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Mariusz Wach on a Possible Fall Fight With V. Klitschko

By Luke Furman

Polish heavyweight giant Mariusz Wach (27-0, 15KOs) was scheduled to return in the month of July, but the card was canceled. According to Wach, he is being considered for a potential fight with WBC champion Vitali Klitschko (44-2, 40KOs) in the fall. Wach, standing at over 6'7, stopped his last seven opponents by knockout. Wach doesn't know if the fight with Vitali is possible for this year or 2012.

"I still don't know anything about the fight, only that there have been some discussions, so there is still a long way to go. It was my plan to fight in July, regardless of whether the fight against Klitschko was scheduled or not. He last fought in March. I've been assured the chances of organizing this fight is very high. However, I do not wonder where on this fight. It seems to me that everything should be explained in a week, maybe two," Wach said.

"It may be in the fall. We'll see what happens. Just the two sides must agree to certain terms and then the fight will take place. They want to fight in the U.S., but I don't think that's where it will go. Most likely, Germany. I know I'm ready, I'm in good shape. I've had successful training camps and successful fights. I feel really good."

Luke Furman covers boxing for bokser.org.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Ravens Fan on 05-19-2012

The only reason a fighter who has only fought the Tye Fields and Kevin McBrides of the world should be in the same arena as Vitali during a boxing match is if they happened to be on the under card.…

Comment by Mr. Invincible on 05-18-2012

[QUOTE=BostonGuy;12142441]I've followed this guy for the last several years and he's not bad. He fights like an East European - he keeps a high guard, doesn't waste punches and utilities his height against smaller opponents. Having said that, he's a…

Comment by BostonGuy on 05-18-2012

I've followed this guy for the last several years and he's not bad. He fights like an East European - he keeps a high guard, doesn't waste punches and utilities his height against smaller opponents. Having said that, he's a…

Comment by Mr. Invincible on 05-18-2012

It doesn't matter, everyone will just say he was green when Vitali annihilated this guy too. There will always be a reason why Vitali deserves no credit for beating another undefeated prospect.

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