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CompuBox Stats: Wolak, Rodriguez Land Heavy Power

Junior middleweights Pawel Wolak and Delvin Rodriguez constantly swapped punches throughout their 10-round majority draw. The fight pitted Rodriguez's slightly more accurate power punching (40 percent to 36 percent) against Wolak's sheer volume (108.5 punches per round). A fitting stat: 91 percent of the fight's total connects were power punches.

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by TaurusJ27 on 07-17-2011

Still can't get over that eye wound on wolak.

Comment by Medved on 07-16-2011

[QUOTE=uglypug;10848180]I think the eye swelling is influencing too many people in their scoring. . . pawel landed plenty of clean, head snapping shots on delvin. and the body work was constant. he did maul, and just flurry at times, but…

Comment by UglyPug on 07-16-2011

I think the eye swelling is influencing too many people in their scoring. . . pawel landed plenty of clean, head snapping shots on delvin. and the body work was constant. he did maul, and just flurry at times, but…

Comment by UglyPug on 07-16-2011

I had Wolak winning 96-94. I mean he completely controllde the fight from start to finish. Rodriguez was definitely the "cleaner boxer", but his shots weren't telling enough - damage notwithstanding, they had no effect on pawel. he kept behaving…

Comment by shenmue on 07-16-2011

Really enjoyed this fight, i had it a draw.

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