Tony Harrison vs Bryant Perella Scorecard by Addi_Bomaye


scorecard by ADDI_BOMAYE
Round
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2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
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12
Total
TONY HARRISON
9
9
9
10
9
9
9
9
10
10
10
9
112
BRYANT PERRELLA
10
10
10
9
10
10
10
10
9
9
9
10
116

Fight:



Winner: 
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Tony Harrison

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R1- Perrella shows up dressed in some sharp attire. They have one solid exchange where both have a bit of success, but a lead right hook and left hand landed moments within eachother are what steal the round for Perrella.

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R2- Using some good lateral movement and counterpunching, Perrella turns Harrison into an ineffective plodder, which Harrison has done to so many opponents. Harrison is walking into the right hook both face and body first at times, and Perrella is being the one who starts and finishes the exchanges. Good round for Perrella.

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R3- It’s shocking seeing Harrison come forward and throw so little, but take so many punches. The right hook is landing everywhere fluently still, but Perrella is also catching him with uppercuts when he gets close. Harrison lands some blows in a late exchange, but waited far too long to get started.

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R4- Despite walking into some left hands early, Harrison starts to find a home for his lead right. The jab of Perrella is getting out more often, but it is mostly landing on the arm. Harrison having more success with the jab is what earns him the round, but it is close.

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R5- Perrella seems to be more patient in the round, but he is still catching Harrison coming in with left hands, especially in the last thirty seconds when he repeatedly tags his chin with this punch. Harrison does get in one eye-catching right, but that’s about it.

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R6- A right hook-left hand combination buckles Harrison, but he covers up and recovers fast. Nonetheless, Perrella still gets in some body shots and uppercuts through the guard. It is Harrison who becomes the busier man late, but Perrella is able to roll under a good amount of his offense.

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R7- Now Perrella is walking Harrison back at times, but he is still leading to the body and countering just as well with this strategy change. Perrella stumbles off balance late after missing a shot, but Harrison does nothing in response.

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R8- Harrison starts to utilize the jab, but he is not cutting any ground and is missing it. Perrella is still picking off left hands to the head and body, plus Harrison is still turning directly into his check hook.

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R9- It is weird how Harrison is throwing, but is missing so often due to standing out of range. Regardless, this is one of his better rounds. With Perrella seemingly taking this round off, Harrison is able to get it with some potshotted rights.

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R10- Harrison seems to be looking for counters now. Despite being very passive he still has success. He gets rocked early by a pair of lefts, but he rocks Perrella back with a right late and then enough jabs to edge the round by a fraction.

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R11- Perrella scores with a combination to the body, but eats a counter right and upoercut after. Harrison is able to keep his distance and convincingly outjab Perrella, while mixing in a few counter rights at time. Best round for Harrison in the fight, and it was not even dominate per say.

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R12- Both have faded, but Perrella does enough work with the left hand in the exchanges to pull away convincingly with the final round and seemingly the fight. The bout being ruled a draw officially and by several fans is such a mystery to me. Perrella did have inconsistencies late, but still was beating Harrison to the punch throughout, staying out of harms way, outjabbing and countering the renowned boxer, and did more damage. In fact, I could easily see a case for Perrella winning the first nine rounds in a row, therefor I can only see this fight being scored wider than my score (which I am satisfied with) to begin with. This was a terrible performance by Harrison, definitely the worst of his career. All night, Harrison seemed hesitant or just unable to get in range or pull the trigger. I think that his father’s death and his layoff had to have played a part, but I definitely expected Harrison to outclass and stop Perrella, not get completely outboxed instead. None of Harrison’s previous opponents were able to outbox him like this. With correct judging, I feel this would have been his fifth loss overall, but third in a row. This appeared to be the end of Harrison, but he would manage to turn things around with arguably his best career performance over the should-have-been undefeated Sergio Garcia. As for Perrella, he’d get done dirty in another robbery draw after this against Kevin Zambrano, but I hope he gets another good opportunity soon. Perhaps a rematch of this??