Michael Montero breaks down the often misleading impression that total CompuBox punch numbers can give on a fight. Many times, historical and especially “round by round” data gives a much more accurate impression of which fighter did the cleaner, more effective, punching for the majority of the rounds in a bout. Taking a closer look at the punch data from the IBF middleweight title fight between Daniel Jacobs and Sergiy Derevyanchenko last Saturday night in New York, Montero explains how HBO commentators failed to provide the in depth analysis that viewers would have benefited from.
Note: Clean Punching is only 1 of the 4 major scoring categories in a professional boxing match. Obviously other factors play a role, but this video (taken from ‘The Neutral Corner: episode #145’) focuses on punching.
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