As well as the reach advantages Miura also holds the advantage in terms of experience with 3 more total fights, 3 more world title fights and a staggering 66 extra rounds. Yes Jardon is, on paper, the bigger puncher but in our view not a lot splits them in the power stakes especially when you consider that Miura has knocked down Takashi Uchiyama and Sergio Thompson in 2 of his last 3 bouts.
Jardon's real advantages are hard to spot on paper and although he's the younger man by 4 years neither fighter is particularly old.
Despite viewing Miura as the man with most of the advantages we do think this bout is potentially one of the best fights of the year and if the WBC Super Featherweight title changes hands we certainly wouldn't be shocked.
If you're undecided on this fight it may be worthgiving our preview a read and getting excited about a fight that promises fireworks from both men.