Tag Archives: Sergey Kovalev

Happy Halloween to The Executioner aka The Alien

When Bernard Hopkins rummages around in his closet today for a Halloween costume, he will have two choices. For most […]

Terry Flanagan Vacates His Lightweight Title and Other Fight News

Terry Flanagan, who reportedly was close to signing for a unification match with WBA lightweight champion Jorge Linares, has switched gears

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 […]

Keeping Boxing in Perspective

So far, 2017 has been a spectacular year for boxing with the best fighting the best in great fights and […]

Andre Ward: A Career Appreciation

What a year 2017 has been for boxing. We’ve seen a plethora of fantastic fights where the best have been […]

Ward Was Better Prepared for the Rematch and Erased All Doubts

When the “boxer” beats the “puncher” the first time they fight – the rematch is usually a repeat of the […]

In a Flawed Promotion, Andre Ward Makes a Statement

THE HAUSER REPORT — In an earlier era, the June 17 rematch between Andre Ward and Sergey Kovalev would have […]

Ward and Rigondeaux Victorious on a Show With Plenty of Controversy

LAS VEGAS — Andre “S.O.G.” Ward separated himself from Sergey “Krusher” Kovalev with emphatic body shots to win by technical […]

Can Ward or Kovalev Equal Light Heavyweight Greats of the Past?

Light heavyweights seldom receive the spotlight. Instead, they are the undesignated lone wolves of professional boxing. But the 175-pound weight division […]

Ward-Kovalev II: I’m Going With My First Instinct

Handicapping the rematch in boxing should be easier than handicapping the first meeting between two elite championship caliber fighters. And […]