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 Last update:  12/8/2013       Read more by CompuBox         
   
Agbeko's Poor Output Nearly Breaks CompuBox Record
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Joseph Agbeko landed 48 punches all night! (4 per round)- the second lowest total for a twelve round title fight in CompuBox's 28 year history (Randall Bailey's 45 landed punches vs. Devon Alexander is the record). Agbeko landed an avg. of 28 punches per round in his four wars with Abner Mares and Yonnhy Perez. Guillermo Rigondeaux's last 6 opponents landed just 16% of their total punches- #1 among all active championship caliber fighters.

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Tags: Guillermo Rigondeaux , Joseph Agbeko , Rigondeaux-Agbeko , Rigondeaux vs. Agbeko


 

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comment by Rubencjr, on 12-09-2013
You should go watch tough man contests. Fat sloppy dudes throwing hay makers.

comment by Pound4PoundStud, on 12-09-2013
[QUOTE=TylerLim]You will never see rigonslow on TV again. :fest30:[/QUOTE] EPIC FAIL. Get your eyes checked, cause there is nothing "slow" about Rigondeaux. The man is blazing fast. Were this not true his opponents (Especially fast handed Nonito) would have much higher connect rates.

comment by Duckweather Jr., on 12-09-2013
You will never see rigonslow on TV again. If you like that stuff go watch amateurs. Also the guy is a child in a midgets body of course it will be hard to find any competition at 122, unless he plans on fighting in auswhitz. :fest30:

comment by HanzGruber, on 12-09-2013
[QUOTE=DoktorSleepless]Grats to Rigo for breaking the record against a c-level fighter and also knocking out a c-level fighter on the same night. Truly amazing stuff. I wish all fighters would have more exciting record breaking performances like Rigo.[/QUOTE] Yea, maybe he should fight old was...

comment by -Kev-, on 12-09-2013
The worst performance i've ever seen was Ward vs Dawson. Although it was only 10 rounds out of a scheduled 12, Dawson was on his way to breaking this record. He landed 29 punches in 10 rounds, and didn't look like he'd finish with any where near 45. He threw 187 punches.

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