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CompuBox: Mendez More Efficient Against Usmanee

Arash Usmanee and Argenis Mendez combined to land nearly 600 punches (50 per round), while throwing nearly 2000 punches (166 per round).  Mendez was more efficient, landing 42% of his power shots.  They closed the show by landing a combined 63 of 217 total punches. 

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Levity on 08-26-2013

More effective in what sense? I thought most of the punches Mendez landed were pitter-patter shots, and he only occasionally put a lot into his punches. He was definitely more accurate, but there were many rounds in which there wasn't…

Comment by bojangles1987 on 08-26-2013

[QUOTE=Levity;13686486]Significantly more accurate, but many close rounds in terms of connects.[/QUOTE] The punches Mendez was landing were clearly more effective, even if the numbers say the connects were close.

Comment by Levity on 08-26-2013

Significantly more accurate, but many close rounds in terms of connects.

Comment by bojangles1987 on 08-26-2013

Mendez had to hang on late, but he clearly won. Hell of a last round.

Comment by The Tase on 08-26-2013

disgusting robbery. Mendez clearly won that fight. I bet it was some old ass geezer in his 70s or 80s who was one of the judges.

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