Dychko has next fight confirmed

Heavyweight Ivan Dychko takes his 100% KO record to Argentina this week as the giant Kazak returns to the ring. Dychko (11-0, 11 KOs) will be looking to secure a 12th knockout from as many pro fights in Buenos Aires on Thursday (June 23) when he locks horns with local favorite Kevin Espindola (7-3, 2 KOs). The ten round clash takes place on the WBA’s KO Drugs Boxing Festival and will see 6’9” Dychko fight for the first time under the Probellum banner, having signed with the global promoters earlier this year.

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      • I agree with that. He’s 31, he’s in his prime, but there’s no real reason for anyone with a name to fight him. Maybe high risk (maybe not) but surely low reward.

        • You have to wonder if he’s that far along and has no notable names.. what do they know that we don’t?

          • That or he had the absolute WORST promoter in the world. Doesn’t figure to be too hard to sell a 6’9, crazy punching, olympic medalist, but what do I know? Let’s see what he does with Probellum. I mentioned Jalolov, they have him too.

          • They are probably in schock with what happend to my countrymate Yoka who was defeated in an upset a few weeks ago ! Yoka’s team were too much confident about his abilities in the pro rankings and they picked the wrong guy..

  • This guy Ivan Dychko hits so hard. You can youtube him knocking this guy out with one punch in the first round and the guy is having a seizure. Reminds me of Wilder’s power.

  • When is Dychko going to fight a live body ?! He has one of the best amateur record in his country and he is in his prime at 31, no more time to lose..

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