Billy C Boxing Contest - 24/12/2014

For TBCB's latest entry in the Boxing With Billy C fight predictions contest, we've simmed the fights listed below 100 times each. We've offered a brief summary of each fight based on the simulations, or you can read the entire summary of all the fights (Part1,Part2), which includes a lot of in-depth detail.

  • Guillermo Rigondeaux vs. Hisashi Amagasa: Rigondeaux ran away with a one-sided victory in this match-up 96 to 2. All but 3 of his 75 decision wins were unanimous. He also registered 21 stoppages. He floored Amagasa 76 times while tasting the canvas 17 times himself. Amagasa demonstrated the merest of puncher's chances scoring just 2 stoppages, one on cuts.
  • Katsunari Takayama vs. Go Odaira: Takayama got the best of this match-up winning by a 55 to 32 margin. He netted 41 decisions and scored 14 stoppages. He scored 20 knockdowns while being floored once. Odaira, in turn, copped 23 decisions. He also notched 8 TKOs on cuts and 1 DQ.
  • Omar Narvaez vs. Naoya Inoue: Narvaez had an easy time in this match-up with a victory margin of 96 to 4. All but 5 of his 78 decisions were unanimous. 13 of his inside the distance wins came on cuts. He scored 21 knockdowns while being floored just 5 times. Inoue only won 2 DQs and 2 YKOs on cuts.
  • Pedro Guevarra vs. Akira Yaegashi: Guevarra came out on top in a closely contested match-up 48 to 41. 20 of his 30 decisions came unanimously. 18 more wins came inside the distance. Yaegashi, in turn, got the judge's nod 19 times. Half of his 22 stoppages came via cuts. He scored 35 knockdowns compared to 47 by Guevara.
  • Jorge Linares vs. Javier Prieto: Linares walked away with this match-up winning by a 78 to 21 margin. He floored Prieto 119 times and was, in turn, dropped 44 times. This edge in knockdowns scored led him to 56 stoppages and 22 decision wins. Prieto, also kept things out of the judge's hands with 15 inside the distance wins and just 6 decisions.
  • Ryota Murata vs. Jessie Niklow: Murata got the best of Niklow in thus match-up 69 to 22. 36 of his 47 decisions came unanimously. He also punched his way to 22 stoppage wins. He emerged with an 97 to 31 edge in knockdowns scored. Most of Nicklow's wins came on the judge's cards. Only 4 of his 22 wins came inside the distance.
  • Takashi Uchiyama vs. Israel Perez: Uchiyama came out ahead in this match-up winning by a 4 to 1 margin, 76 to 18. He had a 112 to 30 edge in knockdowns scored. This advantage led him to 33 inside the distance wins and 43 decisions. 37 of these decisions were unanimously awarded. Perez scored 8 stoppage wins, 5 due to cuts. He also was awarded 10 decisions.
  • Kohei Kono vs. Norberto Jimenez: Kono eked out a victory in this match-up by the slimmest of margins 48 to 47. 18 of his 28 decisions came unanimously. 20 inside the distance wins rounded out his victory total. Jimenez netted a 38 to 31 edge in knockdowns scored. He copped 35 dukes by decision. He also came away with 12 inside the distance wins.
  • Alberto Rossel vs. Ryoichi Taguchi: Rossel came out on top in this match-up by an 86 to 14 margin. All but 3 of his 55 decision wins came via unanimous verdict. 31 more wins came inside of the distance. He floored Taguchi 107 times while tasting the canvas only 7 times himself. Taguchi could only notch 9 inside the distance wins and 5 decisions.
  • Hakim Ben Ali vs. Reda Azzaoui: Ben Ali won this match-up featuring a pair of feather-fisted fighters, 62 to 25. He was never off his feet in 100 bouts and only scored 2 knockdowns himself. All but 20 of his 54 decisions was unanimous. All 8 of his stoppage wins came on cuts. Azzaoui notched 19 decsions. All but 2 of these were unanimous. 6 of his wins did not go the scheduled distance. 3 were DQs and 3 were TKOs on cuts.
  • Richard Lartey vs. Ergun Mersin: Mersin edged out Lartey in this closr match-up. 50 to 43. He was awarded the duke by decision 35 times and scored 15 stoppages. His total of 67 knockdowns topped Lartey's total by one. Lartey topped the judge's cards 31 times. He also notched 12 fights inside of the distance.
  • Yuki Nonaka vs. Charlie Ota: Ota won this match-up by a nose, 45 to 44. He scored 59 knockdowns while tasting canvas 16 times himself. 25 of his 32 decisions were unanimous. 13 more wins did not go the scheduled duration. Nonaka, on the other hand, only netted 6 inside the distance wins. He won the judge's nod 38 times, 29 unanimously.
  • Rex Wao vs. Slivester Lopez: Lopez had the best of this match-up winning 30 more bouts. His 63 wins included 46 decisions and 17 stoppages. 40 decisions received a unanimous nod by the judges. He came away with a 100 to 88 edge in knockdowns scored. Wao demonstrated a puncher's chance with 21 stoppages. 12 decisions rounded out his victory total.
  • Gabor Molnar vs. Robert Kanalas: Kanalas topped Molnar in this meeting by a margin of 54 to 37. He earned 26 decisions and scored 28 stoppages. He scored 24 more knockdowns than Molnar leading this category 54 to 30. 21 of Molnar's 24 decisions were unanimous. He also scored 13 stoppage victories.
  • Sandor Micsko vs. Lajos Mark Nagy: Micsko topped Nagy in this match-up 56 to 38. He coupled 16 stoppages with 40 decision wins. 30 of his decisions received a unanimous nod by the judges. He scored 40 more knockdowns with his total of 82. Nagy registered 18 stoppages and coupled these with 20 decisions.
  • Zoltan Csala vs. Zoltan Petranyi: Petranyi was the victor in a close match-up by a 52 to 40 margin. He copped 40 decisions and 12 inside the distance wins. He scored 20 knockdowns while being floored 51 times by Csala. Csala notched 25 decisions and 15 inside the distance wins.

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