Vitali Back in Training Camp, in Great Shape For Adamek
By Mel "Sabaka" Ohlhöft & Pawel Pronishev
Contrary to some of the false reports being spread, WBC heavyweight champion Vitali Klitschko is already back in training for his fight with Tomasz Adamek on September 10 in Wroclaw, Poland. Klitschko is sparring with Ola Afolabi and Konstantin Airich.
Klitschko briefly broke his camp to take a trip to Kiev after that Ukrainian opposition leader Yulia Tymoshenko was arressted. Klitschko is the leader of the UDAR (or “punch” in English) opposition party.
Fritz Sdunek, trainer of Klitschko, is very pleased with his boxer's camp - "Vitali is already in great condition. The athletic development training went well and there were no problems. Vitali is getting better as he gets older."
UDAR Party by Vitali Klitschko is translated like UKRAINE DEMOCRATIC ALLIANCE for REFORMS. Now Klitschko's UDAR is canvassing enough voices to pas into Ukrainian parliament... It is reported as a deviation from the subject.Comment by ChopperRead on 08-08-2011
[QUOTE=LegendOfLink;10960216]I don't think Putin has anything against Vitali, he looked like good friends with Wlad.[/QUOTE] Putin loves combat sports so of course he admires the K-Bros. But the fact is that Vitali is a member of a party which wants…Comment by jimmy1569 on 08-08-2011
I see another first rd KO in the making. This dude Adamek is easy to hit..throw a featherfister in there with Vitali that CAN be hit & you might as well NOT hear the first bell like Odlanier Solis. Vitali…Comment by WladIsTheChamp on 08-08-2011
[QUOTE=Medved;10960210]Russia needs to takeover Ukraine already, Russians already make up 90% of the money there. We dont need distractions in Vitali's head. Its funny and cute that he wants to play politics but he can do that after he retires.…Comment by uoykcuf on 08-08-2011
[QUOTE=Medved;10960210]Russia needs to takeover Ukraine already, Russians already make up 90% of the money there. We dont need distractions in Vitali's head. Its funny and cute that he wants to play politics but he can do that after he retires.…Post a Comment - View More User Comments (9)