“He’d be a big underdog in those fight…Roy Jones was able…it’s been done before…if the fighter is skillful enough, anything is possible,” stated former heavyweight champion David Haye, who shared his thoughts on Andre Ward considering a move to cruiserweight or even heavyweight. Check it out!
WATCH: DAVID HAYE REACTS TO ANDRE WARD EYEING TONY BELLEW OR MOVE TO HEAVYWEIGHT
Andre Ward and Sergey Kovalev certainly stand on top of the pendulum of boxing right now, with their style of fights and great boxing records, both fighters are in center stage once again as they take another shot at each other after a controversial first meeting that favored the Son of God, Ward.
Kovalev has not taken the loss lightly and is up to prove that he is a better fighter. Check out the awesome video from HBO’s Youtube channel.
Last November, Andre Ward won a hotly debated unanimous decision against the reigning 175-pound champion Sergey Kovalev in the most anticipated fight of 2016. Ward vs. Kovalev 2 happens Saturday, June 17 live on pay-per-view beginning at 9pm ET/6pm PT.
The first meeting was explosive. The rematch will be even more. Both fighters genuinely hate each other and you can expect both sides to punish their opponent and prove to each other who is the better fighter.
See the anticipated rematch between light heavyweight titans Andre Ward and Sergey Kovalev Saturday, June 17 live on pay-per-view beginning at 9PM ET/6PM PT.
Gennady Golovkin proved that he is too much for David Lemieux to handle, With the victory Golovkin is now the title holder of IBF, IBO and WBA champ. Golovkin dominated the entire fight however Lemieux fought aggressive during rounds 4,5,6 knowing he was down the first 3 rounds. This fight showed how great Golovkin is as a boxer, he is not just a heavy hitter thanks to his 400 plus wins during his time in the amateurs.
Golovkin’s biggest knack is probably not going to super middle weight or higher, as a fan i dont want to see either Canelo or Cotto to fight GGG, both fighters might not even win vs Lemieux,
GGG improved his astounding record to 34 wins with 31 ko’s 91% ko ratings with the last 20 wins all ended with a ko or stoppage.
Here is the highlight of the fight:
Who’s Next for GGG? Ward or Quillin,! I want WARD!