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Old 03-12-2013, 03:02 PM
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Originally Posted by simonihirst View Post
They are both *******. The last time Klitschko fought someone worthwhile was Haye. There is much better opposition out there and Klitschko's silly contracts force them out of fighting them. Only has beens and ******* will fight on a Klitschko contract. Povetkin almost got beat by a cruiserweight.
I mean.. I agree? But someone who has backed out of his mandatory on a couple of occassions and who doesn't seem to make any hard push to face the champion, can't really be taken seriously. Now top that with Sauerland's pretty obvious choice of keeping the WBA regular strap, so they can milk that padded "0" and bring nobodies over to fight for the "heavyweight title", it's all bs really. I, for one, would like Povetkin to face Helenius. Sauerland probably won't do it though, but the winner could face Wlad.
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