High Stakes: Floyd Mayweather Jr. vs. Andre Berto Scorecard by Addi_Bomaye


scorecard by ADDI_BOMAYE
Round
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FLOYD MAYWEATHER JR.
10
10
10
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10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
120
ANDRE BERTO
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
108

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Floyd Mayweather Jr.

Andre Berto



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R1- The jab of Mayweather is landing to the head and body from the get go and he is also landing lead left hooks and right hands with ease, as Berto does not do much but remain stationary in front of his opponent.

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R2- Berto applies pressure throughout, but is hardly throwing and not landing at all. On top of this, Berto is consistently walking into the jab of Mayweather. A couple of overhand rights land late for Mayweather, who does a little dance after the bell.

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R3- The pull counter is landing for Mayweather from the jump and he is also balancing things out with the jab to the body. Berto is throwing everything with conviction, but is still unable to land clean.

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R4- Berto tries to flurry with Mayweather on the ropes early, but Mayweather is getting under his shots with ease and responding with short body shots. A looping right buckles Berto, who holds immediately after.

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R5- A right uppercut lands early for Berto, which is virtually the first clean shot that he got in all night. From there, Mayweather is able to outscore him with counter right hands and short hooks to the body when up close. Berto responds to Mayweather’s body work with a low blow at one point, but he is unable to accomplish anything real when on the inside. Probably the best round in the fight for Berto, but I cannot see a case for him winning it.

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R6- Mayweather walks Berto into some counter hooks to the head, then proceeds to use his jab, feints, and Berto’s own aggression to land big shots to the body. Berto keeps coming, but this only plays into Mayweather’s hands. Strong round for the champion.

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R7- More of the same occurs here, as Mayweather lands jabs and rights from the outside, but lands hooks to the body and uppercuts when on the inside. Berto gets in a left hook towards the end, just for Mayweather to get him on the ropes with his own left hook before following up with a 1-2, successfully winning the exchange. The two trade words after the bell.

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R8- Very obscure that Steve Farhood awarded Berto the previous round. The first half of the round consists of Berto walking into one’s, two’s, check hooks and uppercuts. During a clinch, Mayweather gets in some words to somebody outside of the ring before exiting the clinch with a speedy combination. Mayweather proceeds to spend the remainder of the round circling with his hands down, taunting Berto.

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R9- Mayweather continues to heavily outland Berto on the inside with the far superior accuracy in his body work. The uppercut is landing at will throughout for Mayweather, who walks Berto into some big shots when getting extra aggressive late.

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R10- Berto gets frustrated in a clinch, which prompts the two fighters to get into a long war of words. While I personally wonder what the two were saying, this sequence definitely pisses Kenny Bayless off. As far as action goes, Mayweather spends the round moving laterally and walking Berto into jabs and left hooks, while getting under his shots with ease.

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R11- Funny hearing Virgil Hunter lie to Berto in between rounds, citing that the fight is close. Mayweather is walking Berto into the left hook at will and hardly taking anything in return. Mayweather looks both directions behind him after making Berto miss at one point, hyping the crowd up before doing so even further with various gestures, imcluding the Ali-shuffle. Real entertaining stuff from Money May.

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R12- The combination of missing a lot of big shots and taking a lot of punishment to the body seemed have taken a toll on Berto, who is looking winded. Despite this, Mayweather cruises for the first two minutes of the round. In the final minute, Mayweather hurts Berto with a pair of right uppercuts. Berto tries to slug it out briefly to no avail and resorts to clinching. Mayweather begins to land lead rights at will and a smooth, lead left uppercut. In the closing seconds, Mayweather raises his arms in defiance and gets on his knees after the bell. Another easy shutout win for Floyd Mayweather Jr. against another former champion. Berto showed heart and lots of determination, but his gameplan was far too little. Ultimately, Berto was hardly able to touch Mayweather and was dead to counters from both hands. Shockingly enough, Adelaide Byrd was the only judge with a good scorecard, as I struggle to understand why two judges gave away sympathy rounds to Berto. Since taking this, the most lopsided loss of his career, Andre Berto has received hardly any glory in his career and I expect him to lose again to Robert Guerrero tonight. As for Mayweather, coming back to go 50-0 against Conor McGregor of all people is very stupid, but this win allowed Mayweather to go 26-0 in world title fights, with Andre Berto being the 22nd world champion that he beat. Great post fight speech from Mayweather at the end.