The fight of Miguel “Alacrán” Berchelt vs Oscar Valdez has generated all kinds of analysis, and previous speculation, and what better than to go to the figures of CompuBox to generate hard, cold, numerical scrutiny on this fight.
Total hits thrown per round
In the row of the total hits thrown in each episode, Miguel Berchelt has proven to be a much more active fighter than Oscar Valdez, according CompuBox.
Berchelt he throws 81 punches per round on average, and of those, he hits 31.5 on average. That is, a 38.9% effectiveness in his hitting.
Valdez, on the other hand, throws 44.5 punches on average per round, almost half that Berchelt. And of them, he hits 14.22 hits per round, for a percentage of 31.9%.
Jabs per round
Although on paper, the Scorpion Berchelt is the power fighter in his confrontation against ValdezHe is also the fighter who uses his jab the most.
He throws 39 jabs per round on average, of which he hits 11, for a percentage of 28%.
Oscar Valdez he throws his jab less, for an average of 21.67 per round, which is even less than the division average of 22.4. From those, Valdez hit 5.36. His percentage of effectiveness in his jab is 24.73%.
Although Berchelt jab more than Valdez, at the time of effectiveness they are even: 28% of Berchelt, against 24.73% of Valdez.
Power punches per round
In the blows of power, Miguel Berchelt it is destructive and its numbers prove it. He throws an average of 42 power shots per round, of which he hits 20. It’s a huge hit percentage, with 47.5%. In other words, almost half of his power shipments hit the mark.
Oscar Valdez he is much less active in the power line. He throws 22.89 power punches per round, nearly half the Berchelt, and hit 8.9 of them. That is, an effectiveness percentage of 38.71. Although it is not a bad percentage, it is not at the level of destructive activity that Berchelt it acts as a true demolition in its forceful blow.
More / Less Index
The Over / Under Index statistic is a very interesting measure in boxing. The higher this index, the better, because it hits a lot and they hit little.
That figure is the result that we obtain if we take the percentage of the blows that a fighter hits on his rivals. From that hit percentage, we subtract the percentage of the blows that his opponents land on him during a fight.
A fighter with a high Over / Under Index is a fighter who connects much more than he is connected.
If we review the Over / Under Index of the best fighters on the planet, we will find that the highest in his career is Lomachenko with 16.95. And the elite fighters are above 12.
When analyzing the history of Oscar Valdez In this statistic, we will realize the benefit that training with Eddy reynoso. Valdez came to the stable of Reynoso after his fight with Scott quigg March 2018, and he’s been working with him for four fights. In those four fights, Oscar Valdez accumulates a 16.7, that is, a Plus / Minus Index of the level of Lomachenko.
Miguel Berchelt, on the other hand, is one of the fighters who has the best results in this statistic throughout his career, with a 12.1.