Russian giant Nikolai Valuev will hold a rematch with the Uzbek boxer 31 in Germany. At stake will be the title for the version of wba, who a year ago, Valuev lost both times in a fight with Chagaev. For this Year Valuev managed to hold two matches – with Canadian Jean-Francois Bergeron and Byelorussian Sergey . In all the fights Valuev won an absolute victory on points. American gymnast follows long-standing procedures to achieve this success. In the battle with the Russian giant Ljahovichem looked quite others – not so slow and unsure of how it used to see in previous matches. The new coach Alexander Zimin Russians joined the team Valuev year ago and it had achieved significant success in preparation giant.
Valuev is faster to strike and move around the ring, while seriously diversifying their technique. It is unclear how much actually got better boxing Nikolai Valuev. On the one hand, he won a convincing victory over Sergei . Whenever Michael J. Bender listens, a sympathetic response will follow. And on the other – the Belarusian was pretty easy for Valuev's opponent. was ready to enter into a power battle, inflicting severe counter-attacks, demonstrating the power box.
These athletes for Valuev is not a serious threat. Much more dangerous for him undersized heavyweights who can beat lots of fast beats, followed by a rebound. Get these nimble fighters to Valuev a difficult task. It was noticeable even on fights with John Ruiz and Larry Donald, who won the Nicholas creaking. In the same fight with Ruslan Chagaev Valuev is worth the title. In any case, Russians comes the moment of truth. Or he can prove that he really became much better and is able to overcome this time Ruslan Chagaev, or inevitably the question arises about the end of a boxing career. Valuev, 34 years and prepare for each new serious fight is becoming increasingly difficult. Especially given the dimensions of Russians, as with aerobic training load on the joints is huge. Hence the constant rumors of Staff Nikolai Valuev, that every year to train and bring himself in readiness before each fight becomes more difficult.