CompuBox: Pacquiao-Mosley Weight Class Graphic View

CompuBox does a graphic analysis of the punch percentages, thrown and landed, by Manny Pacquiao and Shane Mosley as they both moved up in weight. Pacquiao's punch output has gone up as he moved up in weight. The Filipino champion is throwing and landing more punches with every division jump.

Shane Mosley has not been as deadly with his weight division conquests. As Mosley moved in weight, he started throwing less, and landing less.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Carpe Diem on 05-07-2011

I expect him to throw 1000+ punches for the third consecutive fights.

Comment by mananimal on 05-07-2011

"Stats" don't win fights,"Styles Do though", and against "Common Opponents", it just means Pacman needed to land more to win, were as Mosley needed less to win, cause he hits Harder. I don't care what Cotto says about strength, its…

Comment by Ryn0 on 05-07-2011

[QUOTE=MindBat;10495319]Hmmmmmmm. What other fighters have increased their punch output moving up in weight?[/QUOTE] Most recently... Ortiz and Khan.

Comment by MindBat on 05-07-2011

Hmmmmmmm. What other fighters have increased their punch output moving up in weight?

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