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Old 07-29-2011, 06:21 PM   #991
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Wlad-Byrd II '06

Round 1: Byrd 10-9

Round 2: Wlad 10-9

Round 3: Wlad 10-9

Round 4: Wlad 10-9

Round 5: Wlad 10-8 (Can it be scored 10-7, because Byrd was dropped, then took a brutal beating?)

Round 6: Wlad 10-8 (Byrd takes a beating)

Round 7: Brutal 2nd knockdown of Byrd, followed by ref stoppage on brutal cuts.

Total: Wlad 59-53
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Old 07-30-2011, 03:40 PM   #992
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Wlad-Brewster II '07

Round 1: Wlad 10-9

Round 2: Wlad 10-9

Round 3: Wlad 10-9

Round 4: Wlad 10-9

Round 5: Wlad 10-9

Round 6: Wlad 10-8 (sheer domination)

Lamon's trainer throws in the towel.

Total: Wlad 60-53
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Old 07-30-2011, 04:28 PM   #993
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Wlad-Brewster II '07

Round 1: Wlad 10-9

Round 2: Wlad 10-9

Round 3: Wlad 10-9

Round 4: Wlad 10-9

Round 5: Wlad 10-9

Round 6: Wlad 10-8 (sheer domination)

Lamon's trainer throws in the towel.

Total: Wlad 60-53
Do you only watch HW fights?
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Old 07-30-2011, 04:49 PM   #994
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Do you only watch HW fights?
No.

I've just recently started scoring fights i watch in this topic, & lately they all happen to be at Heavyweight.
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Old 07-31-2011, 09:28 PM   #995
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Martinez/Williams I
115-114 Martinez.
Scored the first 10-10.
Martinez took an early lead with Williams making a comback.
The key round was the 11th which I gave to Martinez. I thought about scoring it 10-10.
At first glance I thought the slip that found Martinez on the canvis in the 12th was a clean knockdown, but after watching it over again. I think the ref made the right call.
I'm not going to be claming that the result was a robbery it was a close fight.
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Old 08-01-2011, 12:52 PM   #996
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Wlad-Rahman '08

Round 1: Wlad 10-9

Round 2: Wlad 10-9

Round 3: Wlad 10-8 (Jabtastic domination)

Round 4: Wlad 10-9

Round 5: Wlad 10-9

Round 6: Wlad 10-7 (Rahman dropped, & takes a battering)

Round 7: Ref jumps in to rescue a staggering Rahman against the ropes.

Total: Wlad 60-51
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Old 08-01-2011, 06:45 PM   #997
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M-J

1: 10-9 - M landing all the clean shots, J is very ineffective
2: 10-9 - more of the same great right hand by M at the start snaps J's head back.
3: 9-10 - decent round by M, holding the centre and landing good combos. J did land a good shot about a minute in and had a good last half minute this round the better shots came form J.
4: 10-9 - another good effort by John, but again the cleaner work is coming from M, J fought well on the back foot but M pressured well at times with good body work.
5: 10-9 - brilliant display by marquez so far, he's consistently coming out on top of all the exchanges, forcing john to back away, miss, come in and get beaten to the punch.
6: 9-10 - better round by John who timed marquez well and was able to beat him to the punch and get out of range afterwards.
7: 10-9 - good work by marquez here, he is more intelligent with his work and shows good aggression backing john up. john is not able to time marquez and it makes me think juan took round 5 off.
8: 10-9 - good work by both fighters here, but more of it again coming from marquez, his combination punching is very good and john can't handle it too well.
9: 10-9 - good exchanges in this round, John seems content with the work he's doing but he's constantly being beaten to the punch and is coming out second best in the majority of exchanges
10: 9-9 - M deducted a point for hitting marquez with a body shot on the belt and got caught by a flush combo with about 30 seconds left, that aside he controlled the round with a superior display of combo throwing and counter punching
11: 8-10 - M deducted another point for a body shot on the belt. J's defence was quite solid in this round and he landed some very good shots on a clearly frustrated M who looked quite sloppy
12: 9-10 - M starts really strong in this round but after about the minute mark John starts to out box him to a good finish for the final round.

114-112
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Old 08-01-2011, 06:58 PM   #998
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No.

I've just recently started scoring fights i watch in this topic, & lately they all happen to be at Heavyweight.
yes i feel the same (in terms of the bigger picture) since I found all my old scorecards and gathered them together i've began storing the rbr's on here each time i watch a fight for scoring purposes. it's a great way to archive your stuff
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M-N

1: 10-9 - cagey first round, norwood stalking with his slippery stance and marquez jabbing off the back foot later in the round M gets a couple of decent combos in.
2: 8-10 - beautiful counter left by norwood dropping M early on. norwood lands some good lefts later in the round also.
3: 10-9 - norwood fighting very negative this round and still being caught with clean shots by M.
4: 10-9 - marquez again chasing N round the ring and still landing some good combos on him. N lands a flashy 1-2 but aside from that did nothing of note.
5: 10-9 - again N being very negative, lands a good combo early on but then for the rest of the round retreats and still gets tagged regularly by M.
6: 10-9 - another frustrating round, norwood thinking he can win by landing one clean shot and avoiding everything marquez throws at him, not realising that M's shots are still getting through.
7: 9-10 - norwood alnded some cracking counters this round whilst slipping the majority of M's punches.
8: 10-9 - good round by marquez, landing his right hand consistently throughout the round, denied a clear kd.
9: 10-8 - good round by marquez again, landing good combos and dropping norwood just before the bell.
10: 10-9 - marquez again dictating the action, norwood fighting a very defensive fight but still being caught by marquez.
11: 9-10 - norwood lands some good shots on marquez and slips out of the way of most of the return fire.
12: 10-9 - very scruffy round, norwood lands some eye catching lefts but for the most part is on the back foot being tagged as he tries slipping.

116-110
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Lennox Lewis v Vitali Klitschko
Round 1: Vitali 10-9

Round 2: Vitali 10-9

Round 3: Lewis 10-9

Round 4: Vitali 10-9

Round 5: Vitali 10-9

Round 6: Lewis 10-9
Fight stopped during the round break because of a wicked cut on Vitali's eyebrow, which is a shame, because he would've taken the decision. His jab work against Lewis was really good, and that is primarily what won him his rounds. Lewis looked very sloppy and unready for the fight, but he did a decent job on working on that cut, which won him the fight.

Total: 58-56 - Vitali, before the stoppage.
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Old 08-02-2011, 02:08 PM   #1001
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Fernando Vargas - Ike Quartey

1. 10-9 Vargas
2. 10-9 Vargas
3. 10-9 Quartey
4. 9-9 Even (Vargas point deduction for lowblow)
5. 10-9 Quartey
6. 10-9 Vargas
7. 10-9 Vargas
8. 10-9 Vargas
9. 10-9 Quartey
10. 10-9 Vargas
11. 10-9 Vargas
12. 10-9 Vargas

116-111 Vargas

Great fight, early on it looked like Quartey just couldn't deal with the volume of punches Vargas was throwing. I was thinking half way through why it didn't get FOTY then I checked the year
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Old 08-02-2011, 02:23 PM   #1002
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Benn - Eubank 2

1.Benn 10-9
2.Benn 10-9
3.Benn 10-9
4.Benn 10-9
5.Eubank 10-9
6.Eubank 10-8 (deduction for lowblow)
7.Even 10-10
8.Benn 10-9
9.Benn 10-9
10.Benn 10-9
11.Eubank 10-9
12.Eubank 10-9

115-113 Benn

Lot of s****py work but Benn was landing the more crisp effective blows early, lot of Eubanks shots were missing, his timing seemed to be off. Thought Benn won quite clearly, the rounds Eubank won on my card were close rounds that could have gone either way, not sure what the judges saw.
Bobby Czyz (Showtime)...
1-Eubank
2-Benn
3-Eubank
4-Benn
5-Eubank
6-Eubank
7-Eubank
8-Benn
9-Even
10-Benn
11-Eubank
12-Benn

(Benn-1)

115-113 Eubank

My EXACT card, too. And the EXACT card of official judge Harry Gibbs, too!
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Old 08-02-2011, 02:35 PM   #1003
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Bobby Czyz (Showtime)...
1-Eubank
2-Benn
3-Eubank
4-Benn
5-Eubank
6-Eubank
7-Eubank
8-Benn
9-Even
10-Benn
11-Eubank
12-Benn

(Benn-1)

115-113 Eubank

My EXACT card, too. And the EXACT card of official judge Harry Gibbs, too!
Fair enough

I just though Benns workrate was higher and his punches more meaningful and effective throughout the early rounds, I'd be interested to see the punchstats but I can't find them.
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Old 08-04-2011, 03:09 PM   #1004
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Lewis-Tucker '93

Round 1: Tucker 10-9

Round 2: Lewis 10-9

Round 3: Lewis 10-8 (Tucker down from a nuclear righthand)

Round 4: Lewis 10-9

Round 5: Lewis 10-9

Round 6: Lewis 10-9

Round 7: Even 10-10

Round 8: Lewis 10-9 (Amazing slugfest round)

Round 9: Lewis 10-8 (Tucker down)

Round 10: Tucker 10-9

Round 11: Tucker 10-9

Round 12: Lewis 10-9

Total: Lewis 117-110
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Old 08-04-2011, 05:08 PM   #1005
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Benn - Eubank II is so fresh in memory though I was about ten years old at the time. I've realised since that sometimes the world will seem to stand still when there's a fight the ordinary British public gets its teeth into; Benn-McClellen was unreal...sadly it's tailed off since boxing disappeared from terrestrial TV. I've never watched Eubank-Benn II since but it seemed a mild robbery at the time. I'll have to revisit soon.

Recent viewings:

Morales - Zaragoza
Chitilada - Kittikasem I

Watched Whitaker - Chavez also for the very first time, had it 116-112 Whitaker, I have seen worse robberies though, notably Fenech - Nelson I which I saw lately. That was a ****ing disgrace. At least on the Whitaker bout none of the judges gave it to Chavez like one did in the first Randall fight. After 7 rounds I could have made an argument for Chavez being a point or so up.
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