2015 BOXING fight – Lenny Daws vs Ruben Nieto – full fight Video

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3 Star RatingReview by AllTheBestFights.com: 2015-12-05, exciting fight thanks to an amazing performance by both boxers: Lenny Daws vs Ruben Nieto is very close to get four stars!

Lenny Daws entered this fight with a pro record of 30-3-2 (11 knockouts) and he is ranked as the No.36 super lightweight in the world while his opponent, Ruben Nieto, has an official boxing record of 16-1-0 (8 knockouts) and he entered as the No.52 in the same weight class. Both boxers suffered their last loss against Michele Di Rocco: Daws was defeated in 2013 and since then he has won five consecutive fights while Nieto lost to the Italian boxer last year and he came back to win in 2015 beating Zoltan Horvath. Daws vs Nieto is valid for the vacant EBU (European) super lightweight title. Watch the video and rate this fight!


Date: 2015-12-05

Where: Westcroft Leisure Centre, Carshalton, UK

Division: light welterweight (140 lbs, 63.5 kg)

Title: vacant EBU (European) super lightweight title

Result: Click here to show the fight’s result
Ruben Nieto def. Lenny Daws (disqualification, round 10)


Daws’ next fight: Lenny Daws vs Anthony Yigit


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5 comments on “2015 BOXING fight – Lenny Daws vs Ruben Nieto – full fight Video”

  1. A relatively small but incredibly ruckus crowd, I love that :) Brutal left hand from Nieto puts Daws on his bum in the third! I’m scoring from here, I started the fight again to be sure lol.

    As of the 4th round, Daws is clinching and looks drained. I’m writing between the rounds. What BS call by the commentator to give the 5th to Daws lmao. He has only one round so far on my card.

    Ouh! Action-packed 6th goes to Daws based on late rally on my card. What a confusing 7th round, why was the ref counting after the low blow? Obscure EBU rule? Anyway. Next rounds were very close, Daws better do something big to win the fight going into the tenth.

    And the big juicy clash of heads. An accident can happen, but the referee CONSTANTLY warned Daws about his head. I think this DQ is appropriate, I don’t know the rules of the EBU, but going to the scorecards would have given the same result as I had it 96-94 for the Spaniard. I read an article saying Daws was ahead on all 3 scorecards at the time of the DQ bleurrrgh. Thank God for the DQ ruling.

  2. Matt your analysis is pretty good and totally coincide with your opinion.
    i liked the fight Thank you for the recommendation

  3. Fight plenty of action and a bit confusing. It looks to me a sort of street fight with no much techniques involved. However, I like the Spaniard because he was very aggressive and didn’t waste time at all connecting as many punches as possible but with low accuracy. Sometimes was fighting with his hands low but when the referee discounted him a point it wasn’t a low blow at that time. Therefore, I was under the impression the referee was benefiting Daws, I shall recognize I was totally wrong. Regarding Daws, as deontay said below, was a dirty boxer, holding as much as he can and trying to connect while holding Nieto. However, the referee was to harsh on him adopting the DQ after the head collision that doesn’t look it was fully intentional but anyhow done with bad will as all his holding. However, I’m happy too that he was DQ because as per Matt info he was winning the fight in accordance with the judges cards which in my opinion too was totally unfair for nieto since he really put the fight and heart in this match.

    • Agreed. Daws’ promoter talks a lot of garbage after the fight, as you can see at the end of the video. A rematch would be cool :)


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