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Vitali Klitschko Promises To Knock Odlanier Solis Out

By Ruslan Chikov

WBA heavyweight champion Vitali Klitschko (42-2) has promised to knock Odlanier Solis (14-0) out on Saturday at the Lanxess Arean in Cologne, Germany. Solis called Klitschko an "old man" that he plans to stop within the distance. He questioned if Klitschko has the stamina to go through a long and grueling contest. Klitschko promised a very active fight that he predicts will end before the twelve.

"Solis is one of the hardest opponents of my career. I can fight for twelve rounds at a high tempo but the fight won't last twelve rounds. There are good amateurs from Cuba but it's different in the professional game,” Klitschko said.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by jknightx on 03-15-2011

[QUOTE=hweightblogger;10235629]Lewis fought Bowe at the Olympics. [/QUOTE] Yes,I but thought were just we were decussing pro fights resume.But I never liked Bowe much and thought it was a total ***** move to…

Comment by Juuza on 03-15-2011

Wise words from Vitali.Amateurs and pros are too different.Solis was a great amateur,but he sucks as a pro.

Comment by RINGG on 03-15-2011

Vitali is not making a bold prediction here. Solis is still green and his best and possibly only meaningful win was a DQ over Austin. But who else is there to fight for the title?

Comment by hweightblogger on 03-14-2011

[quote=jknightx;10235113]lewis never fought Bowe[/quote] Lewis fought Bowe at the Olympics.

Comment by Tiozzo on 03-14-2011

[QUOTE=Steelhammer2011;10235128]retarded haters Vitali annihilated Sanders Round 1: Sanders 10-9 Round 2: Vitali 10-9 Round 3: Vitali 10-9 Round 4: Vitali 10-9 Round 5: Vitali 10-8 Round 6: Vitali 10-9 Round 7: Vitali 10-9 Round 8: Vitali wins by Knockout Punch…

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