Shawn Porter vs. Kell Brook Scorecard by albertocastany


scorecard by ALBERTOCASTANY
Round
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Total
SHAWN PORTER
9
9
10
9
9
9
9
9
9
10
9
9
110
KELL BROOK
10
10
9
10
10
10
10
10
10
9
10
10
118

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Champion97's picture

You think this was a one sided fight? All I can say is everyone is entitled to their own opinion.

albertocastany's picture

Porter's was agressive, but ineffective. All of his wild swinging to Brook's body in close quarters looked impressive and easily fools the less knowledgable, but he was standing off balance and landing mostly with his forearms. In other words...all of those swings were powerless. It's clear Brook was never hurt by those as you can see through his ring movement.

On the other hand...you can tell how nasty was brook's jab on porters face.

Great fight by Brook!

Champion97's picture

Porter controlled the first 4 rounds man.

Porter was aggressive, and effective, the definition of the word 'effective' is something that works well, the game plan from team Porter was working well, the fight got a bit messy at times, but the body work from Porter was very good, you could see it, if you are observant. Believe me if Shawn had been landing with his own forearms, Kell would have a messy face, it looked like he was landing with his own forearms, because of the way he was lunging in and trying to overpower Kell (something he didn't manage). You call Porter ineffective, but notice how Kell was just not putting the work in at times, Kell Brook is no lazy fighter, the relentlessness of Porter was something team Porter could use to overwhelm Kell and spoil his rhythm, they succeeded in doing this, and that is what any judge would call effective, if you don't throw it, you can't land it. To be fair to you, he never hurt Kell, and he wasn't landing hard flush combinations, and he was ineffective at times, but something you can't forget is that jab of Porter, it was much faster than Kell anticipated, it was accurate early on, it stopped Kell in his tracks, and the jab of Brook was forceful at times, but not always, and he did not hurt Porter with the exception of the closing stages of round 7, lovely uppercut from Kell. I just feel as if Porter charging forward, swinging, and landing a couple of hooks that bash the head of Kell but being tagged with one shot on the way in that jars his head right back but does not faze him makes an interesting exchange, and a lot of these exchanges makes for a debatable, (as you say) subjective (good word, one I also like to use) fight.

albertocastany's picture

"Porter controlled the first 4 rounds"...you must be really tired kid.

Champion97's picture

OK, that was inaccurate from me, but Porter started very fast, overwhelming Kell in the early rounds, not allowing him to work. You probably gave Kell more rounds than his mum did.

albertocastany's picture
Champion97's picture

Says who? You can't tell me former world champions don't understand boxing.

albertocastany's picture

When I see close scorecards for this fight...it reminds how most people don't understand what effective agressiveness is...and it makes me sad

Steve Farhood seems to have got it right.

Champion97's picture

Well at least we can agree on something, the words of Steve Farhood not me 'I have it barely to Brook', he scored the fight 115-113 BTW. So basically what your saying is when you see other scorecard besides yours, it makes you sad.

albertocastany's picture

"Say no to drugs" maybe?

Champion97's picture

Never smoked, injected or sniffed in my life and never will.

Champion97's picture

Good night to you old chap.

albertocastany's picture

I want to highlight. It's not a writting error. Porter wasn't landing on Brook's forearms....Porter was landing with HIS own forearms lol.

Champion97's picture

No typing error from me either, if a fighter lands with their own forearms, the opponent will have a face that is well, a mess.

albertocastany's picture

Pull your thoughts together kid. Like I previously said, I had never seen Brook. You have to be objective and understand boxing. I still think you've got a lot to learn. Porter's brawling style got him nothing but a bruised face.

Champion97's picture

Believe me my thoughts are well and truly pulled together, I understand boxing, better than someone who thinks a fight is lopsided because one guy has a battered face and the other one didn't, boxing is subjective, but not to the extent that you can state false facts, I've been following and analysing boxing for years, I think I know what I'm talking about, when one guy throws more and lands more punches (clean punches, which Porter did), but the other guy lands with the more telling shots, this makes for a subjective fight, I'm sorry if the more active fighter has a little but if a bruised face, and in your fantasy boxing world, this makes him out classed, but in real boxing it means absolutely nothing. The tactics of Porter got him a enough success and close rounds to have a fair case made that he won the fight. The most common score for this fight is 115-113 for Kell Brook, nobody else says the fight couldn't have gone either way, what does that tell you?

albertocastany's picture

bla bla bla....oh and I wasn't talking about the headbutt cut...

I don't think I have scored it here, but I had Morales vs Maidan even as well.

Champion97's picture

'Blah, blah, blah' that says it all.

OK, cool, great fight that one.

Champion97's picture

This card was a joke, learn to appreciate fitness and work rate in this sport.