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CompuBox Punch Stats: Bryan Vera Upsets Sergio Mora

Middleweight contender Bryan Vera simply out worked former 154-pound champion Sergio Mora, throwing nearly 100 more total punches and 144 more power shots.  Vera also landed the harder shots and even outjabbed the sluggish Mora.

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by armyof0ne on 02-05-2011

you gotta give Vera alot of credit on this one. He was the guy who wanted to win.

Comment by etlux on 02-05-2011

this makes Pac look terrible now. if he doesn't annihilate mosley pac looks like a complete bum. if mosley beats pac ...well then...

Comment by Tomislav III on 02-05-2011

[QUOTE=BIGPOPPAPUMP;10060754]Middleweight contender Bryan Vera simply out worked former 154-pound champion Sergio Mora, throwing nearly 100 more total punches and 144 more power shots. Vera also landed the harder shots and even outjabbed the sluggish Mora. [[URL=http://www.boxingscene.com/?m=show&id=35604]Click Here To Read More[/URL]][/QUOTE]…

Comment by MELLY-MEL... on 02-05-2011

lmao, mora lost to vera..........does not get much more embarrasing than that.

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