By Ruslan Chikov
During a recent gathering, WBC heavyweight champion Vitali Klitschko discussed several topics with the press, including the fight with Tomasz Adamek on September 10 in Wroclaw, Poland, a possible fight with former WBA champion David Haye and more.
On Politics Getting in The Way of Training - I've been a professional athlete for over 20 years and have lots of experience. The political problems in Ukraine did not affect my training. I'm perfectly prepared to battle on September 10.
The Difference Between The Fight With Adamek and Wladimir's Fight With Haye - The big difference is that I'm with another trainer, Fritz Sdunek. We are a very good team and he always prepares us right for the next opponent. I almost feel like Adamek is a brother of mine because we studied him so closely. I feel better today than when I was 25 years old and my training and fitness values confirm that. I feel like I still have some unused powder in my fists.
On Fighting David Haye - David Haye has hurt our family again. Wladimir beat him in a big fight for the world title, and I am very proud. Unfortunately, the right ending was missing and I would like to catch up to David Haye in the ring and put him in the dust.