Álvarez vs. Golowkin: Ist es wichtig, dass Boxer sich hassen? Canelo vs. Kovalev: Wo und wann steigt der Boxkampf? Der Fight um den WBO-Titel im Halbschwergewicht steigt in der Nacht von Samstag. Canelo Álvarez gegen Sergey Kovalev war ein professioneller Boxkampf zwischen Canelo Álvarez und dem verteidigenden WBO-Champion im Halbschwergewicht Sergey Kovalev. Der Kampf fand am 2. November in der MGM Grand Garden Arena in Paradise.
Boxen: Canelo vs. Kovalev | Wettquoten & PrognoseÁlvarez vs. Golowkin: Ist es wichtig, dass Boxer sich hassen? Endlich ist es soweit: Am Samstagabend (Ortszeit) treffen Saul „Canelo“ Alvarez und Sergey „Krusher“ Kovalev aufeinander. Dabei soll es in. Canelo Alvarez vs. Sergej Kovalev (am bei DAZN) → Wettquoten, Preview & Head to Head Stats zum Boxen WM Fight im.
Canelo Vs Kovalev A close fight for 10 rounds ended with Canelo getting the job done once again in Las Vegas VideoHIGHLIGHTS - Canelo vs. Sergey Kovalev Eine Übertragung im TV findet nicht statt. Kovalev wird sich zudem voraussichtlich auf einen Backgammon Gegen Echte Gegner über die volle Distanz einstellen müssen. Die immer gleiche Frage vor jedem Kampf lautet auch diesmal: Wer ist der Favorit und wer wird den Ring als Sieger verlassen?
Big body shot from Canelo. Feeling generous here with the scorecard. But Canelo pushing forward. Now throwing. Not landing much. Looks more determined to initiate action.
Sergey still throwing lots, but with featherweight power. Canelo stalking. But Sergey still effective with the jabs. Those hurt. Jab, jab, jab again.
Canelo Alvarez ended a close fight by landing a fight high 19 power shots in round It was a tactically contest for most of the fight, with Kovalev working his jab and doing very well to keep Canelo at bay.
During the eleventh round, Canelo connected with a power punch combination to the head that sent Kovalev down and out against the ropes.
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The Mexican great succeeded in stopping light heavyweight champion Sergey Kovalev on Saturday night in Las Vegas with a thunderous knockout in the 11th round after struggling a bit early on.
Alvarez has now won titles at , , and pounds in his illustrious career and has a legitimate claim to the pound for pound crown. Respect box?
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Combination by Kovalev. Right to the body by Alvarez. Another clinch from Kovalev. Kovalev is trying to keep the distance, landing in some.
Alvarez missed a big right. Right uppercut by Alvarez. A couple of left jabs from Kovalev. Alvarez with a left hook. A few left jabs from Kovalev.
Left hand by Alvarez. Each throws a body shot. Left hook by Kovalev to the body. Straight left by Alvarez. Kovalev avoids getting caught in the corner.
Alvarez with a big body shot. Alvarez looking to work the body now, while Kovalev looking to keep the distance by using his jab.
Right hook by Kovalev. Three-punch combo by Kovalev. Straight by Canelo. Brief clinch. Left hook by Canelo. Kovalev lands to the body and then lands to the head with a jab, avoiding a counter from Alvarez in the process.
Kovalev with another body shot. Canelo Alvarez makes history as the 25th four-division champion with an 11th-round stoppage of Sergey Kovalev.
Canelo Alvarez is now a four-division world champion. And he completed the task in stunning fashion when he scored a vicious 11th-round knockout against Sergey Kovalev to claim the WBO light heavyweight title at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in front of 12, rabid fans.
It may have taken a little longer than Canelo expected with the fight getting a late start, but the year-old warmed up at just the right time to make history as the 25th fighter to hold world titles in four weight divisions and the second to win world titles as both a welterweight and light heavyweight.
Canelo , 36 KOs was facing a former top 3 pound-for-pound fighter in Sergey Kovalev who had a height and reach advantage. Not to mention that Kovalev stuck to a disciplined game plan that saw him work tirelessly behind the jab.
It worked for the first half of the fight as Kovalev plucked away at Canelo and kept him honest behind a long jab.
Canelo sought to work the body, which was considered the path to victory according to many boxing pundits. Interestingly enough, it was the smaller fighter stalking and throwing the heavier punches while the bigger fighter looked to box and win on points.
Inevitably it would come, and everything came out the way we had planned. Prior to the 11th round, there was no true sign of Kovalev slowing down.
It was a tightly contested fight that could have gone either way. But then it all changed with one hellacious combination. Canelo had spent much of the fight firing a left hook over the top.
Kovalev had done an excellent job avoiding the punch, and if it landed, he managed to escape danger. But Canelo refused to abandon it, and it finally found a home on the temple of the former unified champion and destroyed his equilibrium.
As Kovalev staggered, a patient Canelo waited for the perfect opportunity to uncork a right hand that landed squarely on his opponent's chin and turned the lights out.
There wasn't much need for a count as there was no chance the Russian would make it to his feet.11/2/ · “Canelo is a great champion,’’ Kovalev said after the fight. The judges had the bout scored , and in Alvarez’s favor before he scored the knockout. “The plan overall was. 11/3/ · Canelo vs. Kovalev - CompuBox Punch Stats. By CompuBox. Published On Sun Nov 3, , AM EST Canelo Alvarez ended a close fight by landing a fight high 19 power shots in round Canelo. Canelo backs Kovalev up. Alvarez with a left. Left hand by Kovalev. A couple of jabs from Canelo. One-two from Alvarez, who is trying to get Kovalev’s back to the ropes. Round 8: A couple of left jabs from Kovalev. Small combination from Kovalev. Right hand by Kovalev missed, as Canelo misses a combination. Canelo backing Kovalev up with his jab.