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Video: Max Kellerman on Kovalev, Pacquiao, Thurman, Spence

Video by Ryan Burton

Sergey Kovalev reclaimed the WBO light heavyweight championship he lost to Eleider Alvarez six months ago.

Kovalev controlled the pace throughout the fight, finishing with a flurry in the 12th round and winning the rematch in a unanimous decision.

The 35-year-old, who had the first three losses of his career in his previous five fights, pushed through a couple of moments of fatigue like those that seemed to affect him in the defeat that cost him the title in the 175-pound division.

Two judges had Kovalev ahead 116-112. The third judge didn’t give Alvarez (24-1) a single round, scoring it 120-108 in the 34-year-old Colombian’s first loss.

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by factsarenice on 02-05-2019

Kellerman is as smart as they come. I don't always agree with Max but I do admire him, the guy is intellectually on another level. Like him or not, Kellerman's depth of knowledge and most importantly his process of thought…

Comment by Marvlus Marv on 02-05-2019

[QUOTE=Shadoww702;19490043]Yeah that was some BS! Now days he makes everything about race. He hates his skin color.[/QUOTE] Max is an SJW now. I bet Jim Lampley doesn't return his texts anymore.

Comment by Shadoww702 on 02-05-2019

[QUOTE=Marvlus Marv;19489514]I can't look at Max the same after I saw his Tiger Woods/Trump-inspired meltdown. Hard to believe he was so butthurt about all that.[/QUOTE] Yeah that was some BS! Now days he makes everything about race. He hates his…

Comment by BIPBAP on 02-05-2019

Don't listen to Kellerman when it comes to politics. He takes the "official word" (wether it's from mainstream media reporting or dem party high ranking politicians) as the undeniable truth, and everyone that doesn't take it that way is crazy…

Comment by Marvlus Marv on 02-05-2019

I can't look at Max the same after I saw his Tiger Woods/Trump-inspired meltdown. Hard to believe he was so butthurt about all that.

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