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Wladimir: Chisora is the perfect loser

Derek Chisora Vitali Klitschko Klitschko vs. Chisora Klitschko-ChisoraBy William Mackay: IBF/WBA/WBO heavyweight champion Wladimir Klitschko wants British heavyweight Dereck Chisora to be severely punished for stepping over the boundaries of what normal pre-fight and post-fight behavior this past week in his fight with WBC heavyweight champion Vitali Klitschko.


In the course of two days, on Friday and Saturday, Chisora slapped Vitali, spit in the face of Wladimir, attempted to attack Vitali as he entered the ring on Saturday, and then was involved in a brawl with former WBA heavyweight champion David Haye at the post-fight press conference.

Wladimir said to britishboxers.couk “I told David Haye you better sty out [of the post-fight press conference], because you’re going to get b**** slapped by Chisora. Then David Haye gets into the conversation…I’m disappointed and ashamed and embarrassed. Dereck Chisora is the perfect loser. He lost three fights. I don’t think he’s talking about experience. I don’t know how we’re going to sell this fight. Getting experience, okay. He came over and promised, and actually, slapped my brother, which is not acceptable.”


As you can tell, Wladimir seemed to be rambling a bit a talking about a number of things but his main focus was that he wants Chisora to being corrected by the British Boxing Board of Control for his behavior to the fullest extent. Chisora kind of went beyond the norm in hyping the fight with the slapping and spitting. Vitali said he thought that Chisora was just acting but it finally dawned on him that it wasn’t an act, that it was the real Chisora that he was seeing. Vitali not thinks Chisora is not right in the head, although he says he still wants to fight him. I just don’t know how that would work if Chisora loses his ranking and ends up banned by the British Boxing Board of Control and the German Boxing Federation. Vitali can’t take a Chisora fight to the United States. Well, he can technically, but it wont sell a lot of tickets. He’d be lucky to draw 5000 fans to see that fight.

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