Juan Manuel Lopez vs Cristian Ruben Mino

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Juan Manuel Lopez vs Cristian Ruben Mino
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Date: 
Saturday, November 10, 2018
Location: 
Miami-Dade County Fair & Expo, Miami, Florida, USA
Rounds Scheduled: 
10
Referee: 
James Warring

Official Judging
Fernando Barbosa 96 - 89
John Rupert 96 - 89
Rocky Young 97 - 88

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Fan Cards: Juan Manuel Lopez vs Cristian Ruben Mino


scorecard by BOXING KNOWLEDGE
Round
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Total
JUAN MANUEL LOPEZ
10
9
10
10
9
10
10
10
10
10
98
CRISTIAN RUBEN MINO
9
10
7
8
10
8
9
9
9
8
87


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Champion97's picture

Prediction,

Juan Manuel Lopez is good, did well at world level in 2008-2012, he's been declining for a few years, he's shot now I think, his last 2 of his last 3 fights have been tough losses, he was knocked spark out by Jesus Cuellar 3 fights ago, got a win against Wilfredo Vazquez Jr (24-6), but then took on Jayson Velez, a fighter I do not think is better than him, and he got dropped, beaten up, stopped, that was 8 months ago, so he's had a bit of a rest, definitely not too much time out for a veteran, but he has more miles, is older than in jis recent losses.

Mino has lost his last two fights, he was unbeaten before that, but in terms of the name he is fighting, this is a big step up, he is only 21, and he hasn't won a title fight, he lost when he stepped up to International and Fecarbox level, he did lose to unbeaten fighters, but he didn't have success in either fight. Mino is fighting a shot Lopez, he does have 81% KOs, so he might be able to hurt Lopez, he is much the fresher fighter, but because he is coming off two losses himself, he might not much momentum.

I think Lopez, even 35, having been dropped I believe about 10 times, stopped 6 times, sparked, having been in a lot of wars, even taking all this into consideration, is still much too much for Mino, it is levels, calibre, and Lopez, even shot, can still step down to this level and win.

I think for Lopez, if he was himself in 2010, he might have to watch out for the odd shot, but it would be easy, an absolute mismatch, but he is not the same fighter now, still, even though he might get hurt in this fight, might not be physically stronger, is the old man in this fight, he's still the better fighter, and will probably still win this by stoppage, maybe in 6 rounds. Lopez has devastating power, an old fighter who is past his best can still punch like he could when he was young, with one good shot.