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ShoStats: Campillo Dominates The Numbers Over Cloud

More stench from Texas! Gabriel Campillo survived two first round knockdowns to outlanded defending champ Tavoris Cloud 2-1 in power shots, backing up the Don King promoted Cloud for the majority of the fight.  Campillo landed more power shots in 9 of 12 rounds. ShoStats provided by CompuBox.

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by calamaro on 02-20-2012

Officials cards [url]http://dl.dropbox.com/u/50933991/campillo%20cards.jpg-large[/url] It´s funny how both judges give Cloud the 11th round, a round Campillo beat Cloud at will and almost stop him.

Comment by small_warrior on 02-20-2012

Ok, is Devon Alexander still under contract with Don king, if yes maidana should knock out for sure, if not he's got no chance...

Comment by LEATHERF8CE on 02-19-2012

all of sudden posters claim compu box numbers are legit....LMAO

Comment by dblaze9 on 02-19-2012

I'm a Tavoris Cloud fan, but you know you lost when your MOM faints as the decision is read...

Comment by Russian Crushin on 02-19-2012

[QUOTE=Tmann400;11801808]Cloud outlanded Campillo in jabs? Kind of strange given the fact Cloud is more of the power puncher, and doesn't use the jab all that often. Strange also how close the total punch numbers are. Campillo outlanded Cloud but not…

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