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New Idea for Rating Title Bout's New Active Fighters 
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Jersey-Jim

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Post New Idea for Rating Title Bout's New Active Fighters
I was just thinking, when it comes to rating a fighters, punch-stat numbers might be a good place start.
I was just working on a Joseph Agbeko rating. I created his pic and when I went to the punches section, it looked pretty generic (which is fine for someone who was off the main radar until last night.

The numbers in the game are broken down by

1. Jab
2. Hook
3. Cross
4. Combination
5. Uppercut

100% of the total punches a fighter would throw in a fight have to be broken down and separated into those 5 categories.
Once you have that, they you have to decide how many would be 3 or 2 point punches.

I think I'm going to start using the punch-stat number that I can find to fine-tune certain fighters.
I'm not looking to get super scientific with it. Just a better overall view of the fighter and how to rate him.
I'm sure there are times when someone has swollen knuckles or other injuries that you don't hear about, and that effects the numbers.
But overall, it should help with some ratings for newer, active fighters.

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