MMA Junkie is reporting that Vinicius Queiroz's manager has filed a complaint with the Florida State Boxing Commission on behalf of his client following his loss to Alexander Volkov at Bellator 80.
According to the report, Queiroz’s management felt that referee James Warring played a role in the outcome of the fight. "[Referee James] Warring could have contributed to [and] altered the result of the fight after he ordered the fighters to rise up with [after] only 15 seconds [on the ground] … in a moment that was favorable for Vincius. MMA means also fighting on the ground. Getting a takedown and dominating the ground also adds points to the fight."
Issues began in the first round when Queiroz’s scored a takedown following a flurry from Volkov. While working from the closed guard, Queiroz tried to create separation by grinding his head into the chin/chest of Volkov. Moments later the fight was stood up and Warring warned Queiroz not to use his head in that manner.