According to Compubox, the Brazilian ended up hitting 141 times, while the Mexican had only 83; however, he lost
ESPN announced that Mexican Oscar Valdez defeated Brazilian Robson Conceiçao with a controversial unanimous decision, successfully defending the World Boxing Council’s super featherweight champion for the first time.
The Brazilian Conceiçao used his advantage to punish the Mexican with his jab and face combination, causing Sonoran to cut his cheekbone, but failed to hurt the South American.
Despite Conceiçao’s extensive dominance in the 12 rounds, the judges gave Valdez a shameful score of 115-112, 115-112 and 117-110, who eventually received more punishment.
According to Compubox, Conceiçao eventually hit 141 punches from Valdez, only 83 punches.