CompuBox Stats: Chavez Jr. Lands A lot of Power on Lee

Julio Cesar Chavez made his punches count (avg’d only 36 thrown per round).  JC landed nearly half his power punches in the fight, including 56% in round five and 57% in round seven.  All but three of Chavez’s landed punches were power shots. Andy Lee avg’d 60 thrown per round, but landed just 17% of his jabs.

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by edgarg on 06-18-2012

I don't believe Lee's Stats, especially about his left hand. His jabs were slow, languid, I wouldn't call them jabs they shouldn't have been counted, I hadn't thought they would be. He was better with his right hook, although it…

Comment by newcastleking on 06-17-2012

Its good to see Julio Jr getting his due respect from more and more fans. Hes showed a ton of heart and massive power, hes got a huge chance against Martinez.

Comment by danceswithfire on 06-17-2012

the kid is an excellent body puncher. he looked like his dad last night

Comment by flushuppercut on 06-17-2012

This is very good for boxing-a son of a legend becoming a legend..a comet coming to its peak

Comment by ralph22 on 06-17-2012

i dont think maravilla is looking forward to get his body fu-cked up

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