Alexander Povetkin (36-2-1) vs. Dillian Whyte (27-2) II - November 21st 2020

Povetkin vs. Whyte Winner and How?

  • Alexander Povetkin Decision

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  • Draw

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  • Dillian Whyte Decision

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In other news, absolutely loving Whyte copping a lot of criticism on social media. What a self entitled prick crying about the trolls on social media, without a shadow of a doubt the biggest twat in British boxing.
Making Dillian number one in British Boxing. Is downright disrespectful to BJ Saunders.

Tony Bellew might also have a thing or two to say about the number 1 status if he ever makes a comeback.
 
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Eh, up in the fucking air again, imo. You know damn well that Whyte will be punch-shy like Joshua was after getting KO'd. Only issue is that it'll benefit Povetkin here, unlike Ruiz Jr.

Contrary to what I said about Whyte trying to move more with the jab, he was doing extremely well holding his ground and countering Povetkin. Fought the perfect fight, but I'd be dumbfounded if he tries that again. I have a feeling he'll move more, which will benefit Povetkin here.

Again, Povetkin has been looking more and more like father time is just pounding on him. Still, he's a fucking fox in that ring. Just his natural habitat, and no one will take his torch unless they walk through fire. I'm fucking hyped, but Whyte should really try to take Povetkin out early like Hunter did. I think that's his sure-way to win the fight 99% chance.
 
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One thing is that Povetkin's power is fucking insane, and that is the last thing to go. That Takam knockout kind of settled it. That was a prime Takam that he fucking iced. He can do it to just about anyone in the division too. I'd really like to see how Whyte comes into that ring.
 
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Whyte: I Got Dropped, I Wasn't Sparko, I Got Up Straight After.

"I just remember falling and the referee saying 'six, seven.' And then after, tried to get up, and the referee was saying 'nah, nah, nah, it's a heavy knockdown'.. blah, blah, blah. I was alright, I wasn't like sparko, sparko. I can't say like 'Oh I didn't get dropped.' It was a great shot to the point of the chin, and I got dropped. But I was all right. I got up straight after, I was cool," Whyte told BBC Radio 1 Newsbeat.

More than anything else, Whyte blames himself for making the one mistake that led to the shocking loss.

"I was annoyed at myself. I was annoyed at myself because I threw the fight away. Povetkin didn't beat me up or beat the fight out of me. I threw the fight away. So I was a bit annoyed at myself obviously. No one's perfect, we all make mistakes, and I was a bit annoyed that I made silly mistakes at this stage of my career," Whyte said.

Whyte is delusional, i hope he gets "sparked" out AGAIN. Even if he wins the rematch, Povetkin already got the perfect KO anyway.
 
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Whyte: I Got Dropped, I Wasn't Sparko, I Got Up Straight After.

"I just remember falling and the referee saying 'six, seven.' And then after, tried to get up, and the referee was saying 'nah, nah, nah, it's a heavy knockdown'.. blah, blah, blah. I was alright, I wasn't like sparko, sparko. I can't say like 'Oh I didn't get dropped.' It was a great shot to the point of the chin, and I got dropped. But I was all right. I got up straight after, I was cool," Whyte told BBC Radio 1 Newsbeat.

More than anything else, Whyte blames himself for making the one mistake that led to the shocking loss.

"I was annoyed at myself. I was annoyed at myself because I threw the fight away. Povetkin didn't beat me up or beat the fight out of me. I threw the fight away. So I was a bit annoyed at myself obviously. No one's perfect, we all make mistakes, and I was a bit annoyed that I made silly mistakes at this stage of my career," Whyte said.

Whyte is delusional, i hope he gets "sparked" out AGAIN. Even if he wins the rematch, Povetkin already got the perfect KO anyway.
That is fucking insane to fucking read! I wish I could've say I've never seen such delusion, but we've seen several in boxing. God, I hope Povetkin does it again.
 

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Same outcome. Whyte will throw everything at Povetkin and will be picked off with a career ending KO defeat.
 
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Just listened to dave allen say whyte will come in heavier and he thinks he should . Whytes too heavy as it is ,hes about 6'3 max and has slow feet and no ability to slip punches . Listening to all these uk fighters saying whyte should win this rematch and povetkin landed a career best punch etc , at the end of the day he was landing from the start and he kod whyte in 5 rounds . povetkin is now 2/1 with most betting odds again lol.