Claressa Shields vs Szilvia Szabados Scorecard by rorschach


scorecard by RORSCHACH
Round
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Total
CLARESSA SHIELDS
10
10
10
30
SZILVIA SZABADOS
8
8
8
24

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Give Szabados credit for standing up to those big shots and not going down and give this a thought all those punches landed with no knockdown we need to give credit when knockdowns are scored.That's wrong 3 10-8 rounds with no knockdowns in none of the rounds horrible.

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I just watched this fight, and I've got the same score.

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Not how I saw this fight Chach, I mean, for me, a 10-8 without a knock down or point deduction, is borderline stoppage kind of thing, I've never scored a more than one 10-8 round in one fight, I really couldn't see how the three completed rounds in this fight were all 10-8 rounds, and I feel Szabados deserves so much credit for the guts she showed against Claressa Shields.

Coming in I already knew Szabados was gonna get her ass kicked bad it could have been a first round knockout I was thinking and it didn't happen Szabados stood up strong so we got to remember that for History Sheilds wanted a 1st Round KO and didn't get it.

You guys thought Szabados was gonna win some rounds or something I'am just happy she didn't get killed.Sheilds should be upset she didn't get the 1st round Knockout.In a mismatch fight all the credit goes to the person mismatched showing effort.

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I'am the Best Boxing man on the planet earth now I'am here to help current and future Boxing fans I'am really a Brother from another planet. Boxing Knowledge remember teaching fisticuffs is my life mission I can teach the best Boxing minds in Boxing,Boxing.

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Well I'm all ears, I wasn't last year when my confusion frustrated me and I wanted to convince myself I was top dog for knowledge, but now, I always read what you have to say, two things I do differently when I score boxing fights now after thinking about what you write, is, firstly, I look for skills, and prioritise overall skill more, and secondly, I think about time a lot more. Also, even rounds, I haven't managed to split all the rounds I ever shared, but I do score a maximum of one 10-10 round per fight, I know that's still an ability of mine as a judge but it is improvement.

You more than ok when it comes to Boxing you in turn make things come to my mind you and the other fans pull it out of me I always seen the sport for what it really is some people get confused by the madness but its a method to Boxing's madness the sport has it's own thinking process heart beat and soul you just got to get the rhythm to the sport of Boxing it's more than meets the eyes.

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Thanks man that's good encouragment. I'm trying, I'm in no hurry because although I've been following boxing since I was 13, I have been approaching it with the right attitude for significantly shorter than that. It is good to feel like your growing in any area whether it's fitness, or ability to analyse boxing, I'm not going to change my cards to look just like yours, because that seems like just taking the answer rather than working it out for myself, and I don't want to be a copycat, but I have noticed some of my scorecards looking just like yours, and a lot are very similar.

Sad to hear about Pacquiao vs Khan getting ruined, I was looking forward to that one, I changed my prediction a few times, do you think Khan vs Garcia will happen at some point?

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Thanks man that's good encouragment. I'm trying, I'm in no hurry because although I've been following boxing since I was 13, I have been approaching it with the right attitude for significantly shorter than that. It is good to feel like your growing in any area whether it's fitness, or ability to analyse boxing, I'm not going to change my cards to look just like yours, because that seems like just taking the answer rather than working it out for myself, and I don't want to be a copycat, but I have noticed some of my scorecards looking just like yours, and a lot are very similar.

Sad to hear about Pacquiao vs Khan getting ruined, I was looking forward to that one, I changed my prediction a few times, do you think Khan vs Garcia will happen at some point?

To get Boxing at its highest level you have to start as a child remember I told you I got into Boxing when I was a Baby mostly all the best Boxing minds became fans as children. It okay to be right that's what we here for to give the correct scorecard right it's ok that means you learning cause the things I say are true and I always try for a perfect scorecard and you know that I take my Boxing very, very serious.

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I don't remember you saying that but that's probably just my memory, wow, that is impressive, I remember you saying you loved fighting and competed in various unarmed combat sports since you were a kid. I know that, and if anybody who is new to the site asks me for advice, I tell them I can teach them to a degree, but you are the best person to ask, I tried to do that with Acerbitas (the guy who scored Mares vs Cuellar 114-113, I mean what a hideous scorecard), but when you tried to give him advice and were honest with him, he didn't last another 6 hours on this site, surprise surprise, he had never, ever been to the gym in his life, well that's what he told me, anyway, I suppose he was just the one bad apple in the barrell, there's still loads of us who do want to take advice, for example, mike25, is a good scorer to talk to, because his knowledge is good, but more importantly, he gets that it takes time to 100% understand a sport like this, we have a lot of boxing discussions, you should join in and give your take on the points we make, that would be interesting, if you would like to, just go to his scorecard for Lubin vs Cota, and drop a comment.

My list is very rough, so I'm sure there will be rankings you diasgree with, but here is a forum page for giving our pound for pound rankings,

http://www.eyeonthering.com/forum/pound-pound-list

Yeah that's right my earliest memories is fighting at least sports wise then everything else came after and this is very key for any one following Boxing young or old is to not be to pig headed about learning for Combat Sports I am like a Sponge I soak it all up and I can release what I absorbed to others as well as enlightening myself with my own antidotes. This is a great deal of experience and natural quick wits that make my Boxing Knowledge so strong its a gift.