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Old 08-03-2012, 06:47 AM   #1
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Video of Dychko's recent Olympic dominating 14:4 win over the highly rated German Erik Pfeifer in his first boxing match at the London Olympics.

At 21 and 6ft 9 with the skills and footwork to match for me Dychko looks the most likely to become the next huge star in the heavyweight division. By that I don't just mean a mere belt holder I think this boy can take the lot. A Lot will depend when he turns pro though. Already having just won bronze at the recent 2011 World Amateur Championships losing to the eventual winner Magomedrasul Majidov while putting up a game performance. In these games I expect him to at least win bronze with him seemingly by far too great a force for his quarter final opponent Kean Simon from Canada. Which then could set up a semi final meeting with Anthony Joshua who I think Dychko could hammer and beat by 10 pts, but would that be enough to win?

After the games does he turn pro or does he wait another 4 years to compete again? Personally I would love to see him turn pro regardless of how he does in these games. Come another 4 years and he could be something like 20-0-0 or 30-0-0 and on the verge of a title shot with both Klitschko retired or at least on the verge of retirement.

Magomedrasul Majidov might just be a slight level above him now but I feel due to his young age Dychko will soon be well ahead of him if not already. He's already made giant leaps since last years semi final defeat to Majidov.

Ivan Dychko will be a pro World champion before his 30th birthday.
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Old 08-03-2012, 07:22 AM   #2
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Dychko has bulked up a bit since that photo. Never saw a man his height move that well. He can hit, punch, take a punch, and counter. Not sure if he wins gold, this super heavy class is loaded with talent, but Dychko is one to watch for sure.

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Kazakhstan's Ivan Dychko has produced a masterclass to reach the next round of the super heavyweight tournament at the expense of Germany's Erik Pfeifer.

Dychko took control of the bout in the first round, striking with a big shot that forced the referee to give the German a standing count.

The Kazakh looked at home in the ring and continued his assault in the second round.

Pfeifer was sent backpedalling by another big right and by now Dychko was firmly in the driving seat, opening up a seven-point lead heading into the last.

The German had to endure more punishment in final round as Dychko completed a 14-4 routing.
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Old 08-03-2012, 11:21 AM   #3
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wow. 6 foot 9 and has footwork ? have not seen this fella but thanks so much for the heads up! Looking forward to following him.
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Old 08-04-2012, 02:39 AM   #4
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My biggest criticism of him was that he relied on his footwork and jab too often in order to create the space he wanted. Against good pressure fighters like Medzhidov or Hrgovic it allows them to build up momentum constantly moving forward. He needed to throw more right hands behind his terrific jab and occasionally plant his feet, sit down on his punches and throw a hard combination to create more of a deterrent for guys trying to get inside and disrupt their rhythm of constant forward momentum. Basically needs to be more of a boxer/puncher rather than just a boxer.

Against Pfeifer he looked improved and seemed to have found a better balance. He threw 1,2's alot more frequently and more important he threw them while jumping into range rather than fighting off his back foot which gave him more power on his punches. He showed a very good left hook and mixed in some great uppercuts with both hands, loved what i saw. In spite of how limited Pfeifer looked against Dychko he is a very capable fighter who completely outboxed Kapitonenko at Worlds last year.
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Old 08-05-2012, 07:35 PM   #5
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My biggest criticism of him was that he relied on his footwork and jab too often in order to create the space he wanted. Against good pressure fighters like Medzhidov or Hrgovic it allows them to build up momentum constantly moving forward. He needed to throw more right hands behind his terrific jab and occasionally plant his feet, sit down on his punches and throw a hard combination to create more of a deterrent for guys trying to get inside and disrupt their rhythm of constant forward momentum. Basically needs to be more of a boxer/puncher rather than just a boxer.

Against Pfeifer he looked improved and seemed to have found a better balance. He threw 1,2's alot more frequently and more important he threw them while jumping into range rather than fighting off his back foot which gave him more power on his punches. He showed a very good left hook and mixed in some great uppercuts with both hands, loved what i saw. In spite of how limited Pfeifer looked against Dychko he is a very capable fighter who completely outboxed Kapitonenko at Worlds last year.
I thought Dycko looked good. His foot speed, balance, and ability to land uppercuts and short hooks on the inside is very rare for a large heavy. On defense Dychko is a bit like Vitali Klitschko.


Dychko still needs to work on a more functional jab, and cross off the jab. He could add 10 more pounds, and work on his power a bit too, but he has the tools to become force.


Medzhidov is has fast hands for one with such aggression and power. I agree, Dychko will need to fight a tactical, and some what boring match to beat him.
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Old 08-09-2012, 07:43 AM   #6
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Dychko beat a decent Kean with ease. He should out land Jousha, and if he does can the judges be fair?

Look for Mezhindiov to stop Cammarralle. Hoping for a Dychko vs. Mezhindov final.
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Dychko beat a decent Kean with ease. He should out land Jousha, and if he does can the judges be fair?

Look for Mezhindiov to stop Cammarralle. Hoping for a Dychko vs. Mezhindov final.
Same regarding the final. Their fight last year was very close and Dychko looks to have improved.

Only time iv seen Cammarelle down was against Timurziev who had ungodly power although Medzhidov may have a similar type we'll see. Glazkov stunned him and gave him a standing 8 and Romanchuk stunned him a little in their fight more than once and Roman was moving up from 201 lbs on short notice which shows how good of a puncher he was. Roberto has a sturdy chin.
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My biggest criticism of him was that he relied on his footwork and jab too often in order to create the space he wanted. Against good pressure fighters like Medzhidov or Hrgovic it allows them to build up momentum constantly moving forward. He needed to throw more right hands behind his terrific jab and occasionally plant his feet, sit down on his punches and throw a hard combination to create more of a deterrent for guys trying to get inside and disrupt their rhythm of constant forward momentum. Basically needs to be more of a boxer/puncher rather than just a boxer.

Against Pfeifer he looked improved and seemed to have found a better balance. He threw 1,2's alot more frequently and more important he threw them while jumping into range rather than fighting off his back foot which gave him more power on his punches. He showed a very good left hook and mixed in some great uppercuts with both hands, loved what i saw. In spite of how limited Pfeifer looked against Dychko he is a very capable fighter who completely outboxed Kapitonenko at Worlds last year.
Well done. An absolutely PERFECT ****ysis.
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Good call
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Dychko vs Joshua was very close. The scoring in round two was a joke. With another year under his belt, Dychko could be the #1 super heavyweight in the world.
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Dychko vs Joshua was very close. The scoring in round two was a joke. With another year under his belt, Dychko could be the #1 super heavyweight in the world.


Agreed. lot of rigged fights happened this Olympics..
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Dychko has only himself to blame for not fighting in that third round. Granted he should have been up by 3-4 points, not even going to the third.
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It was a fair decision. Dychko allowed himself to get a bit rattled in round 3. This is not surprising given his age and how partisan the crowd were. The commentators were VERY biased and made no comment about the crowd booing Dychko, and made it sound like Joshu was almost close to KOing him in the last round.

It seems that only in boxing do the British boo foreigners for taking on a Brit!
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Agreed. lot of rigged fights happened this Olympics..
No they didn't. There were just some **** decisions and some poor scoring, as ALWAYS happens in amateur boxing with its **** scoring system.

If Britain had rigged things, they would have chosen Ogogo to take gold over everyone as he is the most marketable with the best story to sell. Moreover, why would we just rig boxing? We had a guy get silver in the gymnastics who scored the same as the gold medal winner, but the other guy was awarded gold.

We had a national star denied gold in the sprint cycling due to a dodgy judge call and so on.

Joshua got a gift against Savon, nobody is denying that, but **** scoring happens and multiple shots in a flurry often only score 1 or 2 points in am boxing, you see it ALL the time.

The other fights were all tight, no out and out robberies, just fights where the home fighter perhaps got a close call that should have gone the other way. Same as how Joshua lost by one point in the world am finals, when he could easily have taken it, but by the same token the other guy could have won it too, it was close. The other guy got the nod as the home town fighter, no robbery, no complaint.

Some act like Cammerelle was robbed. It was close.
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