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Commission director sees no reason Ward-Kovalev result will be overruled

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18
Jun

LAS VEGAS — If there wasn’t some whirlwind of controversy circling behind after a big fight then, well, it wouldn’t be boxing, would it?

Andre Ward claimed the vacant RING light heavyweight title Saturday with an eighth-round stoppage of Sergey Kovalev on HBO PPV.

The finish came after Ward connected with a missile of a right hand that sent Kovalev reeling around the ring. Ward (32-0, 16 knockouts) went back to the body with some devastating blows, and after a shot landed square on the belt-line of a doubled-over Kovalev, referee Tony Weeks halted the bout.

Main Events CEO Kathy Duva, who promotes Kovalev, was apoplectic over the result and said afterward she planned to file an official protest Monday with the Nevada State Athletic Commission.

“I’m still having a hard time processing what I just witnessed,” Duva said at the post-fight news conference. “I saw someone who should’ve been disqualified get his hand raised.

“(Kovalev) got hit with three low blows — four actually — in the last round,” Duva claimed. “We asked the commission for an instant replay analysis. They did not give it to us. … If you look at the instant replay, which the commission refused to look at tonight, you see the back of Sergey’s cup go up one, two, three times. I’ve never seen someone knocked out on a low blow until tonight. And I have to say, I hope I never have to see it again.

” … When the fight ended, Sergey was up on one of the cards and he was down by a point on the other two. The fight was very close. At the beginning of the round, a low blow was thrown. The referee did not protect Sergey. He waved him back to fight. Then the damage started happening. He got into that corner and he (was hit with) three low blows. When you see the replay, they’re hard to miss. It’s a shame. It’s a shame.”

Ward’s final blow strayed low, but Kovalev was in big trouble well before that. Kovalev was in survival mode after the right hand landed, and his body language was that of a defeated man. He wasn’t throwing punches back, and he bounced off the turnbuckle post shortly before Weeks intervened and stopped the bout.

Nevada State Athletic Commission Executive Director Bob Bennett told RingTV.com on Sunday that he sees “no reason the result will be overruled,” though the protest will go through the process this week.

He pointed out that Kovalev was rocked by a legal, clean right hand to the jaw earlier in Round 8, and that Kovalev absorbed “a barrage of punches and several body shots that hurt him” at the finish. There’s also a reason, per the rules, instant replay wasn’t utilized on the final blow.

“I explained to (Duva) the instant replay process, that I would go ask the referee to give the fighter and Main Events the benefit of the doubt,” Bennett said. “I asked Tony Weeks ‘do you want to take a look on instant replay or are you satisfied (the punches) were on the belt or in close proximity?”

Weeks replied: “They were on the line, they were on the belt, and they were good punches, and I don’t need to review instant replay because of the punishment that Kovalev was taking. He clearly lost the fight and I stopped it.”

Based on Nevada’s regulations and statutes, if the referee doesn’t feel instant replay is needed, that’s the official’s call.

Bennett also took notice of Kovalev’s body language, and mentioned that Kovalev “turned away from Ward in Round 7, and then backed up instead of going after him. That almost could be perceived as ‘I’m done.’ Or maybe in fairness to Kovalev, maybe he turned away because he hurt his ankle.”

Did Weeks stop it a tad too soon? Perhaps. But Kovalev didn’t protest until much later when Ward’s hand was raised.

“He’s really lucky, ‘Son of Judges,'” Kovalev (30-2, 25 KOs) said (a play on Ward’s moniker, “Son of God”), referring to the controversial decision in the first meeting in November. “He didn’t hurt me. I got tired, but I still wanted to fight. It’s boxing. I could have continued fighting, but I don’t understand what happened.

“Why did Tony Weeks stop the fight? He punched me low blow already a few times during the fight. … He didn’t let me continue to fight. It was an illegal stop. I believed and trusted Tony Weeks, but he did a wrong decision in stopping the fight.”

Weeks is considered one of the best referees in boxing, and he did warn Ward for hitting below the belt in Round 2. Ward laughed at the claims, and said, “If we’re gonna talk low blows, we gotta talk rabbit punches.

“I really don’t have a lot to say about whatever they said,” Ward said. “Whatever the excuses were this time, I just don’t have the energy.”

Kovalev also socked Ward with an elbow — it was simply a physical, inside fight at times with plenty of wrestling and headbutts from both sides.

Main Events can protest all they want, but it’s unlikely to change anything.

It was Ward who broke Kovalev — mentally, physically — and solidified his status as the best pound-for-pound fighter in the world.

Mike Coppinger is the Senior Writer for RingTV.com. Follow him on Twitter: @MikeCoppinger

  • S.Dot Carta

    Fuck Ring magazine n ring tv n ring belt fuck yal

  • Raymond Strang

    Am I missing something Mike Coppinger? You have a scathing tone towards Kovalev in this article and when you speak of Andre ward ‘breaking’ Kovalev, you do mean by landing very hard low blows prior to landing the solid right hand to the chin which Kov did well to stay on his feet from. But one action clearly led to the other and you kinda miss that point in the article. Yes there was a big right hand in round 8 but there were solid low blows landing on Kovalev both before and after the big punch, one of which was seriously close to ending his prospects of further children. Yes Ward is a supremely talented boxer/fighter but he isn’t any more talented in that area than Kovalev. He is dirtier than Kov who is perhaps a bit too honest for his own good. I’m dumbfounded at the fawning over Ward that the media have made since last night. I only hope Ward follows thru’ with his plan to got to HW and face Anthony Joshua. He will need a surgeon on-board for that one to stich his head back on. Good luck with that one son.

    • Park

      Mike’s agenda, even prior to the first bout, was all too obvious. He’s rabidly pro-U.S

    • Carl bagares

      he’s moving up because he’s afraid of the other LH’s thats exactly the same with his wrestling style and punches better and harder.he still will get a belt at cruiser weight because the boxing world is protecting his foul moves.and he sure is not going HW.

  • FLOMATARD
    • JV316

      you’re no zapruder, buddy. don’t quit your day job

      • FLOMATARD

        I am Naoki Fukuda

        • JV316

          haha nice

      • Carl bagares

        this ref is blind.

  • JV316

    good article by coppinger. good point by ward about the numerous rabbit punches.

    • Mike M.

      If Ward doesn’t want to take rabbit punches then he shouldn’t lower his head while plowing forward. Punches always hit the back of your head when you lower your head.

      • Teddy Reynoso

        Kovalev was also hitting him with rabbit punches in the clinches. Kovalev does know how to fight clean in close quarters resorting to holding, wrestling and street mauling. Indeed he was boxing from afar but he was not as effective as in the first four to five rounds of their first fight. When Ward took the fight inside and began to viciously land with his left taking advantage of Kov’s low cocked right and pawing left lead, Kovalev seemed lost at what to do. So he resorted to his usual holding, wrestling and mauling.

        • Mike M.

          I’d rabbit punch the shit out of someone if they were elbowing me in the jaw, neck or headbutting as he initiates his clinches the way Ward does, or the way Ward sneaks in glancing elbows across a fighters face when he’s pretending to throw legal right crosses. Mikkel Kessler can attest to that. A rabbit punch in the clinch is relatively tame compared to what Ward does. Wards gone on record during his HBO fight commentaries that any fighter that gets fouled should respond by “fouling him right back” followed with an argument with Max Kellerman when Kellerman tells him he’s wrong for making that statement

          And what do you mean Kovalev resorts to his usual wrestling and mauling?. Wards the one who’s known for mauling, grappling on the inside, Kovalev rarely clinches since he prefers space to box. You’re just making shit up at this point.

          • Teddy Reynoso

            Oh come on, Mike!

          • Teddy Reynoso

            Kovalev does not know how to fight on the inside end of discussion.

          • Teddy Reynoso

            You are not only going historical you are getting hysterical. How much did you lose in the betting?

      • JV316

        well by your logic ward shouldn’t be penalized for low blows on a guy who is bending over from legal shots on the belt line. but logical consistency probably isn’t your strong suit, i can tell from your fantasies about ward fouls and clinging to the kessler fight, the 9/11 of every ward hater

        • Mike M.

          The cuts and bruises on Kesslers face weren’t all caused by clean punches. Ward put on a fine performance that night but lets not pretend Ward boxes “cute”, he intentionally fouls, he knows how to get away with it much like ole B-Hop does. I might like the guy but that doesn’t mean I’m gonna cut him slack on things because I like him.

          My point, was he doesn’t like his opponents retaliating to his rough housing but he shouldn’t bitch about it since he knows he does it too.

          • JV316

            but he wasn’t bitching about fouls mike. kovalev was. ward was just amused by the irony of a bully like kovalev whining and responding to that. the kessler fight was rough, maybe there was a butt or 2, but no way were all the butts intentional. i don’t see anyone ever ask themselves why ward would intentionally butt a guy 5 times and risk losing points or getting DQ’d when he was already thoroughly outclassing the guy way before those cuts. if i remember correctly ward fought a lot of southpaw in that one, and we know butts happen with orthodox vs. southpaw.

  • SREDMONS

    Sergey Kovalev has been exposed as a gutless, excuse pandering, chump with a deficit of fitness…. He was dry heaving, could not handle the pressure and Ward set him up, drilled him and took him OUT…. Beating a 50 year old BHOP had a lot of peeps fooled… I lost all respect for the Krusher last night, Insaw him quit then let his desperate promoter start churning out excuses.

    • Carl bagares

      your right,but if ward was tyson that night, he should have been banned from boxing for life.a foul is a foul.

  • Mitchell Nelms

    Where did ya dig this bucket of bias up? Coppinger’s fight report and this article are the worst this magazine has ever put out.

    • TNT

      Hale and Coppinger are really dragging this prestigious magazine to the gutter.

  • Teddy Reynoso

    Kovalev was on the verge of being stopped or kayoed at that time and it was on account of a devastating right moments before Tony Weeks finally halted the bout and the stream of lefts that Ward was viciously connecting from the first round on. It was actually Ward’s left that had been Kovakev’s problem since the first fight which took advantage of Sergei’s low cocked right and his pawing left lead. And I observed that John David Jackson had again failed to address that. If stopping it was unfair to Kovalev, not stopping it was more unfair for Andre who had Kovalev in serious trouble for a considerable time in that stretch where he was no longer able to fight back and was just bending over with just the ropes preventing his falling down and over. And what was Tony Weeks to do? The other guy was no longer punching back and in deep trouble. Kovalev had complained of so called low blow earlier even when it was borderline or clearly legal. I think either he is a little weak in the breadbasket or it was the effect of a weight reduction regime during training.

    • Mike M.

      Sergey might have been stunned by a punch and may have actively been trying to avoid Wards follow up punches but the guy was not out on his feet and he was seemingly aware of where he was in the ring, the punches that stopped him in his tracks were the low blows. Kovalev out landed Andre in rounds 1,2,3,5,6 and 7!!. They landed fairly even amounts of power punches throughout the fight, the difference was Kovalev out jabbing Andre as opposed to landing more power punches in the first fight. Kovalev should have been ahead at least 2 maybe even 3 at the time of that stoppage. What I find crazy is everyone dismisses Kovalevs skill, the first fight featured him out landing Ward with power punches in the majority of rounds, this time Kovalev landed more jabs in the majority of rounds yet somehow 2 judges saw fit to have Andre up by 1 despite only clearly winning rounds 4 and 8. I’ll never understand the reasoning, Ward managed to edge Kovy on the scorecards despite only landing his jab effectively throughout the fight and that was enough for him to run away with the 6 or 7 rounds. Using the judges scoring criteria of the first fight one would assume Kovalev was doing enough to win the majority of rounds in this rematch, its biased officiating!, non American fighters don’t get enough respect.

      • Teddy Reynoso

        I disagree that Kovalev was outjabbing Ward, in fact if you care to review, Ward was viciously connecting with his left more in this fight than in their first fight. It was Kovalev getting wary of that spearing and jarring left jabs from Ward that made him vulnerable to smashing rights that Ward was able to hit him with leading to the stoppage. Jim Lampley was right, Kovalev was out of it even before the so called low blows.

        • Mike M.

          Well I did review it all, and the punch stats support my account of the fight. Ward certainly has a prettier jab, and he was landing his shot gun jab from time to time, but Kovalev was landing his more consistently while matching Ward punch for punch, it might be an inconvenient fact but facts don’t care about peoples feelings. Ward did a better job utilizing his sneaky left hook, I’d of actually given more of those rounds to Ward if he used it more often than his right.

          As far as Kovalevs senses, if you’ve been buzzed by a punch its normal to retreat, it wasn’t as if he was rendered useless, he was pushing off, trying to create space to escape, he’s not an In-fighter like ward. Fatigue always sets in no matter how much work you put in training, he didn’t double over to protect his midsection until Ward landed his punches below the belt line, you can’t protect your head and balls at the same time lets be fair, let one of your friends nut check you and see how long you spend with your hands on your knees after; He could have taken a knee if it bothered him that much but seeing as how Weeks stopped it, Weeks likely would have waived the bout off and assumed Kovalev was conceding defeat, Weeks had already given Ward several warnings about his punches straying low so it isn’t unreasonable to assume Kovalev expected Weeks to do something about it as Ward repeatedly struck him low. These guys are the 2 best Light heavyweights in the world they should be allowed to respond to adversity like champions. Andre was doing good work in the 8th, but Krusher didn’t look weak in the knees and remained upright throughout the round

          • JV316

            lol the last bastion of the desperate…the punch stats

          • TNT

            So, if somebody refers to objective, quantifiable punches then said person is desperate. Got ya.

          • JV316

            as kellerman put it eloquently during the telecast on saturday night, the stats did not tell the story of the fight….the perceptive observer could see ward breaking kovalev down despite his throwing of many punches, some effective but many ineffectual…it’s why roy predicted even in the 7th round that kovalev was looking for a way out…watch the fight, not the box score

          • TNT

            Kellerman, a raging Ward sycophant, displays the same degree of eloquence that I do in humility. Ask somebody, preferably a disqus ringmagazine veteran, about me. I dare you. See that. It is true, I am not humble. Nor is Kellerman eloquent.

            You’d have a point if I was claiming that statistics were everything. Fight are scored on a round-by-round basis through the following criteria: clean punches, effective aggression, ring generalship, and defense.

            As far as the fight is concerned, I had Kovalev winning every round except the 4th, 5th and 8th. Kovalev landed more clean punches than Ward in most rounds–this I seen with my own eyes, which were vindicated by punch stats.

            You see an impartial observer who follows the scoring criteria would conclude that Kovalev was winning on points. However, Ward’s body shots (especially those illegal one’s below the belt) ultimately did Kovalev in. That was only apparent in the 8th.

          • JV316

            no, the shot that kovalev complained about as low in the 7th was legal, on the belt line (it was really only a tapping shot but kovalev overreacted to it in order to sell it as low and get a breather from the body attack). the shot he complained about in the 8th before the right that hurt him was also legal, on the belt line, he again overreacted to get a breather, and ward even stopped attacking as weeks was clearly stating to kov that it was on the belt, which is clearly shown by the replay. the very last shot of the fight was definitely low, one of the shots right before it may have been low, but certainly not intentional, kovalev was bending over after the right over the top and legal shots on the belt line had hurt him and he was clearly finished, and ward was digging to the body. maybe weeks could have given kovalev a count by saying the ropes were preventing a knock down? i guess, but just would have delayed the inevitable, it had been clear since round 7 that kovalev wanted out. i recognize you TNT and almost always like your posts, and i won’t argue with you at all if you had kovalev up at the time of the stoppage, but like ward i just have no patience for anybody trying to manufacture some narrative that low blows were the difference in the fight. it simply isn’t true. maybe similar to taylor vs chavez, the scorecards sometimes don’t tell the story of the fight.

          • TNT

            I don’t disagree with you about that particular punch. Still, Ward landed clear low blows throughout the fight. There is video footage that clearly supports this claim. The fact remains that it was a low blow that set into motion the chain of events that ended with a tko victory for Ward (who definitely should have been losing by points in the fight). With that said, Ward was landing leads and counters throughout the fight. He did beat away at the body when given the chance. Of course this factored into the fight–unless we are to claim that Kovalev defies what we know about boxing. Yet these circumstances aren’t similar at all to the Chavez vs Taylor fight. Taylor was winning by points. Chavez’ punches were causing Taylor physical damage. Kovalev showed no sign of Taylor-like physical damage until the nutshot–which was followed by a right and a few more nut shots and decent punches. Ward, and not Kovalev, found a way to win –that is how it will ultimately go down in history. The best thing an American fan of boxing can do while watching an HBO telecast is to find a UK stream. The next, next best thing would be to hit the mute button.

          • JV316

            you make a good point about the difference with the taylor chavez fight but i think it does have some relation in spirit. man i think that we just have to agree to disagree if we don’t see the alleged low blows in the 7th and early in the 8th the same. you seem to think they were illegal, i think the video shows they were clearly on the belt line and weeks ruled them to be on the belt in the moment. if we diverge there we will not be able to agree on the facts that set about the end of the fight and we just have to shake hands and agree to disagree. i much prefer the hbo team to the british broadcasts, i though it was uncanny how well roy was predicting what would happen as the fight progressed.

          • TNT

            That sounds just about right, “in spirit.” Never mind the fact that I am a scientifically grounded atheist–I kid. The replays that I have seen on youtube–which are few in number and not of great quality–show a few punches landing in an area that touches the lower portion of the belt line and beneath it. If we estimate the distance from that point to his knees then those punches would be low illegal blows–just not Maidana/Golota-style full-one nut shots.

            I used to enjoy the HBO broadcasts, even when people on this site were giving them shit. Back when Foreman and Steward were on. Hell, I even miss that old guy, whose name slips me at the moment, who talked hella crazy to Mayweather. But Kellerman is insufferable. Jones is himself–I could never stomach too much Jones JR and I doubt he can neither but he can be insightful in those moments when he isn’t speaking about himself (tacitly or directly).

            We do agree that Ward won. That is a start.

          • JV316

            haha i think you’re thinking of larry merchant. man i really miss him i loved his crotchety old poet routine, actually my favorite hbo lineup was always larry with lampley and emmanuel steward, was never a big fan of foreman or lennox. currently i like max, roy and hopkins (and ward when he fills in). as max said during the telecast he probably has a higher tolerance for low punch output fights if other aspects of the battle are interesting and i probably put myself in the same category. you definitely will not like roy’s call of saturday’s fight though if you haven’t heard it, he was pretty clearly favoring ward which must have been annoying for some (many?) fans especially krusher fans.

          • JV316

            when i talk about the legal belt line shot that kovalev overreacted to in the 7th, that was the huge clue to both ward and roy that kovalev was breaking. kovalev was looking for someone to save him from legal body attack. that happened BEFORE the 8th my man.

          • TNT

            You make too much sense for the comments. How about we petition to have ringmagazine fire Coppinger and Hale and in their place add you to the team? We could inundate Oscar’s email and social media accounts were our petition.

          • Mike M.

            Lol I think that’d be taking it a little far. I’m a little too absolute with my opinions to ever replace professional writers =P

        • jef20071

          Lets be real Kim lampley would sodomize ward if he had a chance lol

        • Carl bagares

          fight is close as the scores shows,but this ref left most boxing fans still thinking who’s better of the two.if letter punching is legal then he should have counted 8.there should have been no doubt that ward is one or maybe the best LH ever.

      • Teddy Reynoso

        If Kovalev was still with his senses, he would not have just bent down without covering. He had two arms to defend himself from body blows or head shots. He could not use his arms because he was out of it. I have seen that behavior often with boxers with their brain already short circuited. Quit justifying for Sergei. Let’s be fair.

        • jef20071

          It wasn’t his upper head that was short circuited . it was his south of the border head guy. He had to keep his hands down to protect ward from biting his dick next.

      • jef20071

        Your exactly right on point. The low blows is what got kovalev in trouble. Wards right buzzed kovalev but ward realize he couldn’t drop kovalev he switched to the body AKA BALLS.And these people know it was on purpose clearly cause wards dirty fighter and the rules in boxing is for CLEAN FIGHT. These ward fans don’t understand the rules and the ones who do don’t give a shit when it comes to ward there hero.

    • Carl bagares

      sir you should try to take a low blow even from just a friend whos not a boxer.if you feel nothing and does not complain then your right.

  • Mike M.

    If both guys we’re fouling each other as Coppinger is suggesting then Tony Weeks deserves every bit of criticism he’s getting. Its the refs job to maintain order and to insure a clean fight, if a fight gets out of control then its the refs fault for not doing his job. If Weeks doesn’t have the stones or the ability to be able to handle grown men then maybe he ought to stop referring.

    • Carl bagares

      exactly,the officiating isn’t fair.

  • Teddy Reynoso

    During the bout, it was Kovalev who was trying to tell Tony Weeks how to call the fight with his protestations about so called low blows when clearly those were borderline or legal. After the bout it was Kathy Diva who was trying to tell Weeks how to act as referee when Ward had Kovalev in deep, deep trouble.

    • jef20071

      Watch the fight Ward buzzes kovalev with a right and couldn’t ko him so he switched to the body THE BALLZZ . FLAT OUT TO THE BALLS AND ALL YOU IDIOTS KNOW IT WAS ON PURPOSE . Ward would of been gases if tony retard weeks would of gave kovalev 5 minutes to recover from the dick shots. Fight could of turned back around . kovalev had 4 rds to change the script but he didn’t get it cause the ref fucked up

  • Da True GOAT

    Hahaha this hillbilly is the “Son of Excuses” and his sore loser fans should join him and lick his balls (they are soooooo overprotective of his balls).

    This article is right, that is the face of a defeated man and no doubt after that missile right hand Kovalev wanted out. Kov was lucky because the fight was stopped in the 8th, with still 4 rounds remaining of ass whoopin he will surely end up in a stretcher and I doubt he will even make it out alive in 9.

    • jef20071

      You don’t follow the rules . if kovalev did this to ward punching his balls EVERYBODY WOULD OF CAUSED HAVOC IN THE RING OUT THE RING YOU CAN BET YOUR ASS ON THAT.

  • Mark Slain

    Am i reading rappler here?

  • jef20071

    Kovalev was hit 3 times in the dick ref did nothing but wave the fight off for ward to win. Listen even Paulie M couldn’t believe the ref stopped the fight on the illegal low blows and gave the fight to ward . Boxing has rules don’t these people understand the rules ? Dirty dirty dirty

  • jef20071

    Ward fouled severely and tony weeks fucked up the fight early . 5minutes to kovalev could of changed the ball game. Ward punched himself out on kovalev balls. Kovalev could of came back and koed ward the legal way. But ref fucked it up. Shame ward got away with dirty boxing at the worst hitting a man deliberately in the groin .

  • Seth Class

    Border line 😂Ward clearly hit him more than once with low blows and da ref called it a TKO, only in America and da funny thing is all da HBO commentators agree with da ref, boxing is becoming a joke

  • Seth Class

    Da son of judges won a tko with low blows 😂 Boxing 🥊 is becoming a joke 👊🏼

  • Young Winter

    Truth of the matter is that Kov showed some signs of being worn down, Ward was nailing him in the balls, and Weeks should have let it continue…..We have no way of knowing how this would have went had it continued…..everybody lost here……

  • Roberto Carlos Guerra

    I was rooting for Kovalev, but the truth is the Russian let the Ward camp get into his head and he created his own cloud of negativity, and his frustration ultimately weakened him. If Kova had been a bit more humble during the buildup, a bit more relaxed, things might have been different. I’m a fan of Kovalev and I don’t mean to make him sound like the villain, but his relentless hatred toward S.O.G seemed rather unwarranted. First, he should blame the judges for the result of the first fight, not Ward. And I understand the American wasn’t helping to promote the fight since he knew he already had a guaranteed 7 million regardless, but by the vitriol in Kovalev’s comments before the fight you’d think Ward had tried to kill his family or something.
    That said, I believe Tony Weeks made the wrong decision. Ward should have been warned and Kova should’ve had time to recuperate from the low blows. It makes me wonder how much influence the Roc Nation mafia really had over the entire event. Either way Kovalev had, since the very beginning, made it difficult to endear himself to much of the general public (including the judges and the ref) with his comments and borderline racist antics, which may have increased his chances of getting treated unfairly, whether we like it or not. After the fight he wouldn’t even admit that Ward was the best fighter he’d ever faced, which he obviously was, regardless of the low blows, and I think his behavior is a major obstacle if he ever wants to land a third fight with the Oakland California native, whether you like him or not.

    • Peter Attwood

      Fair call Roberto, he allowed his emotions to rule. The second fights intensity was higher than the first and that I believe was the end for Sergey. Ward came for twelve with a plan to overcome in the last 1/3 of the fight. Sergey thought he was going to blast Andre out and came up short. Great continuation from the 1st with the more skilled boxer with better adaptability. Still like Kov but he is no 2 to ward.

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