Data Sheet – Pacquiao vs De La Hoya


DATA SHEET

MANNY PACQUIAO VS. OSCAR DE LA HOYA
Welterweights
December 6

PACQUIAO

Total Bouts — 52
Total Rounds — 283
Avg. rounds per bout — 5.44
KO’s as a % of wins — 74.5%
KO’s as a % of total bouts — 67.3%
Winning percentage (not incl. draws) — 94%
KO losses — 2
KO’s as a % of losses — 66.7%
Times going 10 or more rds. — 11
Times going 12 rds. — 5
World title bouts — 11
World title rounds — 66
World title rds per bout — 6.0
World title record — 8-1-2, 7 KO’s
Record in last five bouts — 5-0, 3 KO’s
Current inactive period — 5 mos., 5 days

DE LA HOYA

Total Bouts — 44
Total Rounds –300
Avg. rounds per bout — 6.82
KO’s as a % of wins — 76.9%
KO’s as a % of total bouts — 68.2%
Winning percentage (not incl. draws) — 88.6%
KO losses — 1
KO’s as a % of losses — 20%
Times going 10 or more rds. — 15
Times going 12 rds. — 12
World title bouts — 29
World title rounds — 228
World title rds per bout — 7.86
World title record — 24-5, 17 KO’s
Record in last five bouts — 3-2, 1 KO’s
Current inactive period — 7 mos., 2 days

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KNOCKOUT DISTRIBUTION

Pacquiao
1st – 6
2nd – 6
3rd – 5
4th – 5
5th – 3
6th – 4
7th – 0
8th – 2
9th – 1
10th – 2
11th – 1
12th – 0

De La Hoya
1st – 4
2nd – 6
3rd – 3
4th – 5
5th – 1
6th – 3
7th – 2
8th – 2
9th – 1
10th – 1
11th – 2
12th – 0

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PACQUIAO NOTES

* This is not a world title fight, but Pacquiao’s only loss in a world championship bout was a third-round KO suffered against Medgoen Singsurat back in September of 1999.

* Pacquiao has held world titles in four different weight divisions: Flyweight (112 pounds), Jr. Featherweight (122), Jr. Lightweight (130) and Lightweight (135).

* Pacquiao’s first recorded weight was 106 pounds, at his pro debut in 1995. His last weight was 134.5 pounds, for his lightweight title fight against David Diaz.

* Pacquiao’s record in Las Vegas is 6-1-1 with four KO’s.

* In the last 36 months, Pacquiao has fought seven times. Over the last 12 months, he has fought twice.

* Of Pacquiao’s 35 knockout wins, 22 of them (62.9%) have taken place in the first four rounds. Only four of them (11.4%) happened between rounds 9-12. Saturday’s bout is scheduled for 12 rounds.

DE LA HOYA NOTES

* De La Hoya’s weight when he turned pro was 133 pounds. His lowest recorded weight was 128-3/4 pounds, when beat Jimmy Bredahl for the WBO junior lightweight title.

* De La Hoya’s last weight was 150 pounds. But he has been as heavy as 160 pounds, when he beat Felix Sturm for the WBO middleweight title.

* De La Hoya has fought just once in the last 12 months and three times in the last 36 months.

* Of De La Hoya’s 30 wins inside the distance, 18 of them (60%) have taken place in the first four rounds. Only four of them (13.3%) have occurred between rounds 9-12

* De La Hoya has entered the 12th round of a fight on twelve different occasions during his pro career.

* De La Hoya has won championships in six different weight divisions: Jr. Lightweight (130 pounds), Lightweight (135), Jr. Welterweight (140), Welterweight (147), Jr. Middleweight (154) and Middleweight (160).

* Saturday night’s fight is in the welterweight class. De La Hoya’s record as a welterweight is 10-2 with 7 KO’s.

* De La Hoya has fought against 23 other world champions. He has lost to Shane Mosley, Bernard Hopkins, Felix Trinidad and Floyd Mayweather, and beaten the other nineteen.

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