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CompuBox: Nathan Cleverly Fought at Blistering Pace

Nathan Cleverly's blistering pace (87 punches per round) never allowed Robin Krasniqi in the fight.  Cleverly avg'd 51 jabs per round and got stronger as the fight progressed, averaging 103 punches per round over the last four rounds.

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Jam Jars on 04-22-2013

[QUOTE=pimpgoz;13279754]Lets talk about the fighters who beat Bhop by outhustling Bhop. Taylor: Bhop won this fight and most observers agree with that statement. However Taylor could punch. No one really hurts Bhop but there punches are able to move him…

Comment by Russian Crushin on 04-22-2013

I wonder if Krasniqi felt any of those pillows

Comment by Sparked_26 on 04-22-2013

It's a good fight for both fighters. And both could win, really.

Comment by DreamFighter on 04-22-2013

I don't k it was a case of Clev not letting Robin into the fight, Kras just wasnt interested in anything except being a punching bag and collecting his paycheque. If I was a clev fan who saw it live…

Comment by pimpgoz on 04-22-2013

[QUOTE=springfiels;13279816]LOL! Love that, a guy from wolverhampton talking like B.A Barracus... Would love to hear you say that sentence out loud with your accent. Im no Clev fan at all, but I do think he might surprise people when he…

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