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Photos: Charr Challenges Haye, Vitali Holds Court Alone

Undefeated heavyweight contender Manuel Charr has been making headlines as of late. This past Saturday night in London, Charr interrupted the post-fight press conference after David Haye and Dereck Chisora discussed their anticipated fight, which Haye won by knockout in the fifth. Charr challenged Haye to a future showdown, which the British boxer gladly accepted - if Charr captures the WBC title in the coming months.

Charr challenges WBC champion Vitali Klitschko on September 8th in Moscow, Russia. A press conference was held on Monday to announce their fight, but this time Charr was not present. As reported earlier on BoxingScene.com, Vitali held court on his own.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Michael Paine on 07-17-2012

Charr embarrassed himself. :nonono:

Comment by JimmyMcNulty on 07-17-2012

He reminds me alittle of Robin Reid in his heyday.

Comment by tripper on 07-17-2012

He looks like he should be serving kebabs in a run down kebab shop to drunk people on a saturday night. He certainly looks like he puts chip pan fat in his hair.

Comment by Capaedia on 07-17-2012

He may make more money against Haye. Both will knock him out anyway

Comment by Bajingo on 07-17-2012

[QUOTE=ShoulderRoll;12345045]Who's sexier, Manuel Charr or Sergio Martinez? :love:[/QUOTE] Definitely Sexy Sergio, Charr has big flabby man titties.

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