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Lomachenko vs. Linares: CompuBox - Inside The Numbers

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Vasyl Lomachenko stopped Jorge Linares in the 10th round on Saturday to claim the World Boxing Association lightweight world title and a slice of boxing history at Madison Square Garden.

Ukraine’s Lomachenko survived a sixth-round knock-down to set a record in claiming a world title in a third weight division in just his 12th professional fight.

Lomachenko finished off the tightly contested bout with a fierce burst in the 10th, capped by a vicious left to the body that sent Linares down.

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7.2- avg. jabs landed per round by Vasiliy Lomachenko vs. Jorge Linares (lightweight avg.: 4.6)

18.3%- pct. of body landed/total landed by Vasiliy Lomachenko  vs. Jorge Linares, slightly below the CompuBox avg. of 22.3%, but ironically the punch that KO'd Linares

20- number of jabs landed by Vasiliy Lomachenko in round 8, the most he's landed in his 12 pro fights

29- number of punches landed by Jorge Linares in round 9, the most by a Loma opponent in his 12 pro fights

55-  number of jabs thrown  by Vasiliy Lomachenko in round 8, more than double the lightweight avg. 

102- number of punches thrown Jorge Linares in round 9, the most by a Loma opponent in his 12 pro fights

207- number of punches landed by Jorge Linares, the most by a Loma opponent in his 12 pro fights

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by royjonesjrKTFO on 05-15-2018

[QUOTE=Street15;18770973] Linares was badly hurt and fatigued. There was nothing more he could do when in that kind of pain.[/QUOTE] He was bleeding also. It was beginning to look bad before the liver shot came.

Comment by Street15 on 05-14-2018

Incredible poise by Loma. Linares looked really good in spots. His size advantage gave him extra confidence it seemed. Linares started to fatigue in the 8th, trying to avoid alot of jabs. The 9th surprised me as he got an…

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