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CompuBox: Soliman With Stats Edge Over Dominic Wade

The 41-year old former middleweight champion Sam Soliman, who suffered a questionable knockdown in round four,  made the fight ugly, landed more punches in 7 of 10 rounds and threw 13 more punches per round than Dominic Wade. 

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Australia's former IBF middleweight boxing world champion Sam Soliman has suffered a contentious 10-round split-decision points loss to unbeaten American professional Dominic Wade in the United States.

Two judges scored in favour of Wade, 97-92 and 95-94, while their colleague had Soliman winning 96-93.

Statistics for the fight in Shelton, Washington showed 41-year-old Soliman landed 24 more punches, 98 to 74, and the decision was greeted with more boos than cheers.

The decisive moment of the bout was a fourth-round knockdown scored against Soliman.

Wade landed a shot which Soliman appeared to mostly block, but the Australian was off balance at the time and slipped to the canvas, with veteran referee Jack Reiss scoring it a knockdown.

Soliman seemed to shade most of the later rounds, outworking 25-year-old Wade, who relied on landing the occasional right-hand power punch.

Wade was cautioned by Reiss in round six for picking Soliman up and throwing him to the canvas, but was not penalised a point.

The shorter Soliman looked the busier fighter inside and landed with a number of sneaky right uppercuts, while Wade had a slight advantage in jabs through the 10 rounds.

Wade's record improves to 18-0 with 12 KOs, while Soliman's drops to 44-13 (18 KOs).

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by robbyheartbaby on 06-27-2015

Wadei is s***!!! The decision stunk to high heaven when a foreign boxer is getting cheered and the decision booed you know something stinks. Wade has zero heart and no skills. Soliman best build up his rank at home and…

Comment by Hougigo on 06-27-2015

[QUOTE=Lunchbucket;15827625]Soliman clearly won, the American crowd booing the result of an American victory says it all. Maybe now there'll be a Soliman vs Geale fight.[/QUOTE] Ehhhh...most likely

Comment by Lunchbucket on 06-27-2015

Soliman clearly won, the American crowd booing the result of an American victory says it all. Maybe now there'll be a Soliman vs Geale fight.

Comment by Hougigo on 06-27-2015

Wade looked like garbage....

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