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CompuBox: Chris Algieri Lands More, Far More Busier

Fighting most of the fight with a closed right eye, undefeated Chris Algieri pulled off the upset win on the cards of two judges by being the busier (83 punches thrown per round) and more accurate fighter.  Ruslan Provodnikov clearly landed the harder punches all fight.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by beast702 on 06-16-2014

[QUOTE=Weltschmerz;14666629]Looking at the final punch stat report, Algieri in fact does not land 'far more'. He lands slightly more overall. And Provodnikov was the 'busier' fighter throughout.[/QUOTE] So I guess landing 80 more punches and throwing 200 more means Algieri…

Comment by BrushMyHair. on 06-16-2014

[QUOTE=Check_hooks;14666752]I rather get hit by 100 Algeiri punches than 1 Ruslan right hook This ain't the amatuers, power matters[/QUOTE] I'd take 1 right hook, it is just one punch and it is over sooner.

Comment by Check_hooks on 06-16-2014

I rather get hit by 100 Algeiri punches than 1 Ruslan right hook This ain't the amatuers, power matters

Comment by bosdurgen on 06-16-2014

[QUOTE=dmlarge;14666617]Roach dropped the ball on this one, I blame this lost on Roach, The only thing he said correct the whole night was, your gonna need a knockout. Rule #1 never follow a pure boxer, worst part was learn to…

Comment by Dirk Diggler UK on 06-16-2014

[QUOTE=Weltschmerz;14666629]Looking at the final punch stat report, Algieri in fact does not land 'far more'. He lands slightly more overall. And [B]Provodnikov was the 'busier' fighter throughout[/B].[/QUOTE] Are you blind? Plodding forward and landing an occasional hook is not busier.…

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