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Wladimir Doesn't See a Chisora Fight in The Near Future

By Ruslan Chikov

IBO/WBO/IBF/WBA heavyweight champion Wladimir Klitschko (57-3, 50KOs) doesn't see himself facing British rival Dereck Chisora (15-3, 9KOs) in the near future. Two weeks ago in Munich, Wladimir's older brother, Vitali, retained his WBC title with a twelve round decision over Chisora. There was a lot of controversy that week. Chisora slapped Vitali at the weigh-in. Before the fight with Vitali began, Chisora walked over and spit water into Wladimir face, and then of course the infamous brawl between Chisora and David Haye at the post-fight press conference.

The British contender is already suffering the consequences of his actions from last month, and there are more penalties to come. He was removed from the WBO and WBC rankings, he was hit with huge fines from the WBC and the German Boxing Federation. And the British Boxing Board have scheduled a hearing for March 14, where many expect Chisora to get suspended for several months.

"The Chisora ​​saga has not ended. In addition to a fine, I already know that he was removed from the WBO and WBC ratings, [and they took him off] indefinitely. He doesn't have the right to box in Germany. Now the British Federation will decide on what they plan to do with Chisora - and I think [the hearing] will happen on March 14," Wladimir said.

Wladimir was a little upset with Chisora sitting ringside for the recent heavyweight battle between Alexander Povetkin and Marco Huck, which took place in Düsseldorf, Germany.

"I was very disappointed. I think Sauerland, by placing him in the front row, took a wrong turn. I believe this looks even more like [Chisora receiving] support. I do not understand this," Wladimir said.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Someone88 on 03-07-2012

Wladimir would beat up Chisora

Comment by davros2010 on 03-07-2012

Chisora did ok against Vitali he took 4 rounds imo. Wlad has no one to fight for at least 12 months when guys like Price and Mitchell may be ready, but Chisora should try and get a few wins under…

Comment by nomadman on 03-07-2012

[QUOTE=MartinX;11858037]Chisora looked worse againt Fury than he did against Vitali, he didn't even deserve the title fight but style wise we would like to see Wlad fight a few guys with power during his reign, Vitali cannot keep taking them…

Comment by MartinC on 03-05-2012

[QUOTE=elfag;11857731]Chisora lost nearly every round to a 40 year old one armed Vitali. But it wasnt enough to get his ass kicked just once, he had to get it kicked a second time in less than 24 hours by a…

Comment by nomadman on 03-05-2012

[QUOTE=Russian Crushin;11856025]Chisora had Vitali tired at the end, congrats for him. Yes Chisora did better then most against Vitali and most of all he did much better then expected. Im not saying Vlad should never face Chisora, im just saying…

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