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Andre Ward, 32, of San Francisco, California, made his last ring appearance easily disposing of Alexander Brand with a one-sided decision win.Going into the Brand encounter, Ward has defeated Sullivan Barrera, and Paul Smith.Ward, 2004 Olympic gold medalist, has been a top rated pound-for-pound fighter since 2011 and hold wins over Chad Dawson, Carl Froch, and Mikkel Kessler.[The following interview has been translated by Monika Braid and Dmitry Golovchenko. The transcript has been provided by Eliza Kubarska, who accompanied Golovchenko and Sergey Nilov to base camp during their first ascent of a new line on the east face of Kumbhakarna (Jannu, 7710m) from March 16 to April 2.Kovalev (32-3-1, 28 KOs) was ahead on all three scorecards -- 59-55, 59-55 and 58-56 -- going into the seventh round when Alvarez (24-0, 12 KOs), 34, a Colombia native fighting out of Montreal, rallied.He knocked Kovalev down three times in the seventh round for the knockout victory.
Golovchenko and Sergey Nilov are both double laureates of the Pilot d'Or award and four-time winners of the Russian Golden Axe award.
Sergey Kovalev defends his WBO, WBA and IBF Light Heavyweight World Championship titles against Andre Ward on Saturday, November 19 at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada The fight will be televised live by HBO Pay-Per-View beginning at p.m. “I am ready too, I just want to say, let’s do it November 19 on HBO.” Andre Ward enters a slight favorite on online sportsbooks and Vegas (see the early odds below), but these numbers are merely academic in what is truly a pick’em that pits Kovalev’s power and boxing skills against Ward’s tactical counter-punching.“I have been doing this for 22 years and if I am not ready to fight the best now then I will never be ready,” said Ward. Prior to the Chilemba fight, the undefeated Kovalev, who was born in Kopeysk, Russia but fights out of Fort Lauderdale, Florida had brutally beat down Jean Pascal to a seventh-round stopped in January and knocked out Nadjib Mohammedi in July of last year.
Standing between him and securing his legacy in the sport: “Krusher” Kovalev (30-0-1, 26 KOs), one of today’s most feared and ferocious sluggers who has been waiting for Ward to shake off the ring rust and stand opposite him in the squared circle.“I think he is ready,” said Kovalev after watching Ward’s most recent fight from ringside. He is a guy who should get a lot more credit than he has.”Let’s take a look at how the bookies are calling it: At once at heavy-handed wreaking machine and a savvy ring strategist, Sergey Kovalev, 33 years old, was last in action decisioning Isaac Chilemba in July.
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