CompuBox Updates Their Plus/Minus Ratings

Floyd Mayweather's now at +25 after landing 54% vs. Marcos Maidana.  Canelo Alvarez #2 at +18 and Erislandy Lara #4 at +16 meet July 12.  Ageless wonder Bernard Hopkins +9.  Only Mayweather, Alvarez & Chavez land 40% or more of their total punches.  

Plus/minus rating determined by subtracting opponent’s connect pct. from listed fighter’s overall connect pct., which includes jab connect pct. & power punch connect pct


Fighter          Overall Conn. %   Opp. Conn. %   +/- Rating     Punches per Rd. (L/T)
Mayweather     44%                    19%                +25                18/41
Alvarez           42%                     24%               +18                 20/47
Golovkin          39%                     22%              +17                  28/73
Lara                36%                    20%                +16                 16/45
Santa Cruz       37%                    22%                +15                 33/89
Ward               38%                    24%               +14                 18/48
Pacquiao          36%                    24%               +12                  22/61
Chavez, JC        41%                   29%               +12                  18/44
Klitschko W.      33%                   23%               +10                 15/45
Khan                37%                   27%               +10                  21/57

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Dr Rumack on 05-12-2014

Compubox numbers really prove that if you put anything in statistical form you can get people to believe it. We should start our own NSB punch stat system where we pull random numbers out of the air and present them…

Comment by Russian Crushin on 05-12-2014

Chavez jr is #8 P4P

Comment by Shambrolic on 05-12-2014

Ignore the child he is having a tantrum because Chino punches lied to his eyes and his boxing knowledge is limited to Chino's nuts.

Comment by ShoulderRoll on 05-12-2014

You think Floyd's opponents are inferior to those of Chavez Jr?

Comment by MaskedMurderer on 05-12-2014

[QUOTE=ShoulderRoll;14543944]Look at how often people land on Mayweather compared to Canelo and Chavez Jr. He is at the top of the list on BOTH offense and defense. A complete fighter. That's why he's the best.[/QUOTE] KEYWORD. INFERIOR Now go back…

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