the what fights did you watch today\scorecard thread.

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  1. George Crowcroft

    George Crowcroft The Cobra Will Always Bite Back... Full Member

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    Myung-Woo Yuh SD12 Leo Gamez
    1990-04-29, WBA LFly Title

    Larry Hazzard Jr 117-115
    Luis Rivera 116-113
    Medardo Villalobos 114-116
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    Relatively slow start from Yuh. I'm finding he does a similar thing to Chocolatito, in that he tends to weigh things up in the first. Shakey start from Yuh, though. Gamez' movement really gave him issues. The momentum swung pretty heavily through the mid rounds, even though Gamez took the 8th, it was virtually just a second wind. Which Yuh's ridiculous pace quickly snuffed out.

    Don't see how this was controversial. Gamez didn't do enough late to take this one.
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    Rd. Yuh : LG
    1. 9 : 10
    2. 9 : 10
    3. 9 : 10
    4. 10 : 10 (37-40)
    5. 10 : 9
    6. 10 : 9
    7. 10 : 9
    8. 9 : 10 (76-77)
    9. 10 : 9
    10. 10 : 9
    11. 10 : 9
    12. 10 : 9 (116-113)
     
  2. Henry Hank

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    Yuh was amazing make sure you watch both fights with Demarco specially the first one who i have in my top 100 , the second is pretty good too just not as good as the first but also worth a watch.
     
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    Added. Thanks.
     
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  4. George Crowcroft

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    Myung-Woo Yuh TKO7 Hisashi Tokushima
    1990-01-14, WBA LFly Title

    Silvestre Abainza 60-52
    Larry Hazzard 59-50
    Narcisco Macachor 60-51
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    First two rounds were meh, the next few were insane! 6&7 were as one-sided as it gets. Yuh found his groove then layed it on him. Tokushima was game but had no choice to succumb.

    Why do all of the world level South-Koreans I've seen have styles that are family friendly as ****?
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    Rd. Yuh : HY
    1. 10 : 10
    2. 10 : 9
    3. 10 : 9 (30-28)
    4. 10 : 8
    5. 10 : 7
    6. 10 : 8 (60-51)
     
  5. George Crowcroft

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    Myung-Woo Yuh UD15 Mario Alberto Demarco
    1986-11-30, WBA LFly Title

    Bill McConkey 145-140
    Lou Moret 146-139
    Larry Rozadilla 146-140
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    You know the hyperbolic phrase: "non stop action"? This is ACTUALLY that...

    I don't know anything Demarco aside from a cersery Boxrec. This kid was game as ****. He went straight at Yuh; bobbing, weaving and throwing all but the kitchen sink.

    Yuh was just adaptive and frequent. He threw whatever worked to get around Demarco's guard and at such a high pace, it worked. His defence was still sublime, but obviously an offensive based fighter is gonna get hit a lot.

    Wasn't hard to score, since I wasn't really bothered about the card. Moreso the action that was happening.

    Courtesy of Mr. Hank.

    Seriously. Everyone should see this. It's 45 minutes of straight war.
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    Rd. Yuh : MAD
    1. 9 : 10
    2. 9 : 10
    3. 10 : 10
    4. 10 : 9
    5. 9 : 10 (47-49)
    6. 10 : 9
    7. 10 : 9
    8. 9 : 10
    9. 10 : 10
    10. 9 : 10 (96-97)
    11. 10 : 9
    12. 10 : 9
    13. 10 : 9
    14. 10 : 9
    15. 9 : 10 (145-143)

     
  6. George Crowcroft

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    Miguel Canto SD15 Betulio González
    1975-05-24, WBC Fly Title

    Jay Edson 147-144
    Rafael Cartaya 144-145
    Jose Juan Guerra 149-146
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    I once said this was a bull**** SD. No way was it that close. To which I agree, last time I had it 148-137 for Canto, this time I had it exactly the same... And the, again, rounds which González won were close enough to go either way imo, and pondered giving them to Canto.

    Betulio really got outclassed here. Back then, he was a pressure fighter more than a countering guy and he'd already beat Canto(which I'd love to see film of), however Miguel showed he'd improved since the first fight fight and shut him down. Aside from scarcely landing a left hook, he didn't do much aside from unsuccessfully crowd Canto.

    Canto was firing on all cylinders here, when González had an opening, Canto'd turn the angle and move. Whenever González got complacent on defence, Canto'd snap a sharp left hook in his face. When González tried to turn it up, Canto jabbed, stayed calm and acted the matador. My favourite part though was watching Canto fight on the inside with González, he made it look easy. His guard and reflexes shot Betulio down whilst letting him mix his left hooks upstairs and down, and work an exquisite, short right uppercut. Masterful job from El Maestro.
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    Rd. MC : BG
    1. 10 : 9
    2. 10 : 9
    3. 10 : 9
    4. 10 : 9
    5. 10 : 9 (50-45)
    6. 10 : 9
    7. 10 : 9
    8. 10 : 9
    9. 10 : 9
    10. 10 : 9 (100-90)
    11. 10 : 9
    12. 10 : 9
    13. 9 : 10
    14. 10 : 9
    15. 9 : 10 (148-137)

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  7. scartissue

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    Man, I miss 15 rounders
     
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    You wanna reminisce?
    The one Hank mentioned. It's absolutely mental.

     
  9. George Crowcroft

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    George Chuvalo KO7 Jerry Quarry
    1969-12-12, Non Title Fight
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    Two brawlers? In a tiny ring? Yeah, of course this was an amazing fight. I'm really warming to Jerry, and I always liked George, so this was a really fun one for me.

    Quarry, the classier boxer, came out looking to move and counter; box. He tried. He didn't succeed. Chuvalo dragged him into a brawl, and a damn good one! Chuvalo's superior workrate and whiskers are what took this.

    Y'know what they say; "in a brawl, pick the guy with the better chin". Prime example of the old. cliché.
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    Rd. GC : JQ
    1. 9 : 10
    2. 10 : 9
    3. 10 : 9 (29-28)
    4. 9 : 10
    5. 10 : 9
    6. 10 : 10 (58-57)

     
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    scartissue Boxing Addict Full Member

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    I'll definitely have to check it out. But today I decided I just wanted to look at a rock-em-sock-em bout and I elected on the bout between Rockin' Robin Blake and Tony 'The Tiger' Baltazar. This is the kind of fight you want to just sit back and enjoy...but of course I ended up scoring it as well. Every punch had mayhem written all over it.

    Round 1: 10-9 Blake
    Round 2: 10-9 Blake
    Round 3: 10-9 Baltazar
    Round 4: 10-9 Blake
    Round 5: 10-9 Blake
    Round 6: 10-9 Blake
    Round 7: 10-9 Baltazar (Great round)
    Round 8: 10-8 Blake (scores a knockdown and the ref disallows a KD scored by Baltazar - great round)
    Round 9: Blake drops Tony twice and fight is stopped

    Total (through 8 completed rounds): 78-73 Blake

    Tony is constantly trying to nail Blake with his signature left hook but around the 7th I noticed him starting to use his lead right - the punch to use against a southpaw - and connecting. He should have started that earlier. The severe cut he picked up early in the fight (it was so bad he was bleeding again before leaving his corner) just drained him. And against Blake's rapid combos something had to give. Great fight. I should also mention that the KD disallowed by the ref was BS. That was as legitimate a KD as you will see.
     
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    Joe Frazier RTD4 Ron Stander
    1972-05-25, WBC/WBA HW Title
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    Joe weighing in at 217 was never gonna work. Even so, Stander was not an opponent to look that hittable against. He didn't even look that bad. He looked like an aging fighter, who was overweight... Which is exactly what he was.

    Made for a fun fight, though.
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    Rd. JF : RS
    1. 10 : 9
    2. 10 : 9
    3. 10 : 9
    4. 10 : 9 (40-36)

     
  12. George Crowcroft

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    Juan Manuel Márquez KO6 Manny Pacquiao
    2012-12-08, Non-Title Fight

    Adalaide Byrd 46-47
    John Keane 46-47
    Steve Weisfeld 46-47
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    An old Márquez turns back the clock and knocks whatever was left of a prime Pacquiao the **** out. The greatest win of his era and the a pivotal moment in his career.

    Who doesn't love Márquez?
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    Rd. JMM : Pac
    1. 10 : 9
    2. 9 : 10
    3. 10 : 8
    4. 9 : 10
    5. 8 : 10 (46-47)
     
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  13. Mendoza

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    YIKES. Box Rec is now allowing their users to score fights.
     
  14. salsanchezfan

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    Alan Minter SD15 Vito Antuofermo

    For starters, I thought they got the wrong winner. It was a close fight, somewhat hard to score, but here's how I had it:

    1. Minter
    2. Minter
    3. Minter
    4. Minter
    5. Vito
    6. Vito
    7. Vito
    8. Even
    9. Vito
    10. Minter
    11. Vito
    12. Vito
    13. Minter
    14. Vito (10-8, push/knockdown that you had to count)
    15. Minter

    Using the 10-point must system, 143-142 Antuofermo for me. Of note was just how much Vito made Minter miss. Minter had success with his jab but either fell short with his left cross (southpaw) or later had it sail over the top of Vito's head. Vito did what Vito always did, start slowly and bring the ugly as the rounds progressed. I thought it worked enough to get him the decision, though only barely.

    It's hard to come up with an effective fight plan against a guy like Vito, who throws punches like a swimmer doing a dog-paddle. He's almost offensive to watch he's so artless, but I like him. He makes ugly work, and he's so awkward and so unpredictable that his attack is almost impossible to time and react to in the moment, so you find yourself getting dragged down to his level to a large degree. Even Hagler suffered this fate in their first fight, though he seemed to do a bit better than Minter overall and yet Minter gets the nod where he didn't. Doesn't seem at all fair, but that's boxing.
     
  15. scartissue

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    Sal, we're pretty close on this one. This is how I had it at last viewing and what I wrote:

    Vito Antuofermo v Alan Minter I

    Round 1: 10-9 Minter
    Round 2: 10-9 Minter
    Round 3: 10-9 Minter
    Round 4: 10-9 Minter
    Round 5: 10-9 Vito
    Round 6: 10-9 Vito
    Round 7: 10-10 Even
    Round 8: 10-9 Vito
    Round 9: 10-9 Minter
    Round 10: 10-9 Vito
    Round 11: 10-9 Vito
    Round 12: 10-9 Vito
    Round 13: 10-10 Even
    Round 14: 10-8 Vito (disagreed with the knockdown but the ref counted it)
    Round 15: 10-9 Vito

    Total: 145-141 Antuofermo

    Antuofermo's style can be unappetizing at best. A crowding/mugging style that is lacking in finesse, but nonetheless effective. I felt his mugging style and explosive punches negated Minter's effective jab. The knockdown was dubious. Minter looked like he may have tangled his legs when that punch/push came in. Hard to say. But I do think Antuofermo got robbed here.
     
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