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CompuBox Stats: Kovalev Blitzed Campillo With Power

Sergei Kovalev blitzed Gabriel Campillo from the opening bell, landing 24 of 90 punches in round one and 30 of 83 in round two before ending the fight in round three.  Kovalev had a 55-4 edge in power shots landed.

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Light_Speed on 01-20-2013

Apparently he had problems in his training camp but still, I didn't expect him to throw so few punches. I think he didn't wanna get dropped early like he did against Cloud so his gameplan was probably to feel out…

Comment by Russian Crushin on 01-20-2013

[QUOTE=Freedom.;12936818]I think Campillo underestimated Kovalev, who has very fast handspeed and throws in combinations.[/QUOTE] He certainly did. Big mistake too, this is one guy that should be taken seriously

Comment by New England on 01-20-2013

feels good to have another real player at 175.

Comment by Spray_resistant on 01-20-2013

[QUOTE=Freedom.;12936818]I think Campillo underestimated Kovalev, who has very fast handspeed and throws in combinations.[/QUOTE] He seemed shell shocked like he had no idea how to get anything started against Kovalev, I'm very surprised at the result considering how good he…

Comment by Freedom. on 01-20-2013

I think Campillo underestimated Kovalev, who has very fast handspeed and throws in combinations.

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