Discussion in 'World Boxing Forum' started by TEAM_LOMA, Aug 13, 2019 at 4:05 PM.
He's really boxing's Frank Grimes
If Kovalev is fine he will beat Yarde, but what spooks me is not only the plane story but also this, David B is a very reliable poster:
Oh, that's very interesting! Thanks.
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The Kova I saw in the Igor fight was a fighter ready to be beaten by a young hungry challenger.
It was not suprising to me then, that he lost his very next fight, by stoppage.
I was actually more surprised that he avenged the defeat.
But when I combine his out of the ring distractions, his propensity to do what he wants in his camps, his rumored drinking problems, and that as far back as two years ago he was looking ready to lose, I just think its understandable that the odds wouldn't be very wide.
I have a feeling this one goes to the scorecards...krusher might have started to show signs of declining power since his homecoming in Russia
Sergey Kovalev is the last fighter I'd ever bet money on to win a fight. After hearing about his later career training habits, propensity to get blackout drunk in camp, and his propensity to disregard his trainers and do what he wants......... Tangibly, as a fighter, hes ****ing loaded. Intangible? He tanked it bad in that category.
Bookies like muscles.
Journalists are all liberal worms, you can't believe anything they say about someone like Kovalev. They've been out to ruin him ever since he whistle-blew on what goes on in American gym sparring when you have a particular origin, something other fighters like Liam Williams have also mentioned but accept in a pathetically passive way in order to avoid getting attacked by the media.
Well i'm going to put a few notes on Kov. Even if he comes into the ring after drinking a bottle of vodka he'll win - he's levels above Yarde in terms of skills , experience and ring iq.