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CompuBox Offers Numbers Breakdown Of Crawford, Charlo, Santa Cruz Wins

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CompuBox Offers Numbers Breakdown Of Crawford, Charlo,  Santa Cruz Wins

Terence Crawford won the boxing weekend, as his dominance over Jeff Horn moved him past Vasyl Lomachenko on some pundits' pound for pound list. Jermell Charlo's stock dropped, as his KO streak ended, and Leo Santo Cruz edged up some, as his voluminous output versus Abner Mares told fight fans that he is clearly the better of the two.

CompuBox shone a brighter light on how those wins came about, via an examination of stats:

INSIDE THE NUMBERS   

CRAWFORD KO 9 HORN, SANTA CRUZ W 12 MARES, CHARLO W 12 TROUT

6- avg. punches landed per round by Horn vs. Crawford (welter avg.: 17)

7- avg. punches landed per round by Crawford's previous 10 opponents 

SEEMS LIKE CRAWFORD IS A STELLAR DEFENDER, YES?

8 of 9- rounds in which Horn landed in single digits in total punches vs. Crawford

17%- pct. body landed/total punches landed by Charlo vs. Trout (CompuBox avg.: 23.3%)

SO, WAS JERMELL OUTED AS BEING NOT THE NEXT BIG THING IN THIS WIN?

23- power punches landed by Crawford in round nine vs. Horn, the most by a Horn opponent

30- avg. punches landed per round by Santa Cruz in two fights vs. Mares (feather. avg.: 17)

34- avg. punches thrown per round by Trout vs. Charlo (jr. middle avg.: 56)

YEAH, THAT FIGHT UNDER DELIVERED….

44 to 6- edge in power punches landed by Crawford in the last two rounds vs. Horn

45- punches landed by Santa Cruz in the last round of both fights vs. Mares

48%- pct. of power punches landed by Crawford vs. Horn, the same pct. Crawford landed in his previous 10 fights

57- total punches thrown by Horn in last two rounds vs. Crawford

58- total punches landed by Horn vs. Crawford

68- avg. punches thrown per round by Trout vs. Hurd

92- total punches landed by Horn vs. Pacquiao

106- avg. punches thrown per round by Santa Cruz in two fights vs. Mares (feather. avg.: 59)

151- combined punches landed by Santa Cruz & Mares in the last round of both fights – that's more than 2x the feather. combined avg. of  68 per round 

208- punches landed by Mares in rematch vs. Santa Cruz

226- punches landed by Mares in first fight vs. Santa Cruz

357- punches landed by Santa Cruz in rematch vs. Mares

373- punches landed by Santa Cruz in the first fight vs. Mares

THOSE THAT SAID NO REMATCH NEEDED WERE SORTA RIGHT, NO?

INSIDE THE NUMBERS   

CRAWFORD KO 9 HORN, SANTA CRUZ W 12 MARES, CHARLO W 12 TROUT

487- combined punches thrown by Santa Cruz & Mares in the last round of both fights- that's more than 2x the feather. combined avg. of 236 per round

931- punches thrown by Mares in rematch vs. Santa Cruz

977- punches thrown by Mares in first fight vs. Santa Cruz

1054- punches thrown  by Santa Cruz in the first fight vs. Mares

1061 – punches thrown  by Santa Cruz in rematch vs. Mares 

1164- combined punches landed by Santa Cruz & Mares in their two fights (feather. avg.: 826)

4023- combined punches thrown by Santa Cruz and Mares in their two fights (feather. avg.: 2832)

Editor/publisher Michael Woods got addicted to boxing in 1990, when Buster Douglas shocked the world with his demolition of the thought to be impregnable Mike Tyson. The Brooklyn-based journalist Woods has covered the sport since then, for ESPN The Magazine, ESPN.com, ESPN New York, RING, and he was editor of TheSweetScience.com from 2007-2015. Woods is also an accomplished blow by blow and color man, having done work for Top Rank, DiBella Entertainment, EPIX, and for Facebook Fightnight Live since 2017. He now does work for PROBOX TV, the first truly global boxing network.