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CompuBox: Tony Thompson, 42, Throws 1,092 at Solis

Pitiful performance by the plodding heavyweight Olympic gold medal winner Odlanier Solis, who was more than doubled-up in punches thrown by the 42-yr-old veteran Tony Thompson, who averaged 91 punches thrown per round and outlanded Solis in eight of twelve rounds.

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Biolink on 03-24-2014

Why is Solis such a waste?

Comment by joe strong on 03-24-2014

were they tye fields taps or solid punches? fields threw over 1000 vs kendrick releford (think it was him) but they were pitty pat taps... i'll watch fight when i'm home...

Comment by Check_hooks on 03-24-2014

Whats the record for most pinches thrown by a heavyweight? Dude was lookin like Santa Cruz in there lol

Comment by Tobi.G on 03-24-2014

Verry good workrate for an 42 year old!

Comment by johnm is... on 03-23-2014

Hell, all he had to do was flick out a few jabs and the occasional power shot. Solis wasn't interested in throwing anything back.

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