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CompuBox: Inside The Klitschko vs Adamek Numbers

INSIDE THE V. KLITSCHKO-ADAMEK NUMBERS

• VITALI’S 88.6 KO PCT IS THE HIGHEST ALL-TIME FOR HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPS (Marciano is second at 87.8%, Wladimir is fourth at 84.5%)

• VITALI HOLDS THE COMPUBOX HEAVYWEIGHT RECORD FOR JABS THROWN IN A FIGHT- 749 – IN HIS DECISION WIN OVER KEVIN JOHNSON ON 12/12/09. 

• VITALI  WAS ON PACE TO BREAK LENNOX LEWIS’ HEAVYWEIGHT RECORD OF 213 JABS LANDED IN A FIGHT (W 12 Tua) WHEN HE LANDED 181 (23 PER ROUND) THRU EIGHT ROUNDS IN HIS KO WIN OVER SAM PETER)

• VITALI HAS OUTLANDED HIS SEVEN COMEBACK OPPONENTS 1500-460  IN TOTAL  PUNCHES- A BETTER THAN 3-1 MARGIN 

• VITALI THREW NEARLY AS MANY JABS PER ROUND (44) AS THE HEAVYWEIGHT AVERAGE FOR TOTAL PUNCHES THROWN PER ROUND (46) IN HIS SEVEN COMEBACK FIGHTS

• VITALI’S SEVEN COMEBACK OPPONENTS LANDED  JUST SEVEN TOTAL PUNCHES PER ROUND AND JUST 3 POWER PUNCHES PER ROUND

• VITALI  IS ATTEMPTING TO JOIN GEORGE FOREMAN (46) AS THE ONLY 40-PLUS HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPS TO SUCCESSFULLY DEFEND THEIR TITLE (Archie Moore, ages 40-44, defended his light heavyweight title four times and Bernard Hopkins 40, defended his middleweight title vs. Howard Eastman) 

• 41 OF VITALI’S 44 FIGHTS (93%) ENDED BY KO (39 ko’s, ko’d twice)

• ADAMEK IS ATTEMPTING TO BECOME THE SIXTH SIXTHCRUISERWEIGHT/LIGHT HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMP TO WIN THE HEAVYWEIGHT TITLE (Michael Spinks, Roy Jones, Evander Holyfield, Michael Moorer & David Haye)

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Carpe Diem on 09-10-2011

Adamek has no chance at all.

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