Jermall Charlo vs Sergiy Derevyanchenko Scorecard by Addi_Bomaye


scorecard by ADDI_BOMAYE
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JERMALL CHARLO
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117
SERGIY DEREVYANCHENKO
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111

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Jermall Charlo

Sergiy Derevyanchenko



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R1- I do find it bizarre that Charlo is fighting on the undercard of what was essentially his card. As expected, Charlo is keeping the pressure fighter at the end of his jab and occasionally catching him with check hook. While Derevyanchenko is able to wing in a couple of rights, Charlo is able to land better ones late.

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R2- Charlo continues to pop Derevyanchenko with 1-3 jabs at a time, landing left hooks and right uppercuts off of them here and there as well.

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R3- Whenever Derevyanchenko gets in close, Charlo is catching and shooting, following him out with left hooks to the head. The power jab remains the most persistent weapon of Charlo in the round though. Late, Derevyanchenko runs into a right that lands on the top of his head, wobbling him. A pair of left hookercuts wobble Derevyanchenko again, forcing him to hold on for the final seconds. It would be interesting to see what would happen if 30 seconds to a minute was left in the round. Great round for the champion.

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R4- Charlo continues to keep the stick out there, but also sneak in several uppercuts to the chin of Derevyanchenko, who is now being walked back in portions. A left hook buckles Derevyanchenko, but he recovers very fast. When Derevyanchenko finally gets in his preferred range late in the round, Charlo exchanges with him in the pocket and wins the inside battle.

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R5- Derevyanchenko closes the gap more in this round, landing several 1-2’s to the head of Charlo. However, Charlo is catching a lot of his shots, coming back often with superior counters (mostly with the uppercuts and left hook), and is getting in some thudding hooks to the body throughout. A jab that lands on the mouse under Derevyanchenko’s right eye produces blood. Better round for the challenger, but I don’t think he won it, unlike most. Random, but I chuckle at how Derevyanchenko spun himself around Charlo at one point.

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R6- Following a razor-sharp start by Charlo in the first five rounds, Derevyanchenko would implement himself this round. Now he is getting inside with ease and pushing Charlo back, delivering several pairs of hooks to his body. He is able to get in some quick rights to the head of Charlo when on the outside too. When in the pocket, Charlo delivers some uppercuts and body shots, but Derevyanchenko is outscoring him by two and sometimes even three to one. Derevyanchenko’s cut worsens late, but he gets in several straight rights before the bell.

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R7- Charlo opens with a jab and immediately lands an uppercut off the same hand after. Derevyanchenko uses some unorthodox pressure to get in close and land body shots, but is backed off ny a looping right from Charlo. Charlo then starts to back him down with his jab, further bloodying his face and even creating a second cut before the round ends. Derevyanchenko lands some left hooks to the head in the final minute, but Charlo is still countering, particularly with the uppercut, which gets in basically everytime that Derevyanchenko ducks low. A flush right uppercut from Charlo punctuates the round.

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R8- Derevyanchenko has a strong moment early where he lands several hooks to the body and seems to actually hurt Charlo. He then lands a pair of hooks to the head, but before and after this moment, Charlo still lands jabs, rights over the top, and uppercuts. Several close exchanges occur, but Charlo seals the deal completely as he uses a power jab to set up a vicious right cross, buckling Derevyanchenko. Charlo doesn’t have much time to follow up, but gets in a jab and two left hooks before the bell. Highly entertaining stuff.

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R9- Charlo is catching a lot of Derevyanchenko’s left hooks on his right glove and landing his own with success. He rocks Derevyanchenko with a 1-2 again, then rocks him a third time with a straight right. Bleeding and swollen, Derevyanchenko is rushing forward, throwing two shots at a time, just for one to none to get there and for Charlo to counter him with uppercuts and right hands. A counter right buckles Derevyanchenko near the end.

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R10- After being examined by the doctor after the opening bell due to his eye injuries, Derevyanchenko comes on to have perhaps his best round of the fight. He takes a left hook and looping right early on, only to land a four-punch combination in return. The left hook of Derevyanchenko is getting over the glove of Charlo, and he is pressuring him nonstop. The short overhand is landing plentifully for Derevyanchenko, who is matching two to every one shot by Charlo.

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R11- Despite seemingly tiring out in the last round, Charlo re-establishes himself here with the jab. The counter overhands and left hooks are landing repeatedly for Charlo, especially in the final minute when he slips and blocks the majority of a volley from Derevyanchenko.

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R12- The left eye of Derevyanchenko looks terrible. Both are fatigued, but are willing to trade clubbing shots for the entire remainder of what is the closest round of the fight. Charlo is showing the better defense of course, but Derevyanchenko is still matching him punch for punch and pushing him all around the ring. The left and right hooks are landing upstairs for Derevyanchenko, but Charlo is still countering with combinations of his own. In the closing portion, Derevyanchenko gets stunned by a right uppercut, just to bounce back quickly and tee off on the head of Charlo until the bell sounds. A swing round that I edge for Derevyanchenko, and an excellent way to close out a tremendous battle. Instant classic slugfest, for sure. I picked Charlo to win going in, but was not confident due to how well Derevyanchenko did against Jacobs and especially GGG. He may not have dropped Derevyanchenko like them, but Charlo schooled him, unlike them. To his credit, he did at least hurt Derevyanchenko many times and disfigure his face. I will never understand how people think this fight was a draw or even a win for Derevyanchenko, who won four rounds at best. The only way that could be possible is if one were to utilize the amatuer scoring method. Derevyanchenko gave a great effort as usual, but Charlo was hitting him with counters at will, unable to miss with the uppercut, and put on an epic clinic with the jab, which is a statement in itself given that Derevyanchenko arguably beat the elite jabber that is GGG. Definitely a statement win for Charlo, who looked every bit of an elite middleweight this night, even if Derevyanchenko perhaps lost a step due to previous wars. I thought and hoped Charlo would be more active and take on big challenges after passing this test in such impressive fashion, but I was wrong.