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Old 06-26-2007, 04:04 PM   #31
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Default Re: Where does the Chagaev/Ibragimov match leave Wlad Klitschko ?

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Dude, your credibility here is all but shot to shit, keep up the good work.

A couple more "Klitschko fan quote of the week" threads & another shitty pick or 2 and we'll probably never see your sorry ass around here.
yes and you certainly have alot of credibility, you're the guy claiming klitschko beats all the all time greats.
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Old 06-26-2007, 04:05 PM   #32
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but i thought klitschko was the one who wanted to be the best and unify????

the evil german promoters, don king, golden boy promotions and bob arum were standing in his way right?
It's fine to dislike Klitschko but it is important to note that Chagaev and Ibragimov are voluntarily unifying. That means they both agreed to fight each other. Is it Klitschko's fault that NO ONE who already has a belt is willing to fight him for fear of losing their belt?
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Old 06-26-2007, 04:34 PM   #33
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It's fine to dislike Klitschko but it is important to note that Chagaev and Ibragimov are voluntarily unifying. That means they both agreed to fight each other. Is it Klitschko's fault that NO ONE who already has a belt is willing to fight him for fear of losing their belt?
Exactly.
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Old 06-26-2007, 04:35 PM   #34
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yes and you certainly have alot of credibility, you're the guy claiming klitschko beats all the all time greats.
I never claimed that at all, you are delushional
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Old 06-26-2007, 04:52 PM   #35
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This leaves Chagayev/Ibragimov vs Wald open.

Wlad will not fight Peter/Oleg because the next in the line
is Vitaly and probably the next after that is McCall.
If Vitaly win the Wlad vs Vitaly is off by definition, if not then the
WBC title will be clear not earlier than next summer.

So after Wlad supposedly beat Brewster he may face winner of C/I.
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Old 06-26-2007, 05:04 PM   #36
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Im excited about the unification match but im annoyed that none of them pushed for this fight with Wlad. If they had waited a couple of weeks they could have arranged a fight with Wlad later this year for undboubtebly a much bigger purse. Obviously there promoters know that neither has a chance against Wlad so have gone for the easy option. Lets hope after this fight there is enough pressure from media and fans for the winner to take on Wladimir Klitschko.

Where does everybody else think this leaves Wlad .... and the winner of the Peter/Maskaev/Vitali saga ??
Its called, "hey that guy is really good, and looks better everytime he steps back in the ring"...

Prolly the reason they didnt fight him, cause theyre pussies.
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Old 06-26-2007, 08:21 PM   #37
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Wlad needs to take this opportunity and rematch Corrie "I hurt my left hand" Sanders!!
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Old 06-26-2007, 08:28 PM   #38
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Anyways, to answer the question the thread posed.

In an ideal world, this places the winner of Ibragimov/Chagaev in the #1 or #2 ranking, with Klitschko clearly holding the other spot. Ideally, it will be the #2 spot, as a Peter/Maskaev-Chagaev/Ibragimov bout would crown the ring champion if they are placed #1 and that is an unacceptably inaccurate ranking. Following the fight, I would expect Wlad to drop his strap and challenge the winner of Ibragimov/Chagaev, dropping the strap because the sanctioning bodies will probably do all in their power to prevent the fight from happening.

If the fight takes place in Europe, with the new legitimacy of the Chagaev/Ibragimov winner, it could garner lots and lots of money, something that Chagaev or Ibragimov would be hard to overlook. Clearly, the winner of Ibragimov/Chagaev will be no lower than #3 in the ring rankings, and as such, a fight with Klitschko will crown a new ring champ.

I know I am just speculating and hoping, but this could be exactly what the HW division needs to finally get a champion. That is the most ideal situation.
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Old 06-26-2007, 08:37 PM   #39
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I think if Ibragimov comes through we'll probably get another unification match against Wlad early next year.

Chagaev is promoted by Klit's former promoter. They had a falling out a couple of years ago and the Klits ended up suing him. There's a lot of bad blood there and I doubt there'll ever be a Chagaev-Wlad unification.
This sounds about right. I think if Sultan pulls it off (its doubtful that he can beat Chag, but we'll see), then he would be the most likely to unfiy with Wlad.

Wlad beats the hell out of either one of them, though. I think we can all agree on that point.
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Old 06-26-2007, 08:38 PM   #40
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IMO, the winner will be #1 contender to Klitschko's crown.
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Old 06-26-2007, 08:40 PM   #41
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Guess who's NOT involved? You got it, Don King

This is the first time in years where DKP hasn't been able to hold up unification. What, you think it's coincidence that the first time in years that DKP has control of none of the belts we're finally seeing a unification? Or could you not see through Don King's BS?
Exactly.

Its the LACK of King in this, that is finally getting it done. King taken out of the equasion finally means we are getting unfication.

At long last.......

f***k Don King and his bullshit.
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Old 06-26-2007, 08:47 PM   #42
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Exactly.

Its the LACK of King in this, that is finally getting it done. King taken out of the equasion finally means we are getting unfication.

At long last.......

f***k Don King and his bullshit.
exactly, It's amazing as soon as he loses his grip on the belts there getting unified, it's as simple as that.
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Old 06-26-2007, 08:49 PM   #43
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I bet King is lying awake at night, now, wondering about all that money he is NOT making, and how he can regain his dictator-like control of the heavyweight division.

Let him cook in his own jealousy and anger!!!

I LOVE it!
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Old 06-26-2007, 09:04 PM   #44
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Default Re: Where does the Chagaev/Ibragimov match leave Wlad Klitschko ?

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Guess who's NOT involved? You got it, Don King

This is the first time in years where DKP hasn't been able to hold up unification. What, you think it's coincidence that the first time in years that DKP has control of none of the belts we're finally seeing a unification? Or could you not see through Don King's BS?

Exactly!
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Old 06-26-2007, 09:23 PM   #45
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Default Re: Where does the Chagaev/Ibragimov match leave Wlad Klitschko ?

I'm a little dissapointed that Wlad isn't apart of the unification, but I have to admit.. a fight between Chagaev and Ibragimov sounds awfully interesting. Neither fighter really has a significant advantage over the other.. it should make for a pretty competitive fight.
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