BOXING News – Mayweather vs Pacquiao CompuBox Stats

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Mayweather vs Pacquiao, the “Fight of the Century”, has gone and it’s time to analyze the performance of the two boxers through the CompuBox Statistics: who has thrown more punches? Or how many jabs and power punches have they landed? Check out the Mayweather vs Pacquiao CompuBox Stats after the jump!
Watch also the Mayweather vs Pacquiao post-fight press conference in which Pacquiao revealed he suffered a shoulder injury just three weeks before the mega-fight.

 

Link to the fight: Floyd Mayweather Jr vs Manny Pacquiao

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Mayweather vs Pacquiao CompuBox Stats

CompuBox Statistics Floyd Mayweather Jr Manny Pacquiao
punches thrown 435 429
punches landed 148 (34%) 81 (19%)
jabs thrown 267 193
jabs landed 67 (25%) 18 (9%)
power punches thrown 168 236
power punches landed 81 (48%) 63 (27%)
punches thrown x round 36,25 35,75
punches landed x round 12,33 6,75

As you can see, Mayweather performed better than Pacquiao and he deserved the unanimous decision victory scored by the three judges (118-110, 116-112, 116-112). Compared to their previous performances that we analyzed some days ago (=Mayweather vs Pacquiao 5 common opponents CompuBox Stats comparison), Mayweather was able to land, more or less, the same percentage of punches as he did with Maidana, De La Hoya, Hatton, Mosley and Cotto while Pacquiao, who usually landed an average of 28 punches per round, dropped to just 6,75 shots each round! Congratulations to the undefeated No.1 pound for pound and real welterweight boxing champion: Floyd Mayweather Jr!

 

For more boxing news on Pacquiao vs Mayweather stay tuned right here on AllTheBestFights.com. Here are all the news about the mega-fight:
Inside Mayweather vs Pacquiao – Episode 4 Epilogue
Mayweather vs Pacquiao post-fight press conference
Mayweather vs Pacquiao CompuBox Stats
Mayweather vs Pacquiao countdown live stream
Mayweather vs Pacquiao weigh-in video
Inside Mayweather vs Pacquiao – Episode 3
Mayweather vs Pacquiao Final Press Conference
Mayweather vs Pacquiao: Poll, picks and predictions
Mayweather vs Pacquiao: The Legends Speak Hbo
Inside Mayweather vs Pacquiao – Episode 2
Mayweather vs Pacquiao: 5 common opponents CompuBox Stats comparison
Mayweather vs Pacquiao: Statistics, info, numbers
Mayweather vs Pacquiao Hbo Preview + At Last
Inside Mayweather vs Pacquiao – Episode 1
Mayweather vs Pacquiao media workout
Mayweather vs Pacquiao Kickoff Press Conference
Mayweather vs Pacquiao official announcement

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Event: Mayweather vs Pacquiao – MayPac

Date: 2015-05-02

Where: MGM Grand, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA

Division: welterweight (147 lbs, 66.7 kg)

Titles: WBC, WBO and WBA World welterweight

 

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13 thoughts on “BOXING News – Mayweather vs Pacquiao CompuBox Stats”

  1. Mayweather defense is the greatest I ever seen. He clearly won the fight clearly. However is was a dull fight and I think there should be a rematch based on that fact alone!

    1. I agree with the first part of your comment, but for the rematch, we have never seen that happen based on that “fact”. If it was boring once, it might be twice. Pacquiao didn’t do enough to “earn” a rematch.

      1. Honestly, I can’t argue the point you made because it’s accurate and factual. Good stuff

          1. Pac should find a wet paper bag… Really disappointed that he didn’t press more.

            Mayweather should go ahead and retire, no real competition out there, other fights would only be pay checks and may tarnish his legacy.

          2. I think Brook vs Thurman should happen and winner get Mayweather in September. I think Pacquaio should face Khan, Mattyshe or Danny Garcia. I think Danny Garcia would be decent. It all depends on both fighters goals

          3. Pacquiao should go down to 140, 147 & 154 is too much for him. I know he can beat mayweather in clear and fair fight but that’s impossible.

    2. Mayweather did not win the fight. The compubox stats are wrong.. Pacquaio actually landed more than Mayweather..

  2. your stats make an interesting point, but who enters the data? How can anyone know that data from CompuBox is accurate?
    How much human error is there with CompuBox? And when did they stop giving points to the aggressor?
    Mayweather is the type of fighter I detest. I prefer fighters are who aren’t afraid of getting hit, and will give the crowd a good show. Mayweather fights seem more like a track meet.

    1. I too question the CompuBox data. Does the pawing of Mayweather as a defence mechanism count as punches? Likewise clinching and then hitting whilst holding should not be tallied as scoring punches. Unfortunately there is an acceptance of whatever is spoken and/or written and not any decent analysis of what has been propagated.

      1. These are interesting questions. I checked the official compubox internet website. Here’s what they say: “The operators are extensively trained to watch a fight differently than a normal fan would. Each operator concentrates on only one fighter and not the fight as a whole to accurately track the stats. (…) Even though our database of over 5,000 fights (and counting) shows that a fighter that throws and lands more punches will win 90% of the time, the 10 point judging system clearly is the only way to determine winners in a fight. (…) CompuBox operators consist of boxing historians and former professional fighters. They include Bob and Nic Canobbio, former UPI sports editor Joe Carnicelli, former pro fighter Dennis Allen, former pro fighter Saul Avelar, noted boxing writer, historian and HOF voting member Lee Groves, boxing historian and HOF voting member Aris Pina, boxing historian Ben Chan and boxing/MMA historian Andy Kasperzak. We were also privileged to employ a former world champion Genaro Hernandez, who passed away in 2011.”

        So it might not answer to your questions (or Leroy Hall’s), but it tells us how it works. For my part, I am very accustomed with statistics (it’s an important part of my job as a researcher in psychology). And now that I know how compubox works, it raises issues about the reliability of these statistics. The problem is that only one observer per fighter doesn’t grant us any estimation of the reliability of this statistics. When one wishes to assess the reliability of the observation of a particular behavior (in that case “throwing and landing punches”), it calls for “inter-rater reliability” estimation. So basicly, it requires at least two trained observers to assess the same behavior. Then we could calculate the ratio of agreement between them. The statistics is called Cohen’s kappa, or Fleiss’ kappa. Given that number, viewers (us) could assess how reliable or not the compubox stats are. It wouldn’t be perfect, but it would be better.

    2. If we can’t trust compubox stats, what can we really trust to judge a fight objectively? -_-

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