1. Rob

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    Now that we that Warren and Hearn are on clear level playing field I am giving this a reboot. For the time being we will primarily be scoring Sky & BT Shows that are shown in Primetime. There will be occasions where the shows are officially promoted, co-promoted with other promoters, these will count. There will be occasions where cards take place outside of the UK are predominantly filled with Hearn or Warren fighters, these will count. Shows on BoxNation only, Channel 5 or ITV will not be scored at this point. That may change depending on the activity of those channels/promoters.

    I know there is not a universal agreement on the scoring system but it’s as close as we can get. There will be examples where a fight does not fit exactly within the criteria exactly but it will be given and agreed appropriate score.

    The system that will be followed to score is the following;

    Fights Scored

    For Main events the score will be doubled. The same criteria can apply, but a fight can vary in its score by a point based on the criteria. The remaining fights will be complied based on;
    a) Fights shown on TV
    b) Title fights on the card
    c) 12/10 scheduled round fights on the card
    d) The best scoring scheduled 10 round+ fights on a card
    e) Fights scheduled for the most rounds
    f) Order fights were shown

    Criteria

    World Level - Between 2 fighters in the top 10 of their division
    Domestic Level - Between 2 fighters proven at domestic level
    Competitive - Not a mismatch.
    Meaningful - Fight is happening for a reason (i.e title, eliminator, improve ranking)
    *Fights less than 10 rounds can only score a maximum of 3/5

    Before the fight

    5 Points - World Level, Highly Competitive & Meaningful
    4 Points - Domestic Level & Above, Competitive & Meaningful
    3 Points - Competitive & Meaningful
    2 Points - Not a Mismatch or Meaningful
    1 Point - Mismatch

    After the fight

    5 Star - FOTY Candidate
    4 Star - Competitive, Skilled & Entertaining
    3 Star - Two of Competitive, Skilled or Entertaining
    2 Star - One of Competitive, Skilled or Entertaining
    1 Star - Mismatch

    Final Scores

    41+ GOAT
    36-40 Excellent
    31-35 Very Good
    26-30 Good
    21-25 Average
    16-20 Poor
    11-15 Very Poor
    1-10 Awful


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    Hearn/Matchroom/Sky Sports (29/50 based on 12 Shows)

    February 25th, Hull
    McDonnell v Vargas 7/10 7/10
    Campbell v Lopez 2/5 1/5
    Coyle v Noble 3/5 2/5
    Burnett v Reyes 1/5 2/5
    25/50

    March 25th, Manchester
    Linares v Crolla II 8/10 6/10
    Ward v Hughes II 3/5 3/5
    Arnfield v Rose 3/5 3/5
    Morrison v Welborn 2/5 3/5
    31/50

    April 15th, Glasgow
    Burns v Indongo 9/10 6/10
    Cardle v Barrett 3/5 4/5
    Butcher v Edwards 3/5 2/5
    Kelly v Byrne 3/5 3/5
    33/50

    April 22nd, Liverpool

    Murray v Rosado 7/10 6/10
    Fielding v Ryder 4/5 3/5
    Dodd v Appleyard 3/5 4/5
    Farrell v Carus 2/5 3/5
    32/50

    May 13th, Birmingham
    Yafai v Muranak 6/10 7/10
    Rodrigurez v Eggington 4/5 4/5
    Yafai v Davis 3/5 3/5
    Gavin v Garrido 2/5 2/5
    31/50

    June 10th, Belfast
    Haskins v Burnett 8/10 5/10
    Tennyson v Doyle 3/5 3/5
    Hyland v Dingsdale 3/5 3/5
    Tims v Watkins 3/5 2/5
    30/50

    June 30th, London

    Buglioni v Summers 5/10 7/10
    Cheesemen v Ryan 3/5 3/5
    Belloti vSpreight 2/5 2/5
    Benn v Cole 1/5 1/5
    24/50

    September 30, Liverpool

    Butler v Hall II 7/10 6/10
    Fielding v Brothy 3/5 3/5
    Dodd v Stalker 3/5 4/5
    Davies v Farrell 3/5 2/5
    31/50

    October 7th, Manchester

    Burns v Crolla 7/10 5/10
    Eggingtton v Minmoune 4/5 3/5
    Ritson v Barrett 3/5 3/5
    Benn v Clarke 1/5 1/5
    27/50

    October 21st, Belfast

    Burnett v Zhakiyanov 9/10 7/10
    Hyland v Ormond 3/5 4/5
    Tennyson v Traynor 3/5 4/5
    Kelly v Zuniga 2/5 1/5
    33/50

    November 4th, Monaco

    Bivol v Broadbent 4/10 3/10
    McDonnell v Solis 4/5 2/5
    Chisora v Kaybel 4/5 2/5
    Quigg v Yemimvoych 3/5 3/5
    25/50

    December 13th, London

    Taylor v McCatskill 4/10 5/10
    Ward v Gilner 4/5 3/5
    Ball v Shinkwin 3/5 2/5
    Kelly v Hamilcaro 2/5 2/5
    26/50


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    Warren/Queensbury/BT Sports (31/50 based on 10 Shows)

    April 8th, Manchester
    Flangagan v Petrov 8/10 5/10
    Williams v Smith 4/5 3/5
    Catterall v Gethin 2/5 2/5
    Kelly v Godding 3/5 4/5
    30/50

    April 22nd, Leicester
    Langford v Khurtsidze 8/10 7/10
    Nurse v Hughes 3/5 3/5
    Tete v Villanueva 4/5 2/5
    Smyle v Williams 3/5 5/5
    35/50

    May 13th, Leeds
    Warrington v Martinez 6/10 8/10
    Dickens v Ward 3/5 3/5
    Leather v Suttcliffe 3/5 4/5
    Adams v Salazar 2/5 2/5
    31/50

    May 20th, London
    Davis v Walsh 8/10 6/10
    Pickford v Morgan 3/5 4/5
    Walsh v McCullough 3/5 3/5
    Yarde Hobbs 2/5 2/5
    31/50

    July 8th, London

    Skeete v Evans 7/10 3/5
    Williams v Smyle 4/5 4/5
    Cocoran v Ekundayo 3/5 2/5
    Byfield v McNess 3/5 4/5
    30/50

    September 16th, London

    Saunders v Monroe 7/10 5/10
    Yarde v Nemesapati 2/5 2/5
    Dubios v Carter 2/5 2/5
    Sharp v Nagy 1/5 1/5
    22/50

    October 21st, Leeds

    Warrington v Ceylon 8/10 7/10
    Nurse v Catterall 4/5 3/5
    Woodstock v Poxton 3/5 5/5
    Barrett v Conwell 3/5 3/5
    34/50

    November 11th, Newcastle

    Smith v Williams 8/10 7/10
    Foot v Leather 4/5 5/5
    Ward v Davis 3/5 3/5
    Gorman v Soltby 3/5 3/5
    36/50

    November 18th, Belfast

    Frampton v Garcia 5/10 8/10
    Ancajas v Conlon 4/5 3/5
    Barnes v Qezeda 2/5 3/5
    Tete v Gonja 2/5 3/5
    30/50

    December 9th, London

    DeGale v Truax 5/10 8/10
    Selby v Ramierez 3/5 3/5
    Yarde v Sjevola 4/5 4/5
    Dubois-Darch 2/5 2/5
    31/50
     
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    For those interested here is the previous thread and the historical scoring from the BoxNation era.

    http://checkhookboxing.com/index.php?threads/frank-warren-matchmaking-vs-eddie-hearn-matchmaking.60472/

    Warren/BoxNation
    2011 Autumn/Winter 25/50
    2012 Spring/Summer 21/50
    2012 Autumn/Winter 26/50
    2013 Spring/Summer 25/50
    2013 Autumn/Winter 30/50
    2014 Spring/Summer 26/50
    2014 Autumn/Winter 24/50
    2015 Spring/Summer 23/50
    2015 Autumn/Winter 26/50
    2016 Spring/Summer 25/50
    2016 Autumn/Winter 22/50
    Total Average - 25/50

    Hearn/Sky

    2012 Autumn/Winter 25/50
    2013 Spring/Summer 30/50
    2013 Autumn/Winter 28/50
    2014 Spring/Summer 29/50
    2014 Autumn/Winter 25/50
    2015 Spring/Summer 26/50
    2015 Autumn/Winter 26/50
    2016 Spring/Summer 29/50
    2016 Autumn/Winter 30/50
    Total Average - 29/50

     
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    Too many 20 something seasons, not enough 30+s.

    The thing about Arsenal is they always..
     
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    I will be shouted down and I do still think it could be a circus act but Haye hasn`t fought anyone for 5 years I would bump it up to 4.
     
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    Disagree, its a mismatch and should be a 1, mismatches should be punished severely.

    Same with Campbells fight, that is a mismatch and should be punished with a 1.
     
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    What's a woodshed?
    *I will count shows featuring a couple of Warren fighters in tuneups but no Hearn shows that would hurt his scoring
    *I have soul right as rankings chairman to overrule everyone if my autism goes off
     
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    :lol: Never change Bill :good
     
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    What's the greatest card for each promoter, Rob?
     
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    Think you could argue Klit AJ as a 10.

    Next big thing belt holder vs arguably top 10 ATG at the weight.
     
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    Joshua is still relatively unproven though, if he had a couple of world class wins before now I would agree.
     
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    He's nowhere near a top 10 ATG at the weight
     
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    Yes, he is.

    11-15.
     
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    I was excited about the BT deal but I worry that it's going to divide this forum and other british based sites into even more conflicted hearn v warren,Sky v BN based chat.

    That's fine in here of course,but I can see it infiltrating every bloody thread before long and I just want to see them both put together decent,regular shows without getting bogged down in the promotional war.
     
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    Some people rate him bottom top 10.

    Pretty sure @Flea Man does actually
     
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    Campbells fight is not a mismatch.
     
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    Not for me, but what the fuck do I know eh
     
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    Who would you have above him out of interest
     
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    Level playing field? Hearn and Warren aren't anywhere near a level playing field yet. Hearn still has the more notable British fighters, and on a platform that's been delivering boxing for decades.

    Warren/BT still have a long way to go before they're on equal footing.
     
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    Rob would know. He's watched various Mexican streams of Jairo Lopez fights.
     
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    The kids record really isn't good when you delve into it.
     

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