|View Poll Results: Where do you rate Wladimir Klitschko among the ATG heavyweights?|
|From 2 to 5||11||5.76%|
|From 6 to 10||31||16.23%|
|From 11 to 15||33||17.28%|
|From 16 to 25||56||29.32%|
|From 26 to 50||31||16.23%|
|From 51 to 75||5||2.62%|
|From 76 to 100||4||2.09%|
|From 101 to 200||4||2.09%|
|Not in the top 200||10||5.24%|
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|10-07-2012, 02:10 PM||#81|
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Just cause of lack of good opposition now that he has reached prime, he cant prove it against world class fighters, but when he exposes Mitchell, Arreola again by a big Klit, he should get more credit
|10-07-2012, 02:56 PM||#82|
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Somewhere in the back half, but it's hard to say. I think there are some top ten guys he could have beat in any era, and I think he and Dempsey would depend on era rules. If he gets sparked again bad while he's champ, it could hurt. He's still wait and see. I rate him ahead of his brother considerably at this point.
|10-07-2012, 03:01 PM||#83|
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Wlad is definitely higher than Vitali. Probably 15 +
But, then again, his two losses were against garbage opposition. If he can beat up-coming fighters (Mitchell, Price, Fury, Povetkin) he'll be nearer the top 10/15.
Last edited by yoz; 10-07-2012 at 03:03 PM.
|10-07-2012, 04:58 PM||#85|
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If Wlad of the Corrie Sanders thru Lamon Brewster fights ran into a tougher division or opponent, he would have been retired.
All of these guys would KO Wlad, they would overcome the size advantage by power punching, defense and chins.
Wlad has built a nice career and is probably around twenty or so, but this is one of the weakest eras and contenders/champs from all past eras would do good in this era, Norton, Cooney, Witherspoon, Ruddock could dominate the division right now.
|10-07-2012, 05:48 PM||#86|
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You so full of
|01-05-2013, 02:39 PM||#88|
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Bottom of the top 20, because of the quality of opponents, and the quality of the people he lost to.
I don't think he can move up much, because there is no "great" opponent out there right now for him to beat.
Him and Vitali are victims of a weak HW division.
Last edited by 2todabody; 01-05-2013 at 02:41 PM.
|01-05-2013, 03:41 PM||#89|
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he went for quantity in his resume and not quality, so hes down with the not so good ATGs around 20-25.
When hes tried to fight decent opps, hes failed miserably, which is something nobody in the top 20 has done. So going higher than 20 is pushing it.
|01-07-2013, 08:40 PM||#90|
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id say 6-10. if the opposition in this era of HWs were better id have to say they'd rank even higher if they kept the crown. Its not there fault that the HW division lacks exciting fighters. They beat up everyone put in front of them and fought the best they had. Not to mention the type of people they are outside the ring. great character great HWs...6-10 easy!
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