermath of Jeff Horn’s most up-to-date defeat, at the arms of Tim Tszyu, has noticed users of his team publicly transform on each and every other.

Horn didn’t appear out for the ninth round back again in August, irrespective of coach Glenn Rushton’s wishes. The rest of his team, and the referee, had noticed plenty of, and the struggle was identified as.

On Wednesday, Rushton took to Facebook to very first defend his steps, and then criticise cornerman Adam Copland, who replied by using Instagram in a clash that has shone a light on the confusion and dysfunction in just the Horn camp.

Cornerman helps stop fight

Cornerman will help cease struggle

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In a lengthy address on his Stretton Boxing Club web site, Rushton very first tackled Horn’s shortcomings on the evening boasting his fighter was “off”.

“When he [Horn] came back again to the corner soon after each and every round, I was looking at him extremely closely,” Rushton wrote. “I could see he wasn’t hurt nor fatigued. He just appeared lethargic, disappointed, disinterested.”

Rushton cited many examples — which include Horn’s wins about Manny Pacquiao and Michael Zerafa — of boxers defying the odds to pull off a earn his reasoning for seeking his fighter to keep on.

“You really do not cease a struggle just because a boxer is losing – you cease a struggle if a boxer is wounded and just can’t keep on or is being poorly hurt by his opponent – neither of these were being the scenario in Jeff’s struggle,” Rushton mentioned.

Horn’s coach mentioned the corner “carried the baggage” of the two Zerafa wars into the Tszyu struggle, and were being “too brief to weaken”, right before he took purpose at Copland, who went about Rushton’s head to inform referee Phil Austin to cease the Townsville bout.

Rushton defends his decision

Rushton defends his conclusion


“Adam should hardly ever have been on the apron in the very first area, as only two seconds are authorized on the apron, which in our corner, was Stephen and Ben, as usually,” Rushton wrote.

“Both Adam and Stephen were being adamant they wanted the struggle to cease. Stephen was listened to saying a few of situations, ‘I really do not want to’, which means he didn’t want Jeff to keep on, and Adam is telling Ben ‘no’ when Ben was supporting me about allowing Jeff to keep on for an additional minute to see what he could do.

“Adam can also be noticed tapping the referee on the shoulder and waving with his correct hand, at which point the referee seems to be at Adam and then turns around and waves the struggle off. The footage appears to verify that Adam, in distinct, was mainly accountable for ending the struggle and really possibly, Jeff’s job.

Horn's corner CONFUSION!

Horn’s corner CONFUSION!


“This was a shame, as Adam had been despatched to the canvas during his struggle previously in the evening, went to hospital the pursuing morning and should not have even been on the apron in the very first area. The fact that he was on the apron tells me that he probably wasn’t wondering plainly, as he appreciates the rules. I have no qualms with the referee Phil Austin, as I feel he believed the corner wanted the struggle stopped. Do I feel he would have stopped the struggle had our corner acted in different ways – no.”

Copland, who had fought previously on the Horn-Tszyu card, took to Instagram on Wednesday to defend himself versus Rushton’s comments.

Adam Copland was beaten by Joel Camilleri before he cornered Horn.
Adam Copland was overwhelmed by Joel Camilleri right befor
e he cornered Horn.
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“This photograph is a post by Glenn Rushton talking about his views on Jeff Horn Vs Tim Tszyu,” Copland captioned a screenshot of Rushton’s Facebook post.

“This is a post manufactured by a man digging his personal grave as a boxing coach and seeking to drag everyone down with him. Typically I would not partake in these a post but I just can’t maintain my tongue soon after the matters I have just read, as to say I finished Jeff Horn’s job is disturbing to me.

“Immediately soon after the Jeff Horn vs Tim Tszyu struggle I obtained a concept from @1bbradfo from @sportingnewsau asking to go over what occurred at the end of the struggle as it seemed like there was confusion in the corner. My words to him were being ‘i don’t want to throw Glenn beneath the bus. He was just seeking to give Jeff a chance’.

“When seriously I was wondering in my head Glenn didn’t know when to cease the struggle Once again.

I have identified Glenn for 10 a long time. Glenn was my very first boxing coach. So there has usually been respect there. I know that you don’t just throw your mates beneath the bus when one thing goes mistaken and there is general public tension to do so.

“So for Glenn to produce this about me, with not a single cellphone connect with to me soon after the struggle asking why I stopped it, just reveals what style of individual he is.

“To say I was concussed and bewildered is nothing at all but defamatory and untrue. Of study course I knew what was heading on and so did the rest of Australia.

Kent slams Horn corner

Kent slams Horn corner


“I could sit here and produce 2700 words about him like he did about everyone else in his post but I believe he claims plenty of for everyone to have an understanding of who he is as a individual. And of course, I identified as him and told him all my complications about his post right before I made the decision to post this, as that in my eyes, is the correct issue to do. And of study course there was no acceptance of any mistaken performing as usual.

“I adore Jeff Horn and his entire family members. I hope the general public does not associate Jeff Horn with Glenn Rushton’s garbage. As no a single justifies that.”

Horn, 32, a former WBO champion, has now missing a few of his very last 5 fights.