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Charr is Furious With Vitali Selecting Chisora To Fight

By Ruslan Chikov

WBC International silver heavyweight champion Manuel Charr (20-0) continues to press for a fight with WBC champion Vitali Klitschko. He was particularly angered with Vitali's decision to face British boxer Dereck Chisora on February 18th in Munich, Germany. He claims Vitali challenged him to a fight in June 2010 and Charr accepted, but their fight never took place. Charr is afraid that Vitali will retire before their contest happens. Vitali plans to face Chisora and then David Haye in June. 

"[Wladimir] Klitschko is fighting with a cruiserweight, and now I find out that Vitali is going to box with Chisora. How much more cowardly can Vitali be to box with Chisora, who couldn't even knock out an injured and weak [Robert] Helenius? In addition, Derek Chisora ​​and David Haye both have two losses on their records. Vitali, you called me out to fight in June 2010, when Wladimir boxed with Chagaev in the stadium Schalke. Let's take the fight to Schalke and I will bring 30,000 fans," Charr told Figo Sport.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by jimmy1569 on 12-14-2011

[QUOTE=knockoutkid;11560283]get back down your hole with Ustinov, Dimitrenko, and the rest of the cowards. Stop name checking to increase your profile.[/QUOTE] Thread dismissed! There's a reason he ultimately didn't choose you & that is because of name recognition. Funny.. seems…

Comment by The Hammer on 12-14-2011

Charr is strong, but otherwise he isn't very good. I rate Gerber, Pulev, Wallisch, Glazkov, Pala, Perez, Price, and at least 5 other up-and-coming heavyweights above Charr.

Comment by Hayehammer on 12-14-2011

Manuel charr hasnt fought anyone! He would get his ass beat by chisora!

Comment by joe strong on 12-14-2011

manuel who????? lol!

Comment by knockoutkid on 12-14-2011

get back down your hole with Ustinov, Dimitrenko, and the rest of the cowards. Stop name checking to increase your profile.

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