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CompuBox: Inside The Numbers - Stevenson-Jack, Russell-Diaz

by CompuBox

WBC Light Heavyweight world champion Adonis Stevenson and former two-division world champion Badou Jack fought to a highly competitive majority draw Saturday at Air Canada Centre in Toronto. At MGM National Harbor in Maryland, and in the opening bout on SHOWTIME, Gary Russell Jr. (29-1, 17 KOs) defeated Joseph "JoJo" Diaz Jr. (26-1, 14 KOs).
 
With the draw, Stevenson retains the WBC belt in what was Toronto's most significant world title fight in more than 30 years. The judges scored the fight 115-113 in favor of Jack and 114-114 twice. Russell won his fight via unanimous decision, 115-113 and 117-111 twice, to retain his WBC featherweight world title.

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INSIDE THE NUMBERS  - 5/19 SHOWTIME - ADONIS STEVENSON D 12 BADOU JACK -- GARY RUSSELL W 12 JO JO DIAZ

5.4 - punches landed per round by Jack in first five rounds vs. Stevenson (light heavy avg.: 15.9)

12.5 - avg. power punches landed per round by Diaz (Russell's previous 5 opponents landed 7.8 per round)

17 - power punches landed by Jack in the first four rounds

21.6 -  avg. punches thrown per round by Jack in first five rounds vs. Stevenson

26 - avg. punches landed per round by Jack in rounds six thru twelve vs. Stevenson

31 - punches landed by Stevenson in round eleven, his high for the fight

32 - punches landed by Jack in round nine, most by a Stevenson opponent

63 - avg. punches thrown per round by Jack in rounds six thru twelve vs. Stevenson

40% - power punch connect pct. for Stevenson vs. Jack after landing 55.3% in his previous 9 fights

45.8% - pct. of punches landed by Diaz that were body shots on Russell (CompuBox avg.: 22.4%)

48.9 - avg. jabs thrown per round by Russell (featherweight avg.: 23.1)

55.2% -  pct. of punches landed by Stevenson that were body shots on Jack (CompuBox avg.: 22.4%)

82.7 - avg. punches thrown per round by Russell (featherweight avg.: 59)

192 - punches landed by Diaz, most by a Russell opponent.  Lomachenko landed 183 punches vs. Russell

587 - jabs thrown by Russell- a career high

992 - punches thrown by Russell- a career high

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