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In a fight which did not appear to be as close as th scoring indicated, Boxrec # 1 rated light heavyweight Chad Dawson went to 29-0, 17 kos, with a unanimous decision over challenger Glen Johnson. Both fighters appeared in excellent condition, and Johnson, who came forward the whole night, seemed eager to take the fight to Dawson from the opening bell. But it was not to be. Dawson countered punched cleverly with a jab here, a power punch here, and and an uppercut there the entire bout while moving side-to-side. Dawson landed far more often than Johnson did, and Johnson, who lacked a game plan, didn't find the going much different in his second bout with Dawson than he did in his first. Still, by the scoring, if one more point had turned for Johnson and away from Dawson in any round, the bout would have been a draw.
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In a fight which did not appear to be as close as the scoring indicated, Chad Dawson went to 29-0, 17 KOs, with a unanimous decision over challenger Glen Johnson. Both fighters appeared in excellent condition, and Johnson, who came forward the whole night, seemed eager to take the fight to Dawson from the opening bell. But it was not to be. Southpaw Dawson counterpunched cleverly with a jab here, a power punch here, and a hook/uppercut there the entire bout while moving side-to-side. Dawson landed far more often than Johnson did, and Johnson, who lacked a game plan, didn't find the going much different in his second bout with Dawson than he did in his first. Still, by the scoring, if one more point had turned for Johnson and away from Dawson in any round, the bout would have been a draw. Dawson fought the entire bout on the outside, frustrating Johnson, landing left jabs, straight lefts, left hooks and later right hooks to the body, with a good mix of blows while not leaving Johnson a target to counterpunch. Johnson appeared to get the best of Dawson in the sixth and the eleventh, but the rest of the bout looked like a jab clinic. Dawson's trainer, [[Eddie Mustafa Muhammad]], told him to stick with the jab throughout.
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*Compubox Total Blows: Dawson 246/756 33%, Johnson 167/688 24%; Power Blows: Dawson 142/252 56%, Johnson 90/259 35%.

Latest revision as of 18:22, 8 October 2010

2009-11-07 : Chad Dawson 175 lbs beat Glen Johnson 173½ lbs by UD in round 12 of 12

In a fight which did not appear to be as close as the scoring indicated, Chad Dawson went to 29-0, 17 KOs, with a unanimous decision over challenger Glen Johnson. Both fighters appeared in excellent condition, and Johnson, who came forward the whole night, seemed eager to take the fight to Dawson from the opening bell. But it was not to be. Southpaw Dawson counterpunched cleverly with a jab here, a power punch here, and a hook/uppercut there the entire bout while moving side-to-side. Dawson landed far more often than Johnson did, and Johnson, who lacked a game plan, didn't find the going much different in his second bout with Dawson than he did in his first. Still, by the scoring, if one more point had turned for Johnson and away from Dawson in any round, the bout would have been a draw. Dawson fought the entire bout on the outside, frustrating Johnson, landing left jabs, straight lefts, left hooks and later right hooks to the body, with a good mix of blows while not leaving Johnson a target to counterpunch. Johnson appeared to get the best of Dawson in the sixth and the eleventh, but the rest of the bout looked like a jab clinic. Dawson's trainer, Eddie Mustafa Muhammad, told him to stick with the jab throughout.

  • Compubox Total Blows: Dawson 246/756 33%, Johnson 167/688 24%; Power Blows: Dawson 142/252 56%, Johnson 90/259 35%.