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Solis' Trainer: Odlanier at Proper Weight To Beat Klitschko

By Miguel Rivera

Trainer Pedro Luis Diaz is delighted with the current weight of Odlanier Solis (17-0, 12KOs). The unbeaten Cuban will challenge WBC champion Vitali Klitschko on Saturday in Cologne, Germany. There have been many questions regarding the conidtioning of Solis, who in the past has struggled with weight. Diaz is confident the performance of Solis will satisfy those questions on Saturday.

"My boxer is at the ideal weight to beat Vitali Klitschko. No more, no less. Just enough. There will be a big surprise on Saturday that no one would could predict. Solis' preparation has been designed and prepared, down to the smallest detail. Vitali does not know what kind of trouble he is in for. Odlanier is in the prime of his career. We've reviewed Vitali's opponents over the years and saw that none of them have the quality of Solis. Not in speed nor movement, nor the boxing IQ. Again, on Saturday there will be a surprise," Diaz said.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by nomadman on 03-19-2011

[QUOTE=micky1971;10255315]i think vitality will get spanked here but, the nazis will probably say..."well, he is past his prime" or "he wasnt on form" or "hes upset about his mum holding bukkake parties for all david hayes fans and friends"! i…

Comment by micky1971 on 03-19-2011

i think vitality will get spanked here but, the nazis will probably say..."well, he is past his prime" or "he wasnt on form" or "hes upset about his mum holding bukkake parties for all david hayes fans and friends"! i…

Comment by vinny2006 on 03-19-2011

Solis will surprise everyone with this victory over Vitali. I truly believe that this is going to be a serious upset, worse than the Lennox Lewis fight. I see Solis dominating Vitali and him quitting in this one, because of…

Comment by Nautilus on 03-18-2011

[QUOTE=Freedom!;10251444]I disagree. He'll show up lighter than he was against Austin, and will give Vitali the most difficult fight he's had since his return.[/QUOTE] Cubans have always had a great boxing school... I will support Vitaliy though!

Comment by cubano11 on 03-18-2011

Solis 247.....and vitali 249

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