TTR Challenge #25- Standings After Week #16

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TTR Challenge #25- Standings After Week #16

Post by straycat » Fri Nov 24, 2017 5:08 pm

RESULTS and POINTS BREAKDOWN:

Fight #1- Japanese Light Flyweight Title-
Champion Tetsuya Hisada (WBA #3, IBF #4, WBO #8, WBC #11, TTR #13; 30-9-2, 19 KOs)
KO-4 2:58
Takeru Kamikubo[ (13-3, 8 KOs)
- Kamikubo is ranked #5 by the Japan Boxing Commission.
.....9 points for picking Hisada plus 2 points for picking him by KO/TKO

Fight #2- Super Welterweight Bout-
Nathaniel Gallimore (WBA #4, Transnational #5, IBF #6, WBO #12, TTR #13, WBC #14; 20-1-1, 17 KOs)
KO-1
Esau Herrera (18-11-1, 8 KOs)
.....8 points for picking Gallimore plus 2 points for picking him by KO/TKO

Fight #3- Super Middleweight Bout-
Anthony Dirrell (WBC #3, Transnational #5, TTR #7, The Ring #7, IBF #11; 31-1-1, 24 KOs)
Unan. Tech. Dec. 6
Denis Douglin (20-6, 13 KOs)
- This Douglin's first bout since his TKO-10 loss to David Benavidez on August 5, 2016.
- Dirrell was cut badly by an accidental clash of heads in round 6. Earlier in the round, Douglin was penalized one point for throwing Dirrell to the canvas.
- The scores were based on the five completed rounds thus the point deduction did not figure into the scoring. Dirrell won by the scores of 48-47, 48-47, and 49-46.
.....8 points for picking Dirrell plus 2 points for picking him by decision

Fight #4- IBF World Junior Bantamweight Title-
Champion Jerwin Ancajas (TTR #4, Transnational #4, The Ring #6; 28-1-1, 19 KOs)
TKO-6 0:52
Jamie Conlan (IBF #4; 19-1, 11 KOs)
- Ancajas decked Conlan in the first, third, fourth, and sixth rounds as he made his third successful world title defense.
.....9 points for picking Ancajas plus 2 points for picking him by KO/TKO

Fight #5- WBO World Bantamweight Title-
Champion Zolani Tete (The Ring #1, TTR #8, Transnational #8; 25-3, 20 KOs)
KO-1 0:11
Siboniso Gonya (WBO #3; 11-2, 5 KOs)
- Six seconds into the fight, the southpaw Tete knocked Gonya down with the first punch he threw- a ferocious right hook. Referee Phil Edwards started to count but saw there was no way Gonya was going to make it to his feet before he reached ten. He waved it off at the 11 second mark!
.....9 points for picking Tete plus 2 points for picking him by KO/TKO

Fight #6- Featherweight Bout-
Carl Frampton (TTR #2, Transnational #2, WBC #2, The Ring #3, WBA #3, IBF #3, WBO #7; 24-1, 14 KOs)
Unan. Dec. 10
Horacio Garcia (33-4-1, 24 KOs)
- Frampton was decked in round 7 but went on to a deserved victory by the scores of 98-93, 97-93, and 96-93.
.....8 points for picking Frampton plus 2 points for picking him by decision

Fight #7- Super Welterweight Bout-
Julian "J Rock" Williams (WBC #4, TTR #5, IBF #7, The Ring #10, WBA #15; 24-1-1, 15 KOs)
Unan. Dec. 10
Ishe Smith (29-9, 12 KOs)
- The scores were 99-91, 98-92. and 97-93.
.....9 points for picking Williams plus 2 points for picking him by decision

3 way tie for the weekly high of 73 goes to Manny, Tainos and I, Gil has 2nd with 72.
No board changes.
Did this from my sisters house way far away in Utah and didn't have lined paper so hopefully 2 consecutive weeks with no errors aint a whole lot to ask for. :-D

Player~Points~Total

1)~TheVamp~71~1170
2)~mannymac~73~1162
3)~Drinquor~63~1118
4)~Gilgamesh~72~1103
5)~Tainos~73~1053
6)~straycat~73~1051
7)~KSTAT~69~978
8 )~Lurkyshaka~DNP~665
9)~TopNotch86~DNP~566
10)~Chef~DNP~361
11)~Marciano1952~DNP~289
12)~DBO~DNP~161
13)~Astor~DNP~65
14)~Cagiva~DNP~55
15)~Jeff_Lacy_KO~DNP~41
16)~Presteezh~DNP~29

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