In only two years, Sergey Kovalev went from the guy who deserved the decision against one of the world's best fighters in Andre Ward, to a poor sap who never had it. Thanks, Eleider Alvarez.
The truth is probably somewhere in the crevices. That's if you need a microscope or a soothsaying device to read beyond "Sergey Kovalev was doing great until he was hit with a well-timed, powerful right hand."
By stopping Kovalev without controversy, Eleider Alvarez entered the light heavyweight fray more emphatically than he did with the win over Jean Pascal. So what happens now for either guy? What about this Dmitry Bivol character? What, is the deal, with him??
Also, what's going on with this whole Deontay Wilder vs Tyson Fury negotiation?
These are questions boxing historian Patrick Connor and author/filmmaker Brin-Jonathan Butler are trying to answer on Knuckles and Gloves Boxing Radio, people. So listen in!
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