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CompuBox Stats: Katsidis, Mensah Throw Plenty of Bombs

Crushing defeat for Michael Katsidis.  Bombs away.  They combined to land 657 punches, while throwing 2018.  Katsidis was busier and landed more punches, while Mensah's did more damage.

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Oh you out son on 04-14-2012

man i watched this entire fight and i swear katsidis has less power than malignaggi at 140. his punches had no power behind them, he was just throwing a million punches and they didn't do ****. I only gave him…

Comment by Evil Abed on 04-14-2012

Katsidis had more success when he exploded in spots. The volume punches in the inside seemed rather weak. Perhaps conserve a little of that energy for the big shots. Either way though he probably would have loss. Bad style match-up.

Comment by Carpe Diem on 04-14-2012

Punching machines.

Comment by Hougigo on 04-14-2012

Another instance where throwing more and landing more doesn't necessarily mean you won. Mensah threw the more telling punches and was wrecking Kastidis with the left uppercut followed by the right.

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