Facing an opponent who fights just as awkwardly as he does, Navarrete never found a sustained offensive rhythm. Berinchyk threw more punches than Navarrete in 11 of the 12 rounds. In 7 of the 12 rounds the combatants were separated by 3 or fewer punches. They ended the fight separated by 1 landed punch. Berinchyk threw 120 more punches and landed 1 fewer punch, but his work rate blunted Navarrete’s offense, holding him to 51 punches thrown per round, 18 less than his average coming in; and 8 power punches landed per round, 9 less than his average coming in.