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Mayweather vs. Lomachenko - Head to Head Stat Comparison

By CompuBox

Vasyl Lomachenko has amassed a plus/minus rating of +20.7 in his last 8 fights.  That's the highest rating since Floyd Mayweather's +24.5 after the Andre Berto fight.  CompuBox compares the stats of Mayweather & Lomachenko in 10 categories to see how they match up.  Tell us fight fans what Head to Head match up you'd like to see next. 

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Vasyl Lomachenko's +20.7 plus/minus rating is the highest since Floyd Mayweather's +24.5 following the Berto fight. Floyd's higher plus/minus rating is bolstered by his 43.4% total punch connect pct. Loma is the busier fighter and landed more total and power punches per round. Both landed more than half their power punches.

Their defensive stats are very similar. Lomachenko, 8-1 as a pro, has been in tough since his second pro fight, but it's way too early to effectively compare their careers-- just their skills in ten CompuBox categories. - OTC (opponents total connect percentage) OPC- (opponents power connect percentage). Plus/minus determined by subtracting opponents connect pct. from listed fighters connect percentage.

Lomachenko (8-1, 6 KOs) returned to the ring this past Saturday night and dominated former WBA champion Jason Sosa in HBO televised main event. After nine one sided rounds, the contest was finally waved off by Sosa's corner who felt their boxer had taken enough punishment in the contest.

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Floyd is TBE on 11-01-2017

Salidoeeeee

Comment by romeoju2002 on 11-01-2017

[QUOTE=Santa_;17587076]Lets be honest here, Salido would have KO'd Floyd had he had fought him in his second pro fight.[/QUOTE] let me inform you. Rigondeaux through out he's carrier been fighting bigger a far better opponent on his prime than Vesly…

Comment by aboutfkntime on 04-15-2017

[QUOTE=satiev1;17593929]Mayweather's [B]first ten opponents[/B] you can't even name. That's how bad they were.[/QUOTE] is that more relevant than the 25 world champions he beat after that.....? or, even close to being as relevant ? Loma is great, but he has…

Comment by satiev1 on 04-15-2017

Mayweather's first ten opponents you can't even name. That's how bad they were.

Comment by Luilun on 04-15-2017

[QUOTE=larryxxx.;17589005]He won both fights, they were close but he won..and i have boxed so im not sure where you are going with that...close fights are not gifts[/QUOTE] like I said clueless

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