Luis Ortiz vs. Malik Scott Scorecard by Champion97


scorecard by CHAMPION97
Round
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Total
LUIS ORTIZ
10
10
10
10
10
10
9
10
10
10
10
10
119
MALIK SCOTT
9
9
9
8
8
9
10
9
8
9
9
9
106

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Was the fight as bad as you heard it was?

Champion97's picture

No I wouldn't say so to be honest, mind you, I'm rarely bored when watching boxing, it was a poor fight, but not as bad as many made out in my opinion, I take my hat of to Malik Scott, I didn't know he was capable of frustrating Ortiz like that, certainly not going the distance with him, you have to question what his aim was, because in the first half of the fight, I didn't get the sense he was even trying to win any rounds, but hey, he stayed there, he showed good movement, for any heavyweight to move like that for 36 minutes is fairly impressive, and I thought he did really well in rounds 7 and 8, catching Ortiz on the counter and negating Ortiz's offence with his footwork. I was more disappointed in Luis Ortiz than Scott, 'Not his fault, if the other guy runs what can you do?' Fool logic, if Ortiz was this beast who nobody can handle, then he would a have been able to give Scott no choice, just imagine him in there with Fury, a guy who can move like Scott, only a lot better, a bigger puncher, far, far more durable, and a lot braver shall we say. I was not impressed with Ortiz's performance, it wasn't terrible, he managed to win 10-12/12 of the rounds, all of them in the majority of opinions, but he was never able to catch Scott full on, not properly, with all his power, it seemed to me as if many of his punches had power sacrificed from them with the benefit of landing something, Ortiz didn't throw a lot of punches, because he struggled to get in range, and there wasn't a lot in many of the rounds. I say Joshua beats Ortiz, and if this Ortiz was to show up, then I think he beats him quite easily.

Did you hear about Lucas Browne failing yet another drugs test?

I thought the fight was very boring to be honest. I was expecting an easy Ortiz knock out and he was disappointing. It wasn't all entirly Scotts fault. He looked like he was only interested in going the distance and not actually fighting and that was irritating. I do say that Ortiz should've cut the ring off better so he could stop Scott's "running". He did pretty good with that the first couple rounds. One thing you can blame Ortiz is being lazy throughout this fight. He didn't throw many punches and took his foot off the gas and focused on winning rounds. I would love to see Joshua vs Ortiz. I don't know who I would pick to win that, but I would hope Joshua can beat him.

Yeah, I heard. What's going to happen to him now that he's been caught again?

Champion97's picture

You're definitely not alone, I can safely say that. He was disappointing. Yes, but it shouldn't have been an option, I've always said the definition of a boring fight is not just a very negative fight, it when one of the boxers in there if not both is not trying to win, and we did see the latter of those two, I think he was gambling, and he did have some small level of vague hope that he could draw Ortiz onto something, and get the knock out, but he didn't have any likely way of winning the fight, and yes, his more realistic expectation in terms of his goals, was to go the distance. Yes, cutting off the ring is something I thought he sort of skipped if you will. I don't think he was lazy in all honesty, I think he was frustrated throughout, he didn't throw a lot of punches, because he knew they'd miss. So would I, I would, Joshua, all day, do you think Scott could make Anthony Joshua look clumsy?, do you think he could 'run' from Anthony Joshua? I think Luis Ortiz may be the opposite to fighter like Dillian Whyte or Danny Garcia, he looks spectacular at a certain level, but when he leaps up in class, he's out if his depth, if I'm wrong about that, then the Scott fight, must have been a massive off night for him, I do think it was an off night to at least some degree.

I think the Shannon Briggs fight has gone up in flames. I'm so heavily against drugs in boxing, we can't rule out the possibility that Browne was been set up again, or ,albeit it is some kind of error, I suppose Fury failed a drugs test, and I'm not hearing get that he was unclean, but two failed tests in one year, you have to wonder what's going on, is he taking something he doesn't realise he shouldn't be taking? Some kind of vitamin and/or mineral containing drink or set of tablets, is someone secretly supplying him with drugs? Who knows? There are a lot of questions.

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Round 1 - Ortiz
Round 2 - Ortiz
Round 3 - Ortiz
Round 4 - Ortiz (one extra point)
Round 5 - Ortiz (one extra point)
Round 6 - Ortiz
Round 7 - Could go either way
Round 8 - Could go either way
Round 9 - Ortiz (one extra point)
Round 10 - Ortiz
Round 11 - Ortiz
Round 12 - Ortiz