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CompuBox Historical Review: Lara vs. Hernandez Clash

Junior middleweight contender Freddy Hernandez threw more power shots per round that Erislandy Lara did total punches. Lara hits harder and has faced the much tougher opposition.

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by chubano on 06-30-2012

I hope Lara can put a good show, but the other guy has two hands too, anything can happen.

Comment by Tmann400 on 06-30-2012

[QUOTE=$mannyFresh;12293249]It's usually a stretch saying a fighter will put someone down in the first but that's not the case with this one. Lara needs to steal the show tonight and we've seen plenty of times what this wave of Cuban…

Comment by $mannyFresh on 06-30-2012

[QUOTE=Tmann400;12293217]Lara is much better defensively then Berto. Actually, IMO Lara is just a better fighter period then Berto. Not to mention, he's a JMW. I'm expecting Hernandez to get blown out similarly to how he got beaten by Berto. Hernandez…

Comment by Tmann400 on 06-30-2012

Lara is much better defensively then Berto. Actually, IMO Lara is just a better fighter period then Berto. Not to mention, he's a JMW. I'm expecting Hernandez to get blown out similarly to how he got beaten by Berto. Hernandez…

Comment by Samsrealtor on 06-30-2012

That porcentage is base on competition. Lara early ko

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