Demetrius Andrade vs Walter Kautondokwa Scorecard by Champion97


scorecard by CHAMPION97
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DEMETRIUS ANDRADE
10
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10
120
WALTER KAUTONDOKWA
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9
9
9
9
104

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SalTnutZ1's picture

https://www.boxingscene.com/lomachenko-135-not-my-ideal-weight-category-... Article I thought you'd find interesting.

Vasiliy Lomachenko admits he is still getting acclimated at lightweight.

Even after stopping Jorge Linares to win the WBA 135-pound championship five months ago, the skillful southpaw still feels as though he is growing into his new weight class.

Ukraine’s Lomachenko, who won world titles at 126 pounds and 130 pounds, will attempt to add a second lightweight title to his collection when he faces Jose Pedraza on December 8 in New York.

Lomachenko, 30, discussed his adjustment to lightweight when asked during an open workout Tuesday in Oxnard, California, if he’ll move up to fight at higher than the lightweight limit.

“I believe I’ll stay at 135 and focus on 135 because when I fought Linares, I felt like he was bigger than me,” Lomachenko said. “So I’ll stay at 135 and focus on 135 because I think 135 is not my [ideal] weight category right now. After one or two years, it will be my [ideal] weight.”

Venezuela’s Linares knocked down Lomachenko (11-1, 9 KOs) with a straight right hand in the seventh round of their May 12 bout at Madison Square Garden. Lomachenko recovered, regained control of their scheduled 12-rounder and knocked out Linares with a perfectly placed left to the body in the 10th round.

“It was the first time I was knocked down as a pro,” Lomachenko said. “After the knockdown, I came back and finished the fight. It was a tough fight, but I showed the heart of a champion.”

Lomachenko was ahead on one scorecard (86-84), down on one scorecard (86-84) and even on the third card (85-85) when he stopped Linares. Lomachenko later underwent surgery to repair a torn labrum in his right shoulder, an injury he suffered in the second round against Linares (45-4, 28 KOs).

“I had a long rest,” Lomachenko said. “I am looking forward to seeing how I feel and taking on a tough opponent like Pedraza.”

Puerto Rico’s Pedraza (25-1, 12 KOs) out-pointed Phoenix’s Ray Beltran (35-8-1, 21 KOs, 1 NC) in their 12-rounder to win a unanimous decision and the WBO lightweight title August 25 in Glendale, Arizona. ESPN will televise the Lomachenko-Pedraza bout from The Theater at Madison Square Garden.

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Yes, I do find that interesting, something I repeatedly stated during my arguments with Gold (who I am not badmouthing), 2 fights is when you get acclimated, first is the worst, it is all about experience and adaptation, Crawford is an adapted welterweight because he has just had two fights at welterweight, after the Pedraza fight, Lomachencko will be an adapted lightweight because he'll have had two fights at lightweight, won't be a big lightweight, but a grown lightweight, just like Crawford will never be a big welterweight, but a grown welterweight.

135 was always going to be an adjustment for Lomachencko, moving up in weight, is a big deal, because as well as building yourself up, the right way, gradually, which is obviously not an easy process because you are fighting bigger opponents, but also for that very reason, you are taking harder punches, being pressured by bigger opponents than you are used to, are hitting bigger opponents with more natural bodyweight to soak up your power, harder to have an effect, so definitely, moving up in weight, when done the right way, not easy.

Lomachencko says 1 or 2 years, that's 2-4 fights, before 135 is his ideal weight, 2 fights is just an estimate, it might take him that long when he is talking about being at his 100% best, because he had 2 years or so at 130, he made 126 in 2015, now he could potentially be fighting opponents who in 2015 couldn't make 126 in a million years