Curtis Stevens vs Wale Omotoso

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Curtis Stevens vs Wale Omotoso
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Date: 
Saturday, August 3, 2019
Location: 
Barclays Center, Brooklyn, New York, New York, USA
Rounds Scheduled: 
10
Contracted Weight: 
154
Referee: 
Johnny Callas

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Fan Cards: Curtis Stevens vs Wale Omotoso


scorecard by DIEGOYEYE
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CURTIS STEVENS
8
8
16
WALE OMOTOSO
10
10
20


scorecard by MATCHROOM
Round
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CURTIS STEVENS
8
8
16
WALE OMOTOSO
10
10
20


scorecard by HTTP
Round
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CURTIS STEVENS
8
8
16
WALE OMOTOSO
10
10
20


scorecard by MINIMAXBOXING
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CURTIS STEVENS
10
10
20
WALE OMOTOSO
8
8
16


scorecard by PETIEROACH
Round
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12
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CURTIS STEVENS
8
8
16
WALE OMOTOSO
10
10
20


scorecard by SALTNUTZ1
Round
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CURTIS STEVENS
8
8
16
WALE OMOTOSO
10
10
20


Comments

Champion97's picture

Prediction,

Stevens has fought at middleweight in his last few fights, but he has never fought at 154, he has fought at cruiserweight once, light heavyweight many times, he has made middleweight comfortably in his last few fights, but he has never weighed in as light as 157, so at 34, making 154 will be very tough, not impossible he makes the weight and rehydrates, if he his naturally small enough, he is only 5'7, but making 154 seems like a big ask for Stevens, I think he might be weight drained at 154.

Stevens wasn't bad in his prime, beat Tureano Johnson, Piotr Wilczewski, but he lost wide to Andre Dirrell, N'Dam, and against Golovkin, like most, he got destroyed. Stevens got knocked spark out against David Lemiuex in March 2017. Stevens has fought once in almost 2 and a half years, that was against Carlos Rafael Cruz, who he stopped in 4, Cruz was 18-2, but had been previously stopped twice, and earlier than Stevens stopped him, both times. Stevens comes off a year out, 34, has a lot of miles, took a lot of damage against Lemiuex, Golovkin, Brinkley.

Omotoso has been in against James, Booker, Vargas, not bad fighters, but he doesn't have any half-decent wins at world level, he is 34, so past his prime, but he's never been stopped, Omotoso, and he did well against Vargas, won a good few rounds, dropped James.

Stevens has fought at the higher level overall, has the better wins, he's technically better, but I think Omotoso hits harder, and I don't think Stevens can make 154 without being drained.

Both fighters have been inactive, both have fought once in the last year, Omotoso is coming off a loss, Stevens is coming off a win, both fought only once in 2017, and both have fought 1-2 times I the last 2 years, but Stevens has been more inactive than Omotoso, Stevens has taken a lot more damage in his career than Omotoso has, he might be shot, he might have a bit left.

I think Stevens is a level above Omotoso, but inactivity, damage, are factors that I think will work against Stevens, and although the weight will work in his favour if he is not drained, I think he will be drained if he makes 154, and Omotoso can do a lot of damage if that is the case, especially to the body.

I think Stevens will edge this fight by SD, it is a very tough one to call, but I don't think any of the advantages Omotoso might have will be enough to overcome the difference in level.

Damn I really regret changing my pick from Omotoso by early KO to Stevens by UD. I knew Stevens wasn't the same, that Omotoso has a great chin and that Omotoso can punch very hard early on. Should have just went with the upset and not the save option