Klitschko vs Liakhovich Fight in The Works For June 4?
By Ruslan Chikov
According to several reports in Russia, WBC world heavyweight champion Vitali Klitschko (42-2, 39 KOs) could possibly defend his title against former WBO champ Sergei Liakhovich (25-3, 16 KOs) on June 4 in Germany. Vitali is the main runner to fight Tomasz Adamek in September, but wants to take another fight inbetween. Two weeks ago, he stopped Odlanier Solis in a single round after the Cuban was dropped and badly injured his right knee.
[QUOTE=Check;10317890]Never seen him fight but I certainly wouldn't overlook him. Vitali has lost a step and as each day passes he losses some more. I just think it be smart for him to rest and get ready for possibly his…Comment by Check on 04-02-2011
[QUOTE=Freedom!;10317800]Lyakhovich is just a warm-up and so there's not a big risk here. He has less of a chance of hurting Vitali than Arreola.[/QUOTE] Never seen him fight but I certainly wouldn't overlook him. Vitali has lost a step and…Comment by Freedom. on 04-02-2011
[QUOTE=Check;10317734]Yeah but he beat Chris down and easily won. Vitali had nothing lined up right after that fight also. If Vitali doesn't win this fight easily, which I'm not sure he will then it will mess up the plans with…Comment by Check on 04-02-2011
[QUOTE=Freedom!;10317703]Vitali fought Kevin Johnson less than three months after he fought Chris Arreola.[/QUOTE] Yeah but he beat Chris down and easily won. Vitali had nothing lined up right after that fight also. If Vitali doesn't win this fight easily, which…Comment by larryxxx. on 04-02-2011
i say give holyfield a shot..why notPost a Comment/View More User Comments (82)