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Sergey Kovalev Demolishes Sillakh With Deadly KO

Colisee de Quebec, Quebec City, Quebec, Canada - WBO light heavyweight champion Sergey "Krusher" Kovalev (23-0-1, 21KOs) retained his title for the first time, as he demolished Ismayl "The Black Russian" Sillakh (21-2, 17KOs) in two rounds. After a good first round for Sillakh, Kovalev drilled Sillkah early in the second round with a big right hand. Sillkah managed to get to his feet and then Sillkah was dropped very hard with a combination that nearly put him out cold. The fight was stopped immediately by the referee.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Light_Speed on 12-01-2013

[QUOTE=Mikhnienko;13984462]Hopkins and Showtime said they weren't interested in Kovalev as an opponent only to approve the world renowned Karo Murat once Kovalev signed to fight Cleverly. I don't blame Hopkins for not wanting to fight him but you make it…

Comment by Koba-Grozny on 12-01-2013

[QUOTE=Mikhnienko;13984462]Hopkins and Showtime said they weren't interested in Kovalev as an opponent only to approve the world renowned Karo Murat once Kovalev signed to fight Cleverly. I don't blame Hopkins for not wanting to fight him but you make it…

Comment by Verstyle on 12-01-2013

Wow,just wow,that was a deadly ko

Comment by Mikhnienko on 12-01-2013

[QUOTE=ИATAS;13984065]Duckets is literally retarded, don't mind him. Obviously Kovalev didn't duck Hopkins. He was made Hopkins mandatory and Golden Boy weren't excited about it. Hopkins said he would fight him and would not be stripped of his IBF title. The…

Comment by PittyPat on 12-01-2013

Sillakh got shellacked. :D

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