Pound4poundireland’s March 23rd Heavyweight top 10

Champion: Wladimir Klitschko

 

1. Kubrat Pulev

2. Alexander Povetkin

3. Tyson Fury

4. Tony Thompson

5. Vyacheslav Glazkov

6. Bermane Stiverne

7. Dereck Chisora

8. Tomasz Adamek

9. Chris Arreola

10. Deontay Wilder

 

– Thompson rises one spot after beating the perenially disappointing Odlanier Solis away from home

 

– Robert Helenius exits due to inactivity

 

– Deontay Wilder enters at 10, deemed slightly more deserving than Bryant Jennings at this time

6 thoughts on “Pound4poundireland’s March 23rd Heavyweight top 10

  1. Has Tyson Fury really been tested?

    I’ve only seen a handful of his fights, most against very unsung competition. Wouldn’t Glazkov, eg, wear him down the way Adamek was?

    • My lofty ranking of Fury is mainly due to attrition, and the weakness of the division below Klitschko (and the B level of Pulev and Povetkin)

      He is indeed untested against any top tier opposition, and is an accident waiting to happen. He’s being matched carefully though, and I favour him to beat Chisora in their upcoming rematch

      A fight with Glazkov would be a pick em

  2. Makes sense.

    Btw, just caught Kovalev’s latest; monster. When can we get him and Stevenson in a ring!

    • Unfortunately, with Adonis signing with Haymon and going to Showtime for an eventual Bhop fight, it looks like Adonis v Kovalev is dead in the water

      Stevenson never wanted the fight anyway

      • Bleh. Bleh for Bleh-Hop.

        Love Bernard for many qualities, his courage and intelligence and wit — but haven’t enjoyed a round of his in years, and in fact I liked very few of them in his prime. He might just have enough tricks in the bag to tie up a Stevenson or, harder, a Kovalev, but it would be another one of his formaldehyde jobs: his bloody dull way of jarring up opponents to stink out a win.

        If Adonis doesn’t want Kovalev, then he’s sensible, at least. 😉

      • I’ve actually always enjoyed watching Bhop work his peculiar type of magic, even in his ugliest encounters

        It’d be an unwise man who discounts his chances of upsetting Stevenson

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