Pound4poundireland Scorecards from February 2018

Mikhail Aloyan 95-95 Alexander Espinoza, officially Aloyan by SD

Lawrence Okolie 99-87 Isaac Chamberlain, officially UD

Ted Cheeseman 98-91 Carson Jones, officially UD

Pedro Campa 99-90 Ivan Alvarez (rematch), officially UD

Ray Beltran 114-114 Paulus Moses, officially Beltran by UD

Tommy Langford 116-113 Jack Arnfield, officially UD

Ryan Walsh 116-112 Isaac Lowe, officially a DRAW

George Groves 115-113 Chris Eubank Jr., officially UD

Zelfa Barrett 114-113 Ronnie Clark, officially Clark by MD

Jordan Gill 98-90 Jason Cunningham, officially UD

Srisaket Sor Rungvisai 115-113 Juan Francisco Estrada, officially MD

Reddit AMA (online Q&A with fans) with Bob Arum

Featuring such gems as:

“Have you ever seen the infamous Oscar fishnet pictures? If so, what are your thoughts?”

Arum: “Oscar always maintained that it was photoshopped, and that’s a testament to his credibility”


“With the rise of the #metoo movement, on a scale of 1 to 10 how scared are you of skeletons from your past being exposed?”

Arum: “Well, I always envision getting up at a press conference and talking and some old lady in a walker comes in and accuses me 50 years ago of doing something inappropriate. I can always plead at my age that I have no memory, but it’s possible!”

Pound4poundireland’s February 3rd POUND FOR POUND top 10

1. Terence Crawford

2. Vasyl Lomachenko

3. Gennady Golovkin

4. Suriyan Sor Rungvisai

5. Keith Thurman

6. Mikey Garcia

7. Naoya Inoue

8. Oleksandr Usyk

9. Juan Francisco Estrada

10. Jeff Horn

  • Usyk enters at #8 after winning a terrific, closely contested fight with Mairis Briedis in the WBSS semi finals. He’ll have his opportunity to claim a rare undisputed title when facing the Gassiev-Dorticos winner in the final.
  • Saul Alvarez exits.