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Rigondeaux: Odlanier Solis Will Beat Vitali Klitschko

By Jhonny Gonzalez

Two Cuban countrymen, two undefeated Olympic gold medal winners, and both of them are fighting on the same day - March 19. In Germany, Odlanier Solis (17-0, 12KOs) will challenge Vitali Klitschko for the WBC heavyweight title, and unbeaten junior featherweight contender Guillermo Rigondeaux will be defending interim-WBA title against Willie Casey in Ireland. Rigondeaux (8-0, 4 KOs) expects both of them to walk away with their hand raised.

"Too bad we are fighting on the same day, but I know that we are both going to walk with the same result - victory. Frankly, everyone who thinks Odlanier doesn't have what it takes to beat Klitschko are going to be in for a big surprise,'' said Rigondeaux to George Ebro. "He is one of the smartest boxers I know. No wonder they call him 'The Shadow'. I'm going to be betting on him.''

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by ChopperRead on 02-18-2011

This is bound to make Solis even more paranoid than he already is. Vitali training for Solis on Thursday of this week: [IMG]http://d.yimg.com/a/p/sp/ap/fd/fullj.be7651436e52865eac6faa5e23d36d41/ap-810258a4bf2145dfa6b2a038fe01b868.jpg[/IMG]

Comment by ChopperRead on 02-18-2011

[QUOTE=JonoYoungP4P;10125220]solis comes in at 260lbs +, he aint got a chance of beating vitali[/QUOTE] He ain't got a chance at any weight, but even less at 260+. He isn't in Vitali's league: he can't punch for sh*t (couldn't even put…

Comment by ChopperRead on 02-18-2011

[QUOTE=madamfackah;10123959]I like Vitali and all but I dont want him to be the next Bernard Hopkins.........[/QUOTE] Vitali had to take 3+ years off due to injury at what should have been the peak years of his career, remember. So what…

Comment by FloydTBE on 02-18-2011

[QUOTE=ChopperRead;10125206]La Fatso is going to be Kirk Johnson II. I expect Vitali to step it up and utterly annihilate this piece of sh*t. Say bye-bye to Solis the Obese.[/QUOTE] solis is just a fat bum

Comment by FloydTBE on 02-18-2011

solis comes in at 260lbs +, he aint got a chance of beating vitali

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