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Shawn Porter-Yordenis Ugas - CompuBox Punch Stats

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In a fight that defied expectations on several levels, Shawn Porter (the master mauler) retained his WBC welterweight title by boxing effectively from long-range for most of the contest (leading 65-49 in jab connects and 26%-22% in jab accuracy) while the usually scientific Yordenis Ugas stalked and landed well to the body (he led 57-34 in body connects) and tied Porter with 79 power connects while being more accurate in that department (35%-28%).

Porter overcame an early deficit and worked his way back into the fight as, after six rounds, Porter led 68-67 in total connects, then, in rounds 7-12, Porter out-landed Ugas 76-61 overall and prevailed in total connects in three of the final four rounds.

In the end, Porter led 144-128 overall, and the CompuBox round-by-round breakdown of total connects had the fight 5-5-2. Porter was more active (42.9 punches per round to Ugas' 37.4), which may have helped Porter over the finish line. Scoring: 116-112, 115-113 P, 117-111 U.

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Dignity Health Sports Park, Carson, California - Shawn Porter edged Yordenis Ugas by split decision to retain his WBC welterweight title on Saturday. (photos by Fox Sports, Sean Ham, Abeel Ahmad).

The American only just managed to hold onto his crown in California, two judges scoring the fight 116-112 and 115-113 in his favour, with the other giving it to Ugas 117-111.

Porter, 31, struggled to make weight and he was below his best against challenger Ugas.

"I think we won the majority of the rounds. I would not have given Ugas very many," he said after his win.

Ugas, the 32-year-old Cuban coming off eight straight wins, rattled Porter and only just fell short of an upset win.

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