Originally Posted by Vysotsky
Chambers won 3 rounds and the 3 he did win were very competitive then Povetkin dominated from round 4 or 5 on. This whole Eddie was schooling him until he gassed bull**** is old. Maybe Povetkin throwing 90+ punches a round had something to do with it.
I wasn't even talking about Chambers winning rounds or something. but Chambers landed his best punches and Povetkin took them motionless like a punching bag and Chambers did damage and busted Povetkins face up in that fight. So if Povetkin wanted to quit at some point the reason for that probably was that he just wasn't willing to take more punishment and even would rather have blown a fight he was winning. If Chambers had kept it up who knows maybe Povetkin would have really quit the fight