Tag Archives: Artur Beterbiev

Sergey Kovalev is the TSS Comeback Fighter of the Year

Sergey “The Krusher” Kovalev has been named The Sweet Science Comeback Fighter of the Year for 2017. The former unified […]

Ali Akhmedov Leads the Charge Into 2018

On the undercard, a return which is currently of small note but may matter more by the end of next year: Ali Akhmedov is going home

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 […]