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Spence, Crawford, Thurman - CompuBox Ranks The Best at 147

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The welterweight division is arguably the deepest in boxing today.  CompuBox ranks the top dogs at 147 lbs in 10 categories.  Errol Spence ranks #1 due to his offensive output and accuracy.  Terence Crawford, who makes his welterweight debut at welterweight in April vs. Jeff Horn, is the best defender.   

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Errol Spence: #1 in punches landed/thrown. Tied for #1 in jabs landed. #1 with 16 power landed per round. #2 with 47.1% power conn. pct. Opponents landed 29.9% of their power- #2. 31.4% of Spence's landed punches are body shots- #1 among top welterweights.

Terence Crawford: #1 with +14.6 plus/minus rating. Crawford tied with Spence for #1 with 6.6 jabs landed per round. Bud's 47.9% power connect pct. #1. Crawford opponents landed 20% of their total punches; 25% of their power punches and 7 punches per round- # 1 in all 3 categories.

Manny Pacquiao:  #1 has spot with 15.5 power shots landed per round. #2 with 19.4 punches landed per round. #2 with 58 thrown per round.

Keith Thurman: most accurate power puncher at 48% and #2 with 13.2 power punches landed per round.

Shawn Porter & Danny Garcia opponents landed 35% & 36.8% of their power shots.

Jeff Horn least accurate, landing just 25.2% of his total punches and 28.8% of power punches.

Spence & Pacquiao are the only fighters to throw above the welter. avg. All seven welterweights held their opponents power punch connect pct. & punches landed per round below the CompuBox avg.

Points Distribution: 7 fighters on the list. 7 points for #1 in each category; 6 points for #2; 5 points for #3; 4 points for #4; 3 points for #5; 2 points for #6; 1 point for #7

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Andre_parker1 on 01-25-2018

stats doesn't tell the whole story,let them fight to see who's the best

Comment by Michael1437 on 01-25-2018

[QUOTE=yoshik;18432981]Well, they would then have to consider number of years in the sport, and Pac Man would own that in terms of competition with Horn dead last. This is a fair assessment and at least an objective way to try…

Comment by Michael1437 on 01-25-2018

[QUOTE=aboutfkntime;18432918]yea, true also, who cares what your batting average is at the start of your career..... when you have put in 10 years at the top level, then those stats may count for something Crawford has never fought at welter.....…

Comment by Shadoww702 on 01-24-2018

[QUOTE=Sheldon312;18433146]The hype is real[/QUOTE] Hype are NOT you can't go around ranking fools off of past weight classes and SIMULATED/Guessing future fights.

Comment by HURTFEELINGS on 01-24-2018

Let's have a tournament 1 vs 3, 2 vs 4 winners fight!:poke:

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