Word has gotten out that 41 year old Russian Heavyweight perennial contender 🇷🇺Alexander “Sasha” Povetkin (36-3-1, 25KO) has retired from the sport of boxing. Povetkin was a Gold-Medalist, who medaled in the ◯◯◯◯◯2004 Athens Olympic games at Super-Heavyweight. He had an interesting professional career where he put forth many strong performances, earnings victories over the likes of Marco Huck, Ruslan Chagaev, Chris Byrd, Eddie Chambers, Dillian Whyte, and other notable Heavyweights in the last 15 years. Continue reading “Acclaimed Heavyweight Alexander Povetkin Retires From Boxing 📰”
It is easy to gloat after you come back to defeat your conqueror in the second go-around, and it’s okay to do, as it signifies some of what was pinned up after losing in the first bout. Now when you are concerned about the former conqueror’s health such as 🇯🇲🇬🇧Dillian Whyte was, after knocking 🇷🇺Alexander Povetkin damn near senseless, it is commendable, and has to be noted that Whyte took the stool from Continue reading “Respect in Combat (Dillian Whyte | Alexander Povetkin Rematch)”
Once is happenstance, twice is a coincidence, so would it occur again? Perennial contender 🇯🇲🇬🇧Dillian “Bodysnatcher” Whyte (28-2-0, 19KO) emphatically made sure that wasn’t the case, reversing his fortune by knocking out Gold-Medalist/top contender 🇷🇺Alexander “Sasha” Povetkin (36-3-1, 25KO) by way of 4th round TKO to get his WBC “Interim” World Heavyweight Title back for future plans. Continue reading “Dillian Whyte Makes it Right This Time, Gaining Revenge Against Alex Povetkin, Stopping Him in the 4th”
Who here could forget last August’s match-up between perennial world contenders 🇯🇲🇬🇧Dillian “Bodysnatcher” Whyte (27-2-0, 18KO), and 🇷🇺Alexander Povetkin (36-2-1, 25KO)? It showcased three knockdowns, two by Whyte’s hands as he looked like he was about to finish the Continue reading “What Do You Say? Let’s Run it Back – Povetkin and Whyte to Share the Ring Once Again in Rematch”
Coronavirus strikes again. Top Heavyweight Alexander Povetkin (36-2-1, 25KO) reportedly is in the hospital right now after contracting the virus. We wish him well. His scheduled November 21st meeting with Dillian Whyte (27-2-0, 18KO) to make concrete the WBC mandatory for Tyson Fury has been rescheduled to January 30th, 2021.