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Old 03-31-2013, 12:28 AM #23
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Originally Posted by Freedom. View Post
The same people who ridiculed and bashed Vitali for fighting Charr when he was undefeated...

...are now saying Charr, despite his one-sided loss to old Vitali, is an acceptable opponent for Haye!

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I'll watch it though. Charr is durable and at least he's not old and faded like Barrett, Ruiz and Harrison.
People expect (rightfully so) that title holders fight generally better opposition than contenders. Charr is a rubbish fight, but don't try and twist it like Haye fighting him is worse than Vitali. Charr is by far more known now and has had a world title fight, if we apply the same logic as Klitschko fans he didn't really lose either because it was stopped because of a cut. You can thank Vitali for making Charr relevant.
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