TARK preys on ESB punters. He’s a vampire.Posted March 29, 2014 8:36 pm
HHLondon is a hater. Pure and simple.Posted March 28, 2014 10:23 pm
Kovalev doesn’t see dinner… He sees a sparring partner level guy he is being forced to smash because he can’t get appropriate fights … When he looks at Adonis he sees dinner.Posted March 28, 2014 10:22 pm
If I was Kovalev, I would steer well clear of profiles.Posted March 28, 2014 10:20 pm
Adonis make sure you use your tampons,youve marked your skimpsPosted March 28, 2014 4:56 pm
LOL at that look on Kovalev’s face. He’s hungray and sees dinner.Posted March 28, 2014 1:16 pm
After this fight Agnew will be even more quiet. Ha-haPosted March 28, 2014 3:39 am
Don’t know much about Agnew and can only find one fight video of his online against a pretty over-matched opponent.
From what little I saw and can find on him, he looks to fight at arm’s length from a pretty traditional peek-a-boo stance… his KO rate isn’t anything special (especially against lower level competition) so I don’t know that he has much power.
Sergey stop spreading bs!! You are a talker! Jump the sinking ship of Kathy Duva!! Your father Egis should know better!!Posted March 27, 2014 8:48 pm
Im sorry but this is the kind of cr@p that ruins boxing, we already have this scenario in atleast 3 other weight divisions, and whats worse is unlike say the welterweight division where there is really arguably only two guys left on the top of the heap these guys have credible opponents in both smw and lhw divisions, its getting ridiculous.Posted March 27, 2014 7:42 pm
mike s – Okay. Agree that Stevenson, or at least his management team (Hayman) would like to put off fighting the most dangerous guy in the division for as long as possible. My point is why not get as many lower risk fights in while you still have the linear title so as to make as much money as you can before meeting the Russian? Let’s say the inevitable showdown between these two takes a couple of years before it finally comes off. Sure, we boxing fans won’t like waiting for that length of time one damn bit, but by that time the purses for both fighters will be sky high. I still have to feel that there’s solid financial reasoning for the Stevenson team to take this route – despite the fact that we fans of the sport hate to see it.Posted March 27, 2014 7:12 pm
Kovalev is the best LHW and that is why all the others have run to Showtime. Kovalev beats them all by devastating KO. In the meantime Kovalev will rake in the $$$$ with fighting regurlarly against mediocre opponents until another belt holder grows a set. The most obvious runner and ducker is Stevenson.Posted March 27, 2014 6:40 pm
Sorry imposter. You’re certainly not the real Adonis. The real Adonis is hiding behind nothing. His talk about meeting Kovalev for a lucrative payday is legitimate and backed by sound reasoning. Kovalev has as much reason to want that fight for big bucks as well. They’re the top two light heavyweights on the planet and both deserving serious money to meet in the ring – period & simple.Posted March 27, 2014 5:54 pm