Tag Archives: Artur Beterbiev

Arslanbek Makhmudov, a Big Man with a Big Upside, Turned Pro Last Weekend

Arslanbek Makhmudov is a giant of a heavyweight. Listed anywhere between 6’5 and 6’6 and scaling over 260lbs, this Russian […]

There’s a New Crop of Elite Light Heavys, But Don’t Forget Sergey Kovalev

On November 4th, Dmitry Bivol 12-0 (10) won the vacant WBA light heavyweight title with a first round knockout over […]

Sunday Report Card: The Ultimate Weekend Wrap-Up (Nov. 12 edition)

Sunday Report Card – The Sweet Science’s Diego Morilla compiles a full weekend wrap-up of the most relevant boxing events […]

Jose Ramirez Blows by Reed: Beterbiev Wins IBF Title in Fresno

Jose Ramirez Blows by Reed: Beterbiev Wins IBF Title in Fresno Hurricanes don’t happen in California but Jose Ramirez brought […]

Beterbiev vs Koelling Sees Koelling Fall in RD 12

Beterbiev vs Koelling- The vacant IBF world light heavyweight title is going home with Artur Beterbiev, who had to work to stop Enrico Koelling in round 12.

The Current Crop of Light Heavyweights: How Do They Stack Up?

November will be a very interesting month in the light heavyweight division. On November 4, Russia’s Dmitry Bivol (pictured) meets […]

Oleksandr Gvozdyk: Is “The Nail” The Next Big Thing?

Born in Kharkov, Ukraine but now living in Oxnard, California (where he is guided by Robert Garcia), Oleksandr “The Nail” […]

After Crushing Fonfara, Will Stevenson Seek Out the Ward-Kovalev II Winner?

In a boxing landscape littered with alphabetized fiefdoms and multiple titleholders in the same weight class, identifying an indisputable world […]

Beterbiev Looks Poised To Make Noise At Light Heavyweight

Beterbiev Looks Poised – This past Saturday night if you saw the Premier Boxing Champions on ESPN broadcast you saw […]