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CompuBox: Shafikov Threw Too Little To Beat Vazquez

IBF lightweight champion Miguel Vazquez of Mexico jabbed and clinched his way to victory over the listless, previously undefeated Russian challenger Denis Shafikov, who averaged just 38 punches thrown/ 11 landed per round.

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by CANELOLUJAH on 02-24-2014

Vasquez schooled him with his mayweather esque style. No wonder Broner lowballed him so bad to avoid him.

Comment by Black Barty on 02-24-2014

[QUOTE=solo20;14264403]what is the deal with everybody bicthing about the clinching it was not as bad as everyone is trying to make it out to be[/QUOTE] It was every bit as bad as Wlad vs Povetkin. Watch the fight again. Vazquez…

Comment by AKAcronym on 02-24-2014

Nothing on Vasquez, but I went to the store to get something to eat around round 5.

Comment by GoldenGloveLove on 02-23-2014

That referee was like lord what did I get myself into. It was ugly but Vazquez nullified him so bad I was surprised. I thought he'd win but Shafikov couldn't set himself for anything most of the time. That's why…

Comment by SlySlickSmooth on 02-23-2014

[QUOTE=solo20;14264403]what is the deal with everybody bicthing about the clinching it was not as bad as everyone is trying to make it out to be[/QUOTE] I was a lot more bored with Smith-Bundrage that one night, Vazquez got skills.. despite…

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