Richard Commey vs Teofimo Lopez

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Richard Commey vs Teofimo Lopez
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2.8
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Date: 
Saturday, December 14, 2019
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12
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Fan Cards: Richard Commey vs Teofimo Lopez


scorecard by TIBARIS
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RICHARD COMMEY
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TEOFIMO LOPEZ
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scorecard by INTANGIBLESPRTS
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RICHARD COMMEY
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TEOFIMO LOPEZ
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scorecard by HUGO DE NARANJA
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RICHARD COMMEY
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TEOFIMO LOPEZ
10
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scorecard by ADAMJO260
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RICHARD COMMEY
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TEOFIMO LOPEZ
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scorecard by MIKE25
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RICHARD COMMEY
10
10
TEOFIMO LOPEZ
9
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scorecard by POWERPUNCHER999
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RICHARD COMMEY
10
10
TEOFIMO LOPEZ
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scorecard by PETIEROACH
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RICHARD COMMEY
9
9
TEOFIMO LOPEZ
10
10


scorecard by AJPENA
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RICHARD COMMEY
10
10
TEOFIMO LOPEZ
9
9


scorecard by NF82
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RICHARD COMMEY
10
10
TEOFIMO LOPEZ
9
9


scorecard by CHAMPION97
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RICHARD COMMEY
10
10
TEOFIMO LOPEZ
9
9


scorecard by GOOSU
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RICHARD COMMEY
10
10
TEOFIMO LOPEZ
9
9


scorecard by SANTOS
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RICHARD COMMEY
10
10
TEOFIMO LOPEZ
9
9


scorecard by MATTDIXON
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RICHARD COMMEY
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TEOFIMO LOPEZ
9
9


scorecard by CHRIS M95
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RICHARD COMMEY
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TEOFIMO LOPEZ
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scorecard by MINIMAXBOXING
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RICHARD COMMEY
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TEOFIMO LOPEZ
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9


scorecard by ALBERTOCASTANY
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RICHARD COMMEY
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TEOFIMO LOPEZ
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scorecard by MBUCK
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RICHARD COMMEY
10
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TEOFIMO LOPEZ
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scorecard by JAROD KILLIAN
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RICHARD COMMEY
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TEOFIMO LOPEZ
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scorecard by TYLERRCURTIS
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RICHARD COMMEY
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TEOFIMO LOPEZ
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scorecard by GOLD
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RICHARD COMMEY
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TEOFIMO LOPEZ
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scorecard by CASUALFAN
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RICHARD COMMEY
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TEOFIMO LOPEZ
9
9


scorecard by AJ KNIGHT
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RICHARD COMMEY
10
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TEOFIMO LOPEZ
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scorecard by SALTNUTZ1
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RICHARD COMMEY
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TEOFIMO LOPEZ
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10


Comments

This official?

Jarod Killian's picture

Yeah, I think I'm going to go with Commey on this one.

I'm going to pay a lot of attention to this fight, as it has potential for very good betting value. Lopez is hyped, I've been very impressed with him but not seen his most recent fight. By the sounds of that, he may not be quite what people think (yet). Lopez is already quite a big betting favourite so Commey will likely hold some value here.

I wonder....will we see another Broner vs El Chino? Seems to be some similarities.

Champion97's picture

Prediction,

Lopez is one of the most highly regarded prospects in boxing, if he lives up to the hype, he should be more than good enough to beat Commey. Commey is decent, he can fight on the inside, uses his feet, can punch, has good stamina, but he isn't technically great, can be caught on the counter, I don't think he has a granite chin, and I think Lopez has the potential to be a fair bit better than him.

People might give Commey more of a chance after Lopez vs Nakatani, but I think Lopez has a better chance of winning after that. I think Lopez needed a learning fight, he was hurt once, he did 12 rounds for the first time, having previously not been past 7, he was tested, but I thought it was a good performance from him, he gassed after 9 rounds, but he picked it back up in the last round, credit to him for that, 4-5 rounds into unfamiliar territory, and in a competitive fight.

I think Easter, Beltran, Luna, Shafikov are the best Commey has fought, Magdaleno, Tatli, Nakatani are the best Lopez has fought, Commey fought a past prime Beltran, but I think Tatli under performed against Lopez. I think Commey has fought the better opposition overall. Lopez was a 2016 Olympian, was in a few national tournaments, he definitely has the better amateur background, but Commey has had over twice as many fights, been 12 rounds, 4 times. I think Commey is the more experienced overall.

I think both hit very hard, Lopez doesn't have the full extent of his power at 22, but he hits hard already. I think both chins are questionable, I think this will be a fight which will go from being tentative to being a gunslinger, because both fighters can hurt each other easily if they land clean, it will take one mistake from one of them, one will land clean, and it will be a tear up.

I think Lopez's skills will be the difference in the early rounds, I think he will out box Commey, I think he is the better boxer on the outside, he will land on the counter as Commey attacks. I don't think Commey will struggle mentally with losing the early rounds, if he is forcing Lopez to work hard to win them, but setting a high pace is very important for Commey, the worst thing for him is if Lopez is able to control the pace in the early rounds, and can win the rounds comfortably. I don't think Lopez is experienced enough to control the pace against Commey, and Commey will be able to force the pace.

I think the first 6 rounds will take more out of Lopez than Commey, and in the second half, Commey will be able to make it more about professional experience, make it an inside fight, rough Lopez up, be relentless, and I think if he can keep Lopez where he wants him, and Lopez can't discourage him, then Commey will take over the fight.

I think Commey will win this fight, but now that Lopez has had a learning fight, been 12 rounds, I'm less confident in that prediction, I still think this is 1 fight too soon for Lopez, but I think win or lose, he will learn a lot from this fight. I think this will be a fight with 2 halves, will be very close, but I think Commey wins an MD.

Chris M95's picture

guys what happened to matchroom boxing? idk what happened, i dont see his name on the 60 day table no more, just disappeared

is that a blocking feature on the page or something else particular to him? even if he blocked me, cant I see his fight results but he cant see mine, aint that how it works on this page? I was trying to find old fights and this happened

SalTnutZ1's picture

Think he may have deactivated for some reasons. Messaged him on Twitter, but haven’t heard back yet.

Jarod Killian's picture

As far as I'm concerned, this match IS the main event Saturday. I mean what else are we going to have to look for after this match? Crawford tearing apart Kavaliauskas over 4-6 rounds? Yeah, no. With that said, I've gone back and forth on this one. At first I thought it would be Commey but now I've played it in my head and this is how I think it will go down. It will be a close fight. It will go the distance. Probably the majority will think Commey did enough to win, but the decision will go to Lopez. I say Lopez gets a Split Decision win.

MattDixon's picture

I'm saying commey by a late stoppage possibly round 11 or 12. Rough house techniques late on will rough him up and get him out of there. Even if commey loses I still think he has a better chance againest loma than lopez. Lopez would try to box loma which just simply doesnt work. Commey would try all his best to make it sluggish and an inside fight

I'm not necessarily disagreeing with you but worth remembering the best effort against Loma was from Pedraza, who tried to outbox Loma with a lot of movement, distance and a lot of jabs. Loma would take teofimo to school.

In my opinion the best chance for anyone against Loma is a tall fighter with a good and active jab. Luke Campbell showed the reach advantage meant Loma having to walk through some shots to get into distance. Having come such a long way since the Salido fight I think Loma would be happy to fight on the inside, as he doesn't need to close the distance and take those unnecessary shots.

Gold's picture

The best effort against Loma was Salido followed by Linares. Pedraza was too negative and only won a few rounds. A tall fighter with a good and active jab could beat Loma but the key is to push Loma back and work the body. He has had very favorable matchmaking in his career so we haven't seen that after the Salido fight.

Champion97's picture

I can't agree Salido's success wasn't mostly down to Lomachenko being 1-0, but in a fight that close, Salido's style being even a slight factor might have made the difference, and he certainly has a traditional professional style, Salido, so they might both have been significant factors. Pedraza exceeded expectations, boxed well, but I agree Linares did slightly better overall, and I think Lomachenko's shoulder was a problem in the Pedraza fight. It's hard to say which style is better to beat Lomachenko, because he is a complete boxer, but I think he can deal with a high level of boxing skill, including great fundamentals, better than rough house tactics, and a fight the amateurs don't prepare you for well, having said that, he is a lot more experienced as a professional now than when he fought Salido, and I think can deal with any style a lot better than when he fought Salido.

Gold, one thing you said a while back that I agree with is Morales having a style that would have been wrong for Lomachenko, because he had the solid skilset, very good fundamentals, could fight, and he had the high output.

MattDixon's picture

I completely agree, Loma would take Lopez to a 119-109 at a minimum in my opinion. Best possibly strategy for a loma fight is to jab your way in, push him back and work the body to slow him down a bit.

Champion97's picture

I think at this stage he might stop him, take him apart like he did against Walters, Lopez is likely to have talent on a higher level, but he certainly hasn't reached his full potential, and really, the fight has only been hyped up because like Crawford, Lomachenko doesn't have a lot of options at 135, with Top Rank, not saying it wouldn't still be talked about as a future fight, with the potential Lopez seems to have, but it wouldn't have been as hyped for the near future.

Alright, I'll eat my crow on this one.

Fantastic performance.

Jarod Killian's picture

HOLY SHIT!

Gold's picture

RIP Loma

SalTnutZ1's picture

Yeah, I'm betting Teo in that one for sure.

Gold's picture

Loma is getting smoked

Gold's picture

Loma is a VERY small Lightweight...basically a Minimumweight. Teofimo is a big Lightweight, basically a Welterweight. Loma will be rolled

Champion97's picture

I wouldn't know you are joking if you didn't say Lomachenko was 105. Jokes aside, Lopez proved a lot of people wrong, and he has to be given credit as more of a threat to Lomachencko now, but beating Lomachenko still seems like a very big ask.

Teofimo is real champ!

What a statement. Commey absolutely wiped out in double quick time. Lopez has shown he's definitely now a credible threat to Loma. Lopez and Arum have been hyping that fight for a while now but the public interest will really want it after that.

I still think Loma wins but he had to take some serious shots from Campbell, knocked down by Linares. Lopez has a shot for sure. He carries raw power, there's no doubt about it.

Champion97's picture

Lopez hurt Commey bad with the right hand, and Commey never recovered, no survival skills, it was disappointing from him. Lopez was impressive in this fight, but Commey didn't test him like he should have done given the level he is at, this fight reminded me of Quigg vs Martinez. I think this fight proves that Lopez, in terms of power, explosiveness, is every bit as good as he has been hyped up to be, maybe even better, but I think people who say Lomachenko vs Lopez is a 50/50 fight are getting carried away, and I'm still confident Lomachenko beats him very comfortably, having said that, Lopez has good momentum, it's a unification fight, and I hope we see the fight next, it's the best option for both fighters at this stage.

I think people are getting ahead of themselves saying that Lopez is going to beat Lomachenko.

I'm not taking anything away from Lopez knocking out Richard Commey. He saw an opening from an opponent who way overcommitted to a punch, and he took it. That being said styles make fights, and Lomachenko and Commey, are about as far from one another as it gets where style is concerned. Richard Commey is a guy who's going for the knockout, he's coming forward and he's staying right in front of you and keeping you right in front of him. Head movement is not exactly Richard Commey's thing, and it cost him big last night.

Lomachenko on the other hand is not known for staying in one place for any notable amount of time. His head movement is slick, and his foot work is next level. The only people who have been able to trouble him considerably have been Linares, (which could be attributed to a shoulder injury from Loma), Pedraza and Campbell.

In the case of Pedraza and Campbell, they used their reach and let Lomachenko come to them. He still beat them, but they were able to land some good shots before he did so. The shots that seem to reach him are the short precise efficient shots.

The problem is that Lopez is not the kind of fighter that I can see waiting for Lomachenko to come to him, but honestly he shouldn't be, because that's not the way he's wired as a fighter. He needs to cut off the ring, and try to cut off Lomachenko's escape routes, but that is easier said than done, given Lomachenko's seemingly perfect foot work.

I think Lomachenko just poses too many questions that Lopez hasn't had to answer yet, with Angles, head movement and footwork the likes of which he has never seen before.

I do think it'll be closer than I previously did, but I still have Lomachenko winning.