Daniel Jacobs defeats Gabriel Rosado by split decision in law-action case

Daniel Jacobs vs. Gabriel Rosado (undercard and maincard)


All the bad blood between Daniel Jacobs and Gabriel Rosado has not translated into any fireworks.

Yet, “The Miracle Man” edged out Rosado on Friday night at H Rock L Rock Live in Hollywood, Florida with the decision to split the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel and Casino and live on DZN. Judges made it 115-113, 115-113 and 113-115 to give Jacobs a narrow victory in the low-action, unbearable middleweight case, with no fighter showing real urgency. What was expected to turn into a firefight played like a slow, overly patient chess match, which Jacobs eventually won, but not impressively.

“I still feel like I still have a lot to look forward to, but this wasn’t a brave effort on my part,” Jacobs told DZN’s Chris Mann Nix after the victory, as he apologized to his fans for his performance. . “It felt kind of dry (without the fans in attendance). It felt a little weird. It felt like a boxing, springing match inside the gym. I didn’t try my best, but my effort was enough to win.” “

Banking some of Jacobs ‘points back in the early rounds of body work helped him lead to victory, although the mid-to-late round was very close to Jacobs’ selection, as he circled Rosado as more of a fighter and won the round. At the end of the pharaoh, ring announcer Jeremiah Gallegoz accidentally declared the winner “from Philadelphia”, before quickly improving it to “Brooklyn” and Jacobs. Which added to Rosado’s disruption, as he felt he had done enough to win the fight.

“Yeah! I felt like I had won the fight,” Rosado told Mix Nix. “I surprised him. I outboxed him, I out-jawed him, I resisted him, I missed him big shots.”

More than anything, Jacobs lacked urgency, as he never really chose his level of aggression to land a fighting-changing punch in an uncontrolled effort. Jacobs and Rosado hit 78 punches each, with a combined 156 fights the second-lowest for the Landed Punches in a 12-round fight in 2020, According to Compobox.

Here’s how the Rosado main card went against the full Jacobs.

Jacobs vs. Rosado Fight Card

  • Daniel Jacobs Def. Gabriel Rosado by split decision (115-113, 115-113, 113-115); Super middleweight
  • Deniar Yelusinov Def. By Julius Indongo second round TKO; Welterweight
  • Nikita Ababi Def. Brandon Maddox (59-55, 59-55, 59-55) by unanimous decision; Middleweight
  • Mahammadrasul Majidov Def. Sahrat Delgado by third round TCO; Heavy weight
  • Emanuel Tago Def. Mason Maynard (98-92, 96-94, 95-95) by majority decision; Lightweight

Jacobs declared the winner by a split decision

Judges 115-113 for Rosado, 115-113 for Jacobs and 115-113 for Jacobs by split decision. Jeremy Gallegoz, who announced the ring, accidentally told the Philadelphia winner before quickly turning him over to Brooklyn and making sure the winner was indeed Jacobs.

Jacobs Vs. Rosado Round 12

A big punch is rather a pedestrian, low-action fight that can make the difference very well. Both are trying to open the offense during this 12th and final round. Rosado chases after Jacobs, who takes an extra right. And another. He added the left hook. One minute left. After switching to his longtime trainer, Andre Rosier’s trainers, one has to wonder if he is missing Jacobs. It’s chemistry. Thirty seconds left. Jacobs considers this to be the stuff to move forward easily. Not enough punches from Jacobs. This one is very close to Jacobs. And now we will see how the judges do it. (10-9 Jacobs, 116-112 Jacobs)

The 12th and final round is here

This fight is begging for something bigger to happen.

Jacobs vs. Rosado Round 11

Is Jacobs going to push the same urgency as his corner? It is better or he will leave this in the hands of the judges and it is never a comfortable place for a boxer in a close fight. The bad blood we have seen in this bad construction does not translate into any fireworks. Both fighters are missing right-handed. Rosado with the right hand straight down from the middle. Clean shot, which would probably have won the round. (10-9 Rosado, 106-103 Jacobs)

Jacobs vs. Rosado Round 10

Jacobs leaned forward and planted a left-handed flush on Rosado’s face. Now, land suitable for Jacobs too. DJNA announced that Jacobs landed on 60 of the 59 total five rosados ​​with about a minute left in the 10th round. It has landed in 10 in low numbers. Jacobs takes rounds, but not impressively. (10-9 Jacobs, 97-93 Jacobs)

Jacobs vs. Rosado Round 9

Jacobs’ corner tells him he’s bored there, but the same ab continues to happen. Rosado is a more active puncher, although many of his shots are eaten by Jacobs’ gloves with his defense. Jacobs taps Rosado with his left hand, before he lands the overhand right, which once again misses his mark. Rosado finishes the counter with a sharp right hand. Rosado’s excessive rights also partially land at .nt. The Jacobs are winning this fight but right now in a really incapable, vague way. (10-9 Rosado, 87-84 Jacobs)

Jacobs vs. Rosado Round 8

Jacobs sticks or passes through Rosado’s guard and the wind blows over the hook on the left side of the body. Jacobs is trying to load his overhand right, which has yet to land with full force. Rosado will now land his own one-handed Verhend to the right. Does Jacobs have much respect for Rosado or is Rosado commanding him? I lean towards the former. (10-9 Jacobs, 78-74 Jacobs)

Jacobs vs. Rosado Round 7

Jacob is already picking up his aggression. However, this round has felt a little closer to Jacobs’ rest at this stage. Jacobs sneezes in the left hand and another shortly after. Rosado responds with the left and right answers of the body. Another quiet round, though. The overhand for the Jacobs lands on the right and it lands on the left hook on the body. (10-9 Jacobs, 68-65 Jacobs)

Jacobs vs. Rosado Round 6

Jacobs digs a heavy hand into Rosado’s body, as he keeps it down and measures it for a power shot. Yet, we have yet to see the punishment that the rosado promised to do. An overhand right only misses its mark with Jacobs, but it adds a right to the body created for him. That low action was the sixth round, with a slight edge towards the Jacobs. (10-9 Jacobs, 58-56 Jacobs)

Jacobs vs. Rosado Round 5

Jacobs, who makes rosado, misses a bit in this round, but he hasn’t shown much offense so far. Rosado attacks the body with a few shots and has been a more active fighter this round. Fast-paced Jacobs, who mostly miss his mark. Rosado taunted Jacobs on the bell. (10-9 Rosado, 48-47 Jacobs)

Jacobs vs. Rosado Round 4

Jacobs opens up his offense a bit by pumping his left jaw and then putting a right belt around Rosado’s body. It adds a true hook moments later. You can see Jacobs downloading information in real time, looking for something special. As Jacobs walks down the Rosado, the body carries a commbo piece. Jacobs uses one more push and it doesn’t open completely. Rosado has more to do. (10-9 Jacobs, 39-37 Jacobs)

Jacobs vs. Rosado Round 3

Jacobs is the earliest with the left hook and attaches the short left to the body. Jacobs buries the left in Rosado’s chest. He is clearly a more agile fighter. Razado is coming soon in many of his punches due to the movement of wit around Jacobs’ ring. Jacobs’ right hand is sticking nicely to Rosado’s body. However, Rosado delivers a jab to answer back. Jacobs is advancing on Rosado and taking off the big right hand to finish the round. (10-9 Jacobs, 29-28 Jacobs)

Jacobs vs. Rosado Round 2

Rosado just comes out stopping the ping pumps, in which Jacobs interrupts the punch. Jacobs is now trying to combine the combination. He is already more active in this round. Jacobs unhooks the left counter hook and is moving well around Rosado. After a while, Jacobs digs a right into Rosado’s body. “The Miracle Man.” For the overly right ground Jacobs runs down Rosado during the losing seconds and lands on a powerful body shot to finish the round. (10-9 Jacobs, 19-19)

Jacobs Vs. Rosado Round 1

Jacobs and Rosado do touch gloves, despite the bitterness in their fight. Hook straight left initially for Rosado. After a while, he went straight to the left to split Jacobs’ guard. The Jacobs land a pair of jobs late tonight to claim a punch. Both fighters show more patience than really trying to feel each other. Rosado, a more active fighter in the early rounds. (10-9 Rosado)

The Daniel Jacobs ring and walk make him as confident as ever

Daniel Jacobs moves his ring to the sounds of Jay Z’s “Brooklyn We Go Hard” and “Empire State Mf Mind” and Busta Rhymes’ “Caesar”.

We are seconds away from the opening llnt.

Daniel Jacobs v. Gabriel Rosado is ahead!

New York City vs. Philadelphia, Jacobs and Rosado are set to settle their meat.

A warm-up match in Phoenix in December 2019 will help move this fight forward.

Yelusinov explodes on Indogo with second round TCO!

Yelusinov cuts Indongo with his left hand cutting at the ear! Indongo gently rises from the canvas, but he doesn’t want more from Yeleusinov. Its balance is off. The ref closes it with waves and this one is over!

At 37 and after losing his last three fights by knockout, it could be very good for Indongo.

Co-main event: Yelusinov v. Indogo Round 1

At the same time Indongo and the Yeleusinov Punch, Indago with the Quick Trends account paid for it most. Oh! As said, Yeleusinov explodes the wild swinging indongo with his left hand, drowning the former world champion in the trunk.

Some first-round fireworks for Yelusinov, which looks extra sharp with his punch. (10-8 Yelusinov)

We have the co-main event of Julius Indongo vs. Daniyar Yeleusinov

Bell Welterweight is going to play ten rounds of action as our night co-feature.

Gennady Golovkin at home

There are no strangers to GGG, Daniel Jacobs or Gabriel Rosado, he is in the building.