Vitali Ready for Chisora

By , December 19, 2011 11:22 am

Vitali Klitschko the WBC heavyweight champion is ready to face two British fighters before deciding on whether to retire or not. He is up against Derek Chisora and David Haye. The forty year old champion is to face Chisora on the eighteenth of February in Munich. And his match with the latter is scheduled for June.

David Haye retired in October on his thirty first birthday but Haye said that he will face Vitali Klitschko for the match. David Haye is yet to sign the contract though.

Vitali Klitschko will be forty one on the nineteenth of July, 2012. Vitali Klitschko says that he will make his decision regarding his retirement after he faces his two British challenges. Then again Vitali Klitschko did hint at retirement when he said that he had no interest in being the world heavy weight champion at his age as he said that he did not want to be in particular known as the oldest heavyweight title holder.

He said that his fans were the ones who were to decide on whether he still had his form. He said that he was not out there to break George foreman’s record of boxing even when he hit the age of forty five.

Vitali Klitschko’s younger brother Wladmir had beaten David Haye last July on points to get the world heavyweight title. Vitali Klitschko said that he will beat the British man and that he says will be by knocking David Haye out.

Chisora who is twenty seven had lost on the third of December to Robert Helenius of Finland.  The contest was held for the European Title. The Londoner had however fought his heart out in what was an impressive display of power and stamina.

According to Vitali, Chisora was the winner of the European Championship. Vitali Klitschko says that he is eagerly looking forward to his match with Chisora.

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