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Old 06-06-2010, 06:29 AM   #31
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I do not think this is Wlads dream.

This was years ago.

And Vitali retired in 2005 and Wlad was not happy with the comeback. He did not want it, he says this in a german TV show.
Well, too bad Wlad isn't calling the shots in his brothers life.
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Old 06-06-2010, 06:31 AM   #32
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Oh hell.. now you've depressed me. I almost forgot how shit the divisions really is. Go to plan B then... drop an Atom Bomb on the entire heavyweight division and start anew. It's the only logical solution I see to this mess.
Maybe it is
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Old 06-06-2010, 06:46 AM   #33
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I think the immediate plan would be to go after Povetkin, a young undefeated contender. The fight will go just like most others, one sided jab fests with WALD not opening up until Povetkin is literally finished. I actually see this one going the distance. Once that is done I think the Haye fight will come off with the winner going on to fight for VITLAY's old belt. In my opinion VITLAY only has about one more fight left in him, if that is Haye, then what a great fight to go out on. The division isn't awash with talent other than that.
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Old 06-06-2010, 06:55 AM   #34
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Believe me, if i where Wlad, i would force him to retire.

I would not accept the behavior of Vitali, maybe Wlad loves his brother a little bit too much.
Are you an only child? It's funny how you wish to impose your own agenda on someone else's life, someone who's oblivious of you.

What will you do once Vitali and Sdunek retire? So much time on your hands and no one to show so much contempt against.
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Old 06-06-2010, 06:59 AM   #35
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Are you an only child? It's funny how you wish to impose your own agenda on someone else's life, someone who's oblivious of you.

What will you do once Vitali and Sdunek retire? So much time on your hands and no one to show so much contempt against.
Against Sdunek you are right.

But i have a sister and i love her and she loves me.
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Old 06-06-2010, 07:15 AM   #36
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Hopefully he gets injured severely in training
Tssss... because nobody can beat him at this moment, right? You wanna see the title become vacant to let other bums to fight for it, so they will be regarded paper champs because they never beat the MAN...

Yeeeees, veeeery good for boxing!!
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Old 06-06-2010, 07:18 AM   #37
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Against Sdunek you are right.

But i have a sister and i love her and she loves me.
Great, so should it be ok that she "make" you end your career if it's something you are successful at and enjoy doing, just because she wants to do the same thing? Would you make her quit, just for selfish reasons?
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Old 06-06-2010, 07:20 AM   #38
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Great, so should it be ok that she "make" you end your career if it's something you are successful at and enjoy doing, just because she wants to do the same thing? Would you make her quit, just for selfish reasons?
No but my sister would never act like Vitali! She would help me in every situation of my life.

She respects my opinion and the way i do things and i respect her.

Vitali fullfil the dream to become Champion at the same time. Wlad wants to unify and Vitali is 39 years old and Wlad 34. Not much time left for Wlad.

So IMO Vitali should make one more fight and than retire.
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Old 06-06-2010, 07:23 AM   #39
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Tssss... because nobody can beat him at this moment, right? You wanna see the title become vacant to let other bums to fight for it, so they will be regarded paper champs because they never beat the MAN...

Yeeeees, veeeery good for boxing!!
Shut your hole... I already recommended a better solution.
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Old 06-06-2010, 07:31 AM   #40
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Shut your hole... I already recommended a better solution.
You better had!!
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Old 06-06-2010, 07:32 AM   #41
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Oh hell.. now you've depressed me. I almost forgot how shit the divisions really is. Go to plan B then... drop an Atom Bomb on the entire heavyweight division and start anew. It's the only logical solution I see to this mess.
Veeeeeeery good solution!! Are you a boxing expert by any chance?
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Old 06-06-2010, 07:35 AM   #42
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He's knocking guys out alright, the one's sitting in their chairs at home watching him on TV.
Perception is a starnge thing. Wlad's KO percentage is higher than Foreman'syet Foreman is considered this beast (which he was in his first career). Comeback Foreman fought mostly to decisions at the elite level.

Wlad is fighting smart, using his advantages. It would be the job of an opponent to make him change his style. Do you blame Tim Duncan for playing unspectacular, but effective basketball? Did anyone blame Jim Courier fornot playing flash like Agassi?
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Old 06-06-2010, 07:42 AM   #43
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Perception is a starnge thing. Wlad's KO percentage is higher than Foreman'syet Foreman is considered this beast (which he was in his first career). Comeback Foreman fought mostly to decisions at the elite level.
It's the things he does during the fights prior to the KO or score reading that reps him as a beast. No disrespect to Wlad, his KO% is very high (one looking only at boxrec must think he's a helluva fighter [in some sense I agree, considering today's HW]), but you have to look at the fight as a whole, for example:
People like to see KOs and prefer them above the scorecards (not discussing fairness, only in terms of excitement) but if nothing interesting happened prior to the KO then people would prefer an action packed fight going the distance...

By the way, I saw Wlad VS Byrd II yesterday. Damn that was a good fight, different what I used to see from Wlad. Wlad can be excited if he wants
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