Sergey Kovalev: Gennady Golovkin's trainer takes credit for Russian's success? Hot. Joseph Herron. Updated February 13, 2019. 2975 0 1.
When Kovalev began the first half of his training camp in Big Bear Lake, California for his upcoming bout with Vyacheslav “Lion-Heart Chingonskyy” Shabranskyy (19-1, 16 KOs), he had not yet settled on a new trainer, but he did have his eye on someone. One of the first fighters signed by Sergey’s promotional company, Krusher Promotions, is a middleweight prospect from Grozny, Russia named.
John David Jackson, trainer to Sergey Kovalev and Chris Algieri, tells Chris Walker he is secure enough in his own ability to focus purely on the fighters.Sergey Kovalev regained his WBO world light heavyweight title, fighting the best technical bout of his career. Kovalev, by his own admission, went back to his amateur style, jabbing, then throwing right hands, settling down and then going back to boxing basics as taught to him by new trainer Buddy McGirt and physical conditioning coach Teddy Cruz, more of a mental game plan than a physical one.Sergey Kovalev is moving on with his career. And he will do so without the services of trainer John David Jackson. Will Kovalev have a trainer before his next fight, which is scheduled to take place in a little over two months time? According to Kovalev, do not hold your breath. Kovalev (30-2-1, 26 knockouts) will face light heavyweight contender Vyacheslav Shabranskyy on November 25 inside.
Andre Ward is in decline and can be stopped early by Sergey Kovalev, according to the Russian's trainer John David Jackson. Ward (30-0-KO15) is preparing to clash with WBA Super, IBF and WBO world.
Sergey Kovalev vs. Andre Ward, billed as Pound for Pound, was a highly anticipated professional boxing superfight for the unified WBA, IBF, and WBO light heavyweight titles. The bout was held on November 19, 2016, at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada.The event was televised on HBO Pay-per-view. Ward won the fight by unanimous decision to take the titles.
Kovalev happy with new trainer. Former unified light heavyweight world champion Sergey “Krusher” Kovalev (30-2-1, 26 KOs) did a lot of soul-searching after his loss to Andre “S.O.G” Ward over the summer in Las Vegas, Nevada. He travelled back to his home in Russia for several months with his wife, Natalia, and his son Aleksandr and even spent time meditating at a monastery in Greece.
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Kovalev subsequently linked up with trainer Buddy McGirt and upped his game. After avenging the Alvarez catastrophe to regain the WBO crown, oficianados will have noted his 11-round dispatch of.
Kovalev’s promoter Kathy Duva confirmed there is a rematch clause, but said it’s too early to say when or if the return fight would take place. In Russian media, Kovalev’s trainer Abror Tursunpulatov has recommended that Kovalev retire.
Kovalev is a great fighter, he showed that he’s not old or washed up and that he could pull it out the bag. We’re talking about a man who beat up Bernard Hopkins, some would argue beat Andre Ward in their first fight. Anthony said ’The guy can really punch.’ If life is fair, which I believe it is, everyone gets their just rewards when it’s time. Our time will come.
Kovalev Camp Notes Camp Notes From Trainer John David Jackson on IBF Light Heavyweight Champion Sergey Kovalev. By: Raymundo Dioses. In defense of his IBF light heavyweight title, Sergey Kovalev is currently conducting his training in the high altitude setting of Big Bear, California under the guidance of trainer John David Jackson. Kovalev is set to face challenger Andre Ward on November 19.
Kovalev was saved by the bell with ringside microphones picking up his trainer Buddy McGirt telling him he would pull him out if he took just one more shot from Yarde.
Foreman would have been proud. For in August 2018, Kovalev was dropped three times, left broken on the outside and the inside by Elieder Alvarez. It was a shattering loss and Kovalev limped away.
Kovalev’s former trainer unveiled reasons why Canelo Alvarez will win. In Nov. 2, Mexican boxing superstar Saul “Canelo” Alvarez is set to make history when he faces off against Sergey.