#1 Posted by Kesho_Ronin (209 posts) - - Show Bio

Who is going to be next opponent for Wladimir?

Is it going to be Alexander Povetkin?

or Tyson Fury?

or Denis Boytso?

#2 Posted by King Saturn (224025 posts) - - Show Bio
Seriously, Does It Matter ? I mean the Heavyweight Division in Boxing will gain No Momentum if any of these guys was to even Upset the Klitschko Brothers. 
#3 Posted by PowerHerc (83257 posts) - - Show Bio

None of these guys will beat Wlad. The most intriguing match for him would be his brother, Vitali, but they say they won't fight each other.

So, as far as I can tell, this division, like much of boxing, will remain lackluster.

#4 Posted by Kesho_Ronin (209 posts) - - Show Bio

@King Saturn: I don't know.i think wladimir vs alexander would be a great fight.but i would like to se chisora vs wladimir

#5 Posted by King Saturn (224025 posts) - - Show Bio
@Kesho_Ronin said:

@King Saturn: I don't know.i think wladimir vs alexander would be a great fight.but i would like to se chisora vs wladimir

Pro Boxing is damn near dead because of the Rising Popularity of MMA... and I don't think Pro Boxing will strike a nerve in popularity if an Obscure Fighter from a Foreign Country defeats a Champion from a European Country that's held those titles for years and barely anyone cares now because the HQ division in Boxing has been depleted for years now. 
#6 Posted by Kesho_Ronin (209 posts) - - Show Bio

@King Saturn said:

@Kesho_Ronin said:

@King Saturn: I don't know.i think wladimir vs alexander would be a great fight.but i would like to se chisora vs wladimir

Pro Boxing is damn near dead because of the Rising Popularity of MMA... and I don't think Pro Boxing will strike a nerve in popularity if an Obscure Fighter from a Foreign Country defeats a Champion from a European Country that's held those titles for years and barely anyone cares now because the HQ division in Boxing has been depleted for years now.

i agree that mma has become the most popular combat sport in the world.but in europe we still like pro boxing.i know klitschko matches can be boring.but as mike tyson said there doing the exact same thing that he was doing,knocking out boxers,except they are bigger.

Vitali stated in one of his interviews that if he was younger he would participate in mma.

#7 Posted by Glitch_Spawn (17132 posts) - - Show Bio

Heavy weight boxing won't be exciting at all until these guys retire. No one can beat them but it's purely because of their size. They aren't exciting to watch...

#8 Posted by Kesho_Ronin (209 posts) - - Show Bio

@Glitch_Spawn said:

Heavy weight boxing won't be exciting at all until these guys retire. No one can beat them but it's purely because of their size. They aren't exciting to watch...

Wlads (1.98 m (6 ft 6 in)) last two matches were against Tony Thompson (6 ft 5 in (1.96 m)) and Mariusz Wach (6 ft 7.5 in (2.02 m)) so i don't think it's their size,it has more to do with experience