Brandon Figueroa vs Moises Flores

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Brandon Figueroa vs Moises Flores
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Date: 
Sunday, January 13, 2019
Location: 
Microsoft Theater, Los Angeles, California, USA
Rounds Scheduled: 
12
Contracted Weight: 
126
Referee: 
Jack Reiss

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Fan Cards: Brandon Figueroa vs Moises Flores


scorecard by MJARSULIC
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BRANDON FIGUEROA
10
10
20
MOISES FLORES
9
9
18


scorecard by THEICEMANJDOG
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BRANDON FIGUEROA
10
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MOISES FLORES
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9
18


scorecard by NF82
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BRANDON FIGUEROA
10
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MOISES FLORES
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scorecard by CHAMPION97
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BRANDON FIGUEROA
10
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MOISES FLORES
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scorecard by GOLD
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BRANDON FIGUEROA
10
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MOISES FLORES
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scorecard by SALTNUTZ1
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BRANDON FIGUEROA
10
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20
MOISES FLORES
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9
18


scorecard by GOOSU
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BRANDON FIGUEROA
10
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20
MOISES FLORES
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9
18


scorecard by BOXING KNOWLEDGE
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BRANDON FIGUEROA
10
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20
MOISES FLORES
9
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18


Comments

Champion97's picture

Prediction,

I think this is a step up for Figueroa, Flores beat Figueroa's last opponent, it was a split decision, but I think would beat him decisively in a rematch.

This is the perfect fight for Figueroa, he is 17-0, improving, he's only 21, but if you can buy extra years in boxing, much better than being older than your rivals. This is not a rush for Figueroa, if he is better than his brother, has world level potential, because Flores is 32, is coming off a landslide loss, is very fortunate not to have an offical loss against Rigondeaux, but Flores has a good record, 25-1, has wins over Oscar Escandon of course, and also Paulus Ambunda, so I think it is a step up for Figueroa.

Flores hasn't fought at 126 for over 4 years, but I think he'll be strong in this fight, because he missed the weight against Roman, and I think he missed the weight because that last pound would have been murder, not because he didn't work hard enough to make weight, he is 5'9, which is very tall even for a featherweight.

I think Figueroa wins this, Figueroa still has a lot to learn, it will be a competitive fight, Flores will throw in high volume early, might win a couple of early rounds quite clearly by outworking and overwhelming Figueroa, but Figueroa will settle down as the fight goes on, and Flores will tire, and that's when Figueroa will take over. Flores is not the sort of fighter who has a reliable plan, knows how to fight at a good, consistent pace he can sustain, he just goes for it early, looks like he has more in the tank than his opponent, throws a phenomenal amount of punches, but he can't sustain that pace, the pace he was trying to force against Rigondeaux, and the pace he was forcing against Roman for 4 rounds, when he's working himself a lot harder than he is able to make his opponent work, no fighter can keep that up for 12 rounds. I think Flores will have punched himself out by round 6, and Figueroa will be coming on anyway, but will be able to completely take over as Flores gasses.

I think this will go 10, Figueroa will win a UD, 97-93 on average. I think this will be a good learning fight for Figueroa.

Champion97's picture

Great performance from Figueroa!
Figueroa didn't let Flores start fast like he normally does, worked the body early, and Flores had no answer, couldn't really do anything other than try to fight in the pocket, and when they were exchanging, Figueroa was doing all the damage. Flores was the worst I've ever seen him in this fight, but that was still a good statement from Figueroa.