Park MGM, Las Vegas - Brandon Figueroa (22-1-1, 17 KOs) was furious with losing his unbeaten record and his world title.

In a WBC, WBO super bantamweight unification, Figueroa lost a twelve round majority decision to Stephen Fulton (20-0, 8 KOs) in an action-packed war.

The scores were 114-114 for the draw, and 116-112, 116-112 for Fulton.

Figueroa applied a lot of pressure in the fight and consistently swung for the fences, but he was also tagged often by clean punches.

He felt the swing rounds should have gone in his favor - due to volume and stunning Figueroa.

"I hurt him like five or six times,” said Figueroa. “I put the pressure on for the whole twelve rounds, landed the cleaner shots and hurt him. I thought I only lost four rounds at the most.”

Once the bout concluded, many observers were calling their fight a frontrunner for "Fight of The Year" - but Figueroa had another name for it.

"It was the robbery of the year,” said Figueroa. “The fans who watched this live know who won. I always come to fight and I did that all night."

While Fulton appears to be open to the idea of a rematch, Figueroa seems to be on the fence. The large super bantamweight is mulling his future at 122-pounds - and may step away from the rematch in order to move up in weight to the featherweight limit of 126-pounds.

On the other hand, Fulton could potentially move in the direction of a full division unification with WBA, IBF world champion Murodjon Akhmadaliev.