2015 BOXING fight – Bryant Jennings vs Luis Ortiz – full fight Video WBA

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3 Star RatingReview by AllTheBestFights.com: 2015-12-19, tough fight with a good finish: Bryant Jennings vs Luis Ortiz gets three stars.

Bryant Jennings entered this fight with a professional record of 19-1-0 (10 knockouts) and he is ranked as the No.11 heavyweight in the world but he comes off the loss against Wladimir Klitschko (=Klitschko vs Jennings).
His opponent, the undefeated Luis Ortiz, has a perfect boxing record of 23-0-0 (20 KOs=87%) and he entered as the No.20 in the same weight class. He has fought twice in 2015 beating Byron Polley (=Ortiz vs Polley) and Matias Ariel Vidondo (=Ortiz vs Vidondo). Jennings vs Ortiz is valid for the interim WBA World heavyweight title. Watch the video and rate this fight!

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Date: 2015-12-19

Where: Turning Stone Resort & Casino, New York, USA

Division: heavyweight (over 200 lbs, 90.7 kg)

Title: interim WBA World heavyweight title

Result: Click here to show the fight’s result
Luis Ortiz def. Bryant Jennings (TKO at 2:41, round 7)

 

Jennings’ previous fight: Wladimir Klitschko vs Bryant Jennings

Ortiz’s previous fight: Luis Ortiz vs Matias Ariel Vidondo

Ortiz’s next fight: Luis Ortiz vs Tony Thompson

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15 thoughts on “2015 BOXING fight – Bryant Jennings vs Luis Ortiz – full fight Video WBA”

  1. Very good heavyweight fight, it had some back and forth to it. Kudos to both fighters, the future of the heavyweight division looks entertaining. I’m sure Joshua won’t take on Ortiz JUST NOW though.

    1. joshua and joseph parker are the most entertaining heavyweight boxers for me at the moment….at the second place Ortiz and Povetkin (because they are “complete” boxers), Fury (because is funny to hear him before the fights), and Wilder (for his ko ratio but i don’t like his personality)

      1. Fully agree with you. However, i believe Joshua may be the best candidate to obtain the title when time come and hold it for longer. I like very much Parker but he is too short for nowadays opponents.

        1. I think so too, Tango. Let’s see how much progress he makes in 2016. We know he has atom bomb punching, and the Whyte fight showed he will need a bit of a bomb shelter for defense, too.

    2. Matt please don’t forget that for each boxer it is always an Andrew Golota available to take care of :-)

  2. Muy bbuena victoria de Ortiz,demostrando que sera el rival a vencer!Lo supero en todos los aspectos a Jennigns.Saludos

  3. I don’t understand how all these “HBO experts” cannot see what the referee might have been warning Ortiz about?… ‘Cause to me, it was quite clear.. and I was kind of happy when in the 3rd, the referee warned Ortiz for PUSHING. Everytime Jennings was able to get on the inside and to rough Ortiz, the latter, so much bigger and stronger, would simply push Jennings away. And he kept doing it on and on. In a way, Jennings exposed Ortiz who didn’t seem comfortable when fighting at a close range. But still, even though he looks like a nice caring father outside the ring, inside the ring Ortiz truly is the “real king kong”. Mean. Tough. Brutal. Jennings hit him with a few good shots, but Ortiz was never hurt.

  4. Luiz Ortiz will be a serious threat. He can hit, he can box and has a great amateur pedigree to pull from. This was no fluke, he will beat Jennings an any day.

  5. Very entertaining fight, at some point a thought Ortiz was damaged from Jenning’s body blows, now it seems he had a flu. I truly belive Ortiz is a serious contender for any belt in the 200 lb. The future for the heavyweight division looks brighter these days.

  6. Very good fight from both boxers but experience and power prevailed. Ortiz is quite slow when compared with Jennings but it has the punching power that unfortunately totally lacks in Jennings. On the other hand, even though, that Jennings put Ortiz under a lot of pressure in rounds 2 and 4 he was able to pass such a test with minor problems due to his considerable and pretty good experience as professional and amateur boxer. This was noticeable when was forced by the referee to restrain the hard pushing he was doing to keep Jennings at the proper distance. So he changed his fighting plan and started moving around but connecting at the same time few but precises punches which allowed him taking the lead and finishing the fight which in fact was properly stopped by the referee. Jennings’ way to fight at close range was really causing problems to Ortiz.
    Jennings has done a very good campaign till now. However I don’t think he has too much future within this category due to the sort of tough competition that has lately developed in it.

    1. He didn’t change his plan. he implemented a bit more footwork and level change in his combinations, but he kept pushing him the whole fight. Don’t know if it would’ve really had any effect on the outcome, but he should’ve had a point deducted for pushing. Ortiz used a lot of dirty tactics you would expect from a vet, (hooking the neck with the jab hand, push-offs, and pulling down with both arms on the neck when his back’s against the ropes) but they’re expected. Either way, it was a good heavyweight scrap. Ortiz is good for the division and Jennings can bounce back.

  7. Good showing.
    BUT style makes fights. Ortiz will be hard press with his style against taller men. Wonder if he will get a chance at a belt next year.
    Deserves it after this win

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