James DeGale in action with Caleb Truax. Action Images via Reuters/Peter Cziborra
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American Caleb Truax stunned Britain's former Olympic champion James DeGale on a majority decision to win the IBF world super-middleweight title in London Saturday.Two judges scored in favor of Truax, the American ahead 115-112 and 116-112 on those cards, with a third judge scoring the fight as a draw as DeGale was dethroned by the challenger.Truax, 34, unleashed a series of fierce blows against DeGale in round five that left the British fighter bloodied and up against the ropes, with the American then catching his foe with a heavy uppercut in the 10th.
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