Photos: Vitali Klitschko Begins His New Political Post
Kiev's mayor-elect Vitali Klitschko is sworn in to his political post and then speaks to the city's citizens in front the council building in Kiev. Promising 'zero tolerance' on corruption, the former world boxing heavyweight champion assumed his new title at Kiev's city hall, which has been controlled by pro-European protesters since December. 'Change in our country will come from the capital, from Kiev,' said Klitscko, who won 56.7 percent of the votes in the election for mayor, held at the same time as the presidential election on May 25.
[QUOTE=VG_Addict;14629281]Vitali's resume is garbage.[/QUOTE] Not one person in this thread gives a sh1t about your opinion ! Go troll elsewhere.Comment by Scott.Weiland. on 06-06-2014
[QUOTE=BattlingNelson;14632336]He does boxing proud.[/QUOTE] Absolutely.its great to see him reap the recognition he deserves,green sent.Comment by BattlingNelson on 06-06-2014
He does boxing proud.Comment by VG_Addict on 06-06-2014
[QUOTE=KBRO;14631028]45-2 41 ko's 3 time heavyweight champion.. HOLDS nearly 20 heavyweight records Won 95% of all the rds he fought.. stopped practically 90% of his opposition. No doubt in my mind I'd have him as my #1 H2H over any…Comment by budfr on 06-06-2014
hall of fame career, no one will say no to his political ideas or he´ll beat them up. He should not be in politics though, not his field and looks freakishly tall.Post a Comment - View More User Comments (14)