Ohara Davies vs Tom Farrell

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Ohara Davies vs Tom Farrell
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Date: 
Saturday, September 30, 2017
Location: 
Echo Arena, Liverpool, Merseyside, UK
Rounds Scheduled: 
10
Contracted Weight: 
140
Titles at Stake: 
WBA International super lightweight title

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round 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
Ohara Davies
                                                                    
10
10
10
9.75
10
Tom Farrell
                                                                    
8
7
9
9.25
9


Fan Cards: Ohara Davies vs Tom Farrell


scorecard by CAPMAN
Round
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Total
OHARA DAVIES
10
10
10
10
10
50
TOM FARRELL
8
7
9
9
9
42


scorecard by BOXING KNOWLEDGE
Round
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Total
OHARA DAVIES
10
10
10
10
10
50
TOM FARRELL
8
7
9
9
9
42


scorecard by RORSCHACH
Round
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Total
OHARA DAVIES
10
10
10
9
10
49
TOM FARRELL
8
7
9
10
9
43


scorecard by CHAMPION97
Round
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Total
OHARA DAVIES
10
10
10
10
10
50
TOM FARRELL
8
7
9
9
9
42


Comments

Champion97's picture

Prediction,

I like this match up, bragging rights at steak, a fighter with an unbeaten record on the line, a fighter who is coming off a defeat, his first loss, and would be in a very difficult position if he was to lose. Both these guys have a lot to lose here, a lot to gain though. I think this will be a fan friendly fight.

I like Ohara Davies, many people don't, and that's fine, but it his character, his exterior which people love to hate, not Ohara himself. Davies, being unpopular, cheered against, is currently in a tough spot, losing to Josh Taylor the way he did, in a brilliant 6-7 round all out war, with Davies and Taylor both showing a lot of power, being able to overpower each other, but Taylor, he showed himself to be a level above Davies, I think it may have been the difference in amateur experience, I think he is very talented as well, Taylor, and in that fight against Davies, he was the one who was able to utilise his power, he was the one putting the combinations together well, he was the one who used offence early which could benefit him later, and Taylor, showing a vast difference in footwork, defensive ability, punch variety, and he, although on the receiving end himself a fair amount of times, hurt a couple of times, for a matter of seconds, dominated the fight, won 5-6 of the first 6 rounds, dropped, battered Davies, until Davies got up from the second knockdown of the fight in round 7, and turned his back, putting himself in a defenceless position, forcing the referee to stop the fight. Josh Taylor went home covered in glory, whilst Davies went home bitterly disappointed, with the jeers of 'quitter' surrounding him, Davies, I don't believe, 'quit', I think he took himself out of the fight for a second, on instinct, I think he feared medically for himself, I don't think it was about a fighter lacking heart, and I think had Davies been allowed a second or two to go into neutral, he would have chosen to continue, but nevertheless, Davies, and it is so sad whenever we see this in boxing, left doubt in the ring that he would and will always fight until he has got no fight left, it doesn't mean he isn't a warrior, Roberto Duran, Kell Brook, Nicholas Walters, Julio Cesar Chavez Jr, Victor Ortiz, all been in a similar situation, these fighters proved themselves to be anything but 'pussies', 'cowards', many years before heart came into question die time them seeming to choosing to retire from their fights. Ohara Davies, and I don't care if you have a punch bag with a picture of his face taped to it, must be commended for coming back so soon, jumping right back into the thick of it, taking on an unbeaten fighter, in his backyard, facing the press, facing the inevitable backlash, abuse, and getting on track to getting back to winning ways, hopefully. I think this is a good comeback fight for Davies, you could say he might have wanted to have had an 8 or 10 rounder first, maybe 2 of these, against steady but limited opposition, just get his rhythm back, any lost confidence back, but maybe that just isn't the way Davies wants time rebuild.

Tom Farrell is a decent fighter, unbeaten in 13 fights, stopped only 3, but he's good, he is the WBA International champion. The majority of Farrell's past opponents had lost a vast amount more fights than they had won, his last opponent had a record of 7-33, his first, 0-69, his second and third, 5-73, 9-195, his best opponent, may well have been
Kofi Yates, 13-1, defeated Lee Connelly, a declined Oisin Fagan, but never really competed at a higher level either. I don't think Farrell has competed at anything like the level Davies has competed at, and that will show in this fight, but it is good that Farrell will have the opportunity to show Liverpool how good a fighter he is.

I believe Ohara Davies will win this fight, and he will dominate, before getting the stoppage. I think Ohara will stop Farrell in 5 rounds, (40-35, 40-35, 40-35)

I noticed that the photo came up on ever fight but the fight with the two black fighters winning Natasha Jonas & Ohara Davies subtle racism and they performed the best.

rorschach's picture

Expected more from this one.

Ohara Davies won round 4 Davies won every round.

Champion97's picture

Yeah you're right!

Champion97's picture

I didn't like the job Steve Gray did in this fight, I would have stopped the fight earlier, definitely, I thought it was concerning to see the back of Farrell's head hit the floor at least twice.

Great performance from Ohara Davies!
I don't think Davies has a great all round skilset, he makes many mistakes, as we've seen, at a certain level, he is far from unbeatable, very far from it, but Ohara can really, really punch, I don't think that is all he has, just power, not at all, but it certainly his power which stands out.

I hope Farrell comes back from this, he showed good skill, limited, but solid, only limited because he hasn't been in with any good opponents before this fight, I think he could improve with increase in opposition level. The heart that he showed, you have to take your hat off to him, Farrell though, I think in the end, got up from that last knockdown because he was too tough, brave not to, rather than through wanting to continue.