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Old 11-14-2012, 06:57 PM   #16
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Default Re: Why did Wladimir let Vitali take the Purritty and Sanders rematch?

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Ross wasn't inactive for 15 months in the hospital, so he didn't meet Wlad's rematch criteria
brittard and still Wlad beats anybody from ****ing UK
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Old 11-14-2012, 07:16 PM   #17
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HATING on the Klitschko greatness. Say what you want: The Klitschkos are the best boxers ever. Lennox Lewis, Corrie Sanders, Samuel Peter, Tomasz Adamek, Chris Arreola etc they all got SEVERLY outclassed by VITALI. Samuel Peter (2x), Chris Byrd, Lamon Brewster, Ruslan Chagaev, David Haye etc got SEVERLY outclassed by WLADIMIR. THE UNDISPED UNIFIED HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONS OF THE WORLD: THE KLITSCHKO BROTHERS!!!!
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Old 11-14-2012, 07:24 PM   #18
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when did Wlad ask the WBO for a Sanders rematch? WBO ruling that Sanders had to fight Brewster was about two weeks after Sanders beat Wlad. Wlados then promoter had 4 fight options on Sanders. Sanders took them to court but failed and wanted none of a Brewster fight either..
Directly after their fight. The WBO declined, as it was their policy to not grant immediate rematches at that time. Seriously, it was common knowledge at the time.

Sanders didn't want a rematch with Wlad at the time, nor did he want to fight Brewster. After all, I can't blame him... he wanted to cash in at a chance to win the vacante WBC title against Vitali. Although, I think that a fighter like Sanders, after having been given the chance of a lifetime against Wlad, should have offered Wlad a rematch out of respect. That's not the way it works though. Sanders said in a video interview on Maxboxing before he fought Vitali that Wlad really wanted a rematch, but that he wouldn't fight him unless he beat Vitali next. I posted that Video all over this site at the time when people were saying the same nonsense about Wlad not wanting a rematch. Of course, that was almost 10 years ago now.

People kill me by bringing up stuff from years later, where fighers then want a payday by fighting Wlad and pretend that Wlad didn't want a rematch. As if Wlad fighting Sanders in 2010 would have made any sense.

Also, Brewster OPENLY refused to give Wlad a rematch. Saying in many interviews that he felt Wlad took away from his victory with all of the talk about being drugged in their first fight, ect... Brewster said that the only way he would fight Wlad again was if Wlad was his mandatory challenger. Wlad actually became the IBF and WBO mandatory challenger. Brewster said at that time that he would force Wlad to wait 12-18 months before he would grant him that mandatory fight. Wlad went on to beat Byrd, Brewster lost, and Wlad gave Brewster a title shot at his IBF. Of course... Brewster then NEEDED Wlad again, which is why he was willing to fight him again.
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Old 11-14-2012, 07:31 PM   #19
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And if rematches are so overrated then why are Klit lickers STILL bitching about the rematch between Vitali and Lennox?
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Old 11-14-2012, 08:58 PM   #20
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I love seeing the Ukrainiacs shown up, keep it up!
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Old 11-14-2012, 09:03 PM   #21
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The sheer butthurt from racist ****s on here about the brothers is brilliant to see, bringing up ANYTHING they can to try and degrade them..........LOL deal with the fact, wlad is simply leagues apart from any fighter out there and from what i can see will be till he decides to retire................. you yanks on here who hate on him and vitali are desperate as hell to slag them off HAHA
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Old 11-14-2012, 09:09 PM   #22
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Telling the truth is racist?

Only a racist could come out with such nonsense
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Old 11-14-2012, 09:15 PM   #23
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Directly after their fight. The WBO declined, as it was their policy to not grant immediate rematches at that time. Seriously, it was common knowledge at the time.

Sanders didn't want a rematch with Wlad at the time, nor did he want to fight Brewster. After all, I can't blame him... he wanted to cash in at a chance to win the vacante WBC title against Vitali. Although, I think that a fighter like Sanders, after having been given the chance of a lifetime against Wlad, should have offered Wlad a rematch out of respect. That's not the way it works though. Sanders said in a video interview on Maxboxing before he fought Vitali that Wlad really wanted a rematch, but that he wouldn't fight him unless he beat Vitali next. I posted that Video all over this site at the time when people were saying the same nonsense about Wlad not wanting a rematch. Of course, that was almost 10 years ago now.

People kill me by bringing up stuff from years later, where fighers then want a payday by fighting Wlad and pretend that Wlad didn't want a rematch. As if Wlad fighting Sanders in 2010 would have made any sense.

Also, Brewster OPENLY refused to give Wlad a rematch. Saying in many interviews that he felt Wlad took away from his victory with all of the talk about being drugged in their first fight, ect... Brewster said that the only way he would fight Wlad again was if Wlad was his mandatory challenger. Wlad actually became the IBF and WBO mandatory challenger. Brewster said at that time that he would force Wlad to wait 12-18 months before he would grant him that mandatory fight. Wlad went on to beat Byrd, Brewster lost, and Wlad gave Brewster a title shot at his IBF. Of course... Brewster then NEEDED Wlad again, which is why he was willing to fight him again.
LMAO nothing but complete GARBAGE

Wlad never pursued a rematch with EITHER and only went after Brewster after he came out the hospital

Find me a single source that claims that Wlad was looking for a rematch BEFORE the Brewster vs. Liakhovich fight.

Brewster and Sanders have openly said that he never sought a rematch.

You Klittards are a fking joke that twist everything, frauds like your heroes
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Old 11-14-2012, 09:44 PM   #24
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Wladimir stated immediately after the Sanders fight that he had the RIGHTS to a Rematch...!!!

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Old 11-14-2012, 09:56 PM   #25
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Wladimir stated immediately after the Sanders fight that he had the RIGHTS to a Rematch...!!!

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He lied then because there was no rematch clause
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Old 11-14-2012, 11:00 PM   #26
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Purritty KO'd Wlad in 98, Sanders in 03,

I'm fair to Wladimir but i simply can't defend him here, maybe somewhere between then and now he grew a pair..

you cant defend him because you dont know shit about boxing
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Old 11-14-2012, 11:04 PM   #27
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Default Re: Why did Wladimir let Vitali take the Purritty and Sanders rematch?

Why did Vitali let Wlad rematch Byrd?

Marketing! The German promoters who controlled them at the time promoted the "revenge of the brother" thing to the German public.

Why do you guys obsess with this shit? Let it go.
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Old 11-14-2012, 11:16 PM   #28
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People act as if there is a question between who is greater all time between Sanders, Puritty and Wlad. It isn't in question... we all know that Wlad grew and became a much better fighter since those losses long ago. People really need to stop being hung up on nonsense. Now, if Sanders and Puritty were still on top of the division with Wlad, and Wlad wasn't rematching them... we would have some serious questions. Of course... that isn't and wasn't the case. It was simply the case of a young fighter hitting a couple road blocks in his career and becoming a much greater fighter because of it.
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Old 11-14-2012, 11:25 PM   #29
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He lied then because there was no rematch clause
Piss off troll. Sanders is the one that didn't want the rematch. He wasn't going to honor the rematch clause so he vacated to fight Vitali for the WBC which was a bigger money fight.

If you followed boxing back then, you'd know this.
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Old 11-14-2012, 11:34 PM   #30
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And if rematches are so overrated then why are Klit lickers STILL bitching about the rematch between Vitali and Lennox?


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