CST80's Random Boxing Scorecards For Modern & Classic Matches Depot/Discussion Thread.

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  1. _Scott_

    _Scott_ Well-Known Member Full Member

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    10-9 was reasonable as well, but could understand people scoring that round 10-8. I had Ortiz up in the fight and scored round 7 10-9 as well.
     
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  2. Okin129

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    Wilder zerstörte deinen Ortiz ;):dancer2:.
     
  3. CST80

    CST80 Quod Aeterna Brutalis Staff Member

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    Here's my 2 cents.

    Round 1 Ortiz 10-9
    Round 2 Ortiz 10-9
    Round 3 Ortiz 10-9
    Round 4 Ortiz 10-9
    Round 5 Wilder 10-8
    Round 6 Wilder 10-9, close
    Round 7 Ortiz 10-8
    Round 8 Ortiz 10-9
    Round 9 Wilder 10-9, close
    Round 10 Wilder wins by KO
     
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  4. rorschach51

    rorschach51 Hood Rich Full Member

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    Is just posting scores okay for some fights? Because I don't have my round by round cards for all of them?
     
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  5. CST80

    CST80 Quod Aeterna Brutalis Staff Member

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    Sure, that' the point of this thread, its for people who watch old matches that have no RBR's on here and feel like leaving their score, or for more recent ones as well that do have RBR's not everyone wants to look up some small RBR for a card few watched. Whatever you want to post, post it here. If you watch a match, and scored it, write it down and throw it in the depot.
     
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  6. TSoprano

    TSoprano Boxing Addict Full Member

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    Accidentally I read some parts of the Joshua vs Parker RBR thread back again and noticed you scored the third round between Price and Povetkin a 8-8 round, which is impossible unless both fighters got points deducted. Seems you have a thing or two to learn about scoring a fight.
     
  7. f1ght3rz

    f1ght3rz Boxing Addict Full Member

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    R3 was a 10-9 round for Pricey. I took a look in my WORD doc with all fights and i scored it 10-9 Pricey finally, If i wrote 8-8 i must have been drunk oder out of my mind. I think i scored it 9-9 in the first place but corrected it later in my book. Happens. But has nothing to do with the case Wilder vs Ortiz Rd7. So better be quiet if you don't have to add something important to that one. Thanks.
     
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  8. rorschach51

    rorschach51 Hood Rich Full Member

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    I have way too many old scorecards to go back and try to add them all here again. So what I'll do is just add what I score here from today forward.

    Alexis Arguello vs Alfredo Escalera I (Janruary 28, 1978) (15 Rounds for the WBC Super-Featherweight Title)

    Round 1: 10-9 Escalera
    Round 2: 10-8 Arguello
    Round 3: 10-9 Arguello
    Round 4: 10-9 Arguello
    Round 5: 10-9 Arguello
    Round 6: 10-9 Arguello
    Round 7: 10-9 Arguello
    Round 8: 10-9 Arguello
    Round 9: 10-9 Arguello
    Round 10: 10-9 Escalera
    Round 11: 10-9 Arguello
    Round 12: 10-9 Escalera
    Round 13: TKO (on cuts at 2:36)

    My Score: 117-110 Arguello

    Official Scores: (118-112 Arguello ATOS) (117-110 Arguello ATOS) (116-111 Arguello ATOS)
    Winner: By 13th round Technical Knockout (on cuts) and winner of the Super-Featherweight Championship of the World, Alexis Arguello.

     
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  9. latineg

    latineg user of dude wipes Full Member

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    I have my score card for Spinks Tyson around here some where.
     
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  10. rorschach51

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    Matthew Saad Muhammad vs Richie Kates (February 10, 1978) (12 Rounds for the NABF Light-Heavyweight Title)

    Round 1: 10-9 Muhammad
    Round 2: 10-9 Muhammad
    Round 3: 10-9 Muhammad
    Round 4: 10-8 Kates
    Round 5: 10-8 Muhammad
    Round 6: TKO


    My Score: 48-45 Muhammad ATOS

    Official Scores: (N/A)

    Winner: By Technical Knockout to retain his NABF Light-Heavyweight Championship Matthew Saad Muhammad (known at the time by Matthew Franklin.)

    Kates threw a very sneaky counter headbutt after getting tagged hard by a MSM right in the first round, and landed in the clinch. Very obvious to the camera, yet very subtle at the same time made it look like momentum and the ref didn't catch it. Kates was slick, he gave then LHW Champ Victor Galindez all he could handle on 2 separate occasions coming up short both times. This was considered abig step up in competition for Muhammad at the time, however Saad had already fought and beat Marvin Johnson (in one of the greatest fights I've ever seen in their first fight) and Eddie Mustafa Muhammad who though Saad dropped early still lost a very close Split decision with. Not to mention Marvin Camel twice, (who he beat once by Split Decision & lost once by Majority Decision) and Mate Parlov twice (who he defeated once on points & had a draw the 2nd encounter, both times in Italy.) Point being Muhammad had already fought and beat excellent competition who I would argue were all better than Kates all in 23 fights, Kates being his 24th all before his 24th birthday. In his day on his run starting at Johnson 1 in July of 77' to the first Qawi fight December of 81' there wasn't a better more exciting fighter in the world than Matthew Saad Muhammad. The man was a real life Rocky Balboa, with a cast-iron chin, unbreakable will, and a punch that could put anyone to sleep. The man fought wars in the ring, and was never in a dull fight with most of his bouts available online being absolute action packed classics. This fight was no different.

     
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  11. rorschach51

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    Danny Lopez vs David Kotey II (February 15, 1978) (15 Rounds for the WBC Featherweight Title)

    Round 1: 10-9 Kotey
    Round 2: 10-9 Kotey
    Round 3: 10-9 Lopez
    Round 4: 10-9 Lopez
    Round 5: 10-9 Kotey
    Round 6: TKO

    My Score: 48-47 Kotey

    Official Scores: (N/A)
    Winner: By 6th round Technical Knockout to retain his Featherweight Championship of the World, Danny "Little Red" Lopez.

    Little Red has to be one of the hardest punchers in Featherweight history.



     
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  12. Angler Andrew

    Angler Andrew Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    Oh no doubt we seen enough of Wilder to know that these late KOs ain’t a fluke,amazing confidence in his own power to get the job done and against Ortiz n all.
    That said that particular fight with Washington was a British style stoppage at best.
     
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  13. Angler Andrew

    Angler Andrew Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    Lebedev looked out of it early on where he was getting rocked but once he overcame that he deserved a draw at the very least imo.
     
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  14. Angler Andrew

    Angler Andrew Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    Lol thought he was joking
     
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  15. Badbot

    Badbot Obsessed with Boxing Full Member

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    Wilder had these ridiculously though fights vs mediocre opposition, but he most definitely improved immensely.
    I remember Wilder trying to box vs Stiverne and i was somewhat shocked. I never expected him to know how to use his height and reach or to even try and do so.
    Szpilka, Molina and Duhaupas gave him great lessons and those paid off vs Ortiz.

    Wilder is a lot better than people think. His technique is ****, but he has a lot of craft.
     
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