Originally Posted by BIGPOPPAPUMP
Puerto Rican heavyweight Fres Oquendo (35-7 and 23 KO's) stated that discussions are ongoing for a fight against IBO/WBO/WBA/IBF heavyweight champion Wladimir Klitschko (50 KOs and a 59-3 record) on April 6th in Hanover. There had been mentions of Wladimir facing Olympic gold medal winner Odlanier Solis, but the Cuban's promoter says the negotiations fell apart.
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The discussions could be "ongoing", but are very likely just Oquendo's manager contacting Klitschko. It's normal for a voluntary for the champion to start tentative negotiations with 3-4 potential opponents, before a final deision is made.
Oquendo is a trier, which is about all that can be said for him. At best he was a low B, (not good) but today likely a low C. He shouldn't be fighting the champion except in an exhibition.
Anyway a poster has reported that Klitschko's manager says that it's not true.