2013 BOXING fight – Yoan Pablo Hernandez vs Alexander Alekseev – full fight Video IBF

3_stars_boxing_ranking_allthebestfightsReview: 2013-11-23, good fight with two knockdowns and a spectacular finish: Yoan Pablo Hernandez vs Alexander Alekseev gets three stars. Alexander Alekseev ranked as the No.5 cruiserweight in the world, entered the fight with a record of 24-2-1 (20 KOs=83%) while Yoan Pablo Hernandez had a record of 27-1-0 (13 knockouts; Hernandez is not ranked as he hasn’t fought since September 15, 2012 when he defeated Troy Ross). Hernandez vs Alekseev is valid for the IBF cruiserweight title (Hernandez’s third defense). Watch the video!




Date: 2013-11-23

Where: Stechert Arena, Bamberg, Bayern, Germany

Division: cruiserweight (200 lbs, 90.7 kg)

Title: IBF cruiserweight title

Result: Click here to show the fight’s result
Yoan Pablo Hernandez def. Alexander Alekseev (KO at 1:35, round 10)


Hernandez’s previous fight: Yoan Pablo Hernandez vs Troy Ross

Alekseev’s previous fight: Alexander Alekseev vs Garrett Wilson

Hernandez’s next fight: Yoan Pablo Hernandez vs Firat Arslan


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3 thoughts on “2013 BOXING fight – Yoan Pablo Hernandez vs Alexander Alekseev – full fight Video IBF”

  1. Hernandez is a more technical boxer than the Russian and scored 3 nice knock downs being the last one the final. However, in my opinion he got prematurely tired. The Russian boxer used the left hand very seldom which was very bad for him since he is a strong puncher.

    1. Agreed. Hernandez looked a little gassed, but he had nothing to worry about from Alekseev. The Russian appeared to think he could win with the jab. His reward for this one-dimensional approach against a multi-dimensional fighter was eating vicious body shots and of course the three knockdowns from shots to the head. Not exactly a good fight given the mismatch — two stars.

  2. Even though ref Lindsey Page saved Alekseev in the 5th with an 18 count (he was on the canvas for 12 seconds) much like he saved Bute in his fight with Andrade, and even though Hernandez was totally exhausted, he still had enough left for that big right hook in the tenth. I, too, noticed that Alekseev didn’t throw the left much down the stretch…I figure he must have hurt it.

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