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Vitali Klitschko Admits: "Wladimir is Better Than Me"

By Michal Koper

During Tuesday's presser in Warsaw, Poland to announce the fight between WBC heavyweight champion Vitali Klitschko and European champion Albert Sosnowski, the Ukrainian belt holder was asked, who was the better boxer – he or his younger brother -Wladimir Klitschko, who holds the WBO/IBO/IBF titles.

No family rivalry between the two brothers as Vitali was honest with his answer and said Wladimir was the better fighter.
 
"I have just one belt, [and] my brother has three of them. He' much younger, he's the best, he has the skills. He's a great boxer and a great champion. The only fighter who can beat me is my brother. In my personal opinion, he's better than me," Vitali Klitschko said.

Michal Koper covers the Polish boxing scene for ringpolska.pl

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by boxingking500 on 09-16-2010

wlad is alot better than vitali

Comment by boxingking500 on 06-05-2010

why the hell does every klitschko thread always have to turn into a vitali-lewis arguments... its pretty stupid lennox won the fight end of argument... does that mean vitali sucks, hell no......vitali is a beast, taking that hard uppercut from…

Comment by Dave Rado on 04-02-2010

[QUOTE=Ðemise;7956779]But Vitali is just a better version of Wlad, with a stronger chin. Even though I'm more of Wlad fan.[/QUOTE] He's not an [B]anything [/B]version of Wlad. Their styles could hardly be more different. Which makes it impossible to predict…

Comment by IMDAZED on 04-01-2010

He's just being honest. Head to head Vitali wins but looking at resumes, Vitali's is garbage.

Comment by D-MiZe on 04-01-2010

Vitali is humble and he's the older brother, so of course he's going to compliment Wlad. But Vitali is just a better version of Wlad, with a stronger chin. Even though I'm more of Wlad fan.

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