QUOTE (daprofessor @ Feb 17 2012, 03:32 PM)
any chance klit comes out of his normal passive style to attack and possibly give chisora a chance? i've never seen him fight so i have no idea if he is any good or if this is just another sacrificial lamb for klit.
If the Vitali that schooled Arreola shows up, then Vitali could KO Chisora. Chisora's improved and is currently the best that I've ever seen him. Chisora hasn't convinced me that he has K.O power against big guys, but in his last match against the extremely over rated Robert Helenius, Chisora looked the best that I've seen him. He had nice movement, put together several combos and even used the jab very nicely for a shorter guy fighting a bigger guy. Chisora lost the decision, but he was clearly robbed.
So, I'd say that if Vitali is too passive (even though i think that he's less passive than his bro.), then Chisora could have a few opportunities, but I still think that Klitschko wins. Chisora does have a chance, but he's definitely and deservedly a serious underdog.