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Vitali's Wife Praises Her Husband For Not Striking Chisora

By Ruslan Chikov

Natalia Klitschko, the wife of WBC heavyweight champion Vitali Klitschko, praised her husband for restraining himself last Friday in Munich, when British challenger Dereck Chisora smacked him across the face at their pre-fight weigh-in. Vitali held himself together and the following night he won a twelve round unanimous decision over Chisora.

"I'm happy that Vitali, despite all of the provocations, did not succumb to them. I admire the restraint and patience of my husband. And he never ceases to fascinate me because at his age, he continues to display the highest level of boxing," Natalia said.

She does give Chisora credit by regarding him as one of the toughest challengers to step in the ring with Vitali.

"It wasn't until after the twelfth round that I had a sigh of relief. I knew that Chisora ​was a serious contender, one of the most powerful that my husband had fought in recent years, so I understood that it wouldn't be easy for Vitali in the ring."

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by thecrowchamp on 02-24-2012

A true professional the sign of a real champion

Comment by lutenco on 02-24-2012

[QUOTE=BIGPOPPAPUMP;11816768]Natalia Klitschko, the wife of WBC heavyweight champion Vitali Klitschko, praised her husband for restraining himself last Friday in Munich, when British challenger Dereck Chisora smacked him across the face at their pre-fight weigh-in. Vitali held himself together and the…

Comment by GoogleMe on 02-24-2012

Wp wife..........

Comment by Pez on 02-24-2012

The Klits are professional. I would have expected Wlad to do something when Chisora spit all that water on his face.

Comment by The Devil on 02-24-2012

Bitschko paid her off just like he does the WBC. Any man knows that his wife is dying of humiliation that her husband showed the world he is not a real man, and she is moist with desire for Chisora…

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