The Bad Left Hook Pick'em Game: Season 11 - Week 3

Arthur Abraham takes on Piotr Wilczewski this Saturday in Germany. (Photo by Alex Grimm/Bongarts/Getty Images)

With not much happening in the boxing world this weekend, we've only got three fights for you on the pick'em line-up.

Topping the bill is a straw-weight match-up from South Africa, featuring #1 rated Nkosinathi Joyi going up against #6 Katsunari Takayama. The fighters initially faced off in January, with an early clash of heads resulting in a no-contest.

Also on the line-up is a super-middleweight clash from Germany, with Arthur Abraham going up against Piotr Wilczewski, and the Friday Night Fight's main-event between Hank Lundy and Dannie Williams.

For those that haven't played before, welcome to the best pick'em game going. Please join right in and start playing (just make sure to check out the rules - we promise they are very simple).

An explanation of how to fill out your selections appears at the bottom of this post - please follow these instructions as it makes it easier for us to tabulate the results quickly each week.

You can check out last week's standings here.

Let’s get to the week 3 line-up…

**** Remember you do not need to make a selection on every fight. If you are unfamiliar with any of the fighters, and don't want to risk points, you are free to PASS on any pick. You must make at least one selection to receive the 10 point participation bonus****

A. Pick the winner / Method of victory - Nkosinathi Joyi vs Katsunari Takayama (technical decision counts as decision, DQ counts as stoppage - Friday, March 30)

1. Joyi to win (any method) – risk 12 to win 2.
2. Joyi by stoppage – risk 3.5 to win 10.5.
3. Joyi by decision – risk 8.5 to win 5.5.
4. Takayama (any method) – risk 2 to win 12.

B. Pick the winner / Method of victory - Arthur Abraham vs Piotr Wilczewski (technical decision counts as decision, DQ counts as stoppage - Saturday, March 31)

1. Abraham to win (any method) – risk 8.5 to win 1.5.
2. Abraham by stoppage – risk 5.5 to win 4.5.
3. Abraham by decision – risk 3 to win 7.
4. Wilczewski (any method) – risk 1.5 to win 8.5.

C. *Over/Under - Arthur Abraham vs Piotr Wilczewski (Saturday, March 31)

1. Over 7 1/2 – risk 6 points to win 3.
2. Over 10 1/2 – risk 4.5 points to win 4.5.
3. Under 7 1/2 – risk 3 points to win 6.
4. Under 10 1/2 – risk 4.5 points to win 4.5.

*Over 8 1/2 = 7 full rounds completed, plus 1/2 round - fight must go past the 1:30 mark of Round 9.

D. Pick the winner - Hank Lundy vs Dannie Williams (Friday, March 30)

1. Lundy to win – risk 7.5 points to win 2.5.
2. Williams to win – risk 2.5 points to win 7.5.

Please fill out your selections as follows:

Enter the LETTER of the fight first, then whether it’s a single (1), double (2) or triple (3) followed by the NUMBER of your pick and the NAME of the FIGHTER and METHOD of victory (where applicable).

**** You have 10 doubles and 5 triples to use over the 10 week season ****

For Selection A, if you want to use one of your doubles on Joyi to win...

A. (2) – 1 – Joyi to win

For Selection B, if you wish to pick Abraham by decision without using a double or triple...

B. (1) – 3 - Abraham by decision

For Selection C, if you wanted to use a triple on Over 10 1/2, you would enter...

C. (3) – 2 – Over 10 1/2

For Selection D, if you wish to pass...

D. Pass

Good luck!

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