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Helenius Expects Vitali Klitschko To Batter Dereck Chisora

By Per Ake Persson

EBU heavyweight champ Robert Helenius is nursing his sore right hand while on vacation with his family. Helenius feels Dereck Chisora has no chance of winning against Vitali WBC heavyweight Klitschko. A few weeks ago, Helenius won a controversial twelve round decision over Chisora in Helsinki. Many observers believe Chisora did enough to earn the victory. Earlier this week, Klitschko finalized a deal to defend his title against Chisora on February 18th in Munich.

"I had Dereck hurt in the first round and would have stopped him if I hadn´t injured my hand, said Robert to Finnish journalist Juhani Gronberg. "Imagine then what Vitali will do with two working hands."

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Sparked_1985 on 12-16-2011

This Helenius is a bit of a baby. Which is a shame as he came across really well in a lot of the interviews I've seen of him. He should be bitter that Chisora is fighting for a world title…

Comment by MASTERFUL on 12-16-2011

[QUOTE=Tobi.G;11569654]Average posters are no professional boxers. But even an average poster should see that Chisora will get battered. But Vitali is not great, battering a Chisora prooves that you are an decent heavyweight thats it. Of course Vitali and Wlad…

Comment by Sage84 on 12-16-2011

Wow, if I was Helenius I would still be huddled up in a cupboard somewhere weeping in shame. I can't believe he has the cheek to comment on anything Chisora does.

Comment by Tobi.G on 12-16-2011

[QUOTE=Mr. Invincible;11568926]See, even possible future opponent Helenius knows how special Vitali is. Why can't average posters on here understand it?[/QUOTE] Average posters are no professional boxers. But even an average poster should see that Chisora will get battered. But Vitali…

Comment by Mr. Invincible on 12-16-2011

See, even possible future opponent Helenius knows how special Vitali is. Why can't average posters on here understand it?

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