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Povetkin is not Parker, he is a very different fighter, so Joshua will have to adapt to the differences, make adjustments between fights.
Povetkin is much older than Parker, he is much smaller than Parker, he has nowhere near as good a chin, but Povetkin has much, much more combined amateur and professional experience, I think he is overall the more skilled, he is definitely a more compact boxer, I think much less flawed, makes little to no mistakes, Povetkin, so Joshua will have a lot less flaws and mistakes to capitalise on against Povetkin than agaisnt Parker.
Joshua and Povetkin were both great amateurs, Joshua won the gold medal in the Olympics, Povetkin did the same in Joshua and Povetkin both have two wins over Roberto Cammarelle, a brilliant world level amateur, who rarely lost, and beat Tony Yoka twice, Filip Hrgovic, David Price 3 times, Oscar Rivas, Kubrat Pulev twice, so Joshua and Povetkin beating him not just once but twice, is very impressive.
Joshua and Povetkin both had brilliant amateur careers, Olympic gold medallists, but Povetkin had over double the amount of amateur fights Joshua had, and Povetkin won a gold medal in a world tournament in , won gold medals in two European tournamets, Joshua won a silver medal in a world tournament in , but didn't compete in as many national tournaments as Povetkin.
Povetkin is 39, he isn't as good as he used to be, but he is still brilliant, seems to be declining slowly, he is a veteran, as a professional, he has more years, more fights than Joshua.
Povetkin is a solid boxer, very good fighter, gets into that unbreakable rhythm, does what is necessary to keep winning, he can punch, he breaks down opponents, makes opponens work, goes through the gears.
I think Povetkin is not absolute top class, but he is everything but, he's just a notch below. The obvious differences here are size and age, but I think Joshua is just simply slightly better, Povetkin did have his chance against Klitschko, if he is as good as he has been made to look, why did he lose by ?
Joshua stepped up and fought Klitschko, got up off the deck, in an absolute classic, stopped Klitschko, granted, Joshua did not beat the same Klitschko as Povetkin lost to, but Joshua beat Klitschko at a time when you could put the loss down to experience, Povetkin was about 35 when he fought Klitschko, may have been in his prime, if he was ever going to be good enough to beat Klitschko, that was his time, but not only did he lose, he was terrible that night.
I think Povetkin is as good as fighters who aren't top level come, as good as fighters come who are not special, but Joshua is top level, Joshua is a special fighter.
I think the early rounds will be very interesting, Povetkin will be patient, focused, he'll probably try to work the body, slip any return shots, get the right distance, and work in spots, get back into a position to counter, when Joshua tries to repsond, but I think Joshua will be focused as well, might throw in some feints, use his jab, establish that distance which is too much for Povetkin to find the range, and if Povetkin tries to walk through the jab, he might be able to hit him coming in, land the counter right.
Joshua needs to keep Povetkin busy in the early rounds, keep throwing the jab, keep his defence tight, but keep Povetkin's head moving, keep him mentally distracted with his defence, try to catch him cold, but early, Joshua doesn't need to do that, he might need pretty much just the jab, it could be the difference, but Povetkin is great at getting inside, attacking the body, he is fluid with his attacks, mixes it up, body to head, he is more than capable of hurting Joshua, but at the same time, Joshua can time punches, if he lands the uppercut as Povetkin comes in, he will hurt Povetkin, and although Povetkin's survival knowledge is brilliant, Joshua is a clever attacker.
In relation the the Parker fight, I think Joshua's tactics should be different, he did a good job of putting Parker on the back foot, just firing out the jab, mainly to the body if I remember rightly, making Parker work, he kept him at distance, and when Parker was in a position to be hit clean, Joshua might have just landed a couple of decisive clean punches, Parker was blocking, moving his guard, aware, mobile, but he didn't have the extreme level of technical skill never to let Joshua catch him clean, Joshua was still able to hit him with enough, but against Parker, whenever Parker came in, and Joshua tried to catch him coming in, he did, but it only made it tougher for Joshua, because Parker walked through it, still cut the distance, and took the fight to Joshua, and at that point, Parker might have been getting the better of Joshua, or at least taking that control away from him, he'd swing, have Joshua trapped, and the fight became messy.
During the interval between rounds eight and nine Rudenko again wanted to stop the fight but his corner firmly insisted on continuing.
Povetkin went on to control every round winning a one-sided fight on all three judges scorecards —, —, and — He was placed at 13 ranking.
At the time, Hammer was on a five-fight win streak since his last loss, to the hands of Tyson Fury in February A deal could not be reached with Flores, and instead Japanese contender Kyotaro Fujimoto , 10 KOs signed the contract to become the back-up.
From this date, WBC would start a probation period which would end on 6 December The three judges' scores were —, —, and — The referee had warned Hammer repeatedly to stop putting Povetkin in headlocks, but he did not stop, eventually having a point deducted in round 7.
Hammer came alive towards the end of each round, landing some big shots, at times knocking Povetkin off balance. On 16 January , after unification fight Anthony Joshua vs.
Joseph Parker was announced, promoter Eddie Hearn offered Povetkin an opportunity to fight on the undercard, which would take place on 31 March at the Principality Stadium in Cardiff , Wales.
Contenders Derek Chisora and David Price were mentioned as potential opponents. Povetkin badly hurt Price with a right hand, who was then defenseless, Povetkin finished off with a left hook that put Price down flat on the canvas.
Without a count, referee Howard John Foster halted the fight. The official time of the stoppage was at of round 5. In round 3, Povetkin knocked Price down with a right hand to the head.
Price got up and came back strong landing some hard punches of his own. Price hurt Povetkin late in round 3 with a left hook which resulted in Povetkin falling backwards towards the ropes.
The referee ruled it a knockdown due to the ropes holding Povetkin up. Price did not take advantage of the knockdown, but it looked as though he had tired himself out.
From April up until the end of June , both camps of Anthony Joshua , 20 KOs and Deontay Wilder were in deep talks around the super fight to finally take place.
Many British pundits and trainers spoke around how Joshua should not underestimate Povetkin and how he would pose a big threat to Joshua.
In front of nearly 80, in attendance, Joshua overcame a short struggle, eventually coming out with a victory in round 7 through TKO to retain his world titles.
Using his movement and coming in and out, Povetkin had Joshua hurt early on with his big shots. In round 2, Joshua's nose began to bruise.
From round 5, Povetkin began to tire. Joshua dropped Povetkin with a left hand to the head in round 7. Povetkin got back up but Joshua was straight back in with a flurry of hard shots, before the referee mercifully stopped the fight.
In the post-fight interview, Joshua stated, "I've got my knockout streak back and I found my right hand again. Alexander Povetkin is a very tough challenge.
He provided that, he was good with left hook. I realized he was strong to the head but weak to the body so I was switching it up. Every jab takes a breath out of you and I slowed him down.
Povekin connected with 43 power shots compared to the 37 Joshua landed. In November , according to his promoter Andrei Ryanbinsky, Povetkin would retire after two more fights.
By the end of December , Povetkin recovered from elbow operations following his loss to Joshua and stated he would start a training camp in January , hoping for a fight in April.
A few names had been reported such as Dillian Whyte and Oleksandr Usyk. Povetkin scored a twelve-round unanimous decision against Hughie Fury on 31 August at the 02 Arena in London on the Vasyl Lomachenko vs.
Luke Campbell undercard. All of the officials had the bout exactly the same — — for Povetkin, who turned 40 two days later.
Both shared a split decision draw after twelve rounds, the first draw of each fighter's career. In the ring following the fight, Povetkin and Hunter spoke about their desire for a rematch to settle the score.
The fight began at a furious pace as Hunter came out fast and rocked Povetkin multiple times in the first round. The two relatively small heavyweights traded hooks and did not hang around before jumping in close.
Hunter's speed continued to trouble Povetkin in the second as he wobbled the Russian again, who stood firm and refused to wilt early on.
Povetkin appeared to have somewhat weathered the storm by the third and fourth rounds as Hunter's punches had less of an effect on him and he returned fire with shots of his own.
The tables turned for a moment in the fifth as Povektin rocked Hunter with a left hook. The year-old staggered backwards and was seemingly kept up by the ropes, though no knockdown was given.
Action died down slightly in the sixth but reignited in the seventh as both men traded in the middle of the ring and appeared to hurt one another with their respective power punches.
As the bout drew deeper into the second half, the pair simply could not maintain the pace of some of their earlier exchanges and things became scrappy at times.
Hunter appeared to be landing the cleaner shots, catching Povetkin as he came charging forwards before utilising his own effective aggression. By the tenth, Povetkin appeared to have expended all of his energy and in the eleventh he began to grab hold of Hunter while being repeatedly caught with right hands.
Come the final session, the result seemed to be heading in the American's favour, but his lackluster efforts in the last minutes proved to cost him as the result was read out as a split decision draw: — Povetkin, — Hunter, and — draw.
Hunter said post-fight: "I don't make the scores so there's nothing I can say on it. I think I've done enough, but obviously the judges didn't think so, I hope I get the chance to fight him again.
Absolutely, I will do it again for sure. Povetkin won the fight via technical knockout in the fifth round to capture the WBC interim title.
Whyte started off very well and controlled the fight in the first four rounds, knocking Povetkin down twice in the fourth. However, 30 seconds into the following round, Povetkin landed an uppercut which left Whyte laid flat on his back, prompting the referee to call a halt to the contest.
Povetkin has a daughter named Arina with his ex-wife, Irina. Both fighters were trained by Valery Belov. Povetkin has declared himself a Rodnover , he wears a Perun Axe necklace and has the Star of Rus tattooed on his inner left biceps.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Russian boxer. In this Eastern Slavic name , the patronymic is Vladimirovich and the family name is Povetkin.
Sasha Russian Vityaz White Lion. Medal record. Haven't seen that in a long time. This is getting ridiculous. Any time Okolie throws a shot, he holds.
Askin continues to look at the ref, wondering why he isn't doing anything about it. Boy, this Okolie-Askin Fight is dragging. The referee is starting to get agitated.
Askin needs to capitalize on the mistakes Okolie's making. Emotions are getting the best of the year-old. Askin's veteran tactics are getting the best of him.
If it goes to a decision, that point could loom to be large. JoshuaPovetkin pic. Needs to stay on outside and use the jab.
Been effective when he has actually done it. A big step up in competition for Okolie, who needs to stay composed and not let the moment get to him.
David Price has just quit at the end of the 4th round due to an arm injury. Sergei Kuzmin wins by TKO.
Price by fourth-round TKO when Price doesn't come out for the fifth round. Kuzmin used his power to control the first two rounds, but Price seemed to rebound in the third to get himself back into it.
Nothing out of the ordinary seemed to occur in the fourth round to where Price would have hurt his arm. It appeared Price's trainer pulled him and said he had enough.
Price said after the fight he felt like he broke his arm and would like a rematch with Kuzmin when he's healthy. Stays patient. He has trust in his punch power and talent.
Even if the desire is there to face Wilder, would he be content to come to London to face AJ? Undoubtedly he would ask for more of the purse, which could create problems in negotiations.
Whyte has improved significantly and there is a grudge there, which would drum up interest, but it would be tricky to convince most a different outcome to their first fight is possible.
Joshua is not even close. Very, very clear to see, avoid me at all costs. This one is over, but head over to BetHard for all your boxing odds!
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Povetkin is a tough challenger, he proved it, good counter punches, I came in here to have fun, work on what i worked in the gym. I knew he was weak to the body, switching it up.
It could have taken seven, eight or nine rounds, but the goal was to get him out of there. It was the left hook that changed the fight, before a right sent the Russian sprawling into the corner.
After getting back up to his feet, several shots missed barely, before a straight right down the pipe forced the referee to intervene.
A lot of body work from Joshua in this fight, perhaps the most of any fight in his career. Will that be significant late on?
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