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European prospect of the year


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European prospect of the year  

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  1. 1. European prospect of the year

    • Sergey Lipinets 8-0
      0
    • Anthony Yigit 16-0-1
      0
    • Artur Beterbiev 9-0
      4
    • Dmitry Bivol 5-0
      4
    • Oleksandre Usyk 9-0
      3
    • Tyron Zeuge 17-0
      0
    • Micki Nielsen 20-0
      0
    • Anthony Joshua 15-0
      12
    • Konstantin Ponomarev 29-0
      0
    • Erik Skoglund 24-0
      1


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Sergey Lipinets 8-0 (Russia/Kazakhstan)

 

Haskell Rhodes 23-0-1

Kendal Mena 20-1

Cosme Rivera 37-19-3

 

Anthony Yigit 16-0-1 (Sweden)

 

DeMarcus Corley 42-25-1

Chaquib Fadli 13-4

Tony Owen 16-3

Timo Schwarzkopf 14-0

Kim Poulsen 26-1

 

Artur Beterbiev 9-0 (Russia)

 

Alexander Johnson 16-2

Gabriel Campillo 25-6-1

 

Dmitry Bivol 5-0 (Kyrgyzstan/Russia)

 

Jackson Junior 19-4

Felipe Romero 19-8-1

Joey Vegas 17-10-2

Konstantin Piternov 18-6

 

Oleksandre Usyk 9-0 (Ukraine)

 

Pedro Rodriguez 22-1

Johnny Muller 19-4-2

Andrey Knyazev 11-1

 

Tyron Zeuge 17-0 (Germany)

 

Nikola Sjekloca 28-3

 

Micki Nielsen 20-0 (Denmark)

 

Konstantin Semerdjiev 33-16-2

Alejandro Emilio Valori 17-7

Ismail Abdoul 56-34-2

Julio Cesar Dos Santos 27-3

 

Anthony Joshua 15-0 (England)

 

Dillian Whyte 16-0

Gary Cornish 21-0

Kevin Johnson 29-6-1

Raphael Zumbano Love 36-10-1

Jason Gavern 26-19-4

 

Konstantin Ponomarev 29-0 (Russia)

 

Ramses Agaton 17-2-3

Mikael Zewski 26-0

Steve Claggett 20-2-1

 

Erik Skoglund 24-0 (Sweden)

 

Derek Edwards 27-5-1

Oleksandr Cherviak 15-4-1

 

 

Please use the Poll above for your official pick. Winner of the Poll will be the Official Ringnews24/KoBoxingforum Award winner in this category.

 

Who was your European prospect of 2015 and why?

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Re: European prospect of the year

 

Bivol, and I didn't even have to think about it. (though I've never even seen a couple of these guys, to be fair.)

 

This is the kid that could eventually make Kovalev retire.

 

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Usyk is a close second. MASSIVE talent, but they keep feeding him total cans. It's ridiculous.

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Re: European prospect of the year

 

Rob, you had me intrigued about Micki Nielsen, whom I had never even heard of. DeSantos seems like a decent win.

 

then I checked him out:

 

 

 

Ugggh. Denmark must be a very small country. This guy is like a poor man's Beterbiev. Tons of power and aggression, but the guy can't even SPELL "defense."

 

No future here. I think you can safely remove him from your list.

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Re: European prospect of the year

 

Rob, you had me intrigued about Micki Nielsen, whom I had never even heard of. DeSantos seems like a decent win.

 

then I checked him out:

 

 

 

Ugggh. Denmark must be a very small country. This guy is like a poor man's Beterbiev. Tons of power and aggression, but the guy can't even SPELL "defense."

 

No future here. I think you can safely remove him from your list.

 

I do have to take responsibility for nominating him. The lists were getting abit over-crowded with Russians, so thought to mix it up with legit Europeans. Still time to get your nominations in, for the other categories. :whistle:

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Re: European prospect of the year

 

:faint: Hey, at least I spelled "spell" correctly.

 

 

 

 

Actually, it's spelled both ways. Brits use a "c" while us shallow, overprivileged Americans use an "s."

 

- It's also SPELT both ways. :laugh:

 

 

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Re: European prospect of the year

 

 

Actually, it's spelled both ways. Brits use a "c" while us shallow, overprivileged Americans use an "s."

 

- It's also SPELT both ways. :laugh:

I know, I nearly added "in the civilised world" but that felt too mean! I also used "spelled" as it's shared between us, even though I prefer "spelt." Christmas brings out my charitable side :haha:

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