Klitschkos Hold a Joint Camp, The First Time in Many Years
By Ruslan Chikov
For the first time in many years, the Klitschko brothers have come together for a joint training camp in Austria. The two brother have scheduled defenses only two weeks apart in Germany.
WBO/IBO/WBA/IBF champion Wladimir Klitschko defends his titles on March 3rd against Jean Marc Mormeck (36-4, 22KOs) at ESPIRIT Arena in Dusseldorf. Two weeks earlier, on February 18th, Vitali Klitshko (43-2, 40KOs) defends the WBC title against Dereck Chisora (15-2, 9KOs) at Olympiahalle in Munich.
"This is a joint training camp, but our preparations are absolutely different. Everyone has their own plan and their own problems [in a fight]. Its really nice to see my brother during training. It feels like I'm back in my teenage years, when we trained together and gave each other advice. Vitali tells me things and I also give him advice, because now I have the experience. We see each other throughout the day. And see each other in training, and at the dinner table," Wladimir told championat.
Imagine they sparred and some recorded it online, that would be pretty epic I have to say. I can imagine Old Vitali whooping Wladdy. Wladdy isnt a born fighter unlike his brother who IMO is one of the meanest fighters…Comment by Alonzo Harris on 01-30-2012
Cool, now lets see them in the ring together...Comment by Someone88 on 01-30-2012
[QUOTE=TonkaJones;11721756]I realy like the Klitschkos. Both are model professionals & conduct themselves as gentleman. Wlad just showed how a boxer should conduct himself in the build up to the Haye fight. David Haye was just an absolute embarrasment & made…Comment by TonkaJones on 01-30-2012
I realy like the Klitschkos. Both are model professionals & conduct themselves as gentleman. Wlad just showed how a boxer should conduct himself in the build up to the Haye fight. David Haye was just an absolute embarrasment & made…Comment by Daïa on 01-30-2012
Wlad made a giant inferiority complex after his third loss, because Vitali was the best in 2004-2005, but no more.Post a Comment - View More User Comments (7)