The Rangy Counter-Puncher
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To add to what I said above. A lot of people say Scott's boring etc. But the reality is that when he gets his jab going and everything, he dominates his opponents so much that it looks uneventful. Like against Tupou, Scott had his hands low, and was battering Tupou with jabs and combinations and avoided everything Tupou threw at him. Bryant Jennings just fought Tupou, Tupou had already lost to Scott one sidedly. And despite Jennings knocking Tupou out in impressive fashion, he struggled with Tupou a lot more then Scott did. And I like Jennings a lot, I think he's very good, just an observation though.
Scott is a darkhorse. And has been avoided a lot, due to how awkward he is to fight, and how good he is. So basically, he just has to sit around and wait to see who makes the mistake of picking him as an opponent. But, Scott's been staying in great shape as of late, is a tall and rangy guy with good footwork and hand speed and has very good defense. And, against Tupou, you got the sense that Scott had many more gears he could step up to if he's forced to, which I think will happen against Glazkov.
All in all you have a great heavyweight match up here. I personally feel Scott and Jennings are two of our best heavyweights along with Wilder who seems to be improving and is stepping his competition up. And, I believe Price and Fury are the UK's best HW's. I think these guys will carry the torch when the brothers Klitschko retire.