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CompuBox: Stiverne Landed 55% of Power on Arreola

In their highly anticipated heavyweight rematch, Chris Arreola was the busier fighter (and landed more) thru five rounds, but Bermane Stiverne found a home for his power punches all fight, landing 55%, including 17 of 23 in round six.  Arreola had a huge round three - landing 41 of 85 total punches. 

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by MONGOOSE66 on 05-11-2014

Compubox is regarded as some sort of boxing god counting punches. Its people counting and all of them are like us. They have a opinion. They have to use judgment to interpret whats going on. There biased to styles. There…

Comment by Isaac Clarke on 05-11-2014

Arreola was doing well when he just concentrated on boxing but the fat **** got careless and got knocked out. All that talk about him being in shape and he still came in with C-cups and a belly. 9lb lost…

Comment by KO'er on 05-11-2014

What a heavyweight fight that was?

Comment by The Gambler1981 on 05-11-2014

That is wicked for heavyweights, Arreola is tough but getting hit that much by a big man will take it's toll no matter how tough you are.

Comment by frantic fighter on 05-11-2014

Against Mayweather these statistics will get you a shiner,but against anybody else it gets you knocked out.

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