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Old 01-28-2013, 08:42 PM   #5
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Default Re: What is the most misleading stat in boxing?

Originally Posted by BlueBottle View Post
For me the stats on power punches. It seems any non-jab is considered a power and that is misleading when some boxers, in particular the inside fighter, is just throwing arm punches.

Anything besides a jab is a power punch.

But also the fact punch stats landed are very mis leading. I use them mostly for how many punches thrown.

You can somewhat use them for how many a fighter missed, if he was only counted for landing less than 10% of his punches.

Ex. Tarver vs Jones Rounds 3-6. Tarver was registered as throwing only 25 "power punches" and landing only 4 if I remember correctly.
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