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Alexander Wladimirowitsch Powetkin ist ein russischer Profiboxer im Schwergewicht und ehemaliger regulärer Weltmeister nach Version der WBA. Alexander Wladimirowitsch Powetkin (russisch Александр Владимирович Поветкин, * 2. Am September erfuhr Povetkin seine zweite Profi-Niederlage durch TKO in der siebten Runde gegen Anthony Joshua. Durch einen spektakulären Knockout meldet sich der russische Schwergewichtler Alexander Povetkin fulminant zurück und beendet Dillian. Alle Kämpfe in , WM Titel, Alter, Größe und Gewicht, KO% des Profiboxer Alexander «Russian Vityaz» Povetkin. Heute steht mit dem Kampf zwischen Dillian Whyte und Alexander Povetkin aber wieder ein Highlight auf dem Programm. Beim Matchroom Fight.
Alexander Wladimirowitsch Powetkin (russisch Александр Владимирович Поветкин, * 2. Am September erfuhr Povetkin seine zweite Profi-Niederlage durch TKO in der siebten Runde gegen Anthony Joshua. Alexander Povetkin. Die zwei Schwergewichtsathleten treten sich gegenüber und läuten so das Ende der Corona-Pause im hochklassigen. Heute steht mit dem Kampf zwischen Dillian Whyte und Alexander Povetkin aber wieder ein Highlight auf dem Programm. Beim Matchroom Fight.
For his next fight, on 22 April, Povetkin signed up for his most important fight up until that date by facing Friday Ahunanya. Povetkin vs.
Ahunanya drew attention in the boxing community because Ahunanya was believed to be a tough opponent for someone with only six fights.
Despite this, the fight was fairly one-sided and Povetkin won by a clear unanimous decision. His final fight of the year was held on 10 December against ex- Cruiserweight title holder Imamu Mayfield.
Mayfield became Povetkin's opponent after original opponent Ross Purrity was injured before the fight. It was Povetkin's first pro fight in his native Russia and was held on the undercard of Oleg Maskaev 's first WBC title defence; the first time a Heavyweight Championship bout was held in Russia.
Povetkin won the fight by way of a KO in the third round, bringing his total record to 10 wins in 10 fights by the end of the year.
The fight ended in the second round. Following that fight, Povetkin had a more of a stay busy fight, winning for the fifth straight time by KO, this time in the second round over Canada 's Patrice L'Heureux.
Alexander Povetkin's next fight 30 June , was against experienced American contender, Larry Donald. Donald held victories over such illustrious figures as ex-champion Evander Holyfield and had narrowly lost his most recent fight to former belt holder Nikolai Valuev.
Donald was considered, by many, to be a very good test for a prospect such as Povetkin, a test that Povetkin passed decisively, winning unanimously.
This was the first time Povetkin had gone the full distance of ten rounds in a professional boxing fight, though he did go ten rounds as a pro kick-boxer.
The win over Donald was considered solid, and Povetkin continued his emergence as a promising heavyweight boxing contender. Povetkin won by way of an 11th-round TKO victory.
Byrd put up more resistance than Donald, but ultimately was overwhelmed, and his corner threw in the towel. Less than a week later, Eddie Chambers won a split decision victory over former title challenger Calvin Brock.
This advanced Povetkin and Chambers to the final round of the tournament. Povetkin was supposed to challenge Klitschko on 13 December , but on 25 October, he withdrew from the Klitschko fight due to an injury.
After nine months inactivity due to his injury, Povetkin won a comeback against once-beaten PanAm amateur champion Jason Estrada on 4 April by unanimous decision.
On 13 March Povetkin continued his unbeaten run beating Javier Mora in decisive action dropping him in the first, second and fifth rounds leading to the referee stopping the fight declaring him the winner by TKO.
Chagaev, however, insisted that the medical examination had confirmed that his opponents Povetkin included weren't in danger of being infected.
Both fighters were given an even chance to win. Both fighters were active from the opening bell, with Povetkin appearing to have the upper hand in the first half of the fight, frequently closing the distance and working Chagaev's body, while blocking most Chagaev's shots with arms and gloves.
Povetkin staggered Chagaev with an uppercut in the third round. Chagaev regained composure in the middle rounds, hurting tired Povetkin several times with clubbing left hooks.
Povetkin withstood Chagaev's attacks and re-established his pressure going into the championship rounds, while Chagaev appeared to be saving energy for the last rounds.
The twelfth round saw both fighters trading shots. The scores were — twice and —, all in favor of Povetkin. Povetkin landed more shots in every round and also landed more power punches in all but the first two rounds 2nd round being even.
Following the fight, 48 year old former world champion Evander Holyfield entered the ring to congratulate Povetkin. Holyfield also attended the post-fight press conference and made the intention of challenging Povetkin for the WBA's secondary title.
Boswell was on a fight win streak since his sole defeat to former four-time world title challenger Jameel McCline.
Povetkin's team then spoke to the WBA about possible opponents. Most of the ranked fighters were not willing to travel to fight Povetkin, where as some contenders were not available.
French heavyweight Jean Marc Mormeck turned down the opportunity to fight Povetkin because he was being lined up to challenge then-unified world champion Wladimir Klitschko.
Dereck Chisora. At the time of the stoppage, Povetkin was ahead 70—63, 69—64, and 70—63 on the scorecards. Povetkin came alive in the fight at the midway point, rocking Boswell a few times with some hard punches.
In the 8th round, Povetkin connected with a combination that dropped Boswell and eventually counted out. Boswell managed to get to his feet after the count had finished, only to fall back down.
Huck made the challenge in the post fight press conference of Povetkin's win over Boswell. It was noted that Huck would not vacate his WBO title, until after the fight, where he would assess the situation.
Huck would defend the WBA title against Rahman next. Russian trainer Alexander Zimin stepped in on short notice. Povetkin won the fight via majority decision.
The fight proved to be a tough test for Povetkin. One judge scored the fight a — draw, whilst the remaining two judges scoring the fight —, and — in favour of Povetkin.
Chisora and Dimitrenko , who were sat ringside, scored the fight a draw. Arthur Abraham and Tomasz Adamek scored the fight clearly for Huck. In round 4, Huck began to let his hands go and found his range, even rocking Povetkin.
Huck controlled the championship rounds as Povetkin began to show signs of fatigue. Huck came close to dropping Povetkin in the final round.
Perhaps I didn't take this fight seriously enough. The verdict was met with boos around the arena. Despite rematch called for Povetkin vs.
Dereck Chisora as the main event. The venue was later changed to Alsterdorfer Sporthalle in Alsterdorf , Hamburg. Alexander Ustinov for the European title as co-feature.
Round 2 saw Povetkin come out throwing and landing at will with Rahman spending most of the round against the ropes. Rahman did not throw back and eventually referee Gustavo Padilla stepped in to stop the fight.
At the same time, Rahman's corner appeared to be on the ring apron with a towel. The fight was slated as a miss-match. After the fight, Povetkin said, "I'm ready to fight everybody.
When my handlers say it's time to fight Klitschko, I will be ready. He's the best heavyweight in the world and I will be ready to fight him.
Like most of Povetkin's fights, the first round had very little action. Povetkin dropped Wawrzyk in round 2 with a right hand.
Wawrzyk beat the count and barely made it to the end of the round. In round 3, Povetkin carried on landing big punches, dropping Wawrzyk a further two times before the referee intervened to stop the fight.
In the post-fight, Povetkin said, "I just wanted to show some offensive arsenal. I trained for a longer fight but, well, it has ended pretty fast.
We didn't plan to win by a TKO. At the end of , the World Boxing Association ordered its super-champion Wladimir Klitschko , 52 KOs to fight regular-champion Povetkin by 24 February ,  but the two sides couldn't reach an agreement.
Promoter Vladimir Hryunov won the right to promote Klitschko vs. It allowed Ryabinsky to dictate the location of the fight and guaranteed the fighters the biggest purses of their careers.
The fight took place in October , Klitschko's third consecutive undefeated opponent. The bout was marred with over clinches, most initiated by Klitschko, followed by several repeated roughhouse tactics throughout the match.
This included Klitschko's leaning on his opponent and pushing his head down and throwing Povetkin away to prevent Povetkin from clinching, which resulted in the referee scoring some of Povetkin's fallings as knockdowns, as well as Povetkin's punching after referee's break command and leaning his head too low.
All 3 judges scored it — on the scorecards. With 9. Povetkin bounced back in , completely changing his training routine and diet.
Both fighters started off strong with Charr landing his jab, however at the same time, Povetkin managed to land big uppercuts. Over the next three rounds, both fighters continued to press on the attack.
At the end of round 4, Charr had managed to only win one round on all three judges scorecards. In round 7, Povetkin landed a three-punch combination which dropped Charr, flat on his back.
Referee Massimo Barrovecchio did not count and stopped the fight immediately at 1 minute and 9 seconds. At the end of round 4, two judges had Takam ahead 39—37 and 39—38, whilst the remaining judge had Povetkin ahead 39— From round 8, Povetkin began to increase the number of punches he was throwing and in round 9, referee Kenny Bayless issued a standing 8-count to Takam after Povetkin landed some unanswered shots, which had Takam held up by the ropes.
Takam failed to recover and in round 10, Povetkin landed a left hook to his chin, dropping Takam. Bayless waved the fight off immediately. The fight lasted just 91 seconds.
Povetkin sent the southpaw Perez down with three right hands. Perez beat the count, then took a beating on the ropes, ending the contest.
Following the win over Perez, Povetkin stated that he would wait for the Wilder fight to materialise until he fought again.
Wilder arranged to fight his last available voluntary defence against Johann Duhaupas. Wach had previously gone 12 rounds with Wladimir Klitschko.
The fight would be the main event of a packed Russian card that featured multiple world title fights. But as the rounds went on, Povetkin was able to find his range and begin to push Wach around the ring with combinations on the inside.
Towards the end of the fight, with both participants cut, Povetkin urged the referee stoppage as he deemed Wach, who was being hit at will essentially, unable to continue.
This meant the potential Wilder vs. Povetkin fight would take place around May In December, it was reported that Wach failed a post-fight drug test.
It was originally set for May 21, until Povetkin failed a drug test. Promotor Andrei Ryabinsky added that Povetkin did take meldonium last year, but stopped before it was banned, and only "leftover traces of meldonium at a very low concentration" were found in a blood sample given by the year-old last month.
It was reported on May 15, that the assertion from Povetkin's promoter that it was in his system only because he took it late last year, before it was banned, appeared untrue.
The new doping test, taken May 17, showed no traces of meldonium. This was reported by VADA. Stiverne previously held the WBC title losing his first defence to Wilder.
The winner would eventually go on to challenge Wilder upon his return for the full version of the title. It was said that the banned substance was methylhexaneamine , which is also known as dimethylamylamine or 'DMAA'.
Povetkin's camp confirmed the fight will still go ahead. The test was taken of December 6. Stiverne later made a statement to tell everyone he will be heading home to Las Vegas and did not want to fight if the sanction was off, as that was the whole reason for him training and taking the fight in Russia.
Ryabinsky claimed that the test where he had tested positive contained 0,g traces of ostarine and a previous random test in November also came back negative.
After Stiverne withdrew himself from the title claiming he would be heading home, there was ongoing talks for WBC Silver heavyweight champion Johann Duhaupas , 21 KOs to step in and fight Povetkin instead.
Hours later it was confirmed that the fight would take place on short notice with no titles at stake.
Povetkin had Duhaupas hurt in the 4th round after connecting with a right hand to the head. The end came when Povetkin hurt Duhaupas with two left hooks to the head in round 6 to knock him down and out.
Now he must conclude the details for a rematch against Povetkin and hope that it plays out in a wildly different way to this one. Scroll down to re-live the round-by-round action as it happened.
A terrific undercard followed by one of the most devastating uppercuts in the main event. It may have been nearly a six-month wait for boxing to return, but it was well worth it.
Anthony Joshua has backed Dillian Whyte to come back from his second defeat after he was knocked out cold by Alexander Povetkin. People will talk all sorts about him but I stick with him as a fighter and say dust yourself off and go again.
Dillian don't worry about what anyone is saying, we're involved in the game and lets make the most of it while we're here.
Dillian is a big puncher and hurt Povetkin twice but he can do it with a short dangerous little uppercut or left hook.
He said: 'Can't quite believe it. When the fight landed I thought I was in a dream. Whyte had a great finish to the round before.
I felt that it was over. This is the drama of the sport we love. One punch completely changed the fight. It is unbelievable, it is a shock, we knew how dangerous he was but Whyte had that virtually in the bag.
We have a rematch clause, first thing he said was give me that rematch. FightCamp WhytePovetkin pic. What a stunning knockout from Povetkin. He dipped, dived and then delivered an absolutely sweet left uppercut to the jaw of Whyte.
The Brit is up and is okay, thankfully. Povetkin gets his shot at the title as the arena falls into a stunned silence. Pure drama Povetkin goes down twice in fourth What a knockout from Povetkin!
That is one of the biggest shocks in heavyweight boxing considering Whyte was in total control. Povetkin, out of nowhere, catches the Brit with a sweet uppercut which the referee immediately waves the fight off.
Beautiful shot from Whyte which puts Povetkin down to one knee. Brilliant speed from the Brit but the Russian walked into that.
The Body Snatcher is looking fresh and composed while Povetkin keeps swinging and missing. The Russian is finding it hard to penetrate Whyte's defence at the moment.
Whyte then puts Povetkin on the mat with a brilliant, short, uppercut counter. Brilliant round for Whyte. Povetkin complains to the referee about a shot from Whyte but it looked to be a decent body shot.
The Russian has managed to sneak a number of jabs through Whyte's gloves but the Brit has defended well. There's a marking under the right eye of Povetkin who then eats a nasty body shot from the man from Brixton.
Great finish to the round. Whyte told by his corner not to reach over his right foot - a cautious approach but they know how dangerous the Russian is.
The Brixton-born heavyweight lands a few good body shots and is boxing intelligently. Not wasting any shots and is economical with what he does.
A trimmed down Whyte sits behind the jab and keeps the Russian on the back foot. Povetkin is yet to get going and has worked the body in the opening stages.
Fireworks light up the Essex night sky - we are just moments away from the biggest fight that has taken place post-lockdown.
Those three Rs have not always been associated with the Brixton Body Snatcher but now, for the most important fight of his career, he looks to have regained ring fitness and seems to have reached more maturity.
She comes and comes and comes. Congratulations to her for two fantastic fights. We did our part to promote the sport. Taylor retains her lightweight titles by unanimous decision with the judges scorecards reading , , Incredible decision but Persoon claps this time.
Hard one to score but what another unbelievable fight from the pair. This fight has certainly lived up to the hype. It's been a relentless showing from Persoon and this fight deserved a live crowd.
Taylor finishes the fight strong after landing multiple left hands which leads to gasps from ringside. Persoon responds with a right before they get into another slugging match.
The sheer work-rate of the Belgian has looked unstoppable at time. Taylor then lands a neat left-hook. Taylor is then caught with a wicked right hand - the shot of the fight so far.
That prompts Taylor to respond with a number of combinations. Incredible stamina from Persoon. Relentless pressing from the Belgian but Taylor is doing well to avoid the shots.
The round starts off with a little bit of wrestling but Taylor backs off and unloads a number of body shots.
Taylor is slipping and sliding and then attacking from underneath. Persoon lands a hard right hand in the final 10 seconds.
Another great round. The Belgian, in pursuit of the champ, then walks into a right. She smiles and acknowledges she's been caught.
Fake crowd noises have suddenly appeared but its safe to say a live crowd would be going nuts right now. There's a clash of heads but Persoon responds with a vicious right.
Another great round, which Taylor has just edged. These two have picked up where they left it in Madison Square Garden - aggressive approach from Persoon but Taylor is boxing well behind the jab.
Taylor picking her shots but Persoon, who has had her nose bloodied and eye now swelling up, wants to pick up the pace. Persoon starts more aggressive but Taylor catches the Belgian with an early right that sends the challenger stumbling into the ropes.
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