Sep 10 2016
Saturday

The O2 Arena, London, United Kingdom

12 rounds contest
@ Bantamweight
33-3-0 
UD 12

Score cards

  • 117-111
  • 115-113
  • 116-112
UD 12
20-4-2

Belts on The Line

IBF World Bantamweight Championship

The tape

37
Age
41
5' 5" / 165 cm
Height
5' 8" / 173 cm
66.1" / 168 cm
Reach
N/A
Southpaw (L)
Stance
Orthodox (R)

Tape record

UDTKOTDPTSTKO
Form
UDPTSPTSPTSUD
33
Wins
20
14
By KO
7
42
KO%
35
3
Loses
4
Draws
2
2003
Debut
2008

Tape rankings @ Bantamweight

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The Ring
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WBA
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WBC
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WBO
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IBF
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Lee Haskins vs Stuart Hall report

Who won Haskins vs Hall?

Lee Haskins beat Stuart Hall by unanimous decision in their 12 round contest on Saturday 10th September 2016 at The O2 Arena in London.

The scorecards were announced as 117-111, 115-113, 116-112 in favor of winner Lee Haskins.

The fight was scheduled to take place over 12 rounds in the Bantamweight division, which meant the weight limit was 118 pounds (8.4 stone or 53.5 KG).

This contest was for the IBF bantamweight championship of the world.

Haskins vs Hall stats

Lee Haskins stepped into the ring with a record of 33 wins, 3 loses and 0  draws, 14 of those wins coming by the way of knock out.

Stuart Hall made his way to the ring with a record of 20 wins, 4 loses and 2 draws, with 7 of those wins by knock out.

The stats suggested Haskins had a slight advantage in power over Hall, with a 42% knock out percentage over Hall's 35%.

Lee Haskins was the younger man by 4 years, at 37 years old.

Hall had a height advantage of 3 inches over Haskins.

Lee Haskins fought out of the southpaw stance, while Stuart Hall was an orthodox fighter.

Haskins was arguably the more experienced fighter, having had 10 more fights, and made his debut in 2003, 5 years and 1 month earlier than Hall, whose first professional fight was in 2008. He had fought 178 less professional rounds, 66 to Hall's 244.

Haskins vs Hall form

Haskins had beaten 4 of his last 5 opponents, stopping 1 of them, going the distance 3 times.

In his last fight before this contest, he had lost to Ryan Burnett on 10th June 2017 by split decision in their IBF World Bantamweight championship fight at Odyssey Arena, Belfast, United Kingdom.

Previous to that, he had defeated Stuart Hall on 10th September 2016 by unanimous decision in their IBF World Bantamweight championship fight at The O2 Arena, London.

Going into that contest, he had beat Ivan Morales on 14th May 2016 by unanimous decision in their IBF World Bantamweight championship fight at Ice Arena, Cardiff.

Before that, he had won against Ryosuke Iwasa on 13th June 2015 by technical knockout in the 6th round in their IBF World Bantamweight championship fight at Whitchurch Sports Centre, Bristol.

He had beat Omar Lamiri on 21st February 2015 by technical decision in their 8 round contest at Salle des Étoiles, Monte Carlo, Monaco.

Stuart Hall had beaten 4 of his last 5 opponents.

In his last fight leading up to this contest, he had defeated Rodrigo Guerrero on 16th April 2016 by unanimous decision in their 12 round contest at First Direct Arena, Leeds, United Kingdom.

Previous to that, he had defeated Elvis Guillen on 21st November 2015 by points in the 8th round at Manchester Arena, Manchester.

Going into that contest, he had won against Arnoldo Solano on 5th September 2015 by points in the 6th round at First Direct Arena, Leeds.

Before that, he had defeated Edwin Tellez on 1st August 2015 by points in the 6th round at Craven Park Stadium, Hull.

Hehad been beaten by Randy Caballero on 25th October 2014 by unanimous decision in their IBF World Bantamweight championship fight at Salle des Étoiles, Monte Carlo, Monaco.

Activity check

In terms of activity leading into the fight, Lee Haskins had been fighting more than Stuart Hall.

Going to this contest, Lee Haskins had last fought 4 years, 4 months and 17 days ago, while Stuart Hall's last outing had been 5 years, 6 months and 11 days ago.

Haskins' last 5 fights had come over a period of 6 years, 8 months and 6 days, meaning he had been fighting on average every 1 year, 4 months and 3 days. In those fights, he fought a total of 50 rounds, meaning that they had lasted 10 rounds on average.

Hall's last 5 fights had come over a period of 7 years and 2 days, meaning he had been fighting on average every 1 year, 4 months and 26 days. In those fights, he fought a total of 44 rounds, meaning that they had lasted 8.8 rounds on average.

What time did Haskins vs Hall start?

The fighters were expected to ringwalk at around 11:00 PM BST at The O2 Arena, London, United Kingdom, which was 6:00 PM EST or 3:00 PM PST on the West Coast of America.

Who broadcast Haskins vs Hall?

Haskins vs Hall was broadcast on Sky Box Office HD in the UK.

What were the odds on Haskins vs Hall?

Lee Haskins was a (+100) underdog going into the contest, while Stuart Hall made his way into the ring at (+100) with oddsmakers.

Lee Haskins vs Stuart Hall news

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