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Deontay Wilder vs. Luis Ortiz: CompuBox Historical Review

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WBC heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder landed nearly 9 jabs per round (nearly 2x hvt. avg.) and 56.6% of his power shots. Opponents landed 35.1% of their power punches, but only 4.7 per round.

Undefeated Cuban puncher Luis Ortiz is busier than Wilder (55.5 thrown per round) and landed 43.9% of his power shots. Opponents landed 35.5% their power shots, so both can be hit with power shots.

Ortiz is the better body puncher, as 33% of his landed punches punches are body shots, while only 10% of Wilder's landed punches were to the opponents' body.

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BROOKLYN - Unbeaten WBC Heavyweight World Champion Deontay Wilder and unbeaten contender Luis Ortiz exchanged words and went face to face at the final press conference in Manhattan Thursday ahead of their main event showdown this Saturday, March 3 live on SHOWTIME from Barclays Center, the home of BROOKLYN BOXING™, and presented by Premier Boxing Champions.

Also participating in Thursday's press conference and opening the SHOWTIME CHAMPIONSHIP BOXING telecast at 9 p.m. ET/6 p.m. PT were super middleweight contenders Andre Dirrell and Jose Uzcategui, who meet in a rematch of their May 2017 matchup on SHOWTIME as they fight for an interim 168-pound world title in the co-feature.
 
Tickets for the live event, which is promoted by DiBella Entertainment and TGB Promotions, start at $50 and are on sale now. To purchase tickets, visit Ticketmaster.com, BarclaysCenter.com, or call 800-745-3000. Tickets for the event can also be purchased at the American Express Box Office at Barclays Center.

LOU DIBELLA, President of DiBella Entertainment
 
"Deontay Wilder put everything aside to face one of the greatest amateur heavyweights in the history of boxing. This fight is happening because Deontay is that good and he's that proud. Deontay is ready to prove that he's the baddest man on the planet.
 
"There is a sensational off-television undercard beginning at 5:30 p.m. at Barclays Center that includes a group of top contenders and prospects. It's really a loaded undercard from top to bottom.. 

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by boliodogs on 03-03-2018

I was surprised at the low amount of total punches Wilder averages per round. Ortiz averages a lot more punches per round and if that holds true tonight he could win.

Comment by bigjavi973 on 03-03-2018

[QUOTE=yoshik;18535555]What's not being said is that Deyonces Compubox numbers are against CWs while Ortiz is against HWs. [MENTION=50861]bum[/MENTION]squad[/QUOTE] its just dumb sh[I]i[/I]t like this that no one takes you serious CWs :dunce:

Comment by yoshik on 03-03-2018

[QUOTE=bigjavi973;18535450]wow...... leaving out the fact that Ortiz lands a measly 14% of his jabs while wilder lands 34% of his jabs also power punches wilder 56% compared to ortiz's 43.9% total punch %: Wilder- 42.8% Ortiz- 27.7%[/QUOTE] What's not being…

Comment by bigjavi973 on 03-03-2018

wow...... leaving out the fact that Ortiz lands a measly 14% of his jabs while wilder lands 34% of his jabs also power punches wilder 56% compared to ortiz's 43.9% total punch %: Wilder- 42.8% Ortiz- 27.7%

Comment by Mimms on 03-03-2018

[QUOTE=Tyistall;18535433]Ortiz's body punching may be telling in this fight. No one has factored that in yet[/QUOTE] >No one It literally says it in the article "Ortiz is the better body puncher, as 33% of his landed punches punches are body…

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