Photos: Vitali Klitschko Caught in Middle of Violent Rally
Former heavyweight champion Vitali Klitschko, the leader of the UDAR (Punch) political party in Ukraine, tried his best to stop fighting between police and protesters during an opposition rally in the Ukrainian capital of Kiev. Klitschko, one of the key figures in the protest, is standing side by side with 200,000 protesters who are expressing their frustration over the government's ditching of a pact with the EU under Russian pressure. Klitschko, who plans to run for president, has been part of the protests for the last two months.
Well, looks like this thread has turned into pissing contest of endless insults, flaming and other nonboxing related bullsh1t. Everyone the f*ck outComment by BattlingNelson on 01-20-2014
[QUOTE=JAB5239;14152744]That's cool. But if your going to post on a boxing forum be prepared to Bach those opinions up and be called out on them. Seems to many people like to just run their mouth and not back it up.…Comment by Boxing Goat on 01-20-2014
[QUOTE=LacedUp;14152649]That guy claims to have watched boxing since the 80's. You would have a hard time believing that a 40+ year old individual would sink to such a low level over a few funny internet remarks. :rofl:[/QUOTE] I have been…Comment by JAB5239 on 01-20-2014
[QUOTE=BattlingNelson;14152697]That just because you do not count Vitali's WBC title defenses as titledefenses or Roy Jones's likewise, I'm just merely pointing out that there are others 'in the real world' with alternate opinions.[/QUOTE] That's cool. But if your going to…Comment by BattlingNelson on 01-20-2014
[QUOTE=JAB5239;14152686]OK, and what does that have to do with this?[/QUOTE] That just because you do not count Vitali's WBC title defenses as titledefenses or Roy Jones's likewise, I'm just merely pointing out that there are others 'in the real world'…Post a Comment - View More User Comments (230)