Evgeny Romanov vs Ariel Esteban Bracamonte

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Evgeny Romanov vs Ariel Esteban Bracamonte
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3
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Date: 
Sunday, June 16, 2019
Location: 
KRK “Uralets”, Ekaterinburg, Russia
Rounds Scheduled: 
10
Contracted Weight: 
Unlimited
Referee: 
Joerg Milke

Official Judging
Raul Caiz Jr 99 - 90
Yury Koptsev 99 - 90
Dmitry Boldyrev 99 - 90

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Fan Cards: Evgeny Romanov vs Ariel Esteban Bracamonte


scorecard by CHAMPION97
Round
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Total
EVGENY ROMANOV
10
10
10
10
9
10
10
10
10
10
99
ARIEL ESTEBAN BRACAMONTE
8
9
9
9
10
9
9
9
9
9
90


Comments

Champion97's picture

Prediction,

Romanov was a good amateur, beat Deontay Wilder, won 4 silver medals at the Russian national championships, and 1 gold, won gold at the junior world amateur championships. Romanov is 33, old for a prospect, and he is inexperienced as a professional, 12-0, hasn't been past 7 rounds.

I don't think this is a step up for Romanov, Bracamonte is 9-2, he fought Dave Allen in November, and to be fair to him, he gave it a good go, took the fight to Allen, and I think he won the first 2 rounds, but he gassed, struggled with the body shots, was defensively poor, he did sustain a terrible nose injury from a head clash, but he got stopped in 7, and I think he would have been stopped anyway, maybe later, he might have gone the distance, but he was a level below his opponent that night. Bracamonte is inexperienced, but he won't be getting any worse at 26, but I don't think he is a good South American level fighter.

I think Romanov stops Bracamonte in 4, it will be another easy win, but if he makes a statement, on a bill that is on boxnation, he might make more of a name for himself. I don't see Romanov doing as well as I think Dubois, Gorman, Hrgovic, Ajagba will do, but he is another unbeaten prospect.

Champion97's picture

That's what Romanov needed, went 10 rounds, against an opponent who was big, was trying to be aggressive 3 minutes a round, nothing to lose, and it was a decent performance from Romanov. Romanov was struggling there in the mid rounds, he was hurt in round 5, but Bracamonte punched himself out, and although Bracamonte, with his chin, his pride and toughness, was able to hold up against all the punches, he wasn't soaking them up as well in the second half of the fight, was getting knocked back, because he isn't a great athlete, and taking clean punches is the most draining thing. I think Romanov would have done more damage, physically beaten it out of Bracamonte more quickly if he'd gone to the body more. Bracamonte is a good opponent, gives it a good go, makes it competitive, is physically a tough opponent to fight, he will probably get a lot of opportunities.

Romanov can win a European title, but he isn't a top 20 heavyweight, I'd be shocked if he ever won a world title, he is small, old for a prospect, and I don't think he is adapting well to the pros, but he is definitely good enough to win a European title.

Can you add McWilliams Arroyo Vs Buitrago? It was a great little fight

Champion97's picture

Yes, I will add it now.

I feel like Arroyo got a bit of a gift. Have you watched it? He got knocked down twice as well...

Champion97's picture

Not seen it yet, but I will. If Arroyo got gift, seems likely it was to do with location. Buitrago did well to move up and drop Arroyo twice, especially having been stopped in the last two years by Acosta and Kyoguchi, he is only 27, is probably in his prime, but he was at 105 18 months ago, so he did well to put Arroyo down twice and give him problems. Arroyo should retire in my opinion, he was very poor against Ioka, he is 33, and it is easy to forget how old that is for a flyweight, and he shouldn't be getting dropped and hurt by fighters of Buitrago's size, especially with Buitrago not being a puncher.