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  • Pound4PoundStud
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    Originally posted by MisanthropicNY View Post
    Bivol: "Where Stevenson's coma'd ass at?"
    Wow, don't see how that's cool last all.

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  • JohnCastellanos
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    I fell asleep during this fight, Bivol plays it safe and only engages when he sees an opening. Sorry but I want more from a pro boxer, this is basically another Lara but without the distance running

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  • MisanthropicNY
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    Bivol: "Where Stevenson's coma'd ass at?"

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  • Foolkiller
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    Multiple times during the fight I was amazed in the difference in size between the fighters. Can’t think of many middleweights that could withstand Bivol’s power if he could safely make the weight. I believe 168lbrs would be in trouble as well.

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  • clemenza
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    Well then guys can all pop for sure. But seeing Bivol again live last night, He has the body of a 68 or even a 60 pounder. Standing in the ring with smith the size deference was apparent.

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  • Southpawology
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    Originally posted by clemenza View Post
    I got news for you. Iíve seen Bivol live 3 times now and there are not many fighters even close to Level
    Hes good no doubt but I really believe Kov, Beterbiev, Gvozdyk all have the ability to KO him

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  • clemenza
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    I got news for you. Iíve seen Bivol live 3 times now and there are not many fighters even close to Level

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  • alexjust
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    Levels, eh.

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  • Comments Thread For: Photos: Dmitry Bivol Dominates Joe Smith To Retain WBA Title

    Dmitry Bivol, Joe Smith Fight Photos Gallery - Dmitry Bivol dominated Joe Smith Jr. to retain his WBA light-heavyweight title and unbeaten record on Saturday. (photos by Ed Mulholland). The Russian, 28, was in control from the outset in New York, claiming a unanimous decision win to retain his title and improve to a 16-0 record.
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