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Old 04-22-2011, 06:34 AM   #1
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Default With 2012 close here are one man's top 30 in the super heavy and heavy field.

AMATEURSCOUTING by Karlo

And who are the most interesting amateur heavyweights? The list below is not an objective ranking about who’s the best amateur right now and so on, it’s a highly subjective ranking about potential to be a succesful professional heavyweight. Read it as some kind of amateurdraft if you like, where nr 1 is the one I would choose first (as a promoter) and so on…

(1) Oleksandr Usyk (!)
YOB: 1987
H-W: 6.3-H
Country: Ukraine
Usyk has transformed from a good middleweight to a very good heavyweight. A technical southpawboxer who relies a lot on speed and reflexes. Lost a very close fight to Mekhontsev in the semifinal of WC 2009.

(2) Roberto Cammarelle
YOB: 1980
H-W: 6.3-SH
Country: Italy
He took the goldmedal in Beijing and won the WC in both 2007 and 2009, so his merits speaks for itself. Cammarelle is a fantastic boxer who's fast, hits hard and show up good reflexes. But I heard that he’s quite happy with his amateurlife and not so enthusiastic about turning pro, but with the two golds in the pocket, he surely is a hot name for the proscene and people have changed their mind before… Let’s hope that Cammarelle turns pro, cause I’m rather sure that he will be a succesful and an exciting one.

(3) Sergey Kuzmin
YOB: 1987
H-W: 6.4-SH
Country: Russia
A skillful pressure fighter from Russia. who won the European Championships in 2010, where he beat Cammarelle on his way.

(4) Ivan Dychko (!)
YOB: 1990
W: 6.7-SH
Country: Kazakhstan
A tall, mobile and rather powerful boxer who went to the final as a heavy in the Youth world championships 2008. He also competed as a super heavy in WC 2009 where he outboxed Russias Sergeev for two rounds but run out of gas and lost a close decision.

(5) Erislandy Savon (!)
YOB: 1990
H-W: 6.4-SH
Country: Cuba
Cuban teenager who’s a fast, powerful boxer with fine skills. Became the Youth World Champ in November and won the Cordova Cardin tournament in June at super heavy. Lost to Ukrainian Kapitonenko in WC 2009.

(6) Leinier Perot (!)
YOB: 1992
H: 6.1-H
Country: Cuba
A young, fasthanded heavyweight from Cuba who became the junior world champ and the youth olympic champ in 2010. He also won the Cuban Olympiad 2010, beating Savon and Acosta during the way.

(7) Filip Hrgovic (!)
YOB: 1992
W: 6.5-SH
Country: Croatia
The Junior World Champ in the superheavyweight division in 2010 looks fasthanded. mobile and rather powerful so absolutely one to follow a little closer in the future.

( Tony Yoka (!)
YOB: 1992
H-W: 6.6-SH
Country: France
A big and mobile frenchman who became the superheavy silvermedalist in 2010:s Junior World Championship and the goldmedalist at the youth olympics 2010.

(9) Roman Kapitonenko
YOB: 1981
W: 6.3-SH
Country: Ukraine
A well schooled Ukrainian with an economic style, who behind a tight guard was some kind of surprise in WC 2009, where he took the silver and beat Zhilei and Savon among others on his way.

(10) Zhang Zhilei
YOB: 1983
H-W: 6.8-SH
Country: China
A huge chinese who’s rather mobile and smooth for someone at his size. Took the silver in Beijing, where he lost to Cammarelle in the final and lost in the semifinal against Kapitonenko in WC 2009.

(11) Joseph Parker (!)
YOB: 1992
W: 6.6-SH
Country: New Zealand
Seen as the most promising heavyweight/superheavyweight from down under since David Tua. Took a bronze at the Junior WC in 2010, where he beat the Cuban Castro on his way.

(12) Maxim Babanin
YOB: 1988
H-W: SH
Country: Russia
The best junior super heavy in the world for a couple of years. Was expected to take over the Russian mantle after Timurziev but seems to have stagnated a little lately.

(13) Yousef Abed Elghani
YOB: 1988
W: 6.5- SH
Country: Israel
A fast and mobile southpaw who competed in WC 2009 where he lost a rather close fight to Bulgarian Pulev. He also took a bronze medal in EC 2010, where he lost on injury to the eventual winner Kuzmin.

(14) Vitali Kudukhov
YOB: 1991
H-W: 6.2-SH
Country: Russia
One of the best heavies/supeheavies in Russia who's more of a brawler than a "boxer".

(15) Sandor Abdullayev
YOB: 1988
H-W: 6.5-SH
Country: Uzbekhistan
The silvermedalist from jr WC 2006 is a big man with good skills and has been doing the transiton to the senior level better than most of his “classmates” on the list. He competed in the WC 2009 where he lost to Zhang Zhilei.

(16) Niyaz Fayzullin
YOB: 1984
H-W: 6.2-SH
Country: Russia
A Russian southpaw who has done some success at the international level, in the shadow of Timurziev. He beat the american Hunter in December 2008 and also became the Russian champ in 2009 for exemple.

(17) Viktar Zuyev
YOB: 1983
H-W: 6.1-SH
Country: Belarus
The fast and powerful southpaw who won the silver as a heavy in Athen 2004 and lost in the semifinal against Cammarelle as a super heavy in WC 2009 might be a crowdfavorite as a pro, but a questionable chin might be his downfall at the end.

(1 Yunier Castro
YOB: 1992
W: SH
Country: Cuba
Only a junior but already top3 in Cuba.

(19) Osmay Acosta
YOB: 1985
H-W: 6.2-H
Country: Cuba
A mobile and technical boxer” who took a bronze in Beijing and a silver in WC 2009, but Acosta is not in his predecessor Odlanier Solis class.

(20) Michael Hunter (!)
YOB: 1988
H-W: 6.2-H
Country: USA
Although Hunter did not even got to the Olympics 2008 and lost to Cammarelle in the 1st round of WC 2009 I rate him as one of the most interesting names for the proscene. Hunter is an unusually fast heavyweight. He is both fast in hands, feet and mind. In addition, he has good reflexes which makes him very hard to hit. He might lack a little in the power department though.

(21) Denis Sergeyev
YOB: 1982
H-W: 6.4-SH
Country: Russia
Russias man in the super heavyweight at the moment. Sergeev is a fairly traditional standup, european boxer who might be a little to “amateurish” at the end.

(22) Evgeny Romanov
YOB: 1985
H-W: 6.2-H
Country: Russia
Hard hitting Russian who became jr world champ among heavyweights in 2004 and knocked out the American Deontay Wilder in a duel in 2008.

(23) Dino Mansour
YOB: 1990
H-W: SH
Country: Croatia
One of the best “juniors” in the super heavyweight division. He won the U-19 European Championships in 2009 for exemple.

(24) Clemente Russo
YOB: 1982
H-W: 5.11-H
Country: Italy
A short “boxer” who’s “slap and dance”-style is tailormmade for the amateurgame. He won the WC in 2007 and took the silver in Beijing. He could probably make life difficult for any of the much bigger Europeans, but realistically is the cruiserweight his division.

(25) Robert Alfonso
YOB: 1986
H-W: 6.5-SH
Country: Cuba
Alfonso is a tall boxer with good skills. Might be a little to defensive minded though. He’s also been stopped twice (against Cammarelle and Ouatah) in 2009, which is not a good sign.

(26) Anthony Joshua (!)
YOB: 1989
H-W: 6.5-SH
Country: UK
The English champ from 2010 who is touted as the next Big thing from UK.

(27) Magomed Omarov
YOB: 1989
H-W: SH
Country: Russia
A young fighter who's ranked top5 in Russia and got a win over Sergey Kuzmin in 2011 for exemple

(2 Vasilij Levit
YOB: 1988
H-W: 6.1-H
Country: Kazakstan
A fast powerhitter with a good amateur CV. Competed in WC where he lost a close fight to home fighter Russo.

(29) Magomedrasul Medzhidov
YOB: 1986
H-W: 6.2-SH
Country: Azerbadjan
A big surprise in the World Series of Boxing where he got wins over a couple of world ranked amateurs.

(30) Lenroy Thompson
YOB: 1988
H-W: 6.2-SH
Country: USA
He became the US future star champ in 2008 and won the Golden Gloves in 2009 with a style that is based on constant movement.



>>> Dycho and Hrgovic sound like some impresve new comers to the Super Heavyweight divison. Both guys are very young. If Camarelle is off or in decline, one of these two might win gold in London. Kuzmin if he can lose 10 pounds and work on his skills, and stamina is also a threat.
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Old 04-22-2011, 06:37 AM   #2
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Nice. Thanks.

We should keep this thread around and see how many turn pro and how well they do.
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Old 04-22-2011, 10:23 AM   #3
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Fraser Clarke from the UK could be one to watch in future but is probably a long way off turning pro.
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con shehan 91kgs ireland

beat russo last year and is regulary winning multi-nations and is only 21 ,22

very fast hands
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Old 04-22-2011, 09:30 PM   #5
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Kapitonenko is ****ing horrid and guys like Savon who can't best him certianly won't amount to shit.

Cammarelle is 30, has back problems, is past his best, and will never turn pro.

How does he mentioned Usyk but not Mekhontsev?

Dychko and Hrgovic interest me.
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Kapitonenko is ****ing horrid and guys like Savon who can't best him certianly won't amount to shit.

Cammarelle is 30, has back problems, is past his best, and will never turn pro.

How does he mentioned Usyk but not Mekhontsev?

Dychko and Hrgovic interest me.

The article was written over a year ago. Maybe Mekhentsev was not on the rise back then?

I am with you, Dychko and Hrgovic interest me. Will they be ready to medal in 2012? I think at least one of them will. A photo of the young Hrgovic is below. He's on the right throwing a punch:


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The article was written over a year ago. Maybe Mekhentsev was not on the rise back then?

I am with you, Dychko and Hrgovic interest me. Will they be ready to medal in 2012? I think at least one of them will. A photo of the young Hrgovic is below. He's on the right:


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Cool thanks for the pic. He looks solid for a guy his height and age. Dychko still looks like he can fill out a bit. No headgear? WSB?

Mekhontsev won the 2009 Worlds, beating Usyk (although it was close and questionable)
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****ing awesome.

Did a Youtube seach. He fights for Paris in the WSB. Here he is vs Kharitonov (MMA fighter and successful amateur Boxer)

[ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I3KztXRDmTc[/ame]
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Here is the rest of the list, #31 to 60. Con Shehan and Fraser Clarke is mentioned. Lots of very big young super heavies can be found competing these days.



(31) Steve Geffrard (!)
YOB: 1991
H-W: 6.2-H
Country: USA
A newcomer to the US heavyweight scene who is fast in hands and feet who won both the National Golden Gloves and the US Nationals in 2010, beating Joshua Temple and Jordan Shimmell both times for exemple.

(32) Erik Pfeifer
YOB: 1987
W: 6.4-SH
Country: Germany
A good straight up boxer who did well in WC 2009 where he lost a close fight to the Chinese Zhilei in the 2nd round.

(33) Denis Poyatsika
YOB: 1985
H-W: 6.0-H
Country: Ukraine
A short slugger who won the European title 2006, where he for exemple stopped Roman Romanchuk in the final.

(34) Danny Kelly (!)
YOB: 1991
H-W: 6.3-SH
Country: US
A fast and tricky superheavy who took the silver in the US Nationals 2010.

(35) Egor Plevako
YOB: 1990
H-W: SH
Country: Ukraine
A bronze medalist in the U-19 WC 2008, who traveled to New York and won the NY Golden Gloves in 2011.

(36) Roberto Morban
YOB: 1985
H-W: 6.3-SH
Country: USA
The National Golden Gloves-champ in 2010, where he beat the awkward Lenroy Thompson in the final

(37) David Imoeseri
YOB: 1988
H-W: 6.2-SH
Country: USA
One the best american heavies/superheavies at the moment. He's also one of the highest ranked in the World Series of Boxing.

(3 Joshua Temple
YOB: 1992
H-W: 6.3-H
Country: USA
Number one among the American heavyweights under 19 and already top5 among the seniors.

(39) Jordan Shimmell
YOB: 1988
H-W: 6.3-H
Country: USA
USA:s top man in the heavyweight division at the moment. Competed in WC 2009 but lost to Frenchman Mbumba in the 1st round.

(40) David Arshba
YOB: 1986
H-W: SH
Country: Russia
Russian wonder child as it whispered a lot about a couple of years ago. Arshba has not quite managed the praise, but is still young. He qualified for Beijing under the Azerbaijan flag, but the new passport was not quite clear so no China for him. But with a reputation as a tough cookie, he can surely become a pro to be reckoned with.

(41) Sergey Kalchugin
YOB: 1987
H-W: H
Country: Russia
Junior world champ in 2006 and the heavyweight dominator class for several years. Has now taken the step up among the seniors.

(42) Trevor Bryan
YOB: 1989
H-W: 6.6-SH
Country: USA
One of the brightest super heavyweight talents in USA and picked by many as a possible Olympian in 2012.

(43) Juan Goode
YOB:
H-W: 6.2-SH
Country: USA
A skillfull superheavy who took the bronze in the US Nationals 2010.

(44) Istvan Bernath
YOB: 1989
W: 6.3-SH
Country: Hungary
A skilful but rather defensiveminded boxer who lost in the first round to Russias Sergejev in WC 2009.

(45) Jose Payares
YOB: 1986
H-W: 6.5-SH
Country: Venezuela
He beat( a sick) Michael Hunter and went to Beijing, where he lost to Ouatah in the first round.

(46) Javier Torres
YOB: 1988
H-W: 6.4-SH
Contry: Mexico/USA
A good allroundboxer who have competed for the Mexican national team and went to the final in the US! national championships in 2009.

(47) Andrew Tabiti
YOB: 1990
H-W: 6.3-H
Country: USA
A talented newcomer to the US amateur scene, with a fluid style, who went to the semifinal in the National Golden Gloves 2010, only losing a close fight to the eventual winner Steve Geffrard.

(4 Zhan Kosobutskiy
W: H
Country: Kazahkstan
He outclassed countryman Vasiliy Levit in the final of Kazakh Nationals 2010...

(49) Simon Vallily
YOB: 1986
H-W: SH
Country: UK
Became the ABA champ among the super heavies in 2009. A heavy hitter it says.

(50) Mohammad Ghosson
YOB: 1989
W: H
Country: Syria
A technical sound boxer who compteted in WC 2009

(51) Echlin Alizade
YOB: 1986
W: 6.2-H
Country: Azerbadjan
A good allroundboxer with alot of amateur credentials behind him.

(52) Erik Brechlin
YOB: 1990
W: SH
Country: Germany
Took the silver in the Youth World Champ 2008.

(53) Omar Ibanez
YOB: 1990
H-W: 6.0-SH
Country: Cuba
A young Cuban super heavy in the same style as Odlanier Solis and Roberto Balado (short and fast). Won the bronze in junior WC 2008.

(54) Ruslan Myrsatayev
YOB: 1985
H-W: 6.1-SH
Country: Kazakhstan
A stocky fighter with an aggressive style, who went to the quarterfinal in Beijing.

(55) Frazer Clarke
YOB: 1992
H-W: 6.8-SH
Country: UK
A young fighter who alot of "experts" sees as the hope for UK in 2012.

(56) Con Sheehan
YOB: 1988
H-W: 6.4-H
Country: Ireland
A heavy just below the top of the world, who got alot of Irish believers behind him.

(57) Mario Heredia
YOB: 1992
H-W: 6.2-SH
Country: Mexico
A young promising heavyweight from Mexico who has competed in the World Series of Boxing.

(5 Javonta Charles
YOB: 1984
H-W: 6.5-H
Country: USA
One of the best heavies in USA. Charles is a tall powerful southpaw who won the Ringside World Championships and made it to the semi in Golden Gloves and US Championship in 2009.

(59) Arbi Madayev
YOB: 1990
W: SH
Country: Russia
One of the best young super heavies in Russia

(60) Modo Sallah
YOB: 1983
H-W: 6.4-SH
Country: Sweden
A good technical Swede in the same style as Attila Levin. Has been suspended for a while, but is now back in the mix and might be someone for the proscene IF he can be disciplined enough.
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(33) Poyatsika mentioned above competed at SHW in the Ukrainian Nationals this year (even though he fights at 185 in the WSB and must have been giving up at least 40+ lbs to Roman) and clearly beat Kapitonenko in the Finals but was robbed. I'll forever be pissed about it.

[ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vNHe25weOVY&feature=mfu_in_order&list=UL[/ame]
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Wow that's an exciting fight. My thoughts on Hrgovic.

I can't believe he's built like he is at 19

Chin - absolutely sold on his chin. Kharitonov is 6'4 250lbs and very heavy handed and Hrgovic took plenty of flush shots without getting hurt and reacted well when getting hit.

Power- I think he has legit power. Kharitonov has a very sturdy and proven chin and Hrgovic seemed to slightly stun him more than once in the 2nd and seriously rocked him more than once in the 4th. Hrgovic can hit but due to his style he isn't always sitting down on his shots.

Style - Like Romanchuk and Bowe his infighting skills for such a big guy are remarkable. He should learn to jab more, control range, and fight on the outside more often imo. He takes alot more punishment then he needs to (although its exciting as hell and fan friendly)

Against other top SHW's.

Zhang - He should have a big edge in handspeed and footspeed and along with superior infighting and similar size he has the tools to beat Zhang imo.

Kapitonenko - I'd be shocked if he didn't comptletely outclass Roman

Kuzim - is even bigger and probably hits harder than Kharitonov but he doesn't put his punches together as good, has slower hands and isn't as good as cutting off the ring. Unless he stands toe to toe and slugs the whole time i think he could beat Kuzmin.

Zuyev - being a southpaw may bother Hrgovic and he has good footwork, handspeed, infighting and combination punching although Hrgovic is better at the last 3 imo and along with his size should be able to win. Zuyev and Cammarelle will present him with the most problems i think. (haven't seen Dychko)

Cammarelle - depends on how much he has left but if he's close to top form would obviously be his hardest opponent. Could produce a Cammarelle vs Romanchuk epic type fight.

Gotta say i haven't been caring about the SHW's at the upcoming Worlds and Olympics but with Hrgovic and Dychko i'm excited now.
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I agree with what you said about Hrgovic. Great prospect. Needs a little work on the jab to score points, transitioning to defense when needed, and long term stamina, but like you said, power, skills, size, durability, and heart is there. He has a year to improve for 2012.
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lol only 2 Americans in the top 30.

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(20) Michael Hunter (!)
YOB: 1988
H-W: 6.2-H
Country: USA
Although Hunter did not even got to the Olympics 2008 and lost to Cammarelle in the 1st round of WC 2009 I rate him as one of the most interesting names for the proscene. Hunter is an unusually fast heavyweight. He is both fast in hands, feet and mind. In addition, he has good reflexes which makes him very hard to hit. He might lack a little in the power department though.
Is this guy related to the other Mike Hunter, the one who beat Oliver McCall?

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I wonder if thats his son...His old man didn't have power either...8 KOs in 36 fights...
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Is this guy related to the other Mike Hunter, the one who beat Oliver McCall?

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I wonder if thats his son...His old man didn't have power either...8 KOs in 36 fights...

Yes Mike Hunter jr is the son of the late Mike " the bounty " Hunter. His dad was a fringe contender / spoiler type who was at his best in the 1990's.

Mike Hunter jr is fast handed and skilled, but he's small for the division, does not hit hard. Bigger fighters that put pressure on him cause him trouble, and Hunter does not like to stand and trade.. With a favorable draw, Hunter jr can win a bronze in the 2012 Olympics. He is the best the USA has for now at super heavyweight.
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I thought Mekhontsev is now fighting at 81 kg, switching with Beterbiev who jumped to 91 kg at the most recent Russian championships. That move did not work well for Beterviec. I think he got stopped in that tournament.

I also read something a year or so back about Russo turning pro with a Don King contract.

Sorry: I am too lazy to search for the details.
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