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ShoStats: Del Valle Throws 74 Per, To Outwork Martin

Luis Del Valle outworked Martin, averaging 74 punches thrown per round, while landing 22 per round. Christopher Martin landed a higher percentage, but wasn't busy enough and never hurt Del Valle. ShoStats provided by CompuBox.

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by lluisone on 04-28-2012

Great fight i can only see good things for del Valle great future:boxing:

Comment by tupapa on 04-28-2012

[QUOTE=Mastrangelo;12054113]Predictable outcome, It's so frustrating to see Martin fighting... Great skills, but always waits too much for those perfect shots...[/QUOTE] This. I was getting pissed of watching the fight. Every single time he let his jab go he would connect…

Comment by AP♠ on 04-28-2012

Del Valle has heart.It seems like everytime he feels he's slipping he picks up the momentum.Also gotta work on that right defense.But overall a solid fight.

Comment by Mastrangelo on 04-28-2012

Predictable outcome, It's so frustrating to see Martin fighting... Great skills, but always waits too much for those perfect shots...

Comment by ugly2000 on 04-28-2012

Im glad I tuned in this was a nice little scrap. This fight is going to be big for Del Valle's development.

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