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Bryant Jennings Landed 42% of His Power on Szpilka

Heavyweight contender Bryant Jennings movement and damaging body attack too much for Artue Szpilka, who averaged just 37 punches thrown per round, landing 24%.  Jennings averaged 42 punches thrown per round, while landing 46% of his power shots.

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by mshap on 01-27-2014

Jennings showed some promise but has to do more than beat a glorified club fighter to get my attention....

Comment by Weebler I on 01-27-2014

[QUOTE=4Corners;14175606]Can't wait for Klitschko fans to hype up Jennings, who's decent I guess, better then most of these fat f**k heavyweights.[/QUOTE] There's no point in them hyping him until he beats someone legit. I think he can beat a top…

Comment by 4Corners on 01-27-2014

Can't wait for Klitschko fans to hype up Jennings, who's decent I guess, better then most of these fat f**k heavyweights.

Comment by rudy4pl on 01-27-2014

[QUOTE=jtown;14175345]I was there. Szpilka gassed out in the 10th (and consequentially left himself wide open) because he was trying to get the ko. What is not being reported is how Jennings was gassed early on and Szpilka didn't have time…

Comment by jtown on 01-27-2014

What Perez doesn't have is ko power, but then again neither does Jennings...Perez is a technician, has a durable chin, a high workrate and good defense so Jennings would lose on points.

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