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Old 01-06-2014, 05:36 PM
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Originally Posted by Dr.Eisenfaust View Post
Eventhough I think Vitali was in his prime in 2011, I also think that the 2002-2004 Vitali would batter his brother. The 2011 Vitali would win by a very very close decision Wladimir when it comes to styles.
If 2011 Wlad fought 2011 Vitali, I think Wlad would win quite comfortably. Could be wrong but it's a hunch. 2004 Vitali was a different animal in my opinion.

He's mentally strong, bigger, punches just as hard if only slightly less hard, iron chin, lion heart. He was quite a fighter. Big shame his best years were arguably taken away from him.
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