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Kownacki-Arreola - CompuBox Record Breaking Punch Stats

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Rock-em sock-em robots came to life, as Adam Kownacki and Chris Arreola combined to land a CompuBox heavyweight record 667 punches and combined to throw a CompuBox heavyweight record 2172 punches.

The previous combined record for landed was 650 by David Izon & David Tua. The previous record for combined thrown was 1730 by Ike Ibeabuchi & David Tua.

Kownacki landed an avg. of 31 of 87 punches per round, while Arreola landed an avg. of 25 of 94 punches per round. The CompuBox heavyweight avg. is 15 landed/45 thrown per round.

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Barclays Center, Brooklyn, New York - In an action-packed heavyweight scrap, Adam Kownacki (20-0, 15 KOs) went twelve rounds for the first time, winning a unnaimous decision over division veteran Chris Arreola (38-6-1, 33 KOs).

The scores were 118-110, 117-111, 117-111.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Fire4231 on 08-04-2019

[QUOTE=DaNeutral.;19960771]PEDDED UP TO THE EYEBALLS, Both of them. PBC fighters need to be very heavily drug tested.[/QUOTE] Nice try shill, PED problems have proven to be at The “Days Inn,” right now. Btw- how does your perceptual PED detector work?…

Comment by DaNeutral. on 08-04-2019

PEDDED UP TO THE EYEBALLS, Both of them. PBC fighters need to be very heavily drug tested.

Comment by fistandfury on 08-04-2019

Not impressive, two extremely light punching fat heavyweights that get blown away by Wilder. If you land that many punches as a HW, and the fight goes 12, you don't have HW power plain and simple

Comment by Plick647 on 08-04-2019

it was a lot closer than the scores said. i was thinking about the 10th this could end up being a draw, really easily.

Comment by ikigai on 08-04-2019

[QUOTE=juggernaut666;19960577]How were they off you could only give really Arreola 2 clear rnds ..and beyond that ? Not so much. Competitve doesn't mean you give rnds to the other guy he has to win them. Clearly if you watch the…

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