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CompuBox Historical Review: Guerrero vs. Aydin Bout

Robert Guerrero, making his welterweight debut, threw 20 more punches per round against much tougher opposition than Selcuk Aydin. Guerrero also hits harder, while landing 51% of his power punches.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by KmanaG on 07-28-2012

Why do people even care about Compubox? If people watch a fight and count the punches, then compare it with what compubox say, I bet they are VASTLY different.

Comment by Corelone on 07-28-2012

[QUOTE=intoccabile;12380031]How is this impossible? Aydin is a little Abraham. This percentages look right to me.[/QUOTE] Excuse me. That was frustration. I meant to say that this information leaves out a lot of more important facts, including the weight gain for…

Comment by intoccabile on 07-28-2012

[QUOTE=Corelone;12379907]This is impossible. The numbers are confusing and don't reveal any insight. The only stat where the highest average matched the highest pecentage was in jabs. After that it's a toss up, the names on thier resume may give better…

Comment by Corelone on 07-28-2012

This is impossible. The numbers are confusing and don't reveal any insight. The only stat where the highest average matched the highest pecentage was in jabs. After that it's a toss up, the names on thier resume may give better…

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