How so? The fight lasted 40s and Alikhan barely stayed at Cuk range, Cuk couldn't close the distance because of Vahaev much longer reach and when he tried, got a knee to the face.. In my opinion that fight was a masterpiece performance by Vahaev, he shut down any danger Cuk could offer with his management of distance. Spivak had much more trouble putting Cuk away, and took some shots in the process as well. Again, i'm not sure he's going be a world contender, but to his age and to HW standards he looks good imo. Andrey Kovalev is a ukrainian prospect who came out of WMMAA and fights at regional lv, so far he hasn't beat any good fighter but is undefeated and looks somewhat promising, but we need to see more of him ofc, his best 2 wins are against jobbers. He has a solid jab and apparently, heavy hands until he gets tired. A lot of work to do in the grappling department.