He’s no kid. At 34, he’s been fighting professionally for nine years. He’s been waiting for his chance at the brass ring since 2016 when he was initially ranked the mandatory challenger by the WBC. By John J. Raspanti
You lose two fights and suddenly you’re not that good. Social media goes crazy. You’re overrated they say. Hold on a second. Not that good? Come on. He lost to a guy with the last named of Ward who many called the pound-for-pound best fighter in the world. By John J. Raspanti
Sergey Kovalev is no longer a former champion. Kovalev, 34, ended a two-bout losing streak and captured the WBO light heavyweight championship by blasting out game Vyacheslav Shabranskyy in round two at The Theater at Madison Square Garden in New York City Saturday night.