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CompuBox: Donaire More Accurate, Darchinyan Busier

Cautious rematch between power punchers.  Nonito Donaire was more selective with his shots, landing 52% of his non-jabs.  Vic Darchinyan, ahead on all cards thru eight rounds, was the busier fighter.

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Souwester on 11-12-2013

[QUOTE=loui_ludwig;13921028]Darchinyan was throwing a lot but some of them were hitting Donaire's gloves.[/QUOTE] Yeah he barely did any damage.

Comment by bojangles1987 on 11-12-2013

[QUOTE=puga;13922711]nonito was definitely losing on the cards.. and that monkey stunt " pulling on that rope when he got dazed was just to say " hey im so arrogant, i still showboat even with little things" was so lame[/QUOTE] And…

Comment by bojangles1987 on 11-12-2013

[QUOTE=dan_cov;13919806]I'm expected to believe Darchinyan only landed 52 punches total over 9 rounds? I know Compubox isn't very accurate but still.[/QUOTE] Neither guy threw or landed much. Darchinyan was landing the noticeable punches much more often, but still wasn't throwing…

Comment by puga on 11-12-2013

nonito was definitely losing on the cards.. and that monkey stunt " pulling on that rope when he got dazed was just to say " hey im so arrogant, i still showboat even with little things" was so lame

Comment by loui_ludwig on 11-11-2013

Darchinyan was throwing a lot but some of them were hitting Donaire's gloves.

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