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Broner vs. Vargas - CompuBox Punch Stats

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A tale of two fights Jessie Vargas had a 124-82 edge in punches landed over first six rounds, while Adrien Broner outlanded Vargas 112-79 over last six rounds.

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Four-division world champion Adrien Broner and two-division world champion Jessie Vargas fought to a highly entertaining 12-round majority draw Saturday night on SHOWTIME in the main event of SHOWTIME CHAMPIONSHIP BOXING in front of 13,964 fans at Barclays Center in Brooklyn in an event presented by Premier Boxing Champions.
 
The back-and-forth battle was a tale of activity vs. accuracy. Vargas was by far the more active fighter, throwing 839 total punches, 300 more than his opponent. Yet the flashy Broner was supremely accurate, connecting on 44 percent of his power shots and 38 percent of his total punches, compared to just 27 and 24, respectively, for Vargas.
 
Broner (33-3-1, 24 KOs) came on strong in the second half of the fight, picking up rounds eight through 10 on all three of the judges' scorecards. The 12th round was crucial in determining the draw, which was scored 115-113 Broner and 114-114 twice.

The judges agreed on eight of the 12 rounds but couldn't agree on the final round, which was ruled differently by the two judges who scored the fight a draw.

"I want to thank Jessie Vargas. He's a two-time world champion for a reason," said Broner, who was working for the first time with Kevin Cunningham as his head trainer. "He came to fight but at the end of the day, you all know I beat him. Point blank, period.
 
"I was connecting with rights. I got warmed up in the early portion of the fight. My trainer was a big help tonight. I want to thank Coach Cunningham as well as my original coach, Mike Stafford, for realizing I needed to do something different.
 
"I would love to fight Vargas again, but let's go back to my town to do it."
 
Vargas (28-2-1, 10 KOs) worked off the jab and was incredibly effective with his body shots in just his second fight with trainer and former world champion Mike "The Body Snatcher" McCallum. 

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by angkag on 04-22-2018

[QUOTE=daggum;18697038]she deserves to be back. i want to see a fight judged by adelaide byrd, cj ross, and that dude who scored martinez-williams 1 11-1 for williams[/QUOTE] Thanks for bringing that up. That dude that scored Williams/Martinez 119-110 was Pierre…

Comment by Julia Slobberts on 04-22-2018

[QUOTE=daggum;18697038]she deserves to be back. i want to see a fight judged by adelaide byrd, cj ross, and that dude who scored martinez-williams 1 11-1 for williams[/QUOTE] Hahaha, at that point if there's no KO you may as well just…

Comment by daggum on 04-22-2018

[QUOTE=shawn4943;18697016]It wasn't Lederman, it was CJ Ross that scored the fight for Bradley. I don't think she is a judge anymore.[/QUOTE] she deserves to be back. i want to see a fight judged by adelaide byrd, cj ross, and that…

Comment by PETUFF on 04-22-2018

Broner won that fight! no doubt abut it!:boxing::boxing:

Comment by Gentblue on 04-22-2018

[QUOTE=Julia Slobberts;18696992]What other stupid cards has Julie Lederman had? Not that her Broner one was [I]super[/I] stupid. Was she one that scored the first Pacquiao/Bradley fight for Bradley?[/QUOTE] [QUOTE=shawn4943;18697016]It wasn't Lederman, it was CJ Ross that scored the fight for…

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