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CompuBox Stats Review: Berto-Zaveck, Russell-Miranda

Biloxi, MS - Fighting at a measured pace (58 punches thrown per round), hot featherweight prospect Gary Russell Jr. landed 60% of his power punches in his HBO debut.  Russell also played some D while staying in the pocket, as the game Leonilo Miranda landed just 12% of his total punches.

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Andre Berto was the busier fighter and landed the harder punches, busting up Jan Zaveck in round five to capture the IBF welterweight title.

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Leohappy on 09-05-2011

[QUOTE=JED46;11088183] The commentary was some of the worst I have ever heard. All Kellerman talked about was how entertaining Berto is. They barely talked about what actually happened during the fight! Maybe they weren't paying attention. haha.[/QUOTE]yeah i saw the…

Comment by JED46 on 09-05-2011

Thanks for the gifs, Medved. I hadn't seen those. I do think that Berto hits harder, even if the swelling was caused by a head butt, but we agree that Zaveck was out-pointing him. It's just sad that we didn't…

Comment by Medved on 09-05-2011

[QUOTE=JED46;11087710]I thought Zaveck won at least three rounds, but Berto hit harder and that was ultimately the difference. If Zaveck's skin held up, Berto would've been in serious trouble down the stretch.[/QUOTE] The punch that caused the cut was on…

Comment by JED46 on 09-05-2011

[QUOTE=ThePhantom5;11087731]How in the world could anyone have Zavec winning three rounds? If I'm generous I could maybe give him 2. The 4th round(Clearly) and maybe the final round.[/QUOTE] Zaveck landed 33 more power punches. He outworked Berto for the majority…

Comment by Leohappy on 09-05-2011

The official cards were: David Toranto 48-47 Berto 2-3 Larry Ingle 49-46 Berto 1-4 Glenn Feldman 49-46 Berto 1-4

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