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 Last update:  2/3/2014       Read more by Boxing Photos         
   
Photo: W. Klitschko Inks Contract To Face Leapai, 4/26
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WBO/IBO/WBA/IBF heavyweight champion Wladimir Klitschko has signed off on his contract to face WBO mandatory challenger Alex Leapai on April 26th in Oberhausen, Germany. Leapai became the mandatory challenger last year with a huge upset decision win over previous mandatory, and then undefeated, Denis Boytsov. Even with the huge upset, Leapai is coming into the fight as a huge underdog.

Tags: Wladimir Klitschko , Alex Leapai , Klitschko-Leapai , Klitschko vs. Leapai



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comment by Jedi Vader, on 02-04-2014
[QUOTE=Arthur Daley]Tyson wasn't in anywhere near as many World title fights as Wladimir. Never the less that's no knock on Mike, both are ATG's.[/QUOTE] Tyson blew away his opposition. [QUOTE=PainfromUkraine]I think it's a business thing...generally if he was fighting in the US (in fact wh...

comment by valero, on 02-03-2014
Let's get ready to GRUMBLE!

comment by thuggery, on 02-03-2014
Excellent fight, cannot wait to watch Wlad do his thing. The guy is untouchable.

comment by Someone88, on 02-03-2014
[QUOTE=jas]im not hatin on wlad. my criticism towards him is a sign of respect. i acknowledge him as the best heavyweight. a great boxer. with that stature comes great responsibility to fight best available opposition and to push for the knockout .[/QUOTE] Fair enough yeh I think Wladimir wil...

comment by yoz, on 02-03-2014
[QUOTE=PainfromUkraine]I think it's a business thing...generally if he was fighting in the US (in fact when he actually WAS) he was going for the KO a lot more and a lot earlier, in Germany or just Europe he tends to carry fights for the sake of the audiences - probably because of the huge shows ...

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