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Old 05-08-2014, 11:25 AM   #1
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Default Oleksandr Gvozdyk's pro career

Following his impressive debut last month, he's now listed next week on the undercard of Ruiz-Quazeda.
His imponent will but an opponent from Ghana named Michael Gbenga.
His record looks impressive with 18 KO's in 18 wins and UD losses last year vs Chilemba and Andre Dirrell, so it is a huge step up.

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Old 05-08-2014, 11:29 AM   #2
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Gvozdyk has had 9 WSB fights and probebly faced better fighters in that than this guy, he should be moved quickly
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Gvozdyk has had 9 WSB fights and probebly faced better fighters in that than this guy, he should be moved quickly
No doubt but still a strong opponent for your second pro fight.
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best up n coming prospect at light heavy, A level in every department
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Following his impressive debut last month, he's now listed next week on the undercard of Ruiz-Quazeda.
His imponent will but an opponent from Ghana named Michael Gbenga.
His record looks impressive with 18 KO's in 18 wins and UD losses last year vs Chilemba and Andre Dirrell, so it is a huge step up.

Your thoughts on Gvozdyk
I love his style.True fun to watch for my sore eyes.
He is among my favourite fighters of whom I try not to miss a single show.
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Old 08-26-2015, 06:04 PM   #7
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best up n coming prospect at light heavy, A level in every department
A pity that he is quite humble outside the ring! He doesnt possess Usyk's,his compatriot,colourful and flamboyant charisma,lacks Usyk's quick-witted replies to questions,Usyk's funny way to tell jokes or entertain other people.
Gvozdyk is an artist inside a ring,but a normal human being outside one.
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A pity that he is quite humble outside the ring! He doesnt possess Usyk's,his compatriot,colourful and flamboyant charisma,lacks Usyk's quick-witted replies to questions,Usyk's funny way to tell jokes or entertain other people.
Gvozdyk is an artist inside a ring,but a normal human being outside one.
I'm curious now, how would you describe the other Ukrainians personalities?
Lomachenko, Berinchyk, Khytrov?
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A pity that he is quite humble outside the ring! He doesnt possess Usyk's,his compatriot,colourful and flamboyant charisma,lacks Usyk's quick-witted replies to questions,Usyk's funny way to tell jokes or entertain other people.
Gvozdyk is an artist inside a ring,but a normal human being outside one.
I don't know about that. He is reserved, I know there are some dark issues with his parents, Robert Garcia mentioned that Gvozdyk doesn't drink at all because his mom or both his parents have serious issues with alcohol.
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Old 10-05-2015, 10:40 AM   #10
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I'm curious now, how would you describe the other Ukrainians personalities?
Lomachenko, Berinchyk, Khytrov?
Haha! Sorry, I am not a psychologist.Gvozdyk is just no born entertainer who likes the big stage.The pro game is as much entertainment as it is sport.In order to sell tickets you have to be
1) fun to watch
2) a national hero
3)have the support of a big american,german,british or japanese tv channel
4)a powerful and well connected western promoter.

Sure,Gvodzyk is fun to watch but he wants to earn big bucks in the western world.He just lacks the necessary character to do so.Dont get me wrong here! He is certainly be able to capture a world title and earn some decent pay checks,but I for one very much doubt that he can really earn the big bucks out there .Talent and skills are not enough.
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Haha! Sorry, I am not a psychologist.Gvozdyk is just no born entertainer who likes the big stage.The pro game is as much entertainment as it is sport.In order to sell tickets you have to be
1) fun to watch
2) a national hero
3)have the support of a big american,german,british or japanese tv channel
4)a powerful and well connected western promoter.

Sure,Gvodzyk is fun to watch but he wants to earn big bucks in the western world.He just lacks the necessary character to do so.Dont get me wrong here! He is certainly be able to capture a world title and earn some decent pay checks,but I for one very much doubt that he can really earn the big bucks out there .Talent and skills are not enough.
I thought you were describing their personalities by what you were seeing in their interviews and I was also assuming you spoke Russian lol.

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