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Whats your name peej? Where do you live? Always calling people out.Posted May 27, 2014 9:26 pm
To bad Kovalev chose the easier fighter when picking which title to go for. That speaks higher than when Stevenson went to Showtime to get a fight with Hopkins.Posted May 26, 2014 9:03 pm
Get one thing straight Kovalev was the mandatory for Hopkins and decided to choose the easiest of the titlest to fight. Hopkins said yes to the fight and Kovalev decided to fight someone else.Posted May 26, 2014 7:03 pm
Anonymous back his ignorant ass statements as usual. Worst blogger on the site. You must find joy and happiness in being so stupid. What ever floats your boat.Posted May 26, 2014 11:30 am
Nobody is knocking out B hop. Ignorant statement being that no body has even come close to doing it. Stevenson loses to B hop and would get knocked out by Serge.Posted May 26, 2014 11:28 am
Get one thing straight. Hopkins didn’t want kov not the other way around. Hopkins keeps choosing easy fights. As soon as he fights kov or Stevenson he will be bashed but like his good friend floyd risks are taken one in every 10-12 fightsPosted May 26, 2014 3:47 am
Kovalev is in the top 2 or 3 at light heavy and it doesn’t matter that Dawson out worked b hop he beat him fair and square don’t discredit him. Kov beats Stevenson, and Dawson fights him better a second time alsoPosted May 26, 2014 3:42 am
Exactly. I am not saying he is not the real deal. But he has fought nobody. The geek that posted to me knows nothing of the sport. Also doesn’t post under a name to be recognized. Nope I am not a racist. I could care less about color. You ya damn geek is a key board warrior. But if you seen any poster from this site you would piss your pants.Posted May 26, 2014 1:05 am
Kovalev is hardhitting because he has beaten who exactly?Posted May 25, 2014 10:14 pm
“Kovalev hasn’t fought that great of comp. not so sure he beats Hopkins.”
Of course Kovalev beats Hopkins you retard PEEJ. the only reason you are saying that is because you are a black American racist who always praises black American racist fighters.
Hopkins will never get in the ring with Kovalev because he knows, far better than you PEEJ, that Kovalev would be far too dangerous an opponent. Hopkins the racist has already lost to one ‘white boy’ in Calzaghe, the last thing he wants is another ‘white boy’ who is far more hard hitting, beating the hell out of him. Kovalev would smash Hopkins to bits.Posted May 25, 2014 9:56 pm
Doesn’t matter what Dawson did. All he did was out work Hopkins. All young fighters should be able to do that. Other than that he did nothing in the Hopkins fight. And no at this time Kovalev is not the best at Light HeavyPosted May 25, 2014 7:45 pm
Kovalev hasn’t fought that great of comp. not so sure he beats Hopkins.Posted May 25, 2014 10:33 am
everyone has an off night? al-righty thenPosted May 25, 2014 10:21 am
Good fight but confusing.
On the one hand, Stevenson hit Fonfara with lots of hard punches. Fonfara was knocked down twice and hurt badly 4-5 times. What else do you expect Stevenson to do?
On the other hand, Stevenson did not finish Fonfara, Stevenson got hit by himself by big shots, and Stevenson was knocked down. Not what you would expect from an elite champion.
(1) Stevenson looked heavy to me, less tone, less sharpness than his previous fights. I would suspect he made weight but he came in heavy on fight night and that he did less work in the training camp, he did not come in at great weight. His punches maybe had less power and he ran out of gas.
(2) Stevenson is only 5’11 and his power does not carry as well reaching up to a 6’3″ guy with long reach.
If you put (1) and (2) together you get the result from last night’s fight. A lot of people want to give credit to Fonfara but I don’t. Fonfara showed tremendous courage but I don’t think he has anybody substantive wins his resume. I don’t give Fonfara a lot of credit for knocking out Campillo and Glenn Johnson is 100 years old.
Problem last night was Stevenson. He should come into fights in better shape and get the job done like an elite fighter. Period.Posted May 25, 2014 10:10 am
read that it was good.Posted May 25, 2014 9:54 am
fonfara would KO popkinsPosted May 25, 2014 9:21 am
Problem is Dawson was never nearly as good as some made him out to be, he has been vastly overrated for some reason. Stevenson’s name was made in blowing out a light punching fighter with a poor workrate and little fire in his belly.” This.Posted May 25, 2014 8:27 am
Just goes to show us that no one is invincible super man is beAtale after all. Hopkins next. Not too sure the est one to take the title from Stevenson. We will have to wait for that one. Boxingdictionaryc the language of the ringPosted May 25, 2014 8:19 am
Swedish Boxing Fan
Will we have a world light heavyweight title unification match now between IBF/WBA/IBA champion Bernard Hopkins vs. Lineal/WBC champion Adonis Stevenson?
I will cheer for the champion & legend Bernard “The Executioner” Hopkins and I belive he haves a good chanse to win that fight, but 13 year younger Adonis Stevenson will be a tough opponent and not an easy fight at all.
The winner will be the unified Lineal/WBC/IBF/WBA/IBA world light heavyweight champion and so the winner should challange the undefeated WBO world champion Sergey Kovalev for a final unification match to settle it all who is the Undisputed real champ & BEST fighter in the Light Heavyweight division.Posted May 25, 2014 7:29 am
another kronk power puncher with a suspect chin. maybe someday everyone will realize kovalev is the champion @ 175 stevenson not to convincing when asked about hopkins being next. i know it’s tough in there. superman gassed and fonfara had him and let him off. boy i tell ya’.Posted May 25, 2014 7:20 am
Yes, great fight last night tho.Posted May 25, 2014 6:01 am
Stevenson is The Champ at 175. But Kovalev is the best at 175. Sergey KO’s Bhop and Superman.Posted May 25, 2014 5:55 am
Both showed grit and determination after the KDs. Stevenson clearly won, but Fonfara gets my respect for his toughness.Posted May 25, 2014 5:28 am