Timothy Bradley's shock split decision win over Manny Pacquiao on Saturday night has been openly criticised by a number of British fighters with Lennox Lewis and Amir Khan both speaking out about the controversial decision.
It was the first time that Pacquiao had lost in over seven years and it seemed clear from most at ringside and watching on television that it was the wrong decision after he appeared to win the majority of the rounds against Bradley.
Pacquiao was quicker to the punch and visibly rocked Bradley on a number of occasions as the American struggled to compete with the sheer speed of the Filipino fighter.
Veteran promoter Bob Arum described the decision as "outrageous" and "one of the worst" he had ever seen, while former heavyweight champion Lewis was even more critical.
Lewis said that the scoring was "unbelievable and disgraceful" and described it as worse than his controversial draw against Evander Holyfield back in 1999.
Pacquiao' stable mate Khan was also quick to speak out about the decision which he likened to his loss to Lamont Peterson.
“I’ve never been as ashamed of the sport of boxing as I am tonight. I’m going to make a lot of money on the rematch, but this was outrageous," said Khan.
Now the British fighter has decided to call out Bradley who was close to fighting Khan when both boxers were champions in the light-welterweight division.
"What a joke we had manny winning by 5 rounds. Bradley how about you take the fight with me in December after I clean up the 140lbs weight" Khan wrote on Twitter.
"If Bradley wants it I'm ready, he turned me down twice. After I beat Garcia I will offer Bradley the fight for the 3rd time."