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Vitali Klitschko Postpones Career Decision Until 2013
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WBC heavyweight champion Vitali Klitschko (45-2, 41 KOs) is still unsure about his future. The Ukrainian fighter, who continues to surge with his political career, previously planned to announce an official statement by December 17th, but eventually he decided to postpone this decision until next year.

“Vitali has to take a long hard look at his future. That’s why he will settle things next year, if he choose sport or politics,” said Klitschko’s manager, Bernd Boente.

Klitschko’s last fight took place on September 8th in Moscow, Russia, when he won over Manuel Charr (21-1, 11 KOs) with a 4th round technical knockout. According to recent reports, 41-year old Ukrainian still does not exclude that in the next fight he may face former two division champion David Haye (26-2, 24 KO).

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comment by Freedom., on 12-10-2012
I wouldn't mind seeing Vitali have a farewell fight against Tyson Fury in 2012.

comment by Ravens Fan, on 12-10-2012
[QUOTE=JAB5239]What Im saying is both them and their fans approach boxing like its a tag team and that its ok. Boxing is an individual sport. Just because one brother beats one guy doesn't mean the other shouldn't have to fight him.....especially considering that won't (can't) fight each other. W...

comment by JAB5239, on 12-10-2012
[QUOTE=WladimirK]What do you mean? The Klitschko's fight everyone who's not ducking them. They never avoid anybody.[/QUOTE] What Im saying is both them and their fans approach boxing like its a tag team and that its ok. Boxing is an individual sport. Just because one brother beats one guy doe...

comment by -Weltschmerz-, on 12-10-2012
[QUOTE=Andrew5550]And you believe that? Haha. And yes, I do want VK to fight David Haye. He's not a LHW, but a natural heavy, albeit a smaller one. Former CW and HW champion, with just as high a KO% as VK. That's a lot better than any other fighter he's ever beaten.[/QUOTE] Who did the Klitsch...

comment by dan_cov, on 12-10-2012
[QUOTE=Andrew5550]And you believe that? Haha. And yes, I do want VK to fight David Haye. He's not a LHW, but a natural heavy, albeit a smaller one. Former CW and HW champion, with just as high a KO% as VK. That's a lot better than any other fighter he's ever beaten.[/QUOTE] David Haye hasn't...

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