Pound4poundireland Scorecards from October 2017

Sam Sexton 115-113 Gary Cornish, officially UD

Andrew Selby 115-113 Maximino Flores, offically UD

Mohamed Mimoune 115-113 Sam Eggington, officially SD

Anthony Crolla 116-112 Ricky Burns, officially UD

Erislandy Lara 118-109 Terrell Gausha, officially UD

Leon Woodstock 98-92 Craig Poxton, officially UD

Jack Catterall 116-112 Tyrone Nurse, officially UD

Stephen Ormond 114-113 Paul Hyland Jr., officially Hyland Jr. by SD

Ryan Burnett 117-111 Zhanat Zhakiyanov, officially UD

Juergen Braehmer 119-109 Rob Brant, officially UD

Frank Buglioni 118-110 Craig Richards, officially UD

Kal Yafai 118-110 Sho Ishida, officially UD

Katie Taylor 100-89 Anahi Sanchez, officially UD

Dillian Whyte 118-110 Robert Helenius, officially UD


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Pound4poundireland Scorecards from September 2017

Juan Francisco Estrada 115-112 Carlos Cuadras, officially UD

Callum Smith 114-113 Erik Skoglund, officially UD

Billy Joe Saunders 117-111 Willie Monroe Jr., officially UD

Diego De La Hoya 99-91 Randy Caballero, officially UD

Gennady Golovkin 118-110 Saul Alvarez, officially a DRAW

Gilberto Ramirez 115-112 Jesse Hart, officially UD

Oscar Valdez 117-109 Genesis Servania, officially UD

Jorge Linares 115-112 Luke Campbell, officially SD

Keith Tapia 100-89 Lateef Kayode, officially UD

Sean Dodd 119-109 Tom Stalker, officially UD

Paul Butler 118-110 Stuart Hall (rematch), officially UD

Mairis Briedis 117-110 Mike Perez, officially UD

Pound4poundireland’s September 23rd POUND FOR POUND top 10

1. Terence Crawford

2. Gennady Golovkin

3. Suriyan Sor Rungvisai

4. Vasyl Lomachenko

5. Keith Thurman

6. Mikey Garcia

7. Naoya Inoue

8. Juan Francisco Estrada

9. Jeff Horn

10. Saul Alvarez

  • Shock in the boxing world as consensus pound for pound #1 Andre Ward retires. This has been a transitional year of sorts for the sport with many big names bowing out.
  • Ward bows out with the trifecta: legacy, faculties and finances intact, and will surely enter the hall of fame in five years. He was the best boxer of his generation.
  • Crawford is the new #1 and it will make for great viewing to see him take on the likes of Thurman and Spence at 147 in the next few years.
  • Canelo enters at #10