Lee Selby vs Omar Douglas Scorecard by Champion97


scorecard by CHAMPION97
Round
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2
3
4
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6
7
8
9
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Total
LEE SELBY
10
9
9
10
10
9
10
10
10
10
10
9
116
OMAR DOUGLAS
9
10
10
9
9
10
9
9
9
9
9
10
112

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SalTnutZ1's picture

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r7RdyGLYl_Y

I know you've mentioned you don't watch/care for many other combat sports, but thought this one may interest you. Mirko Crocop was an all-time great Kickboxer and early MMA star, and fought Big Baby twice during his Kickboxing career(that overlapped with his boxing career, as I believe he was 10 fights or so in at this point). This was a rematch of a controversial first fight. Gives you a glimpse as to why Miller may have some awkward footwork as a boxer, and how he dealt with a far more experienced and elite, albeit much older fighter.

Champion97's picture

Thanks man, Ill give it a watch.

SalTnutZ1's picture

Cool. Hope you enjoy it, and I'm not bombarding you with stuff you aren't as interested in(other combat sports and amateur ranks). Still haveing a rough one on my end, and burying myself into something right now to keep my mind off things. If you want, check out that Savon fight I posted vs. Yoka. I wish these Cuban guys didn't face such hardships to becoming professionals(thought my country was going to end the bullshit, and help bring Cuba out of the darkness, but a new administration reversed course on all of that). Both he and de la Cruz are really good operators, and I wish they'd be able to turn pro.

Champion97's picture

I've not had the worst day today, but it's still very tough for me, being positive though, now that I'm taking it seriously, I'm hitting my head 10% of the time I used to, sorry if I sound like an absolute nutcase. That's it though man, keep busy, keep battling through, and you will be ok. I am sticking to a training plan which is helping me mentally, 5 day circuit, roadwork, press ups, sit ups, sprints, lifting, do you find training helps you mentally?

Yeah definitely. Speaking of Cubans who didn't go far through a fault of their own or not, Odlanier Solis, great amateur, stopped David Haye, beat Luis Ortiz, Kubrat Pulev, was a 2004 Olympic Gold medallist, 3 gold medals in other world tournaments. As a professional, Solis seemed to be on his way to possibly becoming a world champion, but lost to Klitschko, with the leg injury, and against Thompson, just nowhere near enough training, wasted talent for sure.

SalTnutZ1's picture

I used to be an avid basketball player, going 4-5 times a week, but hurt my shoulder in a game. About 2010-2011, I dislocated my shoulder for the first time, and has since torn my labrum and had the shoulder go out at least a dozen times, so my ability to work out is limited to running when I can, and given how cold its been where I'm at, I haven't been able to do a thing except sit in the house, which doesn't help when you're in a funk.

Yeah, so many great amateurs never were able to reach their full potential due to BS politics that kept them from reaching the pros and making the most of their skills.

Champion97's picture

No definitely not, but it is surprising how effective training can be, without equipment, convenient weather, anything like that, for circuit training, you need yourself, the floor, and that's it, I have a few injuries, but none as severe as a torn labrum, so I can't say I understand your struggle with that.

It sucks.

What do you think will be the best upcoming WBSS fight?