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Alex

@Pawel
are you out of your mind man?
Tony Thomson better Version of Joe Louis xD

Haye better Version of Ali xD

Sam Peter better Version of Foreman xD

No one of these Fighters are even 10% of Ali , Louis , Tyson or Foreman you stupid idiot

Posted September 3, 2014 11:36 am 


TARK

Adrian.., “Even in minto fight he didn’t look the same even though he won and droped minto in the 12 th round”

Minto is such a bad fighter, that he was an automatic early KO for Chris Arreloa… I also think Arreola sucked as a title challenger… His skills were terrible.

Posted August 30, 2014 11:40 pm 


Pawel

Klychko has no fair opponent there is no chance. They say Mahmood Ali this is nothing David Gaye modern Ali is beaten. Smoking Man Joe Fraser not a problem modern Del Boy has beaten. George the Foreman a old fashioned Sam Peter. Mike Tyson, we already beat French Tyson a modren Tyson. Lennox Lewis was beaten on card. They say Joe Lewis but a better version is Tony Thompson

Posted August 26, 2014 11:39 am 


Pawel

modern Volodymyr is nonbeatable. No loss is legtimate. Not like ‘china chin’ Lennox Liar

Posted August 26, 2014 11:28 am 


Adrian

Tark I respect your oppinion , as I said untill the Brewster fight Krasniqi was as he was expected to be as a promising hw but in a Brewster fight after 7 good rounds by him he thought he had the fight in a pocked and was looking to ko him which was a huge mistake because he started lowering his left hand low and stayed close to Brewster and for that he paid a price , all the fights after Brewster he had he wasn’t the same trust me I know him personally … Even in minto fight he didn’t look the same even though he won and droped minto in the 12 th round … Krasniqi who had a war with Hofmann and beat Sinan samil Sam and ko’d Whitaker prior to Brewster fight would eat dimitrenko for breakfast but he was past his prime and not trained like he use too , example is a pullout from the fight against banks due to his injurys and retired for good after that !

Posted August 25, 2014 11:17 pm 


TARK

Adrian.., “Tark I see you have no clue about Krasniqi”

That’s just my opinion. You can have yours.

Maybe I’m judging him harshly.. I’m going by the Brewster and Dimitrenko fights.. Krasniqi was too wide open and punchable for me. I thought a KO loss was inevitable as the fight went on, and that Brewster was going to nail him.

I didn’t think much of Dimitrenko either. He didn’t have a jab or a defense either. Not according to what I like to see on a title challenger of title holder caliber fighter… but he did away with Krasniqi.

Posted August 25, 2014 7:34 pm 


Nameless

Wlad sparked badly in training.

Posted August 25, 2014 2:28 pm 


gumboot

Boxtrdumass. We all know that you spend most of your time pulling your miniscule muscle in mammas basement. Or at least when you are not two inches up your jester.

Posted August 25, 2014 2:09 pm 


Boxtradamus

Pulev would have squeaked out the win. Now we have to wonder if the fight really gets rescheduled. I never pull a muscle and will always reign as heavyweight champion of the world at picking WINNERS in fights!

Posted August 25, 2014 1:19 pm 


Luke

Pulevs beats all the other so called top heavyweights but Klitschko is too strong

Posted August 25, 2014 11:32 am 


Anonymous

Wladdy has fought nothing but bus driver”s for the last 10 years.

Posted August 25, 2014 10:49 am 


rod

pulev is good, wlad is much better. lets see if the fight even takes place.

Posted August 25, 2014 10:44 am 


Brazilian Boxing Fan to huckster

Yes, unfortunately. I do hope Wlad gets 100% soon and that his fight against Pulev happens in the end of 2014.

Posted August 25, 2014 10:16 am 


huckster

fight is off to be rescheduled. ahhhhhhhhhh!

Posted August 25, 2014 10:10 am 


Brazilian Boxing Fan to Vladimir S

Wladimir Klitschko´s professional record is 62-3-0-0 (53 KO, 3 losses by knockout).

Posted August 25, 2014 10:06 am 


wes

BS.pulev was suppose to fight tyson fury in a ibf mandatory but fury (punk) back out. pulev and his handlers wanted that fight. also adamek,jenning back out. these top contenders were afraid to be in the ring with pulev. anyway klitschko beat pulev.

Posted August 25, 2014 9:27 am 


K-2- Fan

@ Boxterdummy ; ” Haye outjabbed him ( Wlad ) , but just didn’t throw enough “…. Only your ” predictions “, can rival this idiotic statement !

Posted August 25, 2014 9:20 am 


huckster

Most Germans are huge fans of the K-bros.

Posted August 25, 2014 8:57 am 


Bo Bo Olson

Tark and Adrian covered some of this.
Tyson Fury…ducking….ducked Ustinov who is put down by the author, when talking about Pulev.
Dereck Chisora, Why…way back then he’d a won few fights in a row; or had a ‘draw’ vs Helanius….only an interest in England.
Bryant Jennings,…who?
Chris Arreola beaten a couple of times …no draw in Germany.
Alexander Povetkin…fight someone any one ever heard of…hell he lost to Huck.
Carlos Takam Who???
and Deontay Wilder, they’ve been dodging a live body from the get go….must know something everyone else don’t….glass chin???

instead matched him against guys like Tony Thompson…avoided until his very late ’30s…did Price a job or two…pretty good top gate tender, won unexpectedly after Pulev…will fight any one, anywhere…would like to see him vs Wilder, but they ain’t foolish enough to put Wilder in the ring with someone dangerous.

Alexander Dimitrenko,…up to Chambers The Coming Thing at least in Europe, was not a given for Pulev…paid for his law degree, more than likely got a couple of houses in Russia.

Michael Sprott, high level often dangerous journeyman, for good hard rounds….will beat some one when least expected. In Europe then a name more than he is now.

Alexander Ustinov…big and tough…big and tough enough that Fury ran from him. Good tough fight. Was there a European Belt on that? Was made to look slow and clumsy.
A European Belt is lots higher than an “International”.

and Derric Rossy….a who if I can remember the fight…from Italy…Italian Heavy Weight Champ….nothing special….perhaps it was to defend Pulev’s European belt or for a vacant one. Can’t remember.
That means a hell of a lot more than the North American one….depending on if its the real one or that fake EU belt.

Posted August 25, 2014 4:32 am 


aj1575

Kubrats problem is not his lack of power; his problem is, even though he is a very good boxer, there is not one point in which he is better Wlad. Wlad is bigger, punches harder, jabs better, is at least as fast, has much more experience, and has a very good defense.
So what can Pulev do? If he fights like he fought his other opponents, he will lose an UD, or get KOed by a one-two. He can try to adjust an come forward more, but this would make it even worse, because he would ran into Wlads punches.
As for Pulevs opponents so far; they were quite good. But he has an UD against Thompson, a guy who was knocked out twice by Wlad with ease. Dimitrenko was brought up very carefully, and would probably be slaughtered by Wlad. Ustinov is also okay, but nowhere near top level.
And for the fighters Pulev did not fight; Chisora would be interesting, Fury would be outboxed and KOed by Pulev (Fury can’t take a punch). Arreola would also have a hard time against this technically skilled fighter. Wilder is a dark horse and difficult to asses, but Pulev would be a real test for him; I don’t think Wilder can beat Pulev.

To go back to Wlad-Pulev. It is a missmatch for Pulev, he has to fight a boxer who is very much like himself just better in most aspects.

Posted August 25, 2014 3:53 am 


punch

Grabimir hasn’t been down in a decade because he’s been such an OCTOPUS, get it?

Posted August 25, 2014 3:53 am 


Anonymous

yeah, fcukster, that’s why wlad hasn’t been down in a decade.

Posted August 25, 2014 3:27 am 


huckster

It don’t take a whole lot of power to put Wlad on his butt. You just have to hit him that is the catch. If a boxer can drop someone with a body shot, there must be some power behind that left. The problems has been a follow up right has not been needed. Pulev dropped a lot of people with his left and lucky they did not get his right.

Looking for a good fight. Pulev is a big guy.

Posted August 25, 2014 2:40 am 


Adrian

Tark I see you have no clue about Krasniqi , for your information Krasniqi beat wladimir klitchko one time in amateurs and was a bronz medalist in Olympic Games in Atlanta , before Brewster he had only one loss to polish saleta not because he was beat but just wasn’t prepared at all for that fight and quit even though he was wining the fight big and by the way he avanged saleta right after that and ko’d him in the first round …
Krasniqi ko’d lance Whitaker in round 6 who at that time was feared by most and had only. 1 loss ( he ko’d Whitaker before sultan ibrahimov did that the Media made a big deal about
it ) , Krasniqi after Brewster loss tried to get a reamatch that don king promised but never got and after that he just lost interes and never prepared himself well and was well past his prime , krasniqi after Brewster was not the same one ,don’t just coment on looking at their record and assume on that .

Posted August 25, 2014 2:12 am 


RAMA

Pulev has enough power to knock anyone out. He’s the only guy to stop Dimitrenko and Ustinov. He batters people down. He’s 6’5″ X 250, very strong, and can swing. Tough SOB too.

Posted August 25, 2014 2:01 am 


punch

If you can outjab Grabimir you’ll beat him. Now timing, speed and accuracy are the determining factors. Grabimir HOLDS all the cards in this fight and Pulev will need a mere miracle to win, he’ll never get a decision and he can only win by KO. Pulev should go for broke if he can take a few shots just to land one he MAY strike gold and shatter Grabimir’s glass jaw. Since Pulev lacks power and love to box he stands no chance.

Posted August 25, 2014 1:11 am 


dick tiger

Anyone know if the fight is being televised in the States?

Posted August 25, 2014 12:16 am 


TARK

Krasniqi was a horrible fighter.. He got his ass kicked regularly.

Wladimir was in perfect condition… He didn’t punch himself out… He could barely get off his stool for the 2nd round… He blood work and urine sample were lost… They disappeared from the hospital and the commission.

Wladimir knows he was drugged and you can ask him about it… He’ll tell you how he struggled to get answers.

He hired lawyers and an entire legal team and tried to get a federal investigation going.

Gamblers made late bets on Brewster and moved the odds massively just before the fight… They made millions… If you check the fight on youtube.com you’ll hear Jim Lampley talking about the late money on Brewster and the way it moved the odds massively… It was very unusual activity — Wladimir is still certain he was drugged and will wait for Judgment Day for it to be cleared up.

Posted August 24, 2014 11:58 pm 


Boxtradamus

Pulev just isn’t GOOD enough. Power isn’t the factor or else Floyd would have LOST to Canelo. SKILLS is the factor. Pulev simply isn’t GOOD enough. There’s nothing else to SAY other than to go take some SKILLS courses.

Posted August 24, 2014 11:51 pm 


Adrian

Tark I agree with you everything you said exept against Brewster , I don’t think the reason wlad lost is because he was drugged but because he out punch himself thinking Brewster was finished , Brewster won exactly the same way in a few fights after when he was defending the title against luan Krasniqi , luan was beating him for 8 rounds until he got caught badly and outpunched himself trying to stop Brewster who was barley on his feet standing but got the win.

Posted August 24, 2014 11:40 pm 


TARK

Wladimir has one KO loss because he was drugged…

He has one KO loss vs Puritty because he had the flu and weighed only 224.. He felt weak but went ahead.. He ran out of gas against a 250-pounder after winning each of the first 10 rounds.. His corner stopped the fight at the same time Wlad said he could feel Puritty weakening from the massive effort of stopping him.. Wlad’s second got into the ring and walked towards the referee … The referee had no choice but to stop it with Wladimir way ahead and still on his feet.

He has one KO loss because his technique was terrible… NO excuses… Wladimir was punched hard and knocked down 4 times… but was on his feet at the stoppage.

Wladimir knew something was drastically wrong because he was getting punched without letup… The next day he called Emmanuel Steward.

Posted August 24, 2014 11:03 pm 


Adrian

Boxtra , haye didn’t throw punches because he knew he would have been open for a tkfo that’s why!

Posted August 24, 2014 10:50 pm 


Adrian

Brza- I agree with your last post 100% you absolutely correct !

Posted August 24, 2014 10:46 pm 


Adrian

Laj – only haters will say wlad has a glass chin , he has ko losses yes not because of his chin but because of his mistakes and bad strategy

Posted August 24, 2014 10:44 pm 


brza da originator

This version of wlad is the most untouchable fighter in the world at there weight class except dre ward but if GGG moves up hes more dangerous to dre than anyone at heavy is for wlad . Thurman n Pac wit their styles potentially give May a lot of problems . If rigo stays at 122 hes pretty untouchable but word is hes headin to 126 where lomanchenko awaits . Wlad is a victim of his own sucess n definately a top 3 p#p . Guys say wherez his Ws over hof but ain t no one gonna get in the hof while the k bros were holding all the titles . Heavyweight is an entity on itself u cant get multi weight champs fightin the top guys ( bar rjj who won his strap n correctly hightailed it back down to LH)

Posted August 24, 2014 10:44 pm 


Boxtradamus

The shots that Wlad is vulnerable too are the shots right down the pipe. Haye out jabbed him but just didn’t throw enough. He let Wlad out work him which is unacceptable.

Posted August 24, 2014 10:40 pm 


Adrian

A correction wlad is not 62-2 but 62-3

Posted August 24, 2014 10:35 pm 


laj

brzq, agreed, not great, but not weak either. I say Haye destroy Chisora who is supposed to have this great chin with one punch, but he couldn’t even wobble Wlad, so really old argument. I would have said his stamina used to be more in question than his chin, but he also seems to have solved that problem by pacing himself.

Posted August 24, 2014 10:27 pm 


brza da originator

@laj agreed this is not welter its heavyweight n unless ur oliver mccall if a world class 220 plus guy connects ur goin down . Wlad has an ok chin I seen him eating a few big shots yrs ago n stayin calm n throwin back . He don t have an ATG chin like his big bro but u don t become an 8 yr heavyweight champ fightin all the top guys without having a beard

Posted August 24, 2014 10:23 pm 


badger

hope to watch this match.

Posted August 24, 2014 10:19 pm 


laj

Really name one fighter that ever stopped Wlad with one punch. the whole weak chin argument is old as h–l. The two hardest punchers in the division at the time they fought Wlad, Peter & Haye couldn’t do it, so this entire weak chin is old and dead.

Posted August 24, 2014 10:08 pm 


WHAT!?!

The HW scene won’t get interesting until Parker and Joshua have had 10 more fights. Throw in an upcoming American and Eastern Euro, then we have a HW division that will hold some interest.

Posted August 24, 2014 10:03 pm 


WHAT!?!

So by most, this Pulev is the next best HW? When Wlad destroys him, you will see the difference between an elite HW and a ‘B’ level HW. Considering Povetkin is already been dusted, there won’t be anyone left for Wlad after this one. The supposed contenders like Wilder, Fury, Stiverne, Chagaev, Jennings, Perez, Ustinov, Glazkov etc, just aren’t skillful enough.

What would be interesting is a Super Six/Eight tournament like the Super Middles with no Klitschko. At least there would be some very even match-ups. ‘C’ level even, but even none the less.

Posted August 24, 2014 10:01 pm 


brza da originator

Would ve liked to see pulev fight 2 more top 10 guys before he takes on da boss . For the division s sake ( it would have made it a better more marketable fight ala haye ) for pulevs sake who would ve been better prepared n for Wlads sake who wouldve got more credit for the win

Posted August 24, 2014 10:01 pm 


Koolz

Wlad will KO or TKO him by the sixth round. he will have better timing on his shots and will have better foot work. His right will come out and destroy Pulev.

Posted August 24, 2014 9:54 pm 


Anonymous

Don’t think too hard Matthews… Your head will explode and you’ll get cerebellum all over the place.

Posted August 24, 2014 9:49 pm 


matthews

Well duh

Posted August 24, 2014 9:12 pm 


TARK

Who Pulev knocked out.

Posted August 24, 2014 8:01 pm 


TARK

BTW.., Fury also pulled out of a fight with Alex Ustinov.

Posted August 24, 2014 8:01 pm 


TARK

This pundit says.., “Guys with a good chance of beating Pulev, like Tyson Fury, Dereck Chisora, Bryant Jennings, Chris Arreola, Alexander Povetkin, Carlos Takam and Deontay Wilder.”

Fury was already matched with Pulev, but pulled out of the fight… Adamek was matched with Pulev as well, but pulled out of the fight…

Arreola would get murdered—he couldn’t handle Vitali Klitschko’s jab at all… Adamek’s jab had Arreola looking as lost as George Foreman versus Jimmy Young.

Bryant Jennings is a great athlete, but he doesn’t have a jab… He doesn’t have the amateur background to beat Pulev right now…

Takam would give Pulev a good fight, but nobody is breaking down the doors to see Takam fight… Povetkin would be a tough fight, but I believe he already nixed one Pulev fight…

Wilder would be tough but he lacks a finished jab as well… Pulev would likely outpoint the unskilled Deontay fairly easily.

Posted August 24, 2014 7:59 pm 


Spelliban

Uniformed??? or Uninformed. Oh the irony.

Posted August 24, 2014 7:37 pm 


gumboot

Agreed Mr Gav. Klitchko inside 7 for mine. But Pulev a better opponent than recent others and more deserving than most other”contenders”

Posted August 24, 2014 7:27 pm 


Mr Gav

You don’t need big power to knock out klitchcow you just need the skills to land it! And pulev May have that. I think he stands a better chance the his last few opponents but still think he klitschko will win without too much bother

Posted August 24, 2014 7:20 pm 



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