By Inna Lagun, bokser.org
Former world title challenger Albert Sosnowski, who lost to WBC champion Vitali Klitschko via a spirited late knockout in June 2010, considers Vitali to be a heavy favorite in Saturday's fight with undefeated Cuban defector and 2004 Olympic Gold medal winner Odlanier Solis. The fight will happen in Cologne, Germany.
“On paper, Solis appears to be the toughest opponent for Klitschko in some time, which is confirmed by his exceptional achievements in the amateur and professional boxing ranks. For Solis, this fight (against Klitschko) is an extremely serious task, and if he loses some weight he will prove to be very dangerous. On the other hand, Vitali is in possession of a punishing punch and he can ruin his opponent’s plans. If Solis fails to deliver a hard blow at the very beginning, he will be disintegrated into elementary particles."