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Leo Santa Cruz Slowed Down in Cesar Seda Win

Leo Santa Cruz, bothered somewhat by Cesar Seda's movement, fought at a more measured pace (25 of 69 punches landed per round).  Santa Cruz landed an avg. of 8 of 31 jab per round, while Seda landed a respectable 36% of his power shots.  Santa Cruz landed an avg. of 36 of 97 punches in his previous six fights.

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Cubanstyle on 12-16-2013

Rigondeaux will agbekoed him if they fight in 2014.

Comment by Tomasio on 12-16-2013

Santa Cruz usually averages 90-100 punches a Round & in this fight he averaged a lot less & even thou he clearly won & did good, by the way he fought one could tell that Seda's southpaw stance, movement &…

Comment by BendOver on 12-16-2013

Rigondeaux-leo, this is the fight

Comment by TOBYLEE1 on 12-16-2013

Santa Cruz was not enjoying those body blows and the occasional straight left made him think a bit when he went in. Also Seda had decent movement. Leo still looked good IMO, he is not just a one trick pony

Comment by Rikanlynx86 on 12-16-2013

Sedas Bodywork did that

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