Pulev vs. Dimitrenko Rematch is Put in Play By EBU
By Per Ake Persson
EBU heavyweight champ Kubrat Pulev have a new official challenger and that is Aleksander Dimitrenko. The EBU have set July 10 as deadline for purse bids.
Pulev, 17-0, beat Alexander Ustinov in September of 2012 in a defence of the EBU title that also was an IBF eliminator. He has since waited for a final IBF eliminator and for a long time it seemed as if it would against Tyson Fury but he pulled out just before the deadline for purse bids June 1.
Dimitrenko, 36-2, was knocked out - beaten and well behind on points - by Pulev in May of 2012 in a fight for the then vacant EBU title and have since fought twice beating Samir Kurtagic and Ivica Perkovic. Aleksander, from Ukraine but German citizen and residing in Hamburg, was floored in both of these fights.
Vacate,fight Chagaev.Chagaev never been stopped except Wlad,if Pulev stops Chagaev,he is ready for Klitschko,he simply beat the best of the rest in Chagaev,Povetkin couldn't stop him,Kubrat I think will.Kubrat afraid of no one,Fury is *****cat,Haye ran from Chagaev,cried about facing…Comment by joe strong on 06-21-2013
It's only fair he gets a softer touch. He gets a payday & a title shot if he beats dimitrenko again. I'm ok with that. He's had to sit back & watch the 2 biggest paydays of his career disappear.…Comment by sako5 on 06-21-2013
I'm a hardcore Pulevtard and I'm not satisified by this fight.Comment by ddangerous on 06-21-2013
C'mooooooon. Fans wanna see Pulev tested. He already whooped Dimitrenko.Comment by Khmelnytsky on 06-21-2013
[QUOTE=Bon Scott;13490062]Pulev should ask Fury and Adamek to face him at same time,they both run away again. Boytsov should be ordered by EBU to face Kubrat,it is a joke.Dimitrenko is hopeless it does zero for Puelv career.I hope he tells…Post a Comment - View More User Comments (11)