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CompuBox Punch Stats: Khan-Kotelnik, Maidana-Kotelnik

CompuBox takes a historical look at the punch stat numbers of two fights involving Andreas Kotelnik, the common opponent for junior welterweights Amir Khan and Marcos Maidana. Khan defends his title against Maidana later tonight at the Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas.

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by !! Shawn on 12-11-2010

[QUOTE=PainKiller;9766048]Maidana had a close fight with Kotelnik, hit and through a lot, but hit a lot of glove too, and got controlled. Khan boxed Kotelnik and left no doubt in each round.[/QUOTE] Have you actually watched Maidanas fight with Kotelnik?…

Comment by Prince Mongo on 12-11-2010

[QUOTE=PainKiller;9766048]Maidana had a close fight with Kotelnik, hit and through a lot, but hit a lot of glove too, and got controlled. Khan boxed Kotelnik and left no doubt in each round.[/QUOTE] I agree with this. However Khan is a…

Comment by Rassclot on 12-11-2010

Maidana was robbed. Period.

Comment by PainKiller on 12-11-2010

Maidana had a close fight with Kotelnik, hit and through a lot, but hit a lot of glove too, and got controlled. Khan boxed Kotelnik and left no doubt in each round.

Comment by The_Demon on 12-11-2010

Has anyone seen the Maidana-Kotelnik fight,he was hitting gloves for the majority of it,going by compubox stats is always a terrible idea-that fight was very very close

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