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CompuBox Stats: Leo Santa Cruz's Workrate Drops

Unknown Guevara hung tough for six rounds before the relentless Santa Cruz took over, outlanding the challenger 133-44 in power shots over the last six rounds. Santa Cruz, fighting for the fifth time this year, avg'd 'only' 82 punches thrown per after averaging 106 in his previous four 2012 fights.

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by MJ223 on 12-17-2012

[B]Wonder if its a case of he needs to move up more then he just wants to.?.?.?[/B]

Comment by Godsfly on 12-17-2012

[QUOTE=TheRealNess;12826872]if anyone seen the fight then you would know why Leo Santa Cruz work rate dropped, Leo was in their with a live body who try to out box leo and very well.[/QUOTE] true...........Guevara deserves credit. you would have to…

Comment by TheRealNess on 12-17-2012

if anyone seen the fight then you would know why Leo Santa Cruz work rate dropped, Leo was in their with a live body who try to out box leo and very well.

Comment by Godsfly on 12-17-2012

Guevara did very good in this fight up in till the later rounds.......... he earned my respect.

Comment by {Pito} on 12-17-2012

[QUOTE=QUELOQUE;12824522]Or C) Guevara's clever movement, feinting, speed, strength, counterpunching, tactics, and strategy befuddled Leo until the challenger slowed down from continuing the pace (and the constant incoming pressure) he had to to keep Santa Cruz out of range, off balance,…

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