Robert Easter Jr vs Javier Fortuna Scorecard by mike25


scorecard by MIKE25
Round
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Total
ROBERT EASTER JR
9
9
9
9
10
9
10
10
9
9
10
9
112
JAVIER FORTUNA
10
9
10
10
9
10
9
9
10
10
9
10
115

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Champion97's picture

Same outcome and margin as me!
I wouldn't mind seeing a rematch, I would be interested to see how Easter would or wouldn't improve on his performance. I think too often, judges think about what could happen, rather than what is happening, they like talent, and they look for reasons to give a guy a round, rather than actually judging the round properly and neutrally.

I would like to see a rematch between the 2. I wonder how Easter would fight the rematch as well. I think sometimes they might judge based off name and talent, it's hard to win a competitive fight from the judges if you are the b-side.

Watching Spence vs Peterson, then Groves vs Eubank, then the fights you recommended.

Champion97's picture

Yeah that too, and it is not right in my opinion, the A-side gets privileges, OK, but that shouldn't be one of them.

Cool, great performance from Spence that. Awesome.

I think a side should have privledges, but judges shouldn't be one of them. I think it makes the playing field uneven.

It was a great performance from Spence.

Champion97's picture

I think the A-side can be the A-side, but not take the mick, Carl Froch offered George Groves an 85/15 split at one point in between their fights, that's a joke.

I think he is the best in his division apart from maybe Crawford and maybe not even him.

I think with in reason the a side can be the a side like you said. That's a ripoff of an offer to Groves.

I would love to see Spence vs Crawford.

Champion97's picture

If it happens in 2019, who you got?

Crawford, what about you?

Champion97's picture

I don't know man, I certainly think Spence is a threat, the strongest threat at 147, and we don't know how great Crawford will be at 147, he isn't going to be as good as he was at 140, I think we know that, and also, Spence is a couple of years younger, in a 50/50 fight, 29 beats 31 nearly anyday. Spence's last 4 performances have been outstanding, one was a meaningful win which was difficult for 6 rounds, and then it was a one man fight, and against good fighters like Peterson, guys who have proven themselves able to compete at this level, and as tough challengers, he clearly wins every minute of every round, with age and weight on his side, he can beat anyone. You know what, I actually think I might edge Spence.