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“I’ll tell any fighter this – if you go to the body with Sergey, you can beat him,” Jackson said exclusively to BoxingScene.com. “If  Shabranskyy goes to the body from round one on – it’s like I told [assistant trainer] Don Turner before the second fight, ‘If Ward goes to the body, he’s gonna stop him.’ And that’s what he did, he stopped him. Ward went to the body and found his weakness. And any fighter that fights Sergey, if you go to the body you have a hell of a shot.”

“Even in the gym, when you hit the body, he turns away,” Jackson said. “He started doing the same thing in the [second] fight [with Ward]. There were times he’d stop the sparring. He’d just walk away and come back, the same way he did in the fight. But you can’t stop.”

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