I actually didn't keep a round by round tally, I plan on doing that tonight.
Having said that, I felt Kotelnik definitely did enough to win. Lederman's 117-111 was a disgrace. Two rounds really stuck out (8th and 9th I believe) were it was obvious that Kotelnik landed the cleaner and better shots but Lederman gave the rounds to Alexander. Alexander essentially threw pawing jabs and straight lefts that were largely blocked.
Kotelnik took advantage of Alexander's lack of head movement, low right hand, to lead with and counter with his jab. He landed his straight right and later in the fight, his left hook as well. Kotelnik was just taking advantage of all of Alexander's technical problems.
Alexander looked tired and was getting hit so cleanly at times, it thought if Kotelnik had respectable power, Devon would be in serious trouble.
I was there. Two writers who were in the middle of the ring thought Gomez got robbed, but us guys are the side seemed it looked like Mollo was getting the best of it, but it was close. Gomez was pretty scrappy.
I think so too. He pretty much lost to Kameda because he looked tired half way through the fight. He was clinching a lot, even in the first fight. Plus, he's 33 soon to be 34 which is ancient for a flyweight.
The fight's in Panama, so Concepcion should be the favorite. I suppose the winner gets Kameda-Sakata winner.