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CompuBox: Bradley's Jab and High Activity The Keys

WBO welterweight champion Timothy Bradley's jab and higher activity rate was the difference in this fight, earning him a twelve round split decision over Juan Manuel Marquez with scores of 115-113, 116-112 - with the third judge giving Marquez the win with a score of 115-113.

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by lfc19titles on 10-15-2013

[QUOTE=skinnystev;13841255]JMM far outlanded bradley in power punches showing he clearly won the fight you can't win a fight with pity pat jabs unless the fix is in which it was in this case at least 1 judge got it right…

Comment by wesk81 on 10-15-2013

Bradley won no need for compubox, in my unbiased Chicano opinion.

Comment by DublEdgeBanger on 10-15-2013

[QUOTE=daddymon;13842743]If I hit you 10 times in 1round and you hit me with 2 so call power punches without a knock down. Then I think I should win that round. That is how fights are scored right?[/QUOTE] Yeah, of course.…

Comment by IronDanHamza on 10-14-2013

Jab was definitely the key. A lot of close rounds in the fight. Only clear dominant rounds were 5,6 and 7 for Bradley but in most of the close rounds Bradley landed more punches and very clean with the jab.…

Comment by skinnystev on 10-14-2013

bradleys punches are so light he has never knocked another fighter down could not hurt pacquiao could not hurt provodnikov could not hurt JMM

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