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Floyd Mayweather (48-, 26 KOs) will put his WBA and WBC welterweight game titles at risk against Andre Berto (30-3, 23 KOs) on Saturday in the MGM Grand in Vegas. Mayweather is protecting his WBC title for that fifth some time and his WBA title for that third time.
Mayweather may be the top-rated fighter within the welterweight division and ESPN’s pound-for-pound lists. A couple of his past four fights were won by majority decision. He’s not were built with a win by stoppage in the six fights since his knockout of Victor Ortiz this year.
Berto is unranked within the welterweight division by ESPN. He’s making his first world title fight since a fifth-round TKO win this year over Jan Zaveck. Berto is 7-1 (four KOs) in championship fights.
Dominant within the ring
Plus/minus 1st 19th
Connect percentage.1st 8th
Opp. connect percentage.T-2nd 29th
Mayweather ranks at or close to the top in nearly every record category CompuBox tracks. He tops the ratings in plus/minus rating (plus-24), total connect percentage (43 percent) and energy-punch percentage (50 percentage) and it is tied for second in opponent connect percentage (19 percent).
Although Berto’s ratings are cheaper, his connect percentage in the past seven fights is 37 percent.
Mayweather’s capability to control a battle is really as rare because it is impressive. Based on CompuBox, he throws 39 punches per round, second-fewest in CompuBox’s ratings. He lands a greater number of punches, however, than any one of his competitors.
Berto lands 11 energy punches per round and 46 percent of energy punches tossed.