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Kovalev: Ward is a ‘wrestler,’ Ward explains retirement talk, says still has desire

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  • Standing8

    “Sergio” The Krusher Kovalev,she says. Lmao.

    • Alfredo

      Ya llego, ya llego, ya llego Sergio el Demolidor!

  • BobbyPFalcon

    Smart comment by Kovalev to get under Ward’s skin. Ward loses a straight-up boxing match and get’s KO’ed. Ward will wrestle anyway because that’s what he does… Still, I give Ward mad respect for getting back in the ring with a guy who beat him in the first match in most people’s eyes. That is character.

    • Reggie Woodard

      Kovalev’s attempts to get under Ward’s skin has been futile…. If anything, it’s the other way around. Ward is totally in his head.

      Bad blood fights are always enticing, especially grudge matches. They dont always live up to the hype. This might not either with the way both guys respect the other inside the ring.

      • JV316

        agreed, ward is 100% in kovalev’s head. ward’s lack of fear is unnerving to kov.

        • BobbyPFalcon

          Kovalev put Ward down. Ward can’t hurt Kovalev. A more patient Kovalev gets the KO.

          • JV316

            ward hurt kovalev with numerous body shots in the second half of the fight

  • Reggie Woodard

    Kovalev will be 0-2 versus Ward come 6/17.

    • Alfredo

      Ward is going to get knocked out.

      • Reggie Woodard

        Pretty sure that’s what you thought the first fight as well….

        • Alfredo

          Yes, sir.
          I think this fight, Kovalev will be a lot more physical. You may even see Kovalev “judo throw” Ward a couple of times.

          • Reggie Woodard

            Kovalev just needs to stick to what he does well. He’ll lose badly to Ward is he tries to fight that way.

          • Alfredo

            That’s a good point. In the first fight Kovalev looked fatigued from the in-fighting.

          • Reggie Woodard

            Going to be a heck of a fight. Bad blood, history, P4P players…

      • Reggie Woodard

        We will see. Bold prediction man..