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Charlo's Jab Was Key Weapon in Beating Rosado

Breakout performance for Jermell Charlo, who landed 10 jabs per round, double the 154-lb avg.   Charlos's accurate stick (39%) produced a power punch connect pct. of 62%.  When a fighter lands 62% of his power shots, he's going to win most (if not all) fights. Gabe Rosado, bothered but yet another badly cut left eye, landed just eight power shots per round (21%).

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

Charlo seems to have a considerable upside but let's face it, he beat a once B+ level guy who was just a shell of what he once was -- Rosado was plain terrible -- looked like he completely forgot how…

Comment by CJ_Ross on 01-27-2014

Looking forward to the other Charlo twin's fight this weekend. The brothers seem like they will be forces to be reckoned with

Comment by Nomadic on 01-27-2014

I though Charlo looked good, he stood behind his jab, granted Gabe was a punching bag, but he looked solid for an up and comer.

Comment by nycsmooth on 01-27-2014

Sorry, Charlo does not impress me & an "opponent" type as Gabe, which was the reason the fight was made...he had NO chance of winning...

Comment by anonymous2.0 on 01-27-2014

Jabs, 101 to 15? I like and respect the heart of Rosado but those numbers are something to be embarrassed by. Charlo had a reputation with working behind the jab pretty much exclusively, why weren't you able to take that…

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