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> Epix: V. Klitschko vs. D. Chisora. (Approx. 3PM(PST)/5PM (ET) SPOILERS WITHIN, No Public Streams Permitted. Keep everything in this thread
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post Feb 18 2012, 09:38 PM
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am hoping for a chisora haye scrap next, it should hopefully make us forget what an atrocity haye harrison was.

i didnt like chisora before this fight, but everything hes done has made it more entertaining, sure he isnt no mohammad ali, hes more of a brutal mike tyson in the way he speaks, and this business with haye, it seems like some bad blood and nothing makes a good fight than bad blood between fighters, i wanted for klit to ko him by the sixth but as the rounds went on i wanted him to get that perfect punch, from what he says hes a thug, but a thug that can draw people with a belt round his waist.

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post Feb 19 2012, 12:45 PM
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How many fights left do you guys seeing the 40 year old Klitschko having? He certainly looked vulnerable in there. His lack of stamina is what I think is going to be his eventual downfall.

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post Feb 19 2012, 02:21 PM
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QUOTE (BrutalBodyShots @ Feb 19 2012, 12:45 PM) *
How many fights left do you guys seeing the 40 year old Klitschko having? He certainly looked vulnerable in there. His lack of stamina is what I think is going to be his eventual downfall.


I imagine Vitali will fight a couple more times and call it a night. I thought he did well against Chisora. He did look vulnerable, but both Klitchskos do when their opponents pressure them and make them move on their feet.

The haye-chisora-vlad-vitali dynamic is too bankable to retire. They gotta know any variation of fights between the brothers and haye and chisora will spark more interest than any other available heavyweight fight.
I do have a sneaking suspicion that Haye won't fight Chisora and will continue to campaign for a vitali bout.

What do you think?? What happens in vitali-haye or chisora-vitali II?
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