Miguel Berchelt vs Jonathan Victor Barros

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Miguel Berchelt vs Jonathan Victor Barros
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Date: 
Saturday, June 23, 2018
Location: 
Polyforum Zam Ná, Merida, Yucatán, Mexico
Rounds Scheduled: 
12
Contracted Weight: 
130
Titles at Stake: 
WBC Super Featherweight World Title
Referee: 
Michael Griffin

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Fan Cards: Miguel Berchelt vs Jonathan Victor Barros


scorecard by GOOSU
Round
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Total
MIGUEL BERCHELT
10
10
20
JONATHAN VICTOR BARROS
9
8
17


scorecard by SALTNUTZ1
Round
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Total
MIGUEL BERCHELT
10
10
20
JONATHAN VICTOR BARROS
9
8
17


scorecard by BOXING KNOWLEDGE
Round
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Total
MIGUEL BERCHELT
10
10
20
JONATHAN VICTOR BARROS
9
8
17


scorecard by GOLD
Round
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Total
MIGUEL BERCHELT
10
10
20
JONATHAN VICTOR BARROS
9
8
17


scorecard by MATCHROOM
Round
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Total
MIGUEL BERCHELT
10
10
20
JONATHAN VICTOR BARROS
9
8
17


Comments

Champion97's picture

Prediction,

I think Berchelt is underrated, he can punch, clearly, 85% KO ratio, he can fight, and as he showed against Miura, he can box. Berchelt is 26, so probably at the start of his prime now, he will be aiming to build his name more, try to set up a unification fight with another champion, but definitely, I think, as he keeps boxing well, fighting hard and making statements, he will make more of a name for himself, make the big fights more likely.

Barros was good in his prime, he is 34, so he probably still is good even at world level. Barros is a former world champion, he defeated Irving Berry for the vacant WBA 126lb title in 2010, he defended his title twice, beating challengers Miguel Roman and Celestino Caballero, only to then rematch Caballero and lose, losing his title. Barros has been in against Gamboa, Mikey Garcia, Lee Selby, he's lost to these guys, stopped in 8 by Mikey (the only time Barros got stopped), but he has mixed it with great fighters. Barros has plenty of experience, he has the Cabalerro and Roman victories, and his record, overall, is 41-5-1.

Berchelt has the age advantage, and a very big age advantage.
Berchelt might have a slight size advantage.
Berchelt has been much more active than Barros throughout 2016, 17, and what there has been of 18.
I think Berchelt is the much bigger puncher.

It seems really, like Berchelt should win this with no trouble, he is better in my opinion than anyone Barros has ever fought apart from Mikey Garcia, but it is more about how he wins, what kind of a statement he can make.

Exactly how competitive or not so competitive this fight is, does also depend on Barros, his preparedness, desire, just how much damage has been inflicted on him in his 47 fights career. Barros shouldn't be written off completely, but I just think Barros, really, to win this fight, might need for Berchelt to really lousily overlook him, and the chances of a champion who has shown himself to be be as disciplined as Berchelt has, overlooking any opponent, much less an opponent with the experience of Barros, at all, are slim to none.

I think Berchelt wins this fight, and I think he will be the second to stop Barros.
I think Berchelt has the superior boxing skills, he has long arms, and he has been more active, these are some of the reasons why Berchelt is likely to really make a great start the fight and bag the first couple of rounds. I think Berchelt will take his time, I don't think Barros will give him many openings, he'll probably move his head, feint, try his best to be as awkward, intimidating as possible, and he will know how not to make mistakes whoch are easily made by an inexperienced fighter. I think whenever Barros let's anything go, the faster, younger, more skilled fighter will tag him on the counter, and if Barros gets too brave, too adventurous, trades with Berchelt in a dogfight, that's a bad, bad idea. Barros might try to use his experience, make it dirty, but I don't think was ever skilled enough to do that against a fighter who is learning and improving at the rate Berchelt is.

I think after 3 rounds, Berchelt will be patiently winning the rounds, but at this stage, he might be starting to take a toll on Barros. I think Berchelt's power, and Barros's age, fatuige will start to show in round 4, he might go down, Barros, seem to be trying to survive, and seem to be losing confidence in his own chance of winning the fight. I think in round 5, Berchelt with be patient, but ruthless, he'll put Barros down again, a couple of times, see that Barros is badly hurt, and he will get him of there.

I think Berchelt stops Barros in 5 rounds.

Barros has been off for a year, since the Selby domination. I see Berchelt stopping him in under 8 rounds.