Foster Pleas To The WBC: “I Pray Y’all Do The Right Thing”

Foster Wants his Chance to Reclaim What He Feels Was Stolen

O'Shaquie Foster calls for an immediate rematch with WBC champion Robson Conceicao
O'Shaquie Foster wants a shot to reclaim his WBC title from Robson Conceicao (credit: Derrel Jazz Johnson, Getty Images, Mikey Williams/Top Rank)

O’Shaquie Foster Calls for an Immediate Rematch with Conceicao

A fight that has plenty of folks still talking at large is Robson Conceicao’s (19-2-1, 9 KOs) split decision win over O’Shaquie “Ice Water” Foster (22-3, 13 KOs) to capture the WBC junior lightweight title on July 6 in Newark, New Jersey. If allowed his way, the WBC will grant Foster his request for an immediate rematch with Conceicao.

Many pundits and fans felt Foster did more than enough to win a decision over Conceicao. But two of the three judges disagreed and scored the fight for the challenger. Ice Water is demanding a rematch and posted the following in a now-deleted post on social media:


There’s been a similar calling for a rematch on various boxing message boards. has learned that the WBC ring officials committee will have a formal review of the fight and the scorecards. A review is one thing. But that is far from a guarantee that the sanctioning body will order an immediate rematch.

Outrage is growing from boxing enthusiasts through boxing message boards and chat rooms. The general narrative is that Foster was robbed, and something must be done to rectify what transpired.

A fighter with aspirations of unifying the division, Foster hopes he gets the chance to regain the WBC title. As of this writing, it remains to be seen what the sanctioning body will do beyond reviewing the matter. will continue to monitor the situation.

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