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Old 08-19-2013, 09:45 AM #7
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Originally Posted by Tobi.G View Post
Wilder says he wants to dethrone the Klitschkos but at the same time he is not ready yet and want to fight them when they are over the hill. Vitali is already retired or will fight one more time, thats it. But Wilder wants to fight shot Klitschkos because he knows he could never beat a prime Klitschko.
This isn't really his fault though. He's really in a different era from Wlad and Vitali. It happens all the time in the sport. A young fighter coming up dethrones an older champion on his way out. Wlad has been fighting since the 90s and Wilder started in 2008 with limited amateur experience. It's impossible for him to fight a prime Wlad. I would still favor a past prime Wlad to beat him anyway.
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