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Zab Judah Has Retained Law Firm To Look Into Elements Of Last Fight, Vs. Cletus Seldin



Brooklyner Zab Judah suffered brain trauma in his last bout, which unfolded on June 6 versus Cletus Seldin at Turning Stone Casino in Verona, NY.  The ultra vet battled hard against the 32 year old Seldin, and was stopped out, in round 11, as the Long Island based 140 pound contender, pressed him hard.

Later, a spell after the scrap ended, we got word that Judah was taken to an area hospital. He suffered a brain bleed, and had surgery, but his fortune was fine. After a couple days, the boxer, a former champ at 140 and 147, was released. He’s out and about today, walking and talking. But he’s also gearing up for another battle, it looks like. TMZ dropped a story which lays out groundwork which brings lawyers into the mix.

Judah and company want answers, wants result from PED testing from the Seldin-Judah fight, because, it is implied, to those in the know, Seldin has tested positive before.

Suspicion, it seems, lingers…

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