AJ is huge unit and has very heavy hands due to his gargantuan dimensions but it's his hand speed and combinations that get the job done most of the time. It took him about six flush power shots to put the admittedly very tough Povekin on his ass Wlad dropped him with a six inch hook I think this guy is the hardest punching HW 'How would you like to know if Arslanbek Makhmudov is so strong? Last night, at the Casino, Makhmudov terrified and knocked out his opponent. But here we are talking about Jason Bergman. It was his 45th fight. Not to mention dozens of rounds against Deontay Wylder, Oscar Rivas or Tyson Fury. In other words, mileage in the body. Bergman was shot down in two minutes. Pif, paf, boom. I found it in a corner of the Casino that served as a locker room for blue boxers. He was receiving his pay check from a board member. He was kind and affable and I asked all the questions that came to mind: "His strength is really special. He knocks hard and heavy. It is obvious that he still lacks experience and that he strikes when opening. But it's the guy who hits the hardest I've faced, "he said. Wow! Minute. Bergman made eight rounds against Joseph Parker, he worked with Deontay Wilder: "Wilder's right is faster, more accurate. But it's less strong than that big Russian. It's not a joke, it's not an exaggeration, "he added. With Rivas Bergman, who spent a few weeks working in sparring with Oscar Rivas, was still impressed. Short question, long answer. Genre: - Can Quebec fans ever hope for Makhmudov in the world's elite? - Definitely yes. He still has to learn, to shorten his strokes, but it is a force of nature. No doubt. It's an experience to face it, even after 44 fights.'