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Manuel Charr: Vitali is My Idol, But I Will Break Him!

By Ruslan Chikov

Undefeated contender Manuel Charr (21-0, 11 KOs) is hoping to send WBC heavyweight champion Vitali Klitschko (44-2, 40 KOs) into retirement on September 8th fight at the Olympisky Sport Hall in Moscow, Russia.

Vitali might be fighting for the final time in his career. Following the date with Charr, Vitali will take part in the mayoral elections in Kiev. Vitali is expected to win. For several months, Vitali has not denied the fact that he plans to retire from boxing if the elections play out in his favor. Win or lose, Charr could very well become the final opponent of Vitali's career.

The champion's trainer, Fritz Sdunek, is very familar with Charr. They worked together in the past. Charr doesn't deny that he idolized Vitali, but there won't be any respect when they enter the ring.

"In the ring, there won't be any respect. However, then I will devour Mr. Klitschko. He is my idol, but I will break him," Charr said

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by New England on 07-03-2012

i must break you. necesito romperlo

Comment by joe strong on 07-03-2012

the only thing charr will be breaking is his face when vitali caves it in...

Comment by nycsmooth on 07-03-2012

Charr, like the entire hvywt division, is a joke...some1 xplain how this nothing, who hasn't beaten a top10 guy gets a shot...

Comment by chav on 07-03-2012

[QUOTE=jimmy1569;12300230]Even i can't justify this one.. esp. when he has one or two fights remaining. I seriously would rather see Holyfield against him than this. Dude's going to come right at him & get bashed from the outset. I think…

Comment by jimmy1569 on 07-03-2012

[QUOTE=chav;12300220]I never thought I would see the day.My mind has been blown. Jimmy Im sending you some green K for honesty[/QUOTE] Even i can't justify this one.. esp. when he has one or two fights remaining. I seriously would rather…

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