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Photos: Klitschko Puts in Final Hard Work With Banks

GOING, AUSTRIA - Unified champion Wladimir Klitschko puts in one of his final training sessions at Hotel Stanglwirt. Klitschko will defend his WBA, IBO, IBF and WBO heavyweight titles against challenger Mariusz Wach of Poland at O2 World on November 10th in Hamburg, Germany. Wach is the first opponent who is actually taller than Klitschko. Wladimir is being trained by Jonathan Banks, who took over for the late Emanuel Steward. Photos by Michael Sterlingeaton

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by New England on 11-01-2012

wladimir is ice grilling his new trainer :rofl: poor guy steps in to train a hall of famer who literally never gets hit. what are you going to tell that guy? nothing wladimir trains himself now.

Comment by whoelibits on 11-01-2012

Deep, intellectual photographer, clearly. He found the black-and-white button.

Comment by SelectOne on 11-01-2012

This fight is a really risky fight for wlad hes bound to be effected by stewards death hes going to be feeling it alright this will be the Biggest test of his mental character hes ever going to have hes…

Comment by ddangerous on 11-01-2012

Hope it's competitive and both guys bring it.

Comment by therealremi on 11-01-2012

Evidently Wlad deemed it necessary to hire a bunch of quality sparring partners to prepare for this "bum" Mariusz Wach, who on the other hand, had no such luxury.

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