Difference between revisions of "Wladimir Klitschko vs. Sultan Ibragimov"

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* Ibragimov appeared to be knocked down as a Klitschko combo had him held up by only the ropes but referee Wayne Kelly did not rule it a knockdown
 
* Ibragimov appeared to be knocked down as a Klitschko combo had him held up by only the ropes but referee Wayne Kelly did not rule it a knockdown
 
* A big part of Ibragimov's blows, which were counted by CompuBox as "Power Punches", have been Bodyshots
 
* A big part of Ibragimov's blows, which were counted by CompuBox as "Power Punches", have been Bodyshots
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* Data Boxing reported that Ibragimov led in controls(mainly moving in) 104 to 78. There was a 50-50% split in the Events Per Round(Attempts + Controls) of 71. This was the lowest EPR activity in a Klitschko bout since 48 vs Williamson in 2004. He usually varies from 76 vs Castillo to 137 vs Brewster II.   
 
[[Category:2008 Bouts|Klitschko vs. Ibragimov]]
 
[[Category:2008 Bouts|Klitschko vs. Ibragimov]]

Revision as of 18:54, 24 February 2008

2008-02-23 : Wladimir Klitschko 238 lbs beat Sultan Ibragimov 219 lbs by UD in round 12 of 12

CompuBox Punchstats
Total Punches Klitschko Ibragimov
Landed 148 97
Thrown 348 316
Pct. 43% 31%
Jabs Klitschko Ibragimov
Landed 108 16
Thrown 245 137
Pct. 44% 12%
Power Punches Klitschko Ibragimov
Landed 40 81
Thrown 103 179
Pct. 39% 45%

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Comments

Poster
  • First heavyweight title unification since Lewis-Holyfield II in 1999
  • Ibragimov appeared to be knocked down as a Klitschko combo had him held up by only the ropes but referee Wayne Kelly did not rule it a knockdown
  • A big part of Ibragimov's blows, which were counted by CompuBox as "Power Punches", have been Bodyshots
  • Data Boxing reported that Ibragimov led in controls(mainly moving in) 104 to 78. There was a 50-50% split in the Events Per Round(Attempts + Controls) of 71. This was the lowest EPR activity in a Klitschko bout since 48 vs Williamson in 2004. He usually varies from 76 vs Castillo to 137 vs Brewster II.