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Old 09-28-2008, 01:08 PM   #16
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Old 09-28-2008, 01:09 PM   #17
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OMG my previous reply wasn't published... hm... Let me try again:


yep, he had 2 more bouts and won both. On October 3rd he's fighting for CIS title at the same casino.
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How was Max's jaw? Why he threw so few punches in that fight? Did he quit boxing?
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Old 09-29-2008, 04:37 PM   #18
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we really have prepared very well for that fight, he was in shape like never before,but:

he almost didnt sleep three nights before because of nervousness and excitement.its probably called "fight-fever" or so.

also,we did a big mistake by coming to russia so late: we just arrived the night before and directly went for weigh-in and TV interview,then dinner and then to hotel-or this case,casino. we have underrestimated the stresses and strains such a trip brings with.

same goes with the temperature and ambiance: freezing outside,but overheated rooms do kill your stamina.for western european guys,it is a special thing to go to russia,because one hears and reads all kind of stories. also nobody of us speaks russian which makes it even more difficult.

after six rounds,the tank was empty and it was only a matter of mental strength and will not to get KOed.

hopefully we can come to russia once again to show what we are capable of.

whats alexanders next goals?
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Old 10-05-2008, 11:51 PM   #19
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boxexpert, here you go:
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3 October he won WBC CIS and slavanian boxing bureau vacant title in cruiser weight against the champion of Belarus. This ws a pretty short bout.

I will pass your words to Alexander today. It's very interesting to know behind the scenes stuff. I really hope that your next visit to Russia will be a better one - Max has still got good numbers. 1 defeat is not the end.
But when I looked at the video I saw that there was a problem with the jaw (or the cheek bone) after the fight. Aleksander was also anxious about that... It turned out to be ok, didn't it?
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Old 10-06-2008, 09:57 AM   #20
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I spoke to Aleksander today. Another bout with Maxx is ok for him
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Old 10-06-2008, 05:19 PM   #21
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yes,it was the cheek bone which looked very badly.we realised that it happened early in the fight and that was a big handicap.

what impression did max leave behind on the russian audience?

as a western europe (or american)boxer,it is impossible to win in russia.to pick up another defeat wouldnt be good for the confidence unless the purse is good.but GBU is a small federation.we would like to come to russia again,or: why doesnt alex come to germany and makes the rematch here?

alex is a very tough guy, we saw the fight vs. anders hugger which we believe alex has won. also his draw vs. ali ismailov is a big accomplishment.

however,pass our salutations over to him
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Old 10-07-2008, 05:17 AM   #22
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Alex has lost to Anders because he's been ill for some time and recovered just before the bout and he wouldn't be able to keep up with Anders for more than just a couple of rounds. This was a mistake in his starting career.

Alexander is looking for a bigger federation now. He's been rated by WBC after the CIS title win on october 3rd.

Ok, i will pass it to him, thank you.
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Old 02-20-2009, 09:55 PM   #23
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Alex has lost to Anders because he's been ill for some time and recovered just before the bout and he wouldn't be able to keep up with Anders for more than just a couple of rounds. This was a mistake in his starting career.

Alexander is looking for a bigger federation now. He's been rated by WBC after the CIS title win on october 3rd.

Ok, i will pass it to him, thank you.
how did he do today against Nagy
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Old 04-07-2009, 06:49 AM   #24
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how did he do today against Nagy
He knocked him out in round 2 of their fight.



On april the 24th he will face the toughest test in his pro career so far. He is scheduled to square off against hard-nosed Czech vet Lubos Suda in Russia's beauty St.Peter.

Suda is a top 20 fighter at cruiser weight.A cagey,experienced,and teak tough vet who can hold his own against any fighter out there.
Kotlobay will have to prove that he is a chip off the same old block.
Of course I will root for Lubos who deserves a big payday and a shot at a mayor title.He fights whoever is put in front of him and wherever the fight is staged.
Sadly,he takes huge risks ,but gets little reward.
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Old 04-09-2009, 08:45 AM   #25
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Are you from Czech Republic?

Kotlobay is steadily improving and he looked good in his recent outings. He is a good savvy fighter for what it's worth. I feel he'll outpoint Lubos in a hard, tough fight. I feel like the WBO spot will be up for grabs in this fight. And it can easily be something bigger if Ali Ismailov will pull it of against Victor Ramirez in May.
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Are you from Czech Republic?

Kotlobay is steadily improving and he looked good in his recent outings. He is a good savvy fighter for what it's worth. I feel he'll outpoint Lubos in a hard, tough fight. I feel like the WBO spot will be up for grabs in this fight. And it can easily be something bigger if Ali Ismailov will pull it of against Victor Ramirez in May.
Hi,Stalker,still looking for Strelok in the zone???

Nah! I am not Czech.I lived there for quite a long time,and I got to know Lubos there.He is a likeable and humble human being.Thats why I will root for him.
Usually,I almost always root for a Russian fighter against a foreigner,but there are exceptions.

Marina Gorka,not far from Minsk,also not that far from the zone,stalker.Ever thought of looking for Strelok there??

By the way whenever I find the time I give it a try,too.No success up to now.Strelok is smarter than me.Even among the blue skies of the second part of Stalker.
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Old 04-18-2009, 06:48 AM   #27
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Are you from Czech Republic?

Kotlobay is steadily improving and he looked good in his recent outings. He is a good savvy fighter for what it's worth. I feel he'll outpoint Lubos in a hard, tough fight. I feel like the WBO spot will be up for grabs in this fight. And it can easily be something bigger if Ali Ismailov will pull it of against Victor Ramirez in May.

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Lubos in a tough k1 fight jumping and kicking like a cangaroo
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Won, KO, 2 rounds.
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Are you from Czech Republic?

Kotlobay is steadily improving and he looked good in his recent outings. He is a good savvy fighter for what it's worth. I feel he'll outpoint Lubos in a hard, tough fight. I feel like the WBO spot will be up for grabs in this fight. And it can easily be something bigger if Ali Ismailov will pull it of against Victor Ramirez in May.
Here's Kotlobay VS Suda:
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Suda retired in round 6 due to hand injury. But I guess Kotlobay was going to win anyway. Now he's supposed to be #12 in EBU - that was the goal in this bout.
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Here's Kotlobay VS Suda:
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Suda retired in round 6 due to hand injury. But I guess Kotlobay was going to win anyway. Now he's supposed to be #12 in EBU - that was the goal in this bout.
A more motivated and healthy version of Lubos would have defeated Kotlobay in my opinion,andru.

Kotlobay is too easy to hit and too stiff a fighter to be a serious threat for any top cruiser out there.

He didnt impress me much in his encounter with Lubos who didnt seem to travel to Russia in order to collect a pay check instead of giving hell to a Russian challenger who cant hold a candle to him in terms of merits and experience.
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