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CompuBox Punch Stats: Andy Lee vs. Craig McEwan

MGM Grand - Andy Lee was was outlanded 301-181 before scoring a dramatic knockout in round ten at the MGM Grand in Foxwoods Resort and Casino. Craig McEwan outlanded Lee 46-16 in round four; 41-14 in round five and 48-20 in round six.

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by BostonGuy on 03-13-2011

Lee's got power, decent skills and heart, but as we saw last night, he lacks defense bigtime. He would not hold up very good against a big puncher like Martinez...

Comment by ATG Fighter on 03-13-2011

McEwan needs better conditioning. He got knocked down and out because of the fatigue as much as anything else. It wasn't even a 12 round fight. Great fight for the fans and HBO.

Comment by Doctor_Tenma on 03-13-2011

[QUOTE=Russian Crushin;10229348]Mcewan kicked his ass. Lee stands tall but gets hit so fukkin much. McEwan tired and lost in the last round and was well on his way to a win[/QUOTE] Here is my scorecard, this isn't all of it…

Comment by BostonGuy on 03-13-2011

The next obvious fight for Lee is a rematch with Vera. Both guys have had varied success since their first meeting 3 years ago and both guys are coming off of career wins (Lee with McEwan, Vera with Mora) and…

Comment by Evil Abed on 03-13-2011

Lee got a solid win. But he's definity not what most thought he was. Andy Lee-Chavez or Andy Lee-Wolak would be interesting.

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