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Vitali Klitschko: Huck Has a Big Mouth Like David Haye!

By Ruslan Chikov

WBC world heavyweight champion Vitali Klitschko has responded to the recent critical comments that were made by WBO cruiserweight king Marco Huck. The cruiserweight champ made a few negative comments about the brothers. Vitali told veteran reporter Alexander Pavlov that Huck has a big mouth like former two division champion David Haye. Vitali predics that Ola Afolabi, the cruiserweight under contract with K2 Promotions, will take away Huck's crown. Huck won a tough decision over Afolabi in 2009.

"Marco Huck is nothing more than a talker. I invited him to spar so I could teach him a good lesson. I read what Huck was saying in press, and I can say that he is a good follower of Haye. He must have seen enough of David because he enjoys using similar techniques. I am confident that our fighter, Ola Afolabi, will take away his title in the near future," Vitali said.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by jreckoning on 09-12-2011

[quote=TheGreatA;11124367]Huck has nothing but a right hand. Afolabi needs to get out of the sparring partner mentality in order to beat him though. He does "just enough" which is not enough against the hometown guy.[/quote] Ola I think has risen…

Comment by TheGreatA on 09-12-2011

Huck has nothing but a right hand. Afolabi needs to get out of the sparring partner mentality in order to beat him though. He does "just enough" which is not enough against the hometown guy.

Comment by Pirao on 09-12-2011

Huck should stick to defending his paper title and getting gift decisions in Germany.

Comment by Uncle Rodge on 09-12-2011

I do rate Ola over Huck but the Captain is just so over protected by crooked judging it's hard to say whether he'd get the shout despite his improvements over recent years. I believe he's benefited a lot from all…

Comment by The Hammer on 09-12-2011

There should be Huck-Ofalabi II, since the first fight was inconclusive. Most of the rounds were very close and could have gone either way.

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