Boxing Welterweight Title: Robert Guerrero(33-4-1,18KOs) vs David Peralta(25-2-1,14KOs) full fight replay video,highlight,result,recap. 2016 Boxing schedule Free former two-division world champion Robert “The Ghost” Guerrero will face against 33-year-old Argentinian David Emanuel Peralta on last week of August in a 10 round scheduled bout at the Honda Center, in Anaheim, California broadcast by Spike TV.
Saturday, Aug. 27, 2016 Anaheim, Calif. (Spike TV)
Robert Guerrero vs. David Peralta
10 rounds – Welterweight division
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BOXING ROUND BY ROUND UPDATE:
ROUND 1: Guerrero was calculated with his work, taking his time and landing accurate punches. Peralta was throwing a lazy jab and not doing much in terms of getting to the target. He was displaying some good footwork and movement, but unable to get away from Guerrero’s accurate shots.
ROUND 3: Peralta was landing a good overhand right, but not enough of them and even when he landed flush – Guerrero’s solid chin took the shots very well. They were trading shots at the end of the third and Guerrero’s punches were stronger and doing more damage. A small cut opened up around the left eye of Peralta at this point from a clash of heads (although ruled as a punch by the referee)
ROUND 4: Guerrero was getting off with solid shots that were bothering Peralta upon landing in the fourth. Peralta was doing better in the fifth, landing some solid punches and had some real success.
ROUND 6: Peralta with some confident in the six, making it a closer fight but Guerrero still had the advantage with the more telling punches connecting.
ROUND 7: Peralta continued to do well in the seventh by staying on the back and just boxing Guerrero, who was having some trouble with the adjustments made against him. Guerrero was not throwing as many punches and seemed to be looking for one big counter shot.
ROUND 9: In the ninth, a big right hand almost sent Guerrero down. He stumbled back and was held up by the ropes. He practically sat back on them to stay off the mat, but for some reason the referee did not call it a knockdown. A television replay showed that Peralta may have stepped on Guerrero foot when he threw the punch.
JUDGING SCORE RESULT:
JUDGE 1: 115-113 for Peralta
JUDGE 2: 115-113 for Guerrero
JUDGE 3: 116-112 for Peralta.
FINAL Fight Results:David Emanuel ‘El Pirata’ Peralta – Win Split Decision Victory.
Full Fight Recap:
Peralta was landing a very sneaky right that Guerrero was unable to adjust to. He was landing them over and over in the second half of the fight. Guerrero was allowing himself to fight at Peralta’s pace. Peralta seemed to have the timing down and hit Guerrero with that right hand every time the former champion stepped in to close the distance.
The fight continued to be a close race in the final three rounds. That right hand was consistently landing for Peralta, while Guerrero was working hard and not making it easy for the fighter from Argentina.
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