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Klitschkos' Manager Confident: Haye, Adamek Going Down

By Ruslan Chikov

Bernd Boente, the manager for world heavyweight champions Wladimir and Vitali Klitschko, is confident that his boxers will win their upcoming fights. He expects Wladimir to unify the WBO/WBA/IBF/IBO titles by defeating British boxer David Haye on July 2 at the Imtech-Arena in Hamburg, Germany - and Vitali to retain the WBC belt by defeating younger challenger Tomasz Adamek at Stadion Miejski in Wroclaw, Poland.

"The fight with Vitali and Adamek has no chance of being canceled [based on Haye beating Wladimir and then fighting Vitali]. Let's start with the fact that Wladimir is not going to lose to Haye, and in the fight with [Vitali and Admamek], you will see Vitali's youth, and not his old age [of 40-years]," Boente was quoted by ringpolska.pl

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by UglyPug on 05-25-2011

Haye would get stopped by Chagaev. Chambers would decision him. Samuel Peter stands a good chance to knock him the hell out. Haye deserves mad props for being able to talk his way into making fans believe he is going…

Comment by pistol on 05-25-2011

When Haye destroys Wlad, Vitali will seek revenge and Adamek will lose out. David Haye will become undisputed, but everyone knows he avoided Vitali like the plauge. Vitali Klitchko is the real Heavyweight Champ. Haye knows it, Adam Booth knows,…

Comment by ChopperRead on 05-25-2011

Easy win for Wlad.

Comment by deadbeat hero on 05-25-2011

wow, what a detailed breakdown...

Comment by Leohappy on 05-25-2011

wlad is going to squish haye, put him in an envelope and send him back to america [via london].

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