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    The guy Joshua narrowly beat in the olympics (13-11), has turned pro and is currently 9-0 with 9 ko's. Kazakh Ivan Dychko looks pretty vicious too. https://boxrec.com/media/index.php/Ivan_Dychko Not just that, he's 6foot9! I can't wait to see him start getting better fights.

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    Re: Ivan Dychko

    I like Dychko. Obscenely good natural skills, great footwork, and god-given power.

    - But he has some very odd balance issue, like he's always about to fall over. Maybe that comes from always having to look / punch down at his opponents, but it's odd. He also needs to better utilize his reach advantage.

    Still, these are easily fixable flaws. Does he have a good trainer?
    Last edited by Cableaddict; 07-28-2019, 05:02 PM.

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      Re: Ivan Dychko

      BTW - Did AJ actually beat him in the Olympics, or was that another gift? (I never watched it)

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        Re: Ivan Dychko

        Originally posted by Cableaddict View Post
        BTW - Did AJ actually beat him in the Olympics, or was that another gift? (I never watched it)

        to answer the question, it was a gift

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          Re: Ivan Dychko

          Oh yeah, the semi-finals. (thx) I DID see that, but forgot it was Dychco.

          Yes, that was a blatant robbery.

          Amazing that this great fighter can't get better opponents.

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            Re: Ivan Dychko

            Originally posted by Cableaddict View Post
            Oh yeah, the semi-finals. (thx) I DID see that, but forgot it was Dychco.

            Yes, that was a blatant robbery.

            Amazing that this great fighter can't get better opponents.
            So far he's been fed old and washed up ex-contenders and he axed them all easily. Which means he'd do fairly well against fresher ones.

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              Re: Ivan Dychko

              Originally posted by BoztheMadman View Post
              So far he's been fed old and washed up ex-contenders and he axed them all easily. Which means he'd do fairly well against fresher ones.

              But it also means he's not honing any skills.

              Luckily, his style in the ams seemed more suited to the pros than most, but still.... I hope he at least has very good sparring partners.

              The HW division desperately needs guys like this (Dychko, Hyrgovic, Wallin, Teslenko, etc) to move up soon.
              Last edited by Cableaddict; 07-29-2019, 04:35 PM.

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                Re: Ivan Dychko

                Originally posted by Cableaddict View Post
                But it also means he's not honing any skills.

                Luckily, his style in the ams seemed more suited to the pros than most, but still.... I hope he at least has very good sparring partners.

                The HW division desperately needs guys like this (Dychko, Hyrgovic, Wallin, Teslenko, etc) to move up soon.
                The problem is, the managers of Joshua, Wilder and Fury seem to be protecting them from all these guys because they know they are good enough to beat them, perhaps. Or at least good enough to push them hard.

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