Tom Schwarz vs Julian Fernandez

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Tom Schwarz vs Julian Fernandez
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Average: 2 (1 vote)

Date: 
Saturday, September 15, 2018
Location: 
Stadthalle, Magdeburg, Sachsen-Anhalt, Germany
Rounds Scheduled: 
12
Contracted Weight: 
Unlimited
Titles at Stake: 
WBO Heavyweight Inter-Continental Title

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Fan Cards: Tom Schwarz vs Julian Fernandez


scorecard by BOXING KNOWLEDGE
Round
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Total
TOM SCHWARZ
10
10
JULIAN FERNANDEZ
9
9


scorecard by MATCHROOM
Round
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Total
TOM SCHWARZ
10
10
JULIAN FERNANDEZ
9
9


scorecard by CHAMPION97
Round
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2
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12
Total
TOM SCHWARZ
10
10
JULIAN FERNANDEZ
9
9


scorecard by SALTNUTZ1
Round
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12
Total
TOM SCHWARZ
10
10
JULIAN FERNANDEZ
9
9


Comments

SalTnutZ1's picture
SalTnutZ1's picture

The fight is showing on that link, for anyone interested in watching the fight.

Champion97's picture

Thanks man.

Impressed by Schwarz?

SalTnutZ1's picture

He looked good physically. That was the best shape I've seen him in. Seems like he is getting his body and conditioning in shape as he ages and matures. He wasn't in against much, and not against a big Heavy, so I'm interested in seeing him step up in comp big time and see what he's made of. Of all of the young heavies, he is the furthest along in his career, in terms of number of fights, and grabbing belts to move him up the rankings, so a shot against an opponent with a real name in the next year should occur.

Matchroom's picture

I was gonna post this link, but I got busy getting ready for work and it slipped my mind.

SalTnutZ1's picture

https://www.google.com/search?q=Home+page&tbm=isch&tbs=simg:CAQSlwEJ4fIF...

Only poster I could find. If it works great, if not, oh well, lol

Champion97's picture

Sorry, couldn't add it

SalTnutZ1's picture

He crushed that kid. That is the best physical condition I've seen Schwarz in. He is ready for a step up in competition, and having that WBO Inter-Continental belt should give him some opportunities in the near future.

Champion97's picture

I thought it was a soft stoppage, let the guy get up to his feet at least.

SalTnutZ1's picture

For sure. He got hit hard and dropped hard, but too early a stoppage. Got to give the kid a chance to stand.

Champion97's picture

May vs Pac II who wins?

SalTnutZ1's picture

Tough one, as one is old and toward the shot side, and the other is old and inactive, but still relatively fresh in terms of damage taken over his career, at least comparatively. Even an active Manny, I don't think, had enough tools in his belt at this age to stop Money, and that would be his only shot at winning. Floyd wouldn't take it if he wasn't still training and in shape, and sure he can still outbox Manny.

Champion97's picture

I don't think Mayweather is fresh, and I think at 41, as inactive as he is, I think Pacquiao might have too much for him.

SalTnutZ1's picture

He's fresh in the sense that he's spent the last few years resting his body, and his only fight was against an MMA fighter, so he got work without getting hurt. Mayweather, like most all-time greats, still train, even when retired(look at guys like Wlad), so he is still in shape. Manny has still been in damaging fights, and has way more miles on him in his career, and is no spring chicken himself. As I said, it is tough, but I don't think Floyd takes it without knowing he still has something left in the tank, at least enough to get the win.

Champion97's picture

Meh, we don't know, I don't think Mayweather has been training that hard, he didn't train hard for McGregor, and he isn't coming off a break from fighting, he is coming out of retirement. I don't think that is of any value really (resting his body), because he is 41, and he has brittle hands, still had a 50 fight career, defensive genius or not, he isn't fresh. Pacquiao is younger than Mayweather though, and he isn't as worn as we might think he should be, I think the consistency, activity for Pacquiao compensates for him shipping more punches in his career, and miles he may have, Pacquiao, but the damage of the Marquez KO is overestimated, one shot, and Pacquiao hasn't been dropped 10 times like Khan, not beaten up, so I don't think he has many more miles than Mayweather. Well we'll see, that is a very valid point, I have said before, Mayweather knows when he will and won't win, tough call.

Champion97's picture

But to be fair, Mayweather is a genius, Pacquiao has been dropped 7 times, Mayweather just once, and the Matthysse win, meh, easier to criticise Matthysse than praise Pacquiao.

Matchroom's picture

Was hoping to see him go a few more rounds and see how he has improved his game a little more.