Wladimir Klitshcko rules out fighting his brother

By , March 17, 2015 3:20 pm

Reigning world heavyweight champion Wladimir Klitshcko has gone on record several times to say that he would never fight his older brother, the former World Boxing Council or WBC Heavyweight champion Vitali several times. Wladimir, who holds the World Boxing Organisation or WBO, World Boxing Council or WBC, International Boxing Organisation or the IBO and the World Boxing Association or WBA Heavyweight Championships, dominated the division with his brother for over a decade before Vitali called time on his career to concentrate on politics, vacating his belt.

Fans and experts always imagined what it would be if the two brothers did set up a fight against each other when the two were dominating the division. And the younger Klitshcko has now said that renowned promoter Don King had once made them a $ 100 million offer to make the fight happen.

Wladimir Klitshcko said that King told them to sign for him and that he would make the fight and make them rich beyond belief. He mentioned that they were asked several times if they were ever going to fight each other but they had made a promise to their mother never to do that.

He went on to add that even a billion dollars wouldn’t help. He said that money is not everything in life, admitting the money does get people excited sometimes but between two brothers, it would never have happened. He has too much love for his brother.

When asked if a fight were to happen, what the outcome would be, Wladimir Klitshcko honestly said that his brother would win easily and that has always been the case since they were kids, sparring it out against each other when Vitali would knock him out with ease everytime.

For the moment, fans can be happy with only those images.

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