Nick Webb vs David Allen

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Nick Webb vs David Allen
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Average: 3.3 (3 votes)

Date: 
Saturday, July 28, 2018
Location: 
O2 Arena, Greenwich, London, England, UK
Rounds Scheduled: 
10
Contracted Weight: 
Unlimited
Titles at Stake: 
Eliminator for the BBBofC Heavyweight British Title
Referee: 
Bob Williams

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Fan Cards: Nick Webb vs David Allen


scorecard by STINGEV98
Round
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11
12
Total
NICK WEBB
10
10
10
30
DAVID ALLEN
9
9
9
27


scorecard by THEICEMANJDOG
Round
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2
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12
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NICK WEBB
10
10
10
30
DAVID ALLEN
9
9
9
27


scorecard by CHAMPION97
Round
1
2
3
4
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9
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12
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NICK WEBB
10
10
10
30
DAVID ALLEN
9
9
9
27


scorecard by SALTNUTZ1
Round
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2
3
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12
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NICK WEBB
10
10
10
30
DAVID ALLEN
9
9
9
27


scorecard by MARTIN EDEN
Round
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2
3
4
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12
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NICK WEBB
10
10
10
30
DAVID ALLEN
9
9
9
27


scorecard by BOXING KNOWLEDGE
Round
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Total
NICK WEBB
10
10
10
30
DAVID ALLEN
9
9
9
27


scorecard by MATCHROOM
Round
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
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9
10
11
12
Total
NICK WEBB
10
10
10
30
DAVID ALLEN
9
9
9
27


Comments

Champion97's picture

Prediction,

Good fight.
Webb is good, another unbeaten heavyweight, he hasn't been consistent, but when he fights, when we've seen him on form, he is a good fighter. Webb is the unbeaten prospect, so this for him is just a test, it is a step up, but Allen is the one with the opportunity.
I wonder if Allen has become a stepping stone, we know how good he is, but he is a test for unbeaten fighters like Yoka and Webb.

Webb is 12-0, but he hasn't fought anyone really, low level opponents, never more than a 6 round fight, mostly opponents with losing records, and no opponents with good records. Webb is not occupied at the low level he has been fighting at, and he needs a step up like this, a test, he's 30, so he can't waste any more time. Webb has 10KOs, his first 5 fights all ended inside one round, but he has been 6 rounds and won a 60-54 referee's decision, and that was in the fight before his last, so he has been 6 rounds.

This would be by far Webb's best win so far, he is untested, but if he is a good fighter, I think he should win this no problem, if he is as good the other British heavyweights, he should win this fight and not struggle. I think Webb beats Allen, I think UD, but if he stops him, that's a good statement, Yoka stopped Allen in the last round, let's see if Webb can match that or even stpp him earlier.

Allen is never going to be a world champion, he probably won't ever fight for a world title, but he is a popular fighter, and a good British level fighter, but more to the point, if he is a stepping stone, keeps getting these opportunities, he can't be doing too bad on the financial front, and in terms of having opportunities which motivate him to be at his best, it is good for him to get these fights, he can only lose, and if he wins, great, but he can definitely push fighters at this stage of their careers, make them have to work to beat him.

Matchroom's picture

WOW!! Good for Allen.

martin eden's picture

I fucking cried when Allen won!! Go Dave, go!!!

Champion97's picture

People like Allen, I think he's annoying to be honest, but still, respect for getting through the gambling stuff, might be the hardest addiction to break, and I'm happy for him getting this win.

SalTnutZ1's picture

I like him, and root for him, as someone who has been through and overcome similar demons and has had numerous family go through the same. I always will pull for a guy who, hopefully, is working to improve his life!

Champion97's picture

I don't truly dislike Allen. I get that, respect that, but in boxing, that's most fighters, not just those who are outspoken and have the confidence to share their story. Fighters who I know are improving their life in boxing, Davis (grew up surrounded by drugs), Whyte (shot, stabbed), Yarde (nearly lead astray, into gangs, bad, bad gangs), so most fighters are improving their lives, turning their lives around, providing for their families, and anyone who takes up a career like boxing understands how hard life can be, has probably not had an easy life, have probably battled demons, have suffered with their families.

It is a good thing that you get behind Allen, I respect that very much.
Some more inspirational fighters.
Emmanuel Rodriguez, was in a car accidentm suffered burns to the majority of his body, nwo a world champion.
Wilder was inspired by his daughter who was born with spinal issues, that desire, fighting spirit you see in the ring, he is driven, inspired by his daughter.
Jeff Horn, came from being a bullying victim, now I know what bullying victims go through, I've been there, well Horn came through it, beat a legend, became a world champion, could those bullies do 1 round with a 60 year old Pacquiao? I doubt it.

Champion97's picture

Well, sometimes in boxing, this happens, an unbeaten fighter can have the perfect record, but when they are untested, they can step up, and found out as a fighter who is not that good, not a fighter who belongs at the higher level, and that is what happened, he did well for a certain amount of time, Webb, looked solid for a few rounds, but as the fight got going, a slow starter in Allen started to settle down, use his experience, and when he focused, when he could target Webb when Webb was taking his foot off the gas, he countered with solid shots, he hurt him in round 4, Webb failed the chin test at that point, and although it looked like Webb wasn't really in trouble, Allen took his opportunity when Webb was really tiring, and took him clean out with that right hand.

Shame for Webb, it was a fight he was winning, so he might put it down to experience and come back, not give up on being British champion, but he might retire, or he might continue, and compete at Area level. This is an example of not getting carried away in boxing, and why a fighter has to prove themself against decent opposition before they can be called a good fighter.

Good for Allen, good win, I didn't expect that, he didn't look in great shape to me, he looked casual, he even looked a bit like a sparring partner in the first round, but obviously, that wasn't the case, he was patient, let Webb work at a pace, tire, used his experience, and when the opening was there, he gave Webb a punch resistance test, got a good win, scored a KO. Allen shouldn't retire in my opinion, he should train harder than he has ever trained before, go for that British title, and if he does, I think he is more tha capable of being a British champion, defending, and being very successful at British level.