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    an upset decision

    "he was disqualified on an upset decision."

    does it mean that the decision of the judges led to a controversy and was a bit unfair?
    or that the disqualification was hard to take for the competitor?

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    Re: an upset decision

    A surprising or unexpected decision.

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