The Brawl In Montreal: Sugar Ray Leonard vs. Roberto Duran I Scorecard by lukaszrpb


scorecard by LUKASZRPB
Round
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
Total
RAY LEONARD
9
9
9
9
10
10
10
10
9
10
9
9
10
9
10
142
ROBERTO DURAN
10
10
10
10
9
9
9
9
10
9
10
10
9
10
9
143

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Champion97's picture

I had Duran winning close too, I believe Duran was possibly the best lightweight of all time, but when he moved up, later on his career, I think he came last out of himself, Leonard, Hagler, and Hearns?

Jacob4Freedom's picture

Yea, Duran was definitely 4th of the "Fabulous Four" in terms of what he did in the 80's, in the Welterweight-Super Middle divisions. But just to be among the top 4 of that era is amazing, as their were loads of great fighters in those divisions during that era, so just to be considered among the top 4 is awesome. Especially when you consider Duran was not his prime in the 80's, but in the 70's! After Duran beat Leonard, he had a record of 72-1, and his only loss, non-title decision to DeJesus, he avenged twice by knockout in title rematches. He had already established his legacy by 1980, as the greatest World Lightweight Champion in history and the only man to beat Sugar Ray in his prime. Everything he achieved after that, from his incredible performance winning the Junior-Middleweight crown from Davey Moore, to an awesome effort losing to Hagler by just one point, to outboxing Iran Barkley for the Middleweight title at age 37, was just icing on the cake of his remarkable career. In the 80's he was 4th of the "Fab 4," but for their entire careers he is 1st, he is among my Top 6 Pound-For-Pound in HISTORY, along with Sugar Ray Robinson, Henry Armstrong, Ali, Sam Langford, & Ezzard Charles. He might even be top 3.

Matchroom's picture

No way Duran won the first round, Leonard landed everything meaningful and was more active and accurate. Duran was the aggressor but did nothing of note.