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Usyk vs. Briedis - CompuBox Historical Review

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WBO cruiserweight Oleksandr Usyk (last 4 fights) threw 14 more total punches per round than Mairis Briedis (last 4 fights) and landed slightly more. Both have above average jabs, Usyk landing 7.4 per round (throwing 40.9) and Briedis landing 6.3 jabs per round).

Briedis opponents landed just 20.1% of their total punches (cruiser. avg.: 29.7%) and just 21.7% of their power shots (cruiser avg.: 37.2%).

Usyk opponents landed 27.5% of their power shots- 10% lower than cruiser. avg.

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WBO World Champion Aleksandr Usyk (13-0, 11 KOs) and WBC World Champion Mairis Briedis (23-0, 18 KOs) exchanged words in Riga at the last press conference before the Ali Trophy semi-final bout in the Latvian capital on Saturday.

“I am going to entertain the crowd at the Arena Riga - that I can promise,” said Usyk.

“I have worked on some new things and Saturday you will see what I am talking about.”

10.000 fans are expected at the Arena Riga for the biggest unification fight in many years in the cruiserweight division; a semi-final in the World Boxing Super Series with a final in May in Jeddah, Saudi-Arabia and the Muhammad Ali Trophy at stake.

But hometown hero Briedis insists he doesn’t feel any pressure.

“My team is doing everything to take the pressure is off my shoulders. We are just concentrating on the fight. My dream is to deliver a fight that can go into the Boxing Hall of Fame.”

Said Comosa’s Chief Boxing Officer, Kalle Sauerland: “We are delighted to be in Riga. We have an absolute cracker. We have a fight between two world champions, two of the very, very best. We have a great arena and a country which seems captured by boxing and the fact that Muhammad Ali Trophy is coming to Latvia. We have a big showdown, Saturday night is all that boxing is about. Legacy is at stake.”

Tickets for the Usyk vs. Briedis, a semi-final in the cruiserweight division of the World Boxing Super Series, are on sale via bilesuserviss.lv.Usyk

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by john l on 01-29-2018

[QUOTE=Tatabanya;18442552]And of course you were right, nice scrap. Usyk is starting to show some sign of weakness here and there. As I wrote elsewhere, he'd better stay at cruiser; real heavyweights would do damage on him, boxing skills or not.[/QUOTE]…

Comment by Tatabanya on 01-28-2018

[QUOTE=john l;18440396]I think most of that was on Perez but I don't expect hager-hearns either but I WILL ALWAYS watch 2 top 3 go at it.[/QUOTE] And of course you were right, nice scrap. Usyk is starting to show some…

Comment by MrShakeAndBake on 01-27-2018

This will very tough fight for both. both unbeaten both have a belt to lose. Awesome. Go Usyk!

Comment by john l on 01-27-2018

[QUOTE=Tatabanya;18440382]Well, if Briedis did that with Perez there is no reason to expect anything different against Usyk, who is much superior to both... I am afraid this one will be a semi-stinker. Hope to be wrong, though.[/QUOTE] I think most…

Comment by Tatabanya on 01-27-2018

[QUOTE=dan_cov;18440366]Can't wait just please don't turn out to be anything that remotely resembles Breidis vs Perez :puke: That monstrosity gave me violent flashbacks of Wlad vs Povetkin[/QUOTE] Well, if Briedis did that with Perez there is no reason to expect…

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