Patrick Teixeira vs Brain Carlos Castano Scorecard by Addi_Bomaye


scorecard by ADDI_BOMAYE
Round
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PATRICK TEIXEIRA
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8
107
BRIAN CASTANO
10
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10
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10
10
120

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Patrick Teixeira

Brian Castano



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R1- Despite Teixeira utilizing his nine inch reach advantage from the outside, Castaño is plowing through with his high guard and ripping hooks to his chest and sides.

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R2- This is probably the best round of the fight for Teixeira, who gets in a few left hands and right hooks, but Castaño is beating him to the punch, getting out of the way of plenty more shots in comparison, and landing the left hook repeatedly.

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R3- Teixeira is doubling over a lot, but not too many shots are going over his head. I believe this is a ploy to avoid the body shots of Castaño or it is to reveal the effect they are having. The uppercuts to the head and body are landing for Castaño at will, as he is not giving the champ any space to breathe. A right hook at end is Teixeira’s best punch in the fight, but he did far too little.

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R4- Not only is Castaño staying up in Teixeira’s grill, he is pushing him into the ropes so he can’t escape, as he picks off hooks to various angles of Teixeira’s body and head. We see the champ try to catch and shoot several shots, but Castaño is precisely catching most shots that come his way and landing counters of his own. Excellent stuff by Castaño.

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R5- Two left uppercuts land flush for Teixeira, but his successful moments like this are too far in between. Castaño continues to walk him down, slipping the jab and landing both hooks and short overhands at will. Whenever Teixeira gets some space, Castaño follows him out with a left hook.

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R6- Castaño is completely dominating the exchanges, out throwing and out landing Teixeira with ease. A lot of these power shots of Castaño are landing straight on the button, but Teixeira is standing up to them well.

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R7- Castaño switches to southpaw at the start and end of the round, landing the right hook with ease and still showing nigh-unpenetrable defense from that stance. This is really becoming target practice for Castaño, who is having a hard time missing to the head and is really whacking to the body.

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R8- A big flurry, particularly to the body opens things up for Castaño, and hardly any of it seems to miss. With Teixeira standing in front of Castaño and keeping his head down, Castaño is able to blast him repeatedly with short overhands and left hooks. The few moments that Teixeira has success, he gets hit with two to three shots for every one of his, and that has pretty much been the story of the whole fight. As one could expect, Castaño is still landing heavy to the body.

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R9- Now Castaño is boxing off the backfoot, but he is still walking Teixeira into thudding counter hooks from both hands repeatedly due to Castaño’s rapid switching.

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R10- Castaño goes back to pressuring Teixeira, but he is still countering him for basically the whole round. An overhand right buckles Teixeira, who recovers quick, only to take a combination to the head and body right after. Good round for the challenger.

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R11- The high guard of Castaño has been granting him sturdy protection all night, and allows him to plow Teixeira down remaining unscathed. A big overhand right lands for Castaño, but Teixeira takes it well. Unfortunately for him, he still gets lit up at all angles in the round, yet again.

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R12- They continue to trade on the inside. While Teixeira has some success, Castano turns the tide in the second half and starts to push him back. The body work has been setting up head shots for Castaño all night, and this remains the case when he stuns Teixeira with a left uppercut and left hook. Teixeira is hurt badly, so he goes on survival mode and even turns his back repeatedly. Castaño is unable to put him down, but he is able to land numerous hooks and overhands on the head of his retreating prey. Despite landing several shots of his own this round, Teixeira took enough damage and displayed such bad body language that I consider it a 10-8 round. Picture perfect performance by Castaño, and the best of his career to date. Even if Teixeira would wind up being a flash in the pan, the fact he won basically every second against a fighter who had just beat someone as good as Carlos Adames in any type of fashion is very impressive. From the perspectives of pressure fighting and counterpunching, Castaño looked incredible. One has to credit Teixeira for standing up to all of this punishment, but it’d certainly take something out of him, as he has yet to win a fight after this. This performance made me have some doubts about Charlo beating him. Even if he would fail both attempts at going undisputed, at least Castaño would give us two tremendous battles.