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Danny Garcia vs. Brandon Rios - CompuBox Historical Review

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Danny Garcia (last 12 fights) threw and landed slightly below the weight class average for total punches against a who's who of opponents. Garcia landed 40.3% of his power punches., while opponents landed 37.6% of their power shots. Garcia landed just 3 jabs per round (16.6%).

Rios, when on, is a high-volume puncher. He averaged 115 thrown/54 landed per round in his comeback fight vs. Herrera, who landed 49% of his power shots vs. Rios.

In fact, Rios' last 7 opponents landed 40.8% of their power shots,while Rios landed 38.5%.

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LAS VEGAS - Two-division world champion Danny Garcia and former world champion Brandon Rios faced off Thursday at the final press conference for their WBC Welterweight World Title Eliminator this Saturday, February 17 live on SHOWTIME from Mandalay Bay Events Center, and presented by Premier Boxing Champions. 

Garcia, who returns for his first bout since a unification showdown with Keith Thurman, promised to put on a show, while a confident Rios assured he was 100 percent prepared for what he deemed a "make or break" fight.
 
Saturday's co-main event stole the show Thursday as undefeated WBC Super Middleweight World Champion David Benavidez promised to send top-rated contender Ronald Gavril into retirement in their anticipated rematch of a thrilling 2017 split-decision. 

Gavril, who floored Benavidez in the final minute of their Fight of the Year nominee, promised a different outcome in Saturday's rematch.
 
The SHOWTIME CHAMPIONSHIP BOXINGtelecast begins at 10 p.m. ET/7 p.m. PT with welterweight contenders Yordenis Ugas and Ray Robinson facing offin an IBF 147-pound title eliminator.
 
Tickets for the live event, which is promoted by Mayweather Promotions and TGB Promotions, are on sale now and are available at AXS.com.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by PETUFF on 02-17-2018

haters suck ricans balls !:boxing::boxing:

Comment by .!WAR MIKEY! on 02-17-2018

War Rios, men lie women lie numbers dont lie! Rios loses to #2 and #3, hoecia loses to a hippie.

Comment by jjsmyth87 on 02-17-2018

[QUOTE=CLUBBER!;18495269]By the stats, Rios is better lol[/QUOTE] Not really because remember Rios gets hit a lot more too. I could see Rios being the aggresor and outworking Garcia and getting robbed on the cards. It is a pbc card after…

Comment by CLUBBER! on 02-17-2018

By the stats, Rios is better lol

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