Advertisement
Advertisement
Boxingscene.com

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…

Post a Comment - View More User Comments (4)
Top Headlines Pacquiao: Right Now, I Have No Intention Of Running For President Sanchez: They Are All Using Golovkin's Name To Stay Relevant! Joseph Parker on Dealing With Adversity Versus Dillian Whyte Frank Warren: I've Never Seen Tyson Fury This Determined Tommy Coyle: I Fight Because I Love it, But It's a Dangerous Game Sergio Martinez Still Aims To Return, Continues To Train Hard UK News: Brian Rose, Troy Williamson, Tyrone McKenna, More Pacquiao is Focused: We Can't Underestimate Adrien Broner Jarrell Miller Wants Anthony Joshua in April at Wembley Giving Thanks For a Boxing Dream Come True Pacquiao: I Think Fans Are Excited For Rematch With Mayweather Adonis Stevenson Hopes Pascal Wins, Not Impressed By Bivol David Lemieux: I Want Canelo Because I Know I Can Beat Him! Ellerbe: Broner Will Look To Defy The Odds, Shut Everyone Up Vijender Singh Inks Promotional Pact With Top Rank News: Christopher Diaz, Bryant Perrella, Tori Nelson, Luis Lebron Hearn: Hooker is The Standout at 140, I Want Defense in Dallas Broner: F*** The Money, I'm Not Just Coming To Get a Check Photos: Manny Pacquiao, Adrien Broner - Face To Face in NYC Broner: Pacquiao Ain't Fighting Floyd, I'm Gonna Beat His Ass! Photos: Canelo Grinding Hard For Rocky Fielding Title Clash Pacquiao Confirms He'll Work With Roach Again For Broner Bout Pacquiao Warns Broner: I've Learned To 'Problem Solve' in Politics Canelo on GGG Win: Nicest Feeling To Shut Mouths With Facts! Claressa Shields vs. Femke Hermans Set, December 8 on HBO Ganigan Lopez Tops Telemundo Card in Mexico City Yves Ngabu vs. Micki Nielsen Finalized For February 16, Belgium Nathan Gorman vs. Alex Leapai Set For Warrington-Frampton LIVE STREAM: Pacquiao vs. Broner - NYC Press Conference Bivol: Alvarez KO Of Kovalev Surprised Me, Favor Him In Rematch Ugas Confident of Winning WBC Belt - Surprising Porter, Critics Hurd: I Would Beat Both Charlos, Canelo and Golovkin! Joseph Parker: After Flores, Hopefully I'll Be Fighting in The UK BoxingScene.com's Television Pick of The Week - Nov. 19 Photos: Manny Pacquiao Hits New York For Broner Presser Kieran Smith Ready For Step Up in Class With Peter McDonagh WBC Prez: I Hope Golovkin vs. Charlo Eliminator Will Happen Frampton: Warrington is Made For Me - I'll Prove I'm Better Canelo Says His Coach Felt Fielding Was Perfect Foe at 168 Juan Francisco Estrada Year-End Ring Return Ruled Out
Advertisement

Latest Active Forum Threads
Advertisement
Advertisement