Klitschko engages in verbal war

By , November 6, 2013 11:13 am

Boxer Wladimir Klitschko has bemocked United Kingdom world heavyweight belt aspirers David Haye as well as Dereck Chisora as barking dogs before he collides with Alexander Povetkin on Saturday in Moscow.

Chisora and Haye, plus Haye’s future opposition Tyson Fury – all anticipated near the ringside in Olimpiyskiy Arena to see an encounter that Klitschko considers has the probability to be toughest of his career.

Wladimir swatted David in 2011’s July while his older brother Vitali out-pointed Dereck early previous year. The Ukrainian boxer thinks that the way of Alexander Povetkin fight build-up demonstrates that he is a cut above the United Kingdom pair.

While speaking to a leading news channel, Wladimir told that Povetkin is a very calm, respectful as well as a self-confident person. There is no argument like David did when he said all that crazy things before their battle, there is no spitting water or even slapping like Dereck Chisora did before he fought his brother. He added that ‘barking dogs’ never bite and Alexander is not a barking dog. He believes that he would deliver a good performance.

Wladimir heads into the match on the back of a 9 year, 18 fight winning run extending back to his shock 5th round closure to Lamon Brewster in 2004’s April in sin city Las Vegas.

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