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Leo Santa Cruz's Place Among CompuBox Leaders

Total Punches Thrown per Round:  #1 with 97 thrown per round.  CompuBox avg.: 56

Total Punches Landed per Round:  #1 with 36 landed per round. CompuBox avg.: 17

Power Punches Thrown per Round: #1 with 62 thrown per round. CompuBox avg.: 33

Power Punches Landed per Round: #1 with 29 landed per round. CompuBox avg.: 12

Power Punch Connect Pct: #3 @ 47%. CompuBox avg: 36%

Plus/Minus - #2 with a +16 rating (tied with Lara)

Opponents Conn. Pct.- #4 @ 21% (outstanding given his work rate)
(data from Santa Cruz's last 6 fights.  Opponents compiled a 175-14-3 record (91% win pct.)  3 of his last 6 opponents held titles.)

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by cabalas on 12-14-2013

[QUOTE=I.R.I.E;14028659]This kid is good I really hope he makes a big name for himself, I expect him to stop Ceda late. For once and for all he is not a mini Margarito![/QUOTE] People refers to him as mini Margarito not…

Comment by PETUFF on 12-14-2013

steroids win tonight :boxing::boxing:

Comment by kardsufur on 12-14-2013

yea Santa Cruz is proving to be very slow and hittable that's the only problem. Seda is teeing off on him too bad he has no power. Santa Cruz still clearly won tho

Comment by racostaa on 12-14-2013

Like all Mexicans, strong as no one but without speed, defense and technique. Rigondeaux win over him very easely

Comment by Boskop on 12-14-2013

Well, he has his hands full with Seda right now, what a fight:)

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