2015 BOXING fight – Joshua Clottey vs Gabriel Rosado – full fight Video

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3 Star RatingReview by AllTheBestFights.com: 2015-12-19, good fight between Joshua Clottey and Gabriel Rosado: it gets three stars.

The former IBF Ww champion Joshua Clottey entered this fight with a professional boxing record of 39-4-0 (22 knockouts) and he is ranked as the No.24 super welterweight in the world. He suffered two consecutive losses between 2009 and 2010, against Miguel Cotto and Manny Pacquiao, but since then he has won four bouts beating Anthony Mundine (=Mundine vs Clottey) and Jorge Silva in his last two fights.
His opponent, Gabriel Rosado, has an official record of 21-9-0 (13 knockouts) but he is not ranked as he hasn’t fought since December 6, 2014 when he was defeated by David Lemieux (=Lemieux vs Rosado); before this fight he had also lost to Jermell Charlo (=Charlo vs Rosado) and Peter Quillin (=Quillin vs Rosado). Clottey vs Rosado is on the undercard of Bryant Jennings vs Luis Ortiz. Watch the video and rate this fight!

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Date: 2015-12-19

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

Division: middleweight (160 lbs, 72.6 kg)

Result: Click here to show the fight’s result
Gabriel Rosado def. Joshua Clottey (unanimous decision, 97-93, 97-93, 96-94)

 

Rosado’s previous fight: David Lemieux vs Gabriel Rosado

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15 thoughts on “2015 BOXING fight – Joshua Clottey vs Gabriel Rosado – full fight Video”

  1. I gave the first 3 rounds to Clottey, then nice comeback in the 4th for Rosado after Vargas almost KOd him in the corner! Clottey looks to take every opportunity of faking at every foul, look in the first round after the rabbit punches, throwing himself to the canvas in the 2nd after a head clash and faking again at the end of round 5. (I’m making my comment between rounds)

    LOL at the beginning of round 6 when Vargas is screaming during his interview. Rounds 4 through 8 go to Rosado to me. Clottey looks tired at the end of the eighth! Rosado coming in like a bull in the 9th! I like the fact he totally ignored a low blow from Clottey lol. Going into the 10th Clottey needs a KO on my card. And Roasado wins the 10th. Great fight! 97-93 Rosado, I’ll be quite angry if the decision doesn’t go his way.

    YEAH! Nice win, it puts Rosado back on the map :) Thanks ATBF for posting the undercard which we couldn’t see on TV :)

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      • I think it was a great fight, I’m surprised nobody comments on it. Glad I made you laugh, I’m a Rosado fan lol. I don’t care about records as long as they come to fight, and Rosado sure is a fighter :D

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  2. Clottey did the cleaner work throughout. Rosado is just a pressure fighter with less skills. Clottey was setting traps for him and deflected most of his shots. Rosado won more of the latter rounds but I would not say all of them.

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  3. Just wanted to wish you all at ATBF a very merry christmas! Also to all the boxing fans, especially to Mattsnow, my mainest boxing man!, Tango, the most prolific commenter!, Arjay, the funniest analyst! It’s been a great year for boxing and I can’t wait to read your reviews, so I’m asking you all:
    – Fighter of the year?
    – Fight of the year?
    – Round of the year?
    – Upset of the year?
    – Breakthrough of the year?

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    • Olivier, Merry Christmas to you too and my full recognition to the “Connoisseur” because you know about boxing. Answer to your questions will came later since I have to refresh my memory which is decaying :-)
      Merry Christmas also for all the good friends participating in this forum. Also for the host who still has to evaluate again the fight between Locche and Fuji. I’m really looking at.

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    • Merry Chrismas Olivier!

      – Fighter of the year: GGG
      – Fight of the year: Edwin Rodriguez vs Seals
      – Round of the year: No idea, sorry
      – Upset of the year: Fury vs Klitschko
      – Breakthrough of the year: Chris Eubanks jr.

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      • Apart from fighting only twice in the year, defending his title against Sakio Bika and little-known Tommy Karpency, my Disappointment of the Year Adonis Stevenson posts questionable pics and videos of himself on Facebook, here’s one of them:

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      • Here are my picks!

        Fighter of the year: Gennady Golovkin.
        Just like Mattsnow, I think 2015 was GGG’s year, and maybe 2016 will still be his. He’s the man everyone in boxing is talking about. Exciting, powerful and a true gentleman outside the ring. He unified three major titles in a highly competitive division. Hats off!

        Fight of the year: Miura-Vargas.
        This was a tough choice to make. I chose this one mainly because I thought it was quite underrated by most boxing fans. All rounds were packed with intense action that got me on the edge of my seat until the end. Honorable mentions to Kovalev-Pascal (my local favorite fight of the year) and Joshua-Whyte.

        Round of the year: Alvarez-Kirkland – Round 1.
        Kirkland went all out in the first minute of this fight, he landed some pretty good powershots there, but when the storm calmed down a bit, Alvarez came back at him with terrible shots and eventually knocked him down. After that, there was nothing Kirkland could do.

        Upset of the year: Klitschko-Fury.
        I agree with you Mattsnow that Imam-Granados was quite an upset. But for boxing in general, in my opinion, Klitschko-Fury is not only a huge upset, but also a new landmark. The fight itself was incredibly boring, but the outcome changes everything.

        Breakthrough of the year: Daniel Jacobs.
        The Miracle Man stunned me with surprise this year. After becoming WBA world champion by the end of 2014 against an average fighter (Nunez), he defended his title three times in 2015 in spectacular fashion (all KOs!) against Truax, Mora and finally Quillin. We all knew he was fast and powerful, but I never expected he would be THAT great!

        KO of the year: Dennis-Cojanu.
        This was the HW semifinal of the Boxcino tournament. A huge counterpunch delivered by Dennis closed the show! I agree Dominguez-Vicente was awesome, so was Joshua-Whyte, and so many others!

        Disappointment of the year: Mayweather-Pacquiao.
        Too little too late for these two veterans. The so called “fight of the century” clearly didn’t live up to all the expectations (except for the money it generated).

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  4. Good fight and a very close one. The judges cards were fair in this fight. The first part of the fight I saw a very slow Rosado throwing punches with very low pop and doing a fight too close to his rival for his benefit since Joshua was doing better than him at that distance.. Being the taller boxer he did a good adjustment on the second part and out boxed Joshua from the proper distance with a successful result.

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    • I had this fight 97-94 for Rosado. He started slow (and predictable) indeed, but he kept the same speed throughout the whole fight. On the contrary, Clottey, who was fast and well hidden behind his tight guard in the first half of the fight, really slowed down after the 5th, especially in the 6th after he got hit by Rosado’s right hook early in the round. At the beginning of the fight, Clottey was touching Rosado with the left hook as a counterpunch very often. In that regard, Rosado should use more feints. You’re right about that fact he was the taller and bigger man and he should have kept his distance. But on the other hand… all the wrestling he did in the first half of the fight really paid off since it got Clottey very exhausted later on.
      I don’t know what took so long for the referee to finally give Clottey a clear warning for low blow. This was at least his fifth of the fight.
      Anyway… it was a good fight, but in my opinion not so exciting. Clottey is not as fast as he once was and I don’t know what to say about Rosado…. I mean… he played his cards too early in pro boxing, he has been beaten by some of the most powerful slugger in the sport, I don’t know what’s left in him at only 29.

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      • I don’t think is any good future for Rosado. In my opinion he is wear out and could became a punching bag of relevance for the future generation of newcomer boxers.

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  5. Whether you agree or not with Dabs, I read nothing in his comment about his so-called “people”. His appreciation of the fight was expressed only in boxing terms; not in terms of skin color, nationality, or else. And even IF he had any biase toward a color or a nationality, he didn’t bring that up. You’re the one who did that.

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  6. man rosado is really bad…. he was so much bigger than clottey yet struggled with him.. i also had clottey winning. if clottey was the same size as rosado he would’ve easily beat rosado. clottey should stay at 154 and become a world champion there.

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