Alexander Povetkin vs Dillian Whyte II is set for March 6th

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  1. Chuck Norris

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  2. ForemanJab

    ForemanJab Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    Has Povetkin even recovered yet?
     
  3. blues87

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    Basketball player knocks him out within 5 rounds
     
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    So if Whyte loses to Covidkin again, is his career over?
     
  5. Somali Sanil

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    He shouldn’t take this fight imo. Not only did he win as legitimately as you can get, he’s now fighting without a doubt weaker than last time after the illness, as he was pretty rough with it.. Would’ve been a good time to retire imo. Hope he levels Whyte again though, just for the injustice of having to go through it all again
     
  6. sasto

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    If he loses again to a 40+ guy who spent the last 2 months in the hospital I would hope he reconsiders his career choices.

    I don't like seeing the same matchup a bunch of times in a row. Usyk, Joyce, Wilder, Ruiz if he's game, Ortiz, and several other new and interesting matchups are out there for one or both of them.
     
  7. LongJohn

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    I fear for my boy Sasha but he’s got that Russian pride,man of his word. Hope he finishes Dillianabol once and for all.
     
  8. Fuzzykat

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    Could go either way. Povetkin might have Whyte's number. At this ten seconds, I lean toward Whyte fighting a more careful fight and outboxing Povetkin on a close decision.
     
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  9. Pakkuman

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    :lol:
     
  10. Rilz

    Rilz Ball don't lie! Full Member

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    I like the winner of this to fight Wilder. Hoping that is Povetkin, purely because knocking someone out cold in an eliminator should not result in a rematch for the KO loser.

    I think Wilder smashes Whyte fairly quickly, and loses to Sacha.
     
  11. Soxial experimennt 2.0

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    Hopefully Povetkin knocks him out again
     
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  12. Dance84

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    May the best man credit to whoever wins
     
  13. On The Money

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    Date seems a bit too soon to me.
     
  14. Decker

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    The delay should help Whyte. Dillian more time to recover, while Pov is just that much older and recovering from wuhflu.

    For the above and other reasons I don't think this fight s/be made. Whyte should fight someone top 10 and closer to his age.
    Pov should have a good retirement fight - maybe for the SCW (Bridger) title.
     
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  15. MorvidusStyle

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    It's possible Povetkin's manager is even dodgier than Hearn.
     
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