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Mayweather Still Tops CompuBox's Plus/Minus List

By CompuBox

Floyd Mayweather takes the overall connect percentage lead at 42% after landing 46% vs. Canelo. Canelo's overall connect percentage drops to 39% after landing just 22% vs. Mayweather. Canelo was at 42% prior to Mayweather. Mayweather's opponents land 18% tied for #2 with Anselmo Moreno. Rigondeaux's opponents land just 16%.

Plus/minus rating determined by substracting opponent's connect percentage from listed fighter's overrall connect percentage, which includes jab connect percentage & power punch connect percentage.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by BendOver on 09-18-2013

lol, yeap is you are born lefty chances are you will became a defensive wizard.

Comment by 3Sun2 on 09-18-2013

[QUOTE=BamBam_;13759958]I'm soooo glad Mya Harrison would never give someone like 3Sun2 the time of day [/QUOTE] puh lease !!! last time i checked i am a certified hunk , i get women that like like mya everyday of the week…

Comment by mconstantine on 09-18-2013

[QUOTE=ihatebobarum;13761743]Good post, where would you put lara[/QUOTE] Lara showed another level against Angulo. But again, you can argue it was his discomfort with fighting on the inside which caused him to be knocked down several times in that fight. He…

Comment by ihatebobarum on 09-18-2013

[QUOTE=mconstantine;13761484]Nah, don't think that's it at all. Rigo doesn't get hit as much because Rigo flat out doesn't fight on the inside. Rigo stays on the outside where his legs and quick hands makes it damn near impossible for him…

Comment by Moe555 on 09-18-2013

I just seen on here that some stupid dummies said Floyd walks around at 160 and that he weighed 160 against Marquez! Floyd never weighed no more than 151 on fight night and that was against Victor Ortiz! It gotta…

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