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Old 12-17-2012, 02:50 PM   #31
Mendoza
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Default Re: Your top 10 Eastern European HW'S...

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Originally Posted by DREAMCATCHER View Post
After the fall of the wall?
1A Vitali – in a head to head sense I think he’s #1
1B ) Wlad – In a legacy sense, I think he’s #1



3 ) Ibragimov – He retired too young, but his footspeed, handspeed, and power as a combination I think were greater than those below him.

4 ) Povetkin – Can move up or down. Has beaten top ten opponents.

5 ) Chagaev – Under rated. Illines and injuries derailed his career a bit

6 ) Adamek – Too small for the Klitschko’s, but a handful for anyone else

7 ) Valuev – Big, and duruable, but only average skills

8 ) Golota – a loser in all of his big fights, but the ability was there

9 ) Maskaev – Won his share, lost his share. Poorly managed.

10 ) Zolkin – Based on being the first one to go professional

Young pros who could crack the top ten by 2020: Pulev, and Glazkov. Chakhkiev if he moves up from CW to heavy weight.

Amateur stars who could crack the top ten by 2020: Dychko ( 6’9” 22 year old amateur star with a world of potential ) Medzhidov ( Amateur star, world amateur champion, brutal puncher! ), Usyk ( speedy pound for pound type of talent )
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