Jarrett Hurd vs Tony Harrison Scorecard by Addi_Bomaye


scorecard by ADDI_BOMAYE
Round
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2
3
4
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Total
JARRETT HURD
9
9
9
10
10
9
10
10
76
TONY HARRISON
10
10
10
9
9
10
9
9
76

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R1- Both are almost exclusively working off the jab, and Harrison is winning this battle by keeping himself in the proper range to land his own, while making Hurd miss with his. All of the power shots landed in the round seemingly belong to Harrison as well.

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R2- Working almost exclusively off his left hand is Jarrett Hurd, who is keeping his right glove glued to his head. Despite this, Harrison is able to walk him into several right hands, and he is nullifying Hurd’s herky jerky defense with the jab as well. Hurd lands a few jabs and looping left hooks late, but this round definitely belongs to Harrison.

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R3- Hurd finds a home for his jab early, but Harrison negates it with the use of his own. Though Hurd is able to block and slip a number of shots while stalking Harrison, he is still can’t fully escape the jab. A left hook snaps back the head of Hurd late, allowing Harrison to briefly back him up for a change.

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R4- With Harrison getting off to a head start, this is where Hurd would start to truly come on. Now he is beating Harrison to the punch with his jab, and he is doing a good job at keeping Harrison’s offense on his gloves whenever Harrison decides to let a combination go. Hurd is also cutting him off more. While Harrison scored with a couple quick combos, Hurd did the sharper work overall.

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R5- The longer the fight goes on, the difficulty Hurd has missing Harrison’s chin with his jab increases. His awkard movement is getting more effective as well, causing Harrison to miss and resort to clinching due to being caught in a bad poisition at times. While a 3-2 combo gets Hurd’s attention at one point, Hurd wobbles him late with a sharp right uppercut, forcing him to hold until the bell sounds.

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R6- After getting hurt in the previous round, Harrison comes back with his best round of the fight. Upon negating an early volley from Hurd, who fails to build up on the momentum he got going, Harrison starts to punish him for marching forward with hooks to the body. Harrison is also side stepping him and getting under his shots as well. A pair of rights cause Hurd to go defensive on the ropes late. Hurd manages to avoid several shots and taunt Harrison, but not every, and Harrison had already done enough to steal the round.

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R7- Harrison steps on the gas early, as he tries to find a right hand to end it all. However, the right hands that do land are not doing anything to Hurd. When the two clinch, Harrison is unable to see the sneaky right hands over the top coming from Hurd. A pair of chopping rights to the eye and jaw daze Harrison and get him going backwards. Harrison spends most of the remainder holding, as he gets buckled again later by another right hand. A final one before the bell causes Harrison to wince. By the time the bell sounds, Harrison looks unsteady. Great round for Hurd, who was clearly breaking his man down at this point.

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R8- Clearly fading, Harrison is probing more often with his jab instead of throwing it with the usual snap. Hurd is able to get around the stick and land shots from the outside with ease. The short overhand right up close is proving to be a pivotal weapon for Hurd, as he is able to buckle or stun Harrison numerous times in the round with it. Though Harrison shows grit and attempts to fight it out when hurt, he is getting crucially outgunned and outpunched. A left hook staggers Harrison before the bell. Another strong round for Hurd.

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R9- Though not a lot seems to be left on the punches of Harrison anymore, he manages to dig down and go for it in the first two minutes, landing several 2-3 punch combinations, while piercing Hurd’s defense and even pushing him back at times. In what seemed like it’d become a comeback round for Harrison, Hurd starts to connect accurately with counter right hands. A looping right over a jab flattens Harrison on his back. He rises groggily, and the fight is stopped once he spits out his bloodied mouthpiece. This was quite a start to the obviously temporary, yet fun title reign of Jarrett Hurd. Both put on impressive performances, but Jarrett Hurd managed to out think the boxer. Harrison showed good boxing skills per usual throughout, but the unorthodox offense and defense and constant pressure of Hurd prevailed. Needless to say, his power did too. I find this to be the best victory anyone has over Tony Harrison to date, as he seemed to gas in the Nelson fight and get caught very late in the Charlo rematch, while maintaining control of both fights apropos to the stoppages. Instead, Hurd was able to break him down and supply a beating late before closing out with a bang.