2015 BOXING fight – Chris Arreola vs Travis Kauffman – full fight Video

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3 Star RatingReview by AllTheBestFights.com: 2015-12-12, nice and tough fight between Chris Arreola and Travis Kauffman: it gets three stars.

Chris Arreola entered this fight with a pro record of 36-4-1 (31 KOs=86%), he is ranked as the No.48 heavyweight in the world and he comes off the draw against Fred Kassi (=Arreola vs Kassi).
His opponent, Travis Kauffman, has a boxing record of 30-1-0 (22 knockouts) and he entered as the No.74 in the same weight class. His only loss occurred in 2009 when he faced Tony Grano, since then he has won 12 consecutive fights beating Epifanio Mendoza in his last one. Arreola vs Kauffman is on the undercard of Omar Figueroa Jr vs Antonio DeMarco. Watch the video and rate this fight!


Date: 2015-12-12

Where: AT&T Center, San Antonio, Texas, USA

Division: heavyweight (over 200 lbs, 90.7 kg)

Result: Click here to show the fight’s result
Chris Arreola def. Travis Kauffman (split decision, 114-113, 114-113, 113-114 – result changed to a ND after Arreola failed a drug test)


Arreola’s previous fight: Chris Arreola vs Fred Kassi

Arreola’s next fight: Deontay Wilder vs Chris Arreola


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10 comments on “2015 BOXING fight – Chris Arreola vs Travis Kauffman – full fight Video”

    • Boooooh!!!! @danielsan23:disqus @disqus_1hsDbqMNzz:disqus I had a score of 116-112 Kauffman, giving a round even. It was a great fight, very entertaining, but a robbery in my view too.

      At least it made us discover Kauffman, whose camp should be very angry at this.

        • I don’t see to much future for Kauffman either.
          He did better than Arreola in this fight but he is out of shape and a short boxer for nowadays standards in this catrgory.

    • I wouldn’t say Kauffman was “robbed” since many rounds were quite close. I had it 115-113 for him though.
      But anyway, I’m sick of Arreola. Here’s a guy who once was a #1 HW contender and now look at him… he doesn’t look much dedicated to boxing. Doing just the minimum to get a tight decision against a B-class fight. I can’t remember after which fight it was, I think it was after his loss against Klitschko… he was crying like a baby saying: “No more BBQs… no more coronas…”… Yeah, right.

      • Olivier, I guess you answered to the wrong guy. I was the one i said “robbed” and i still believe this is the case since you confirmed you saw him winning too.
        Technically speaking, it doesn’t matter if a rob is dealing with just pennies or many dollars and/or any other thing, still is considered a rob. This fight was close and we all agree on that. So it was a rob of “just pennies” :-) but no nice at all for Kauffman. Two of those judges involved don’t do deserve such position.

        • Well, I don’t think the “money analogy” fully applies here, with all due respect. To me, this fight was close enough to be called a draw. I when my (very subjective) scorecard gives the fight to one fighter by a round or two, I can assume that one judge might call it a draw or even a win for the other guy. More like the principle of a margin of error, again assuming that there are biases in my own judgment too.

  1. Very bad decision from the judges the clear winner here was Kauffman a better technical boxer than Arreola. The fight was close but Kauffman was robbed.
    Arreola may still do some money with his career but a fight for a title is over for him. If he gets such opportunity his chances to win with such a good competition now are negligible.


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