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Povetkin's Manager: Vitali Will Dominate Chisora Easy

By Alexey Sukachev

Top Russian promoter Vladimir Hryunov, who also manages WBA "regular" heavyweight champion Alexander Povetkin, shared his thoughts about the upcoming match-up between unpredictable challenger Dereck Chisora (15-2, 9 KOs) and WBC heavyweight king Vitali Klitschko (43-2, 40 KOs). The fight takes place later today in Munich, Germany.

“I have no doubt that Vitali will dominate his opponent easily. You shouldn’t be waiting for an upset in this fight. Chisora looked so perfect against [Robert] Helenius because the latter was injured and couldn’t get going”, commented Hryunov to R-Sport.

“The fight will follow its usual path. Vitali can end it around the fifth to the seventh rounds. As for the chance for the older brother to get this win, I can not offer you my own opinion as it’s too biased, because I’m an old fan of Vitaly and I want him to get this one badly!”

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Juuza on 02-19-2012

****ing drunken pig!Shut the **** up you *****! What do you have to say about it now?****ing punk chicken.Povetkin would get murdered by Chisora and he will be koed by either Klitschko.

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