Emmanuel Rodriguez vs Jason Moloney Scorecard by goosu


scorecard by GOOSU
Round
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3
4
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6
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10
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12
Total
EMMANUEL RODRIGUEZ
10
10
10
9
10
10
10
10
9
10
9
9
116
JASON MOLONEY
9
9
9
10
9
9
9
9
10
9
10
10
112

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Great fight and a great card. Like Masternak, he came on very strong, but it was a bit too late to take it on the cards.

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Meh, I had it a draw, I think Moloney was competitive enough in the last 10 rounds, that he wasn't so far behind that 4 good late rounds couldn't have been enough to swing it back in his favour.

It really depends on what you score. There were a few rounds where at the end I went back and forth thinking in my head before giving one boxer the round. For me it was the greater accuracy and volume on Rodriquez's counters to the head. If you score bodyshots and pressure highly then you would lean more to Moloney, especially late in the fight.

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Definitely, and the fact that it was a split decision backs that up.

How does Rodriguez fare against Inoue?

I think he might present a challenge early. He is athletic, decently sized(although I think Inoue is bigger, or at least stronger), and has good timing on his counters. I don't like that he fights somewhat straight up without a ton of head movement and seems to rely on his reflexes too much. A boxer with the crazy power/timing of Inoue will probably exploit that weakness. I think he'll put up a fair fight for a few rounds before Inoue times him for the KO.

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He also gassed in this fight, don't know if that was about the general pace of the fight, whether that was the body work from Moloney, but whichever, that is something else Inoue can exploit.

I don't really rate Payano at all either TBH, so I do think Rodriguez will fair better than he did, even though I predict he will be KOed. I do think Jamie McDonnell was a decent win against a size disadvantage, but his conditioning took a hit from the cut and he was a tall lanky guy who had no idea how to use his reach. When I saw some of his older fights with much smaller guys trapping him and getting inside on him, I knew Inoue would put his lights out. Rodriguez will be his best challenge so far at BW.

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I agree, and the thing as about this fight, how impressed you were by Rodriguez, depends a lot on how highly you rate Moloney. I think Inoue might be the best at 118, but ot is a good division, let's not forget Luis Nery, who must be kicking himself for failing that test.

Yep, I'm not sure Inoue will get challenged by the BWs left in the tournament, though one them could surprise. Nery, however, I think will be a very real challenge for him. Too bad he is so dirty (or depending on your view on boxing, incompetent at cheating tests).

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Also, would you like to join Prediction Champion of the Month?

You predict the main event (of each big card) results in that right? If so, yeah I'd be interested in joining in for November.

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Not always just the main event, here's how it works.

This is the vault
http://www.eyeonthering.com/forum/fight-vault-pcom

This is how the points system works
For getting the outcome right, you get 2 points, if you get the stoppage/decision aspect wrong, just 2, if you get it right, you get between 3 and 6, because basically, it is split into divisions, 1-4 is early, 5-8 is mid, 9-12 is late, you say early and it is late, 3 points, you say early and it is mid, 4, and if you get that aspect right, 5 points, if it goes the distance and you get the unanimous or split/majority (same amount of points for either split or majority), wrong, 4 points, if you get UD right, 5 points, SD and MDs are less common than UDs, so if you get that right, 6 points, and if you predict a draw, get it right, 7 points.

Here is the scoreboard,
http://www.eyeonthering.com/forum/pcom-scoreboard

Do you want me to add you to the scoreboard now so you can see how many points you get for the rest of the month? Or would you rather wait until November when everyone else hasn't had a headstart?

Suppose I could join in October as a little test run, so I'm ready when everyone is even in November.

I don't know where I should be putting my picks for the rest of October, but they would be:

Fury beats Pulev SD

Derevyanchenko beats Jacobs UD

Prograis beats Flanagan Mid

Baranchyk beats Ygit Late

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Great.

In future, post them on the fight vault prediction page.