Photos: Wladimir Klitschko Beats Down Wach in Hamburg
Hamburg, Germany - In a battle of giant-sized heavyweights, Wladimir Klitschko (59-3, 50KOs) fought his first opponent who was actually taller, and still dominated with vicious punches to secure a twelve round unanimous decision over previously undefeated Mariusz Wach (27-1, 15KOs) to retain the WBO/IBF/IBO/IBF titles. The scores were 120-107, 120-107 and 119-109.
[QUOTE=WladimirK;12690708]Maybe because he made the opposition look poor. That's what the Klitschko's do. You're saying that if Wlad would meet a 'real opponent', he would just get blasted away like Froch did Bute? That's harsh. I'd have Wlad vs Lennox…Comment by Weltschmerz on 11-12-2012
[QUOTE=ShoulderRoll;12690566]His skill set consists of a 1-2.[/QUOTE] Ring generalship, defense (almost never gets hit these days), movement, foot work, best jab in the worldComment by Weltschmerz on 11-12-2012
[QUOTE=ShoulderRoll;12690531]Lucian Bute had a dominant reign as champ, with 9 title defenses. But it's easy to dominate against poor competition. Once he stepped up against a real opponent we saw his real worth. Wlad would be in a similar situation…Comment by Someone88 on 11-12-2012
Wladimir is a beast!Comment by prinzemanspopa on 11-12-2012
If Wlad's limited offensively,it's only under his own doing.Watch his fight with Mercer if you think his entire arsenal is limited to the occasional 1-2. [QUOTE=Brassangel;12689962]I don't believe Ali would give Wlad a lot of trouble.[/QUOTE] [QUOTE]Does this mean I…Post a Comment/View More User Comments (40)