the what fights did you watch today\scorecard thread.

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  1. AlFrancis

    AlFrancis Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    Mando Ramos vs Sugar Ramos
    This really was a great fight. I wasn't really in line with the judges here particularly referee John Thomas who scored it to Sugar. All three scored it razor thin. I had it 8-2 in rounds, possibly 7-3 but my scorecard doesn't really tell the story of the fight which was bitterly fought throughout. I just thought Mando's work was a bit cleaner and he landed the sharper shots. You might not agree with that though looking at Mando's face at the end. For the record I scored rounds 7 and 9 to Sugar. I wrote tough next to round 4. A must watch.
     
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  2. AlFrancis

    AlFrancis Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    I'll talk about that fight tomorrow.
     
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  3. AlFrancis

    AlFrancis Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    After watching the Ramos's I came across this gem. I really enjoyed watching this with all the build up. I didn't really know a lot about this fight apart from Sugar won a split decision. Seems it was pretty controversial. Some great highlight footage from every round and well worth watching.
     
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  4. roughdiamond

    roughdiamond Ridin' the rails Full Member

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    I actually had the same score as you a while back posted. Yours makes us a slightly larger minority here.

    I also watched this ages ago, but didn't score. A very good, enjoyable fight. I think I though Robertson won, from what I'd seen.
     
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  5. scartissue

    scartissue Boxing Addict Full Member

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    George, scored this just a couple of months back, this is what I wrote. BTW, I also provided a link which has now expired:

    Sat down and watched the **** Tiger v Henry Hank fight today out of MSG. Terrific fight. No point in tabulating scoring here because I had it 9-0-1 for Tiger, giving only the 8th round even. One might also dispute the 4th round which was very close but I still felt Tiger did enough. Official scores were 8-1-1, 9-0-1 and 10-0. But don't look at the scores and figure it was one-sided, because every round was close. Hank came along in a very competitive and rough era. Today, I would see him with multiple titles. Anyways, enjoy if you can open the link. I would also point out checking out at 40:48 of this link. It was the 10th round and these two exchanged left hooks that made me yell, "Whoooooa!"
     
  6. scartissue

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    Al, I had given Sugar rounds 4, 7, 8 and 9 with the 3rd round even for a 5-4 scorecard for Mando Ramos on the California scoring system. I just thought it was a brilliant fight and with the ebb and flow of this fight it was a toughie to score. No one is wrong in this one.
     
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  7. scartissue

    scartissue Boxing Addict Full Member

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    George, I scored this a while back, but I think it's still valid.

    Ruben Olivares vs. Alexis Arguello through 12 rounds, California scoring of one point for a winning round and none for an even round.

    Round 1: Even
    Round 2: Arguello
    Round 3: Olivares
    Round 4: Olivares
    Round 5: Arguello
    Round 6: Even
    Round 7: Olivares
    Round 8: Olivares
    Round 9: Olivares
    Round 10: Olivares
    Round 11: Olivares
    Round 12: Olivares
    Round 13: KO for Arguello

    Total: 8-2 Olivares through 12 completed rounds

    Quite amazing the way Olivares at 5'5" put the hurt on the 5'10" Arguello. Walking into that shot in the 13th is a rough way to go when Ruben carried the heavy freight for most of the fight.
     
  8. AlFrancis

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    It did look like Robertson was unlucky.
     
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  9. George Crowcroft

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    Rubén Olivares SD12 Art Hafey
    1974-03-04, Non Title Fight
    Official Cards: 7-5, 4-8, 10-2

    Rd. RO : AH
    1. 10 : 9
    2. 10 : 9
    3. 10 : 9
    4. 10 : 9 (40-36)
    5. 10 : 9
    6. 9 : 10
    7. 10 : 9
    8. 9 : 10 (78-74)
    9. 9 : 10
    10. 8 : 10
    11. 10 : 9
    12. 10 : 9 (115-112)

    Heavy KD on the 10th. Excellent boxing here from Olivares. Good swarming from Hafey, close decision for Olivares was correct. Good to see Rubén come back and avenge the first fight.
     
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  10. roughdiamond

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    Johnny Bratton vs Bobby Dykes

    Bratton : Dykes

    R1: KO

    Brilliant right hand counter to score the first knockdown. Bratton then follows up, smooth yet explosive, for a highlight reel right hand KO. This was an extremely impressive victory over a real good opponent, and Bratton looked very aesthetic whilst in action.


     
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    Johnny Bratton vs Ike Williams

    No score, as it is a short clip.

    From what is seen here, Bratton tries hard, and performs well for a short while, with his usual swagger and awesome movement. However, the great Ike Williams catches up to him and proceeds to fracture his jaw, and then appears to lay a horrendously destructive beating on his game opponent. Bratton is eventually pulled out for his own safety.

     
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  12. scartissue

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    George, I've scored this twice. here is what I wrote:

    Ruben Olivares v Art Hafey II

    I've seen this fight before and I never knew what the beef was on this one. I know Richard Steele's score came under fire but I can see his score. This is California scoring, one point for a round, none for even and an extra point for a knockdown.

    Round 1: Even
    Round 2: Olivares
    Round 3: Olivares
    Round 4: Olivares
    Round 5: Olivares
    Round 6: Olivares
    Round 7: Olivares
    Round 8: Even (I think I scored this round even because Art was getting closer and I was getting embarrassed scoring all these for Ruben LOL)
    Round 9: Olivares
    Round 10: Hafey (scores a knockdown)
    Round 11: Hafey
    Round 12: Olivares

    Total: 8-3 Olivares

    I thought Ruben fought a brilliant fight where he turned matador. After getting knocked out by Hafey previously he demonstrated that he wasn't just a banger and he came prepared for this one. He really was so versatile and so very underrated at 126.
     
  13. Mario040481

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    About 2 wks to a month ago, I believe it was in this thread that someone mentioned Tony Lopez vs John John Molina 1 (2 and 3 as well) and that they'd watched it in a split file version. I believe the person may've said something about purchasing that fight, or maybe it was the other two fights, and i imagine by now they most likely are not in need of this but, who knows. I spliced, or maybe the correct term would be unspliced, the five pieces the fight was originally upped to YT in. For those who may not know, to change the video quality on YouTube vids click the little gear symbol at bottom right and select quality, this is in 720p, but not as embedded here, must be done manually
     
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    Watched what I believe was a Nicaraguan documentary on that fight (the segment may've been from a larger doc) not long ago & Arguello says Olivares hurt him repeatedly, almost stopping him at one point
     
  15. roughdiamond

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    @Henry Hank @PhillyPhan69
     


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