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Adamek-Cunningham Scoring Analysis


By Barry Lindenman

1. In only two of the twelve rounds did all three judges agree on the winner of the round (rounds five and eleven, both scored for Adamek).

2. There was disagreement among the judges in 83% of the rounds (rounds 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 and 12).

4. Judge Tom Miller was the “lone wolf” in only one of the rounds (round 10).

5. Judge Deb Barnes was the “lone wolf” in three of the rounds (rounds 2, 9 and 12).

6. Judge Dave Greer was the “lone wolf” in six of the rounds (rounds 1, 3, 4, 6, 7 and 8)

7. Judges Miller and Greer had the bout even after six rounds. Judge Barnes had the bout even after eight rounds.

8. Despite having a different winner, Judges Miller and Barnes agreed on eight of the twelve rounds.

9. Despite both scoring the bout for Adamek, Judges Barnes are Greer only agreed on three of the twelve rounds.


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