Skip to content

Posts from the ‘Post-Fight Analysis’ Category


Errol Spence Jr. TKO11 Kell Brook & George Groves TKO6 Fedor Chudinov

The Brook-Spence fight report was published on on May 28th, 2017. Thanks to Michael Carbert for his help in editing and publishing the final version:

As they made their way to the ring, the American challenger looked confident and relaxed, as he has done for the duration of the buildup to his biggest ever fight; meanwhile the champion wore a tense but focused expression throughout the pre-fight introductions. Read more


Sor Rungvisai W12 Gonzalez: Great Fight, Wrong Result

This article was published on on March 24th, 2017. Thanks to Michael Carbert and Zachary Alapi for their help in editing and publishing the final version:

Srisaket Sor Rungvisai may well have the most deceptive record of any world champion currently in boxing. The story of where he came from in order to become a champion may also be one of the most remarkable in the sport. Read more


Five Myths About Judging Fights

An edited version of this article was published on on December 22nd, 2016:

In the aftermath of the unanimous decision for Andre Ward over Sergey Kovalev, a lot of attention has been focused on the scorecards turned in by the 3 ringside judges, with the usual barbs being tossed around on social media about “corrupt officials” and a so-called “robbery”. While the decision was certainly a controversial one and everyone is entitled to their opinion, there’s several scoring clichés that could do with a healthy dose of reality. Here are five of the most common to be aware of: Read more


Time for the Pacman to Call it a Day

This article was published by on 11th November, 2016:

Following a short-lived “retirement” from boxing, Manny Pacquiao returned to action on Saturday night and reclaimed a portion of the welterweight title for the third time. Once again the Pacman demonstrated that he is levels above the vast majority of 147lb boxers in the world, dominating and widely outpointing a respectable, ambitious world champion 10 years his junior. Read more


Kovalev Less Than Convincing

This article was first published on website on July 12th, 2016:

In a tougher-than-expected defence of his WBA, IBF and WBO light-heavyweight titles, Sergey “Krusher” Kovalev unanimously out-pointed Malawi-born challenger Isaac Chilemba on his home-turf in Ekaterinburg, Russia. Although prevailing widely on the official scorecards, the judges’ tallies of 117-110, 116-111 and 118-109 were perhaps a tad disingenuous to the African challenger and certainly didn’t tell the story of how difficult a contest this was for the defending champion.

Read more

%d bloggers like this: