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CompuBox Stats: Chisora Power, Nearly Triples Helenius

Underdog Dereck Chisora nearly tripled rising heavyweight star Robert Helenius in power punches landed, hitting on 46%.  Chisora landed more total punches and power punches in all twelve rounds.  Helenius landed just 22% of his total punches. Helenius won a controversial split decision to capture the vacant EBU heavyweight title.

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by War-Robbo on 12-05-2011

[QUOTE=SCtrojansbaby;11519084]Hopefully they get a rematch so Helenius could KO him since apparently anytime a big favorite ends up in a relatively close decision its a robbery[/QUOTE] Bro have you watched the fight? Chisora was all over him... :boxing:

Comment by SCtrojansbaby on 12-05-2011

Hopefully they get a rematch so Helenius could KO him since apparently anytime a big favorite ends up in a relatively close decision its a robbery

Comment by War-Robbo on 12-05-2011

If the rematch is in England it would only be fair. Warren will sort it all out he is good at this type of thing :)

Comment by larss1 on 12-05-2011

Helenius did pretty well considering he fought 11 rounds one-handed. You can all go re-watch that 1st round.. just one minute into the fight Helenius caught Chisora in the way in with a right cross that made him wobble back…

Comment by Sparked_1985 on 12-05-2011

Poor Chisora, jobbed like a mofo. Judges need to watch the fights on TV and in complete silence.

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