Originally Posted by Cableaddict
Don't forget Helenius.
Sure, he looked dreadful & disinterested against Williams, but he still won. Plus, he has wins over Chisora (whom he would have killed if he was healthy) Liakovich, Peter, Brewster, & Bydenko. That makes him worthy of a shot, if he wants one.
Actually, Helenius - Charr would be a very interesting match, and a proper prelim for a shot ( or re-shot) at K2.
Helenius is ranked #1 by he WBO and #22 by the WBC, there is no way he becomes a challenger for Vitali. Wladimir on the other hand would be wise to face him and notch another undefeated heavyweight on his record.