Re: Wlad Plans To Return April 6
I wouldn't mind seeing a Fury fight also. But hasn't Fury's side said they would only take on Vitali at this point in Fury's career. Bluntly explaining their ***** decision making on the fact they believe Vitali is old and slowed down. That they would like an extra yr if they were to face Wladimir. Probably praying he ages over night likewise.
That being said, Povetkin fight is not a bad one, and after he lost, you wouldn't have to hear about him for awhile. Pulev will earn his title shot the right way, by blowing out 3 straight ranked opponents. Price and Wilder not ready. Arreola has become content with winning a vacant title from the retired man,who smashed him. Boystov has been injured so often and seen by no one outside Russia, why risk a training camp on an uncertainty. Solis and Helenius have done nothing to impress since their comebacks. So then we're left with, well the leftovers of previous Klitschko victims.