Discussion in 'World Boxing Forum' started by tinman, Jan 25, 2023 at 4:05 AM.
What are you talking about, man? Literally NO ONE underrates Beterbiev.
Hes not even on the p4p list despite the fact I rate him #2 p4p
He's definitely in the Top 10 on any reasonable person's P4P list.
I agree, but he isnt. Which is precisely my point. He is underrated. If he was American, Mexican or British he would be the 2nd coming of Jesus in the boxing media.
Well, after his hype in the UK, many will rate him.
The vid shows the technique Beterbiev and Bruce Lee used to strike with power.
Lol can’t wait to come back to this thread and laugh at you fools on Sunday.
just hope he doesn’t break his hands or dislocate his shoulder punching Yarde in the head
Didn't he knocks Usyk down twice in the amateurs? 2 separate occasions or am I making that up?
Beterbiev is a mauling fighter. we saw against Gvozdyk that Artur was ragdolling him in the clinches and on the break Gvozdyk was flailing all over the place, often times with his head down, body turned, etc. He was exposing the back of his head. It's a product of Beterbiev's physical style. Gvozdyk is an out fighter. Once Beterbiev got inside there was nothing for him. The only thing the guy could do was right hand from long range. In the 6th round, Gvozdyk landed a peach of a right cross and snapped Beterbiev's head back and Artur's legs barely even buckled. It was at that point Gvozdyk knew he was about to get the beatdown of a lifetime. The tsunami then came.
This was the most savage beatdown of a prime elite fighter in recent memory.
It's never been Beterbiev denying the fight, now that he is way older i hope they at least make the fight now with Bivol.
Not impressed & don't like his style? come on.
He was ranked in the P4P top 10 until November 2022 but he was replaced by Mexican leprechaun Estrada
It was his second stint in the top 10
He was knocked out of the top 10 the first time by Josh Taylor
He was ranked in the top 10 prior to that from October 2019-October 2020
At 37 y/o he was the oldest fighter on there during his second stint
I think GGG was the oldest one prior to him and was 38 the last time he featured on it
And Rigo the one prior to GGG at 37
The top 10 is very 32 heavy
Loma 34 (turns 35 in three weeks)
Spence 32 (turns 33 in March)
Josh Taylor 32
Jermello 32 (turns 33 in May)
Estrada 32 (turns 33 in April)
Inoue 29 (turns 30 in April)
Tinman is the Joker of Beterbiev lol.