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Conteste



Culumidoius protested his defeat
One spoke of him pouting and
complaining of his defeat on the
grounds of half-endedness.
He placed his foot in the out of
Bounds area when he was being
Pressed for a pin. Several officials
Cited the nonchalant and adventitious
Behavior of the officials. Before the
Official announcement of the decision
Seven members put in red tags for the challenger and 10 put in blue for the champion. This was one sided but three of the ten had been undesired, which would have favored the challenger. Since the decision was public it gave grounds for a split of interest whichsplit the interest of the company into two parts. Red side champion and blue side champion with the red side in conteste' position. The two titles would be divided and the interest of champion(s) ment number one and number two contender would challenge both champion with the disputed titles to be unified. The number 10 contender became a number one contender when in dispute. The number three contender is equal than to the tenth. Three matches are sanctioned, with both titles contested and winner to meet for unification.

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