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Default How would the Klistchko brothers fare against elite heavyweights of the past?

I think the Klitschko brothers are good but I don't think they're ATG heavyweights. A potential win against Haye ( a blown up CW) would possibly be Steel Hammer's best win LMAO! Who is Vitali's best win? I think the Klitschko's would be average at best if they matched up with HW such as Ali, Johnson, Lewis, Holmes, Foreman, Holyfield, Lennox Lewis, Tyson, etc. It's not their fault that they're competition are guys like Arreola, Solis, Sonowksi, Chambers, etc. I think Ernie Shaver would flatten Wladimir Klitschko like a pancake.
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