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Andre Ward is lacking quality challengers
Gav Scott says.
Darnell Boone knocked him down earlier in his career and you thought then he might turn out to be a bit lightweight, but now any flaws have disappeared or are very well hidden and he has made the super middleweight division his own.
The most important thing is to try and negate his skills, which means boxing at a pace, putting him on the back foot and stopping him from controlling the rhythm of the fight, as once he does he is virtually unstoppable.
However, it was noticeable that when Stevenston stopped Bellew in six rounds in Canada, he only called out Froch and when Kovalev beat Ismail Sillakh on the same bill, he called out Stevenson!
Ward is not a wild fighter but he doesn't have to be.
One thing we have not seen from Ward is whether he can do what Froch did against Groves recover from a good hiding and then bounce back in the second half of a fight as he has never been out of his comfort zone.
Even though Stevenson and Kovalev would hold some of the aces if they boxed Ward at their weight, they are still not clamouring for him and it's easy to see why.
I agree, Ward is head and shoulders above any other possible opponent. 2nd P4P fighter behind only Mayweather. The main reason these 2 guys are the best is because the don't get hit, they box smart and don't take risks. Unfortunately the best boxers are Ferragamo Belts For Women
But we have seen no signs of weakness from Ward, who is very solid, very professional and wins with ease, and his only problem is that he is head and shoulders above everyone else in his division.
Exciting fighters usually have a bit of fragility Tommy Hearns, for example, was so electrifying because not only could he knock someone out, he could get knocked out himself.
Posted 10:19 18th December 2013
He's good but if he is so head and shoulders above everyone he should be making short work of them. Tyson, in his prime, was so dominant yet he was ko ing them easily. Nobody is interested in fighting Ward as nobody is that interested in watching him and that is andre's fault he doesnt bring anything to sell to the paying Gucci Belt Pink Flowers audience, no ko's no wars, just a drawn out fight that fails to get you out your chair. I disagree with you, Glenn, as I think he needs to take risks or he will just be remembered as a good fighter but nothing to get excited about.
I've been to his gym in Oakland, seen the work he puts in and discovered what a rough neighbourhood he comes from; he has to be tough just to train there so don't believe for one minute that he is afraid of anyone.
PleadingIf you look what Ward and Froch have done since they fought, Froch wins, as along with Yusaf Mack, he has boxed Lucian Bute, Mikkel Kessler and George Groves, while Ward has laced up the gloves just twice, against Chad Dawson and Edwin Rodriguez.
will barely be remembered as the great fighter he is because of his lack of self promotion and 'so called' great fights.
You can only be as exciting as your opposition allow you to be and even against a very good super middleweight in Carl Froch he didn't have to fight fire with fire because he was able to nullify everything Carl was throwing at him.
Ward could always fight Froch again though, for me, that becomes less likely by the day and even though I wouldn't give Groves much of a chance if he took on the super middleweight division's star name, he'd certainly give him something to think about.
Ward has great variety, a cracking offence and defence, and beat Froch at his own game, so it is hard to see how you could stop him but there are a couple of things you could attempt to throw him off his game.
I don't think his fights are dull by any means he is more attacking than Floyd Mayweather and always looks extremely stylish but no one poses him enough of a threat so he doesn't have to take too many risks.
There just aren't enough challenges for him at super middleweight at the moment though, so I think he may have to move up to light heavyweight where he won his Olympic gold in 2004 or wait for someone to climb up from middleweight.
work. Most UK fans and myself included love a barnstorming Ricky Hatton or Froch type of fight but that is just not the way to be the best.
He proved his grit against Froch, when a lot of people wondered whether he was tough enough, and while he doesn't shout from the rooftops like a lot of fighters in our sport, he is a very determined individual.
I think he will move up in weight and clean up in LHW, not much left for him then. Try his best to get a couple of big pay days then retire. Unfortunately he Hermes Belt New Design
Shane Gillece says.
the least exciting for a neutral. But any boxing fan would be drooling watching these 2 at Hermes Belts Price
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