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Jennings is a good fighter, making steady progress, but he is not ready for the top ten elite of this division. He will continue to step up, but maybe an Adamek or Cunningham or even the Kingpin makes sense at this point. Haye hits too hard and fast and would get all the money in a fight with Jennings. I expect Jennings will stay in the Northeast, on NBC, and against guys just outside the top ten.

Posted June 21, 2013 8:13 am 


Уеаh Pulеv is аnimаl(bеаst)!

Posted June 21, 2013 3:23 am 


PuLеv will scholl this footbаll plауеr-Jеnnings…. Kubrаt is likе Gаlаzаghе, fаstеr brutаl, clеvеr

Posted June 21, 2013 3:21 am 


Thanks for the input guys! Something to watch, this Jennings. I think Fedosov was a decent name on the resume but next 2-3 should be steps up again. I’d try Banks-Mitchell winner then look to a name European or two. But I guess all sorts of complications exist with the contractual side of these things.

Posted June 21, 2013 2:53 am 

Ballou Armash

srminimo: I tend to agree that Jennings should get the 1st 2 victories, though I’m not quite sold on Bryant over Haye – at least not at this point in time. Fedosov, though he’s a tough journeyman type of fighter, is a B-level heavyweight who lost to Lance *Mount Goofi* Whitaker a while back. Jennings may well be on course to winning a world title, don’t get me wrong, but competition wise, he needs to raise the bar in his next 2 or 3 fights in order achieve that goal. just sayin’.

Posted June 20, 2013 6:04 pm 


I too would like it if Jennings could have 3-4 more fights before facing Haye, but if Jennings were to be offered a fight with Haye sooner, I would not blame him if he took it. As for picking Jennings over Haye, it really depends upon the David Haye that shows up to fight – but we all know that, so I’m not telling anybody anything. If both fighters show up in top form, it should be a most interesting fight, and certainly a fight that I’d love to see. Jennings is a classy guy, and I’d like him to have a great career.

Posted June 20, 2013 6:00 pm 


Whats all this hype about Jennings, Dude has absolutely no amateur backround! Toupou knocked him onto his behind, Collins body punched him to a decision! The dude spent more time body building that I assume in the ring!

Posted June 20, 2013 5:29 pm 

Ballou Armash

At this point in his career, I feel that Haye’s advantage in experience, along with his hand and foot speed, would be a bit much for Jennings. Give him a couple more tough bouts, say against an Abdusalamov or Amir Mansour for instance, then a match with Haye would be interesting. As for taking on a Klitschko, that depends on which of the brothers we’re talking about. From what I can tell, you could almost say that Vitali has one foot in the grave and the other on a banana skin. Figuratively speaking, that is.

Posted June 20, 2013 3:31 pm 


I Haven’t seen Jennings Curly. But he is getting very good reviews. Is he just more USA hype or is he up to a world-class fight? I don’t mean Kbro level because nobody is. I’m wondering what intelligent opinions are on Jennings in the 2nd tier mix….level of Fury, Hay, Pov etc…..the very good but not elite…is Jennings in the mix for title(s) post-kbro retirements? As much as I dislike him I tend to think that David hay is PROBABLY the best outside the brothers and I wonder what people think as to how Jennings measures up against him.

Posted June 20, 2013 2:28 pm 


Kovalev and Jennings are a pleasure to watch, and any fight fan who hasn’t seen them is really missing out on two talented fighters.

Posted June 20, 2013 2:10 pm 

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