Amir Mansour vs Travis Kauffman Scorecard by mike25


scorecard by MIKE25
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AMIR MANSOUR
10
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116
TRAVIS KAUFFMAN
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112

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Champion97's picture

I don't think Mansour vs Breazeale II is a bad idea.

I think that is a worth while rematch to. Mansour was winning until he needed stitches in his tongue.

Also I heard Breazele might be Hughie Fury's replacement for May 6th. That's not a bad replacement fight. Who do you think is a good one for him?

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Yes, I didn't find out it was a tounge injury until a few weeks ago.

I heard that too. What a good replacement for Fury?

I remember watching that and he got cut bad inside his mouth and needed a ton of stitches.

A good replacement for Hughie Fury yes. I can't think of anyone at the moment besides Breazele.

Also want to compare cards for Yoan Pablo Hernandez vs Firat Arslan. It is an interesting fight.

Champion97's picture

Unfortunate.

I can, let's see, Johann Duaphas, Artur Szpilka, Charles Martin, Odlanier Solis, Christian Hammer.

Maybe tomorrow.

Yeah, I was looking forward for Parker to fight a big name.

Those are good names. Maybe Oscar Rivas to.

Sounds good.

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Me too, but he has fought the top two opponnets out of all the oppoennts himself, Joshua and Wilder have faced, and beaten them both, but yes I was looking forward to seeing him in a higher profile fight.

If he doesn't have an issues which would scupper his chances of attending on form, then yes that isn't a bad option.

Do you plan on watching Valdez vs Marriaga soon?

That's it. I wanted to see him in a big fight and it didn't happen which none of it being his fault. I rather see him fight the Fury brother, but I'll still watch it regrdless of the opponent. I don't expect it to be a great fighter since it is such short notice.

That would be a great replacement for Parker.

Not soon.

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I agree. you mean Tyson?, they are cousins. You have to respect the Parker team for the way they have responded to the disappointment.

I think it's very unlikely though, I think Christian Hammer or Odlanier Solis would be better opponents, Christian Hammer would probably accept the fight on 3 days notice.

Fair enough, but round 10, was incredible.

I meant it was no fault of Parker. Also the Parker team has went through the cancellation well.

I think Hammer is more realistic as well.

I probably will watch it within a week.

Champion97's picture

I think Parker conducts himself the best of any fighter today and is followed by Liam Walsh, Anthony Crolla, Mikey Garcia, Gennady Golovkin, Leo Santa Cruz, Shawn Porter.

Julie Lederman was awful! She gave Alexander 5 rounds against Porter, and had Bradley winning only 4 rounds against Chaves. She threw Marriaga under the bus with her bull**** score, just like her dad, judging in boxing is important, and should be sorted out.

I agree. He is a class act.

There should be better judges in the sport. I think Harold Lederman makes a lot of mistakes. I remember him givng Gonzalez the first 6 rounds in his fight against Cuadras. I also thought Cj Ross was bad to. She scored Mayweather Canelo a draw, and a win for Bradley over Pacquiao.

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Great role model for kids who box. If Parker fights Joshua, I'll root for him, but if Joshua was to beat him, I would still be happy for Joshua, and I assume the same with you, but vise verse.

Oh yeah I was telling a friend of mine earlier today that judging in this sport has a serious issue. I dislike Lederman very much, stupid old man, 116-111 Kovalev, "clearly won the fight", idiot.

For sure. Him and Joshua both are great role models for kids. I'll root for Joshua if he fights Parker, but if Parker wins I'll be happy for him.

The judging in the sport is an issue. There needs to be some ways to avoid robberies. I think one solution is to watch the fight again on tv, and score it. That can have flaws but that's one of my solutions. Sometimes you see a fight live and see it on tv and it be two different fights. Lederman gets scores wrong now and it's bad.

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I hope the fight happens, could be a 50/50 fight, Joshua the bigger, stronger, more powerful, got height and reach on his side, fast hands for his size, Parker, with the faster hands, more experience at the top, better victories, more rounds, more professional establishment, better stamina, maybe a better chin, the list goes on for both, a real 50/50 fight.

I think it's realistic for the future. It will be interesting to see how things go. They both have their own advantages which will make the fight great.

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Yes, let's do what we did with Joshua vs Wilder.

Foot speed - Joshua
Hand speed - Parker
Chin - Parker
Stamina - Parker
Power - Joshua
Strength - Joshua
Blocking ability - Parker
Head movement- Joshua

Ok. Some of these aren't fully shown yet but we can go off by what we seen so far.

I actually agree with you on everything again. I think for stamina, we have seen Parker pushed and go the distance so he has good stamina. We haven't seen Joshua's stamina truly pushed yet.

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Oh yeah absolutely, that's true, this could be on leaning towards anotuer fighter, and maybe even just assumption, I don't say everything with confidence for the very reason you've just mentioned.

Do you want to list some attributes amd say which is better in those departments?

That's true. When time goes on we'll see who has better attributes.

What fight do you want me to do it for?

Also what do you think of Spencer Fearon?

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I was thinking more for Joshua vs Parker, but you could list some for any upcoming fight, Ward vs Kovalev, Brook vs Spence, it is up to you.

I like the guy, I think he knows what he's talking about, I don't know too much about him, but from what I've seen of him, he isn't a bad pundit. You?

I'll do one for Joshua Klitschko
Foot speed - Joshua
Hand speed - Joshua
Chin - Joshua
Stamina - Klitschko
Power - Joshua
Strength - Tie
Blocking ability - Klitschko
Head movement- Klitschko

I have heard that he is really biased towards certain fighters. I watched a thing with him and Paulie Malinaggi and he didn't seem like that at all. Maybe it's just on twitter

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Ok cool.

Agree
Agree
Agree
Disagree - it is close, but I think a 17 month inactive, 41 year old Klitschko does quite have the same stamina as a very well conditioned, 27 year old Joshua, who did do about over 10 rounds last year, he's been 6-7 rounds twice, that's a decent stamina building distance, he hasn't been 7 full rounds, so it is an interesting one, but I think Joshua has the edge in stamina.
Agree
Disagree - I think Joshua is much physically stronger than Klitschko, and his ability to use all his strength, will almost surely be better than Klitschko's
Agree
Agree

So I agree with 6 and disagree with 2.

People talk s*** online, don't take it seriously, and don't believe it.

The other day, I had 24 hours on YouTube, I'm not commenting on it again, but anyway, here is me telling this fool what is what after he made a s*** video which disrespected Keith Thurman.

https://www.google.co.uk/url?sa=t&source=web&rct=j&url=https://www.youtu...

Strength is tied at the moment for me. I think I mispoke on stamina. Wlad is older and was inactive and Joshua is much youunger and that will play a huge part.

I don't listen to much of what people say on youtube. A lot of people just say stuff to get a rise, I don't take it seriously at all.

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I disagree, but our opinions are our opinions. Yes, but it is interesting, I mean, Klitschko is 41, but he can go 12 rounds, he's been 12 rounds many times.

Ok, but if you want to read what I said to the idiot, I'm Jonny Armstrong. It was pretty funny. Good.

Ok, I'll make sure to check it out.