DannyL12345 card round by round


scorecard by DANNYL12345
Round
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
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Total
RAY LEONARD
9
9
8
10
9
9
10
9
10
10
8
10
111
THOMAS HEARNS
10
10
10
9
10
10
9
10
9
9
10
9
115

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Sandpeat's picture

Hearns won the fifth? Recommend remove the blindfold and watch again ...

Champion97's picture

It's Sandpeat right?, look, I have just seen a few of your scorecards and I think they are fine and I think you get boxing but Danny is not a famous, official judge who is under pressure to be accurate, he is a casual scorer who is doing this for fun, there is no need for you to be disrespectful to him is there? I apologise if I come across as rude and you don't mean to get at this guy, comments can be hard to understand when they are typed.

Champion97's picture

It's Sandpeat right?, look, I have just seen a few of your scorecards and I think they are fine and I think you get boxing but Danny is not a famous, official judge who is under pressure to be accurate, he is a casual scorer who is doing this for fun, there is no need for you to be disrespectful to him is there? I apologise if I come across as rude and you don't mean to get at this guy, comments can be hard to understand when they are typed.

Sandpeat's picture

You are correct, no disrespect or malice intended. If I said it in person in a bar setting all parties would know this by light heated manner, smiling expression, etc, but that does not come across in black and white writing. No hard feelings DannyL12345. Also, in fairness I have reversed scores in error (assigned wrong numbers to fighters) and had to go back and correct them so that's always a possibility.

Champion97's picture

Good man, I do agree that it isn't an understandable score for that round. No hard feelings at all, Porter vs Broner next week, I got Porter winning a UD, what do you think?

Sandpeat's picture

I agree mainly because I think Broner's best days are behind him, not to take anything away from Porter.

Champion97's picture

I thought that his best years were behind him after seeing him against Carlos Molina and Emanuel Taylor but he is in his mid twenties and that is when a boxers best years begin and not end, in most cases, I changed my mind when I saw how great he looked against John Molina. I thought Broner had been chinoed but now I don't. I think the cards will read 115-114, 116-112 and 115-113 for Porter, I think Porter will go for the early knockout and swarm Broner along the ropes like Maidana did, I think he will get the better of the early rounds, I think Broner will get the better of the mid rounds as he punches his way off the ropes, I think he will out think Porter and counter punch successfully, ultimately I think Porter will hurt Broner, wear him down and dominate the later stages to win the fight. Tyson Fury vs Wladimir Klitschko, who wins?

Fury in two.

Sandpeat's picture

I don't think Fury's ready for Klitschko just yet but either way doesn't seem like the kind of fight to go the distance.

Champion97's picture

Vitali Klitschko was probably better than Wladimir and if not then he can't have been much worse, Dereck Chisora fought Vitali and gave him by far his toughest fight since Lennox Lewis, winning at least one round, 4 my opinion, it was arguably close and factually competitive, Vitali hadn't lost a round since fighting Lennox, a far better Chisora fought Fury and words can't describe how crucifying it was for Chisora, he was out boxed and out fought in every single department for every second of every round, he may have landed 3 punches literally, if he hadn't been pulled out he would have been stopped in the 11th for sure. Fury just couldn't miss and Chisora just couldn't land, Fury is a natural orthodox but in this fight he out classed his opponent in southpaw from start to finish, that is undeniably something special. His hands were as fast as lightning, his punch variety was brilliant, he switched from head to body perfectly, he looked like he could punch all day long. His footwork was fantastic, he looked like he had far more physical strength than he was using, I couldn't see any weaknesses and I never saw anything I could constructively criticise. There are many things about Klitschko that I can criticise.

Wladimir Klitschko was being consistently beaten to the jab by Kubrat Pulev and he only won because Pulev was be being anything but sensible, Bryant Jennings could have won up to 4 rounds against him and pushed him a lot harder than people thought, I'm very confident Chisora would beat Jennings, Klistchko is a normal heavyweight, long, forceful jab, immense physical strength, devastating power but not such a fast upper body and not so quick and agile in comparison to boxers at lighter weights, Fury showed fantastic stamina against Chisora, Klitschko is very lean and athletic but you can't stay young forever, he looked like he was slower than in his younger days against Jennings and that wasn't a very fast paced fight. Klitschko is one stanced and Fury it two stanced, Fury shows far, far better punch variety than Klitschko when he fights, Klitschko did pretty much nothing but jab against Jennings and the knockdowns were the only things that were impressive against Pulev, Fury threw and landed every body shot in the arsenal and even every head shot in the arsenal against Chisora, Fury has exceptional footwork, his hands are also like lightning, he is very agile, think about the reach advantage, let's not forget who we are talking about here, we are not talking about a brave boxer, we are talking about a horrible man who robbs fans of entertainment, when he fought Povetkin he leaned in him for so much of the night, not held but leaned, this is not finding a way to win like Floyd Mayweather, this is just plain cheating, he leaned with his elbows in his back, just to be clear, he can't do that to Fury because for a start he and his corner are no nonsense kind of guys and they can get him pulled out but mainly because Fury is 2.5 inches taller, think about how they have reacted when dropped in the past, whom looks like they want it more?

The fact that people say it won't go the distance makes it more likely to go the distance, these are two patient heavyweights, heavyweights can really rake some time to get it going. Someone may be stopped but you can't expect there to defiantly not be a 12 round decision. I fully respect your opinion and you're not the only one who thinks what you think, nowhere near, I would like to hear more about who you think wins and why.

Sandpeat's picture

Well, I haven't seen enough of these fighters to make a more informed assessment, quite frankly. Here in the U.S. boxing has fallen out of mainstream sports coverage except for Mayweather and company, etc. Now that I have a little more time on my hands I'm trying to catch up with the benefit of Youtube and forums like this.

Champion97's picture

That's cool, but from what I've seen everything is great in the USA and can't wait to go there one day, I've never been there and I live in the UK so I wouldn't know for sure.