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Anonymous

Glazkov knows his way around a boxing ring. Has over 200 amateur fights. Not a big puncher, but should win a lot of pro fights as time goes by.

Posted February 13, 2013 6:13 pm 


knowall

Agree with roots, I doubt he will get anywhere either the way he is going. He dont bang but he is slick and quite clever which makes me wonder why he hasnt got that far. Perhaps his lack of power is holding him back

Posted February 13, 2013 9:45 am 


al bundy

just watched Glazkov fighting on youtube… He is slow… do not see him a strong puncher… he was fighting the other slow motioned guy. No jabs, no combinations, no speed…

Also, I do not understand this article… so, if you are a big guy, you are faulted? But what if you are big, strong, well-rounded, experienced, with punching power, technique, athletic, and so forth, like Wladimir and Vtialiy? then what? After so many years, yes someone could come alone and defeat one of them or both of them… but it will not prove what this article says…

Posted February 13, 2013 4:32 am 


roots

Scott seems to have been around for ever without achieving much, his record doesn`t mean much, 98% of the guys he has fought were bums.

Posted February 13, 2013 4:02 am 


Kid Blast

Tyson Fury (20-0) U.K. 6’9”*
David Price (15-0) U.K. 6’8”*
Richard Towers (14-0) U.K. 6’8”
Skip Scott (16-1) American 6’8”
Alexander Ustinov (27-1) Belarusian 6′7½″
Mariusz Wach (27-1) Polish 6′7½″*
Vitali Klitschko (45-2) Ukrainian 6’7”*
Deontay Wilder (26-0) American 6’7”*
Alexander Dimitrenko (33-2) Ukrainian. 6’7”*
Robert Helenius (18-0) Finnish. 6’7”*
Michael Grant (48-4) American 6’7”
Wladimir Klitschko (59-3) Ukrainian 6’ 6”
Andrzej Wawrzyk (26-0) Polish 6’5”
Francesco Pianeta (28-0-1) Italian 6’5”
Kubrat Pulev (17-0) Bulgaria. 6’4½”*
Manuel Charr (22-1) German. 6’4”* (perhaps the new threshold)
Malik Scott (35 -0) American 6’4”
Chris Arreola (35-2) American 6’4”*
Joe Hanks (21-0) American 6’4”
Carlos Negron (14-1) Puerto Rico 6’6” (cruiserweight)
Guillermo Jones (38-3) Panamanian 6’4” (cruiserweight)
Yoan Pablo Hernandez (27-1) Cuban 6’4” (cruiserweight)

Good luck lad!!

Posted February 12, 2013 9:42 pm 


Anonymous

Wasnt Holmes 6ft 3 thats not barely over 6ft….???

Posted February 12, 2013 8:31 pm 


Anonymous

malik is taller with the reach and he a slick fighter not easy to hit but glazkov technique is good he got a good quick jab and timing and he got pretty quick hands himself he aint the biggest puncher but he was hitting kinda hard when he fought tor hamer this a good matchup cause it can go either way glazkov is one of them fighters he dnt look nothing special but once u get in that ring with him it somthing different i like malik alot but i think i got to pick glazkov on this one to win i think scott going to be surprised by glazkov speed and counter punching and his jab

Posted February 12, 2013 8:14 pm 


Anonymous

both fighters aint really big punchers that why it going to be a entertaining fight and alot of punches thrown at a pretty good pace glazkov aint no joke he can fight but malik is a better fighter then tor hamer we all know this we all know malik had talent but he just never really fought nobody now he finally is we going to see how good he really is now

Posted February 12, 2013 7:56 pm 


Ned

Malik Scott has never lost a bout and has plenty of experience. Scott isn’t a banger, but he’s one of the slickest boxers in the division. This fight could be closer than many think if Czar gets careless or overconfident. There’s always a chance Scott could win on cuts.

Posted February 12, 2013 6:28 pm 


drx

Good match up, looking forward to this fight. Just hoping scott wont kevin johnsen the whole fight

Posted February 12, 2013 6:21 pm 



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