Jerwin Ancajas vs Alejandro Santiago Barrios

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Jerwin Ancajas vs Alejandro Santiago Barrios
Fan Rating: 
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3.666665
Average: 3.7 (3 votes)

Date: 
Friday, September 28, 2018
Location: 
Oracle Arena, Oakland, California, USA
Rounds Scheduled: 
12
Contracted Weight: 
115
Titles at Stake: 
IBF Super Flyweight World Title (Ancajas's 6th defence)
Referee: 
Lou Moret

Official Judging
Marshall Walker 111 - 118
Chris Wilson 114 - 114
Michael Tate 116 - 112

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Jerwin Ancajas
                                                                    
9.71
9.28
9.42
9.14
9.14
10
9.85
9.28
9.14
9.14
9.42
9.57
Alejandro Santiago
                                                                    
9.28
9.71
9.57
9.85
9.85
9
9.14
9.85
9.85
9.85
9.57
9.42


Fan Cards: Jerwin Ancajas vs Alejandro Santiago Barrios


scorecard by ITESTR
Round
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Total
JERWIN ANCAJAS
9
9
9
9
9
10
10
10
9
9
10
9
112
ALEJANDRO SANTIAGO
10
10
10
10
10
9
9
10
10
10
9
10
117


scorecard by OTURN10
Round
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Total
JERWIN ANCAJAS
10
10
9
9
10
10
9
9
9
9
10
9
113
ALEJANDRO SANTIAGO
9
9
10
10
9
9
10
10
10
10
9
10
115


scorecard by FLOYD TOUGH COMPETITOR MAYWEATHER
Round
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Total
JERWIN ANCAJAS
10
9
10
9
9
10
10
9
9
10
10
10
115
ALEJANDRO SANTIAGO
9
10
9
10
10
9
9
10
10
9
9
9
113


scorecard by MATCHROOM
Round
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Total
JERWIN ANCAJAS
9
9
9
9
9
10
10
9
10
9
9
10
112
ALEJANDRO SANTIAGO
10
10
10
10
10
9
9
10
9
10
10
9
116


scorecard by GOLD
Round
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Total
JERWIN ANCAJAS
10
9
10
9
9
10
10
9
9
9
9
10
113
ALEJANDRO SANTIAGO
9
10
9
10
10
9
9
10
10
10
10
9
115


scorecard by BOXING KNOWLEDGE
Round
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Total
JERWIN ANCAJAS
10
10
10
10
9
10
10
10
9
9
9
10
116
ALEJANDRO SANTIAGO
9
9
9
9
10
9
9
9
10
10
10
9
112


scorecard by SALTNUTZ1
Round
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Total
JERWIN ANCAJAS
10
9
9
9
9
10
10
9
9
9
9
9
111
ALEJANDRO SANTIAGO
9
10
10
10
10
9
9
10
10
10
10
10
117


Comments

Champion97's picture

Prediction,

I think Ancajas wins this by a unanimous 120-108 shutout.

Matchroom's picture

Could be a upset here, I had Santiago clearly winning a competitive fight, but he was the boss and had the eye catching shots throughout.

SalTnutZ1's picture

How high were these refs who had Ancajas tied, let alone winning?

Matchroom's picture

Good question, it was close in that Santiago didn't outright smash Ancajas, but Santiago clearly won at least 7 or 8 rounds definitively.

Champion97's picture

Was not expecting that! Expected this to be easy for Ancajas.
A lot of divided opinions, most people seem to think Santiago got robbed, but not everyone. I haven't seen the fight, but a rematch seems necessary.

SalTnutZ1's picture

This is the 3rd time I've seen Santiago get a Draw in a fight that I thought he won(2 fights against Martinez were clear wins for him, IMO).

Gold's picture

Unless they are mandated to do a rematch, I'd be shocked if they went for that option given Santiago did so well and that Santiago is an extremely low reward opponent. I didn't see this until after the fight, but apparently, Arum had been pursuing Rungvisai vs. Ancajas, so I wouldn't be surprised if he really tried to make it now.

Champion97's picture

I agree, was merely saying I think a rematch should happen, but no, you might think he'd want a Nietes or Gonzalez, a name, a bigger payday. I think Yafai might be the best in the division.

Gold's picture

I think someone could pretty easily argue that if they the confidence that Yafai was the #1 Super Flyweight, at 29 with four title fights they would have pushed harder to match him more competitively. A similar argument could be made with Ancajas. I'd be shocked if Yafai or Ancajas ended up being the best at 115 lbs.

Champion97's picture

Well you are thinking more from promotional standpoint, I'm talking about boxing skills, output, look at what he just did against Carmona, he is a good boxer, Rungvasai is very good, big puncher, good fighter, does everything well enough, but Yafai is the better technical fighter, and I just think the output, use of the ring, amateur pedigree, and boxing talent, timing, top level technical skill, I think might be too much for Rungvasai, we will see, if they fight. It is hard not to put Yafai top 3, I take it you rank Rungvasai top. My opinion is that Yafai is the best in the division, and I've explained why, could have more of a discussion, not saying you are, but I won't be bullied into changing my opinion, not on Yafai, not on Ramirez, not on Ramirez, Browne, Charlo.

Gold's picture

No I am saying if the promoters were more confident in his boxing skills, they would have matched him more competitively and/or tried to get him in a unification by now. Carmona is not terrible but he was well past it, lost three out of his past four before he fought Yafai. Concepcion and Rosales are probably his best wins. If Rungvisai's boxing wasn't good enough, he wouldn't have beat Estrada who is an excellent boxer himself, if Estrada would have got the decision he would have been in a lot of people's top 10 pound for pound lists. I held back on believing in Rungvisai until the Estrada fight personally, but he proved a lot in that fight. Rungvisai has both the best resume and ring ability shown in the division. I'd put Rungvisai, Estrada, Nietes, and Ioka above him personally, I think he's probably equal to Ancajas or slightly better. The thing about Yafai, Ramirez, Browne, and too an extent Charlo is that they lack competitive matchmaking, so it is easier for them to look good. Charlo will eventually be matched against Hurd and has far better competition than Yafai, Ramirez, and Browne so far.

Champion97's picture

I strongly disagree about Nietes being better, he's 36, in my opinion, that's crazy.

How do you know they haven't tried?, I think it is a can of worms to make too many assumptions and build up a theory in your head about what is going on behind closed doors, some fighters take a while to get fights, even champions, doesn't mean their promoters don't believe in them. Didn't lose badly though did he?, gave Inoue his toughest fight to date, just compare how much easier Yafai beat him.

I'm saying his boxing isn't as good as Yafai's, and Yafai would have done a better job on Estrada. Haha, steady on. He proved a lot more with the Gonzalez win, but the Estrada win was great, close fight, but Rungvasai did well, wasn't that he was the better technical fighter, but he could afford to take more chances, and he knew his strengths, had the right tactics. I don't know about the best ring ability. Disagree on that to an extent, but I agree that a lot of fighters lack competitive matchmaking, it is a common issue in boxing, but sooner or later, I think they will prove you wrong, like Callum did last night, but we will see, they are not proven as good, not proven as not good either, I will agree with you if and when they move up and get found out as not that good.

Not far better, they have all had decent competition.
My list for 115
Yafai
Rungvasai
Estrada
Ioka
Gonzalez
Nietes
Ancajas
Cuadras

This is another one of these pointless discussions, so I'm out.

You watching any of the live fights tonight?
And by the way, you impressed by Devin Haney?

Gold's picture

I don't think it is pointless, there are some objective things you are missing. For example, how do I know they haven't tried? These negotiations/potential fights always make it to the public, I follow that kind of news and the only big fight I've heard them try to make is Yafai vs. Gonzalez after Gonzalez lost to Rungvisai twice, so basically them trying to build Yafai off of Gonzalez. It isn't hard or very expensive to get competitor level guys at this weight either. Ioka got paid 25k, Arroyo 50k, both would be good opponents for Ancajas/Yafai, but they also might be too good of opponents so I can see why they wouldn't make those matches. If a promoter won't match someone competitively or at least try to, it makes me think they don't believe in them. Inoue hurt his hand early but still won ten rounds, floored Carmona and nearly got him out of there at the end of the twelfth. Taguchi has had the best performance versus Inoue so far when they fought early on for the Japanese Light Flyweight title. Carmona was never really good, and he was clearly a lot worse versus Yafai than he was versus Inoue. Again, putting a champion in versus someone who's lost three of their last four doesn't exactly show a lot of confidence in them to me. In regards to Nietes, he fights in a very economical style that ages well, pretty much the polar opposite to Gonzalez.

Massively disagree, Estrada is a fantastic boxer, he would beat Yafai easily and I don't have to speculate about that by talking about David Carmona. Estrada gave prime Gonzalez, a surefire HOF, the hardest fight of his career before Rungvisai at Gonzalez's best weight. He then went to Flyweight, where he beat Viloria and Milendo, two quality champions, and he also beat Cuadras at Super Flyweight. For the record, if you asked me I would have given Callum Smith a much better chance of beating Groves than I would give Yafai of beating Estrada, Rungvisai, etc. If they aren't proven to be good, the default position should be to believe they aren't until they've shown otherwise.

I mean to say they have all had decent competition is relative, Yafai's best opponent is Concepcion, Ramirez's is Imam, Browne's is the Polish guy he went life and death with, and Charlo's is old man Trout, so it's not really impressive.

I will probably watch the Linares vs. Abner Cotto main event but I expect Linares to get the KO and/or win easily. I wasn't aware that the PBC card isn't until tomorrow until I checked earlier today. I'd like to see how Joyce does, I've heard some rumblings they will actually make the Ortiz vs. Joyce fight.

Yes, I think Haney is a quality blue-chip prospect. I wish he would have gone up in gears and tried to finish Burgos though. I'd be surprised if Haney didn't win a world championship eventually, but they should take their time and wait for the right opportunity because in the immediate future it doesn't seem there will be an easy opportunity for a title at Lightweight. Even if Mikey vacates his IBF title and Commey gets it, I wouldn't want to match Haney against him too quickly.

Champion97's picture

I have problems I have to deal with, my stress levels are very high, I'm done with this discussion. Once we are down that road, I will leave it. You can disagree with me all you like, I will tell you once why I have my opinion, and that's it, you will not bully me into changing my opinion.

Man, all these paragraphs, we've already had this discussion, when you try to spin it in your favour no matter what, do what you accused Paulie of doing the other day, make it ridiculously one sided and unrealistic, there is not a more stressful, fruitless way of spending our time, and it makes me want to punch a wall, so, for the last time, when I say let's leave the discussion, or you do, we'll leave it, this is not work, no obligations.

He did try, Burgos is durable, and Haney is 19. I agree, he has so much time, he should be in his prime in 10 years time. No, I agree, Commey is good enough that active, he is a big risk for a teen, talented and improving or not.

I love that fight, who would you favour?

Gold's picture

It's not really a big deal who is right or wrong in the end, just a discussion that's not meant to be taken all that seriously. The problem with Paulie is that he makes his own narratives that are based on very little, I am at least presenting why I think one way or the other with evidence.

He could have stepped on the gas more than he did in my opinion, but I didn't have a problem with his performance. It would have been bigger news if he would have been the first person to stop Burgos.

I like it, it is pretty much now or never for both guys. Joyce is 33, if he's ever going to be good it's going to be now, and if he wins he's right in title contention. For Ortiz, not a lot of quality contenders are going to want to fight him, and with a win, he's definitely going to keep his name around for getting a rematch with Wilder. In terms of who will win, I'll favor Ortiz, he's way more polished and experienced than Joyce. Joyce is going to have to eat a lot of counters to try to wear Ortiz down. However, Joyce is big, strong and has a huge punch so he certainly has a chance and Ortiz's age will eventually catch up with him, maybe this will be the fight it does.

Matchroom's picture

It would be a very bad idea for Ancajas to fight Rungvisai, I'd be shocked if Arum still wanted to make that fight after his guy being fortunate to get past Santiago with his title. I'd heavily favor Sor Rungvisai if that fight happens.

Gold's picture

Perhaps, but if I am Top Rank, do I want to take the risk of matching him against Santiago again if he struggled so much and arguably should have lost? There isn't really a lot of reward for doing a rematch either. Santiago was like the 14th ranked fighter by the IBF, I don't know if they want to take a chance of matching him against another good contender or having a good mandatory come up. So perhaps they would want to match him against Rungvisai even if they don't see Ancajas having a good chance of winning because it would be a big unification fight that could headline a card and they could cash Ancajas out on a big fight instead of taking the risk he loses versus Santiago or an opponent of that level. It depends on how much they believe in Ancajas though, maybe they just think it was a bad performance, I don't know.

Champion97's picture

I think the term is banana skin fight

Gold's picture

Which fight are you saying is the banana skin fight?

Champion97's picture
Champion97's picture

Like Saunders vs Akavov, maybe slightly like Garcia vs Herrera

Gold's picture

Possibly, I know Ancajas is better than this performance, but he's had some other performances that weren't up to expectation. I'd still slightly favor him to beat Santiago if they rematched, but Top Rank may believe it's time to take a chance with a unification fight.

Santiago looked flashy but alot of shots he got credit for were actually blocked by Ancajas...Ancajas was more consistent with his offense, Santiago was inactive for most part of the rounds