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Marquez vs. Alvarado: CompuBox Historical Review

Mike Alvarado threw twice as many total punches per round and landed nearly twice as many (vs. Provodnikov, Rios I & II) than Juan Manuel Marquez. Alvarado landed nearly twice as many power shots as well and threw 18 more per round. Marquez's opponents (Bradley, Pac IV & III) landed 42% of their power shots. Alvarado's opponents landed 36% of their power shots. Will Alvarado's aggressive style play into the hands of the ultimate counter puncher Marquez?

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by NearHypnos on 05-17-2014

[QUOTE=yoshik;14562630]Provo and Rios are there to be hit. JMM is not. HOWEVER I think the last fight with Manny definitely took more out of him in IV then the KO did by JMM. JMM looked like crap w/o the tst…

Comment by yoshik on 05-17-2014

Provo and Rios are there to be hit. JMM is not. HOWEVER I think the last fight with Manny definitely took more out of him in IV then the KO did by JMM. JMM looked like crap w/o the tst…

Comment by pepzz on 05-17-2014

[QUOTE=commonsense81;14562321]marquez will have the plenty of countering opportunity.[/QUOTE] Warquez is going to have a blast with the Opportunities for counters :D

Comment by commonsense81 on 05-17-2014

[QUOTE=BIGPOPPAPUMP;14562298]Mike Alvarado threw twice as many total punches per round and landed nearly twice as many (vs. Provodnikov, Rios I & II) than Juan Manuel Marquez. Alvarado landed nearly twice as many power shots as well and threw 18 more…

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