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Vitali Klitschko's Trainer Feels He Will Fight Once Again

By Ruslan Chikov

WBC heavyweight champion Vitali Klitschko (45-2, 41KOs) may still continue his career, according to the boxer's coach Fritz Zdunek. Klitschko has not come out to the ring since September of last year when he stopped Manuel Charr in four rounds. Vitali's mandatory is Canadian puncher Bermane Stiverne (23-1-1, 20KOs). Vitali has yet to make an official decision on his future. The 41-year-old fighter is heavily involved in politics in Ukraine. 

"I can not say definitely that Vitali will return to the ring, or when. Everything will depend on his political activities. In the next two or three weeks, he will make a final decision," said Zdunek. "Last week, I spoke to him on the phone and he told me - 'do not worry, I am already exercising 90 minutes a day.' I don't think that we've heard the last word from Vitali when it comes to boxing."

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Light_Speed on 07-08-2013

[QUOTE=JAB5239;13538251]I this is for naught because what it boils down to is he QUIT and never sought to rematch. The talk of permanent injury is laughable when he was winning to risk blindness against hard hitting Lewis, but wouldn't continue…

Comment by Ravens Fan on 07-07-2013

[QUOTE=JAB5239;13538251]I this is for naught because what it boils down to is he QUIT and never sought to rematch. The talk of permanent injury is laughable when he was winning to risk blindness against hard hitting Lewis, but wouldn't continue…

Comment by JAB5239 on 07-07-2013

[QUOTE=Szef99;13538615]Maybe because Lewis was ummm undisputed champion? And yeah I'm done with arguing with grown man who's obsessed with other grown man.[/QUOTE] Cool, so he quit and gave up a title he did have but wanted to continue for something…

Comment by Szef on 07-07-2013

[QUOTE=JAB5239;13538593]Lol, I thought you were done responding to me? We already know you're done responding to simple questions because you can't answer them. Why was he willing to risk"permanent injury" against Lewis, but not soft hitting Chris Byrd? :lol1:[/QUOTE] Maybe…

Comment by JAB5239 on 07-07-2013

[QUOTE=Szef99;13538584]WTF are you still on it?:lol1: Sure, you're not a hater:lol1: Vit quit because he didn't want to risk permanent injury, that's a fact, no matter what some bold boxer wannabe says. He will be remembered as great champion and…

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