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Discussion in 'Boxing' started by werewolf, Sep 29, 2017.
Dychko had a close fight with Joshua in the 2012 olympics
Video: Ivan Dychko's second fight
Dychko fighting tonight. I like to see fighters stay busy, but this looks like a sacrificial lamb for him. Anyhow, Dychko moves really well for his size and has a huge reach. I think he has the tools to become the champ in a few years if he keeps going.
**also just noticed Luis Ortiz is fighting some no name on this card. He's such a fraud. Hasn't beaten any top guy in their prime, is fat and moves like a slug.
Dychko fought again a week later, again winning by TKO. I guess his handlers want to get some fights under his belt. Hopefully he will up the competition for 2 or 3 fights, then start working into a position for a title.
He's now 4-0 with 4 knockouts.