Julian Williams vs Jeison Rosario

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Julian Williams vs Jeison Rosario
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Average: 3.7 (3 votes)

Date: 
Saturday, January 18, 2020
Location: 
Liacouras Center, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
Rounds Scheduled: 
12
Contracted Weight: 
154
Titles at Stake: 
WBA & IBF Light Middleweight World Titles (Williams's 1st defence)
Referee: 
Benjy Esteves Jr

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Fan Cards: Julian Williams vs Jeison Rosario


scorecard by AJPENA
Round
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2
3
4
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8
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12
Total
JULIAN WILLIAMS
10
9
10
9
38
JEISON ROSARIO
9
10
9
10
38


scorecard by GOOSU
Round
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2
3
4
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9
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12
Total
JULIAN WILLIAMS
10
9
10
9
38
JEISON ROSARIO
9
10
9
10
38


scorecard by NF82
Round
1
2
3
4
5
6
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9
10
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12
Total
JULIAN WILLIAMS
10
9
10
10
39
JEISON ROSARIO
9
10
9
9
37


scorecard by GOLD
Round
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Total
JULIAN WILLIAMS
10
9
10
9
38
JEISON ROSARIO
9
10
9
10
38


scorecard by FLOYD TOUGH COMPETITOR MAYWEATHER
Round
1
2
3
4
5
6
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8
9
10
11
12
Total
JULIAN WILLIAMS
10
9
9
9
37
JEISON ROSARIO
9
10
10
10
39


scorecard by CLEMING
Round
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Total
JULIAN WILLIAMS
10
9
10
10
39
JEISON ROSARIO
9
10
9
9
37


scorecard by CAPMAN
Round
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Total
JULIAN WILLIAMS
10
9
10
9
38
JEISON ROSARIO
9
10
9
10
38


scorecard by BRAIN79
Round
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Total
JULIAN WILLIAMS
10
9
10
9
38
JEISON ROSARIO
9
10
9
10
38


scorecard by MBUCK
Round
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Total
JULIAN WILLIAMS
10
9
10
9
38
JEISON ROSARIO
9
10
10
10
39


scorecard by MINIMAXBOXING
Round
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Total
JULIAN WILLIAMS
10
9
10
9
38
JEISON ROSARIO
9
10
9
10
38


scorecard by CASUALFAN
Round
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Total
JULIAN WILLIAMS
10
9
9
9
37
JEISON ROSARIO
9
10
10
10
39


scorecard by JAROD KILLIAN
Round
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Total
JULIAN WILLIAMS
10
9
9
10
38
JEISON ROSARIO
9
10
10
9
38


scorecard by CHAMPION97
Round
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Total
JULIAN WILLIAMS
10
9
10
9
38
JEISON ROSARIO
9
10
9
10
38


Comments

Champion97's picture

Prediction,

I think Williams stops Rosario in the mid rounds, I think this is a tune up, hopefully he is in a big fight later in the year. Rosario beat Jorge Cota in his last fight, but only by SD, Cota was stopped early against Jermell Charlo and Lubin, he was stopped in 6 against Gallimore, Rosario, so I don't think he's levels below Williams.

Prediction,

Bookmakers consider Julian a clear favorite and do not give Rosario due respect. I believe that Rosario can create problems for Julian. Rosario is a physical tough guy and he has a punching power. Williams has faster hands and he has a better footwork. his overall boxing level looks higher.but Williams misses the shots, his defense is not perfect. I think that in this fight a lot will depend on the game plan.
I consider Julian a 60/40 favorite and I think the fight will end ahead of schedule.

Champion97's picture

And my predictions are low skill? This prediction is very similar to my short predictions, skills, speed, power, etc, basic, not much detail.

stupid creature.
will you now pursue me until the end of your life?
Yes, your predictions are low, at least because they are inaccurate. you are trying to put the whole history of boxrec boxer boxers into your prediction, thereby stretching the very essence of the prediction.no matter how much you try to introduce logic and construct into your low-predicts, in the end you will still remain with your subjective opinion. boxing vision is a defining indicator here. I, too, can retell the entire history of boxers in prediction. it is pointless in my opinion.

you are not able to withstand even the most ordinary criticism, you want me to change my mind. you write me whole poems, attach links to your successful predictions, try to insult me. you consider yourself almost an expert, not modestly, but you must remain with your opinion, and I with yours. I am for you a troll who does not understand anything in boxing. you are an impostor for me who can do nothing but write dissertations with 80% H2O. There are many people like you in the CIS. I am really not interested in continuing this senseless conflict. if you continue, I just have to add you to ignore. I respect this site, one of the best. don't litter it please.

Champion97's picture

I've never come across such a hypocrite, I gave the same criticism as you when you 'just expressed your opinion', if I was hurt by your words and aggressive because I called you a troll and an idiot, how are you not hurt by the same words and aggressive when you call me a 'stupid creature'?

In general, my predictions are accurate, the one I just got wrong was an upset. In other words, I have the common sense to do my research and take into account a lot of factors that you don't understand are improtant, but if you thought my predictions were reliant on BoxRec, you were wrong, I sent you evidence and I can send you more, I break down the attributes, styles of the fighters, weaknesses, I take into account, everything that is important, and I am experienced and knowledgeable enough to know what is an isn't important.

The criticism from you was based on a misinterpretation and flawed logic, the factors I mentioned are important in boxing. Yes, I attatch links to successful predictions which, based on the length and detail, prove I got the outcome and overall fight right, for the right reasons, it wasn't a case of luck. That's called proving someone wrong, I proved you wrong, just hold your hands up man.

You need thicker skin, you can dish it out but you can't take it.

Link me to the site you are on and your scorecards, back yourself up. My Russian is not good, but I wouldn't mind giving the prediction competition on your site a go. I have no interest in continuing the non-boxing related discussion, but this is a boxing forum, let's talk boxing, what's your rough break down of Wilder vs Fury II?

You got the much closer prediction here. @Temirlan

do you have whatsapp?

Champion97's picture

No, I'm not active on the Internet outside this site, do you suggest that to avoid clogging the fight page? Because I can always refresh the fight page, and save your initial prediction. Could you just send me a link to the site? I've looked up CIS boxing and found nothing, so I assume that's not the name of the site.

ok, then you need to register on the VKontakte social network and find "нокаут" community there

Champion97's picture

Thanks. I think I've found it, I might or might not register at some point. You are more than welcome to join the prediction competition on this site, not for January, but February. What's your prediction for Wilder vs Fury II? It's an interesting fight because the boxer wins the rematch more often than the puncher, but a lot of people think Wilder will beat Fury this time.

I think all people split about 50/50. Some believe that Fury just needs to avoid making the same mistakes, others believe that Wilder has almost done his job and if he does not spend time on unprepared lunges as in the first fight, then he should send Fury to the knockout. I believe that specifically in this revenge, Wilder is easier to correct his mistakes. so I think Wilder will win.

Champion97's picture

It's a pick'em, we needed the rematch after the first fight being a draw. Logically, Fury should be better this time not just because he's the better boxer but because ring rust was still a factor last time, he should get into a rhythm earlier this time, get his timing earlier, and his conditioning should be better. It's interesting with Wilder, because you could argue he shouldn't swing wildly like that, but that's his style, if he tries to be clever, he won't be making Fury work as hard, I think he should stick with what he knows, not to say he should just swing for the fences, I think he should straighten the right hand, so Fury doesn't avoid it so easily, but I don't think Wilder will do much differently this time. I think Fury wins, but I think it will be close, wouldn't be surprised if Wilder won, and I can see Fury hitting the deck again. I think if Fury wins, but it's close, Wilder is bound to activate the rematch clause, so there will be a trilogy.

ok, then you need to register on the VKontakte social network and find "нокаут" community there

I personally do not believe that Wilder will not be able to hit, I will be surprised if Fury can avoid a knockout.

Champion97's picture

I disagree because I don't think Wilder can find the opening against Fury, like Klitschko couldn't, because Fury is aware, and Fury's judgement of distance, use of his reach, is brilliant, having said that, it takes one shot with Wilder as we've seen in his last 2 fights, and Fury can't afford mistakes. I think Wilder will knock Fury down again, and more than once, but I don't think he will knock him out because Fury has good survival skill, and his recovery is phenomenal.

I think this fight will show which of us understands boxing better

Champion97's picture

I doubt that, it's one fight. If you are another hardcore boxing fan, and also take pride in your knowledge, I don't expect you to agree I know more than you.

If I'm being honest, I don't have time to write detailed analyses for every prediction, and some of my predictions, like for Hart vs Smith Jr, was rough and brief, so I understand why you would look at those and think I have limited knowledge, those were primitive, however, so was your prediction for this fight, nothing that didn't make sense, but not a lot of detail, like some of my predictions. Did you read the predictions I sent you? Because if you read my prediction analyses for the big fights, you see my predictions are most certainly not low skill or primitive, I have been following boxing for 9 years, I work hard on my analyses, you can see why I didn't take too kindly to you saying my predictions were all low skill, some are, but certainly not all.

Also, whilst you can't write a good analysis just by looking at BoxRec, do you not think the information you get from BoxRec is improtant in any fight? If you know boxing, you'll know the importance of activity, pedigree, but still, if you read my longer analyses, you can see I watch the fighters fight, and break down the fight itself.

Jarod Killian's picture

Early candidate for Upset of the Year!!

Huge upset indeed. Do you think Rosario could beat Harrison, Hurd or Charlo?

Champion97's picture

I hope you don't mind me chiming in with my opinion. I think Rosario would beat Hurd and Harrison, but not Charlo, what do you think?

Jarod Killian's picture

It's hard to say. I think the 154lbs division is really up for grabs at this point. Rosario was impressive tonight but as we found out last year anyone can be impressive for a fight. So I think he does stand a good chance against any of those 3. I thought Harrison was clearly in control against Charlo in the rematch until he got put away. Rosario I think packs more of a punch than Harrison so I could see him giving Charlo trouble. BUT, before I make up my mind for sure with Rosario and give a definitive answer, I need to see if he's really all that or just another one hit wonder like Andy Ruiz Jr, Tony Harrison, etc. Chances are JRock will get an immediate rematch probably if I had to speculate here in the next 6 months. So by the end of the summer, JRock could very well be the champion again.

Champion97's picture

Definitely up for grabs, not any dominant champions. Do you think Williams beats Rosario in a rematch?

Jarod Killian's picture

It’s not that far fetched I had it 38-38 into the 5th. I believe I had Andy Ruiz Jr ahead at the time of the stoppage last year. Jeison admitted after this fight this was the first time he did a proper training camp so doesn’t sound to me like he’s the most disciplined out there not saying that’s not to change but until he can show consistency I can’t jump on a band wagon.

Champion97's picture

Seems wise, might well be another one hit wonder, but if he lacked dicipline, that might explain the loss to Gallimore and the SD against Cota, those are the reasons why I didn't think it was that interesting a fight, and I didn't watch Rosario fight before I saw this fight, that might also why even if he tried not to, Williams underestimated him in the back of his mind.

Champion97's picture

I think Williams engaged to much, he didn't stay in the pocket, he used his feet, used his jab, but he should have thrown the right hand less often after he got hit clean in round 2 and felt the power, should have put less weight behind it, because he has skills to out box Rosario, and I think he would have won this fight if he'd used his jab more and been more patient, having said that, I think it's safe to say we underestimated Rosario, I don't know why he was stopped by Gallimore and only beat Cota by SD, maybe hasn't always been dedicated, but he proved himself at world level in this fight.