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  • Reply to: Terence Crawford vs. Hank Lundy Scorecard by Addi_Bomaye   4 days 18 hours ago

    R4- Lundy runs into a left uppercut in the opening and then absorbs a right hook after, which he tries to smile off. The right hook of Crawford is landing seemingly at will, and allows him to edge any occuring exchanges. Crawford is also finishing his combinations and exchanges with jabs. He also opens up a cut under Lundy’s eye with a left hand. While Lundy is still a slippery target with his herky jerky movement, he is not rushing in anymore, perhaps to avoid the counters of Crawford. Real precise stuff from Bud.

  • Reply to: Terence Crawford vs. Hank Lundy Scorecard by Addi_Bomaye   4 days 18 hours ago

    R3- Since the last round, Crawford has taken the jab of Lundy away completely. Lundy is able to get in an occasional looping right hand, but his rushing is more ineffective than effective, and Crawford is winning off of counter punches and jabs.

  • Reply to: Terence Crawford vs. Hank Lundy Scorecard by Addi_Bomaye   4 days 18 hours ago

    R2- After the quick start in round one, both are more relaxed and patient in this round. Now Crawford is getting the better of it in the jab department, which is honestly enough to win him the round. Lundy is busier or just as busy it seems, but is only able to wing in a few shots far in between, as Crawford is dictating the pace and throwing him off with his right jab.

  • Reply to: Terence Crawford vs. Hank Lundy Scorecard by Addi_Bomaye   4 days 18 hours ago

    R1- The press conferences and tension have made this an exciting grudge match going in, with Lundy getting into an argument with Bud’s family members, Crawford and Lundy having a very entertaining and pretty humorous press conference, with both trying to expose and get under the skin of one another, along with Crawford shoving Lundy at the final presser. Both are working off of the jab and feinting early. The jab of Crawford is harder, as expected, but Lundy’s jab is quicker and getting to the target more often. Lundy is also landing left hooks off of straight right hands, smiling tauntingly at Crawford after these sequences. Both are getting under and around some big shots of the other, but Lundy is in charge of these exchanges for the most part, as he is able to beat Bud to the punch with his right hand shots before slipping out of range, avoiding any counters in return. Good opening round and a good one for the confident challenger, but it was not about to get any better for him after this.

  • Reply to: Errol Spence Jr vs Alejandro Barrera Scorecard by Addi_Bomaye   4 days 20 hours ago

    R5- It’s all Spence from the start, as he hurts Barrera with yet another straight left to the head, causing him to cover up on the ropes. The guard of Barrera proves to be ineffective, as Spence is getting in shots around it, and more importantly underneath his arms. Within several body shots that land, a right hook to the body drops Barrera to a knee. Spence goes for the kill, battering Barrera with an onslaught of power punches up and down stairs (even a bolo left hook to the body), quickly causing Barrera to turn away and retreat, only for Spence to catch up to him quickly and land a straight left-right hook to the body combo that puts the beaten, bloodied Barrera on a knee again. The referee mercifully stops the contest. While Spence looked more hittable than usual, he still did more than enough to control each round. He did essentially beat a journeyman here, but I can’t say it’s a bad win since Barrera would go on to take future top prospect, Carlos Adames the distance and snag a couple of rounds in the process.

  • Reply to: Errol Spence Jr vs Alejandro Barrera Scorecard by Addi_Bomaye   4 days 20 hours ago

    R4- Spence is still stalking Barrera, picking off lefts to the head off the assistance of his jab, and seemingly moving him around with body punches.

  • Reply to: Errol Spence Jr vs Alejandro Barrera Scorecard by Addi_Bomaye   4 days 20 hours ago

    R3- Barrera comes out more energetic than before and pumps the jab with authority, but it is unable to get past Spence’s right glove. He does, however, manage to land some looping rights and a couple of left hooks due to his awkward footwork and angles helping him, but Spence is landing more and clearly superior shots, as he is able to rock Barrera to some degree every time he lands a left up top.

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