Sergey Lipinets said Levan Ghvamichava wouldn’t be able to hold up against his power. Go ahead and add “soothsayer” to Lipinets’ résumé—along with “undefeated 140-pound prospect.”
“The Wolf” is howling. Go ahead, let him bay, says Sergey Lipinets.
Sergey Lipinets is talking about eating endless elbows and legs, the steady diet of punishment inherent in his past as a professional kickboxer. “Those shots will either make you fall down or become real, real, real tough,” he says. Lipinets isn’t big on the whole falling down thing. So, real, real, real tough he became.
Usually, it takes a boxer more than a dozen fights to morph from promising prospect to legitimate contender. Sergey Lipinets appears to be one of the rare exceptions to that rule.