2015 BOXING fight – Lamont Peterson vs Felix Diaz – full fight Video

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3 Star RatingReview by AllTheBestFights.com: 2015-10-17, great performance by both boxers: Lamont Peterson vs Felix Diaz is close to get four stars!

The former Wba and Ibf light-Ww champion Lamont Peterson entered this fight with a pro boxing record of 33-3-1 (17 knockouts) and he is ranked as the No.8 welterweight in the world (currently the #1 in this division is Manny Pacquiao) but he comes off the loss against Danny Garcia (=Garcia vs Peterson).
His opponent, the 2008 Olympic light-Ww gold medalist Felix Diaz, has a perfect record of 17-0-0 (8 knockouts) and he entered as the No.47 in the same weight class; he has fought once in 2015 beating Gabriel Bracero. Peterson vs Diaz is the main event of the evening. Watch the video and rate this fight!


Date: 2015-10-17

Where: EagleBank Arena, Fairfax, Virginia, USA

Division: welterweight (147 lbs, 66.7 kg)

Result: Click here to show the fight’s result
Lamont Peterson def. Felix Diaz (majority decision, 114-114, 116-112, 117-111)


Peterson’s previous fight: Danny Garcia vs Lamont Peterson

Diaz’s next fight: Sammy Vasquez vs Felix Diaz

Peterson’s next fight: David Avanesyan vs Lamont Peterson


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13 comments on “2015 BOXING fight – Lamont Peterson vs Felix Diaz – full fight Video”

  1. Very good technical fight with high intensity! Excellent match-up between two very talented WW. Amazing 9th round! Most rounds were very close and so, hard to score. Here’s my scorecard:

    P: 9–10–10–9–9–10–9–10–9–9–10–9 | 113
    D:10–9—-9-10-10–9–10–9–10-10–9-10 | 115

    To me, 117-111 is totally foul ball. But anyway, Diaz really made a name for himself with this fight and will surely get a shot in a title bout soon enough.

    • I didn’t score this fight, but for me it was a draw. I didn’t know Diaz before and he is a really strong and interesting boxer, i hope he will have a new chance or a rematch

    • Olivier, the only difference between my scorecard and yours is RND 1. I watched that round again, changed my mind on the second viewing, and gave it to Peterson for landing the bigger blows. But just barely.

      Impressive speed and footwork by Diaz, especially off the ropes. Within a few rounds, he had Peterson’s timing really screwed up — Lamont began to like one of Mayweather’s victims, uncertain and hesitant.

      • I have to admit I only watched the fight once, but still we all have similar scorecards in the end. I like your analysis of Diaz. It’s true that he works very well from anywhere in the ring and he can throw counter attacks and create angles even with the back against the ropes. He’s very creative. I thought he was like a better version of Gamboa.

  2. WTF is up with the beard.

    And who is Diaz promoter…

    Sh*tty ref.
    And Peterson using the PEDs again?

  3. Annoying result, Diaz was robbed by two blind judges, shame to both of them with should be evicted right away from such position. I have Diaz winning for 115-113.
    This is the kind of results that bother me a lot.
    Diaz is a very talented boxer, with quick reaction, and excellent moves in the ring.
    Lamont should be thinking in retirement.

  4. The first necessary thing required for a commentator is that they have two eyes and not be as one eyed as these were. A referee and the judges require licences so should commentators. Having said this I believe Peterson won. A lot of the flashy work by Diaz only hit the arms and gloves of Peterson and thus were not scoring shots. But it did not prevent the commentators from getting excited about great shots they were. Volume of punches does not always mean scoring punches and too many people go for the action rather than actual scoring shots. Well done judges.

    • IF he won should be for no more than 1 point on each of those two blind other judges cards. But this not the case since one of the judges see the fight as a draw. Unfortunately, this kind of results are talking very bad about this sport and how a local guy is benefited.
      So please don’t be blind or partial too.
      On the other hand, and going back to your comments, some judges has just license “TO KILL” like JB

  5. Good, close fight. I like Peterson, but unlike the generous hometown judges I had it a draw. Diaz is someone to watch.


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