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View Poll Results: Vitali's Career Defining Moment?
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Old 06-02-2010, 03:43 PM   #76
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Try thinking a little more and maybe you'll remember the Mercer fight. Rick tested a prime Lewis much more than Vitlay did to an old unmotivated Lewis. Now that was an exciting fight with much more skill being displayed than in the vk bout. And judging by the way the sixth round ended, with vk hanging on for dear life, I highly doubt that vk would have finished the fight. That cut was probably the best thing that ever happened to vk.
I suggest you rewatch that fight Mr. 34 posts of stupidity. Oh, and it's "Ray" Mercer, not "Rick" you dick. Welcome to ESB, where you'll get schooled for free.
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Old 06-02-2010, 03:47 PM   #77
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How has he dominated? He's beaten some solid B level guys but has never even proven himself to be the no1 heavyweight in the world because he won't fight his brother.
Domination is losing like maybe 4 total rounds since & including the Lewis fight.

How many rounds did Lewis win? 2

How many did Johnson win? 0

How many did Sanders win? 1

How many did Williams win? 0

See a pattern here?
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Old 06-02-2010, 03:48 PM   #78
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how about when vitali tested positive for steroids in the olympics.

that was career defining
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Old 06-02-2010, 03:49 PM   #79
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Foool, Lewis retired cause he was done and he knew it. Just cause Vitali was the last guy he fought he hardly means Vitali retired Lewis. Esp cause Lewis stopped him.
Lewis announced his retirement immediatly after Vitali KO'd Kirk Johnson and was his mandatory.
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how about when vitali tested positive for steroids in the olympics.

that was career defining
Nah, he wasn't even a pro boxer yet. Nice try though you stupid cunt!
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Old 06-02-2010, 03:54 PM   #81
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Domination is losing like maybe 4 total rounds since & including the Lewis fight.

How many rounds did Lewis win? 2

How many did Johnson win? 0

How many did Sanders win? 1

How many did Williams win? 0

See a pattern here?
A pattern....is it that VITLAY only fights big fat wheezing old cunts?
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Old 06-02-2010, 04:03 PM   #82
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A pattern....is it that VITLAY only fights big fat wheezing old cunts?


Here's one for you, did you know that Vitali has beaten a total of two men who were ranked in the Ring's top 3 at the time he faced them?

He's been boxing at the top level since 1998...it's pointed out endlessly by his crew that he can't fight the #1/#2 right now because it is his brother, he was beaten by the only other outstanding champion of he era...and yet he's only managed to corner TWO guys ranked near the top in his time in boxing.

That is pathetic.
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Old 06-02-2010, 04:09 PM   #83
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A pattern....is it that VITLAY only fights big fat wheezing old cunts?
Vitali fights the highest available fighters. It isn't his fault his opponents tremble with fear of fighting him. He can't make them train can he? Does he stuff their mouths with food or something?
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Old 06-02-2010, 04:13 PM   #84
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Vitali fights the highest available fighters.


Why so few #1 (once, a loss) #2 (twice, both wins) and #3 fighters (Was Byrd #3 when he beat Vitali?) in the world matched then? EVERYone in the top 3 is unavailable at all times?
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Old 06-02-2010, 04:19 PM   #85
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Forman has everybody beat in that department.

The difference is Vitali did it after a 4 year retirement & he fought for the WBC belt without a tune-up. That's something special & you were alive to witness it. Consider yourself lucky.................

Yes I'm so lucky to live in an era with the worst heavyweight division of all time, the two most boring champions of all time, and an era where the top 2 guys won't even fight each other! I am blessed!

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how about when vitali tested positive for steroids in the olympics.

that was career defining
Good point. That indeed is career defining, being chucked off the Olympic team for being a steroid cheat. Good one.
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Vitali fights the highest available fighters.


Funny how his fights are always scheduled when the highest available fighters are all shit though isn't it
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Good point. That indeed is career defining, being chucked off the Olympic team for being a steroid cheat. Good one.
if i had to guess, it was also career defining because it forced vitali and wlad to find steroids that couldn't be found by routine testing.
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Good point. That indeed is career defining, being chucked off the Olympic team for being a steroid cheat. Good one.
That wasn't his fault to be fair, his doctor gave him something for an injury, and Dr VITLAY Klitschko didn't know what it was so just took it, he thought it was to help with his piles or something. Or his gagging reflex.
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I'd say it's being stopped by an out of shape shot Lennox Lewis.
That is what he will be remembered for.
Is there a top heavyweight talent that you don't trash that is a white man?
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Old 06-02-2010, 04:31 PM   #90
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Lewis was shot, passed his best and he knew it so he retired and the fact is Vitali STILL COULDN'T BEAT HIM.

He didn't deserve a rematch, he couldn't be an old out of shape half trained Lewis, Lennox was like who is this big bum, i don't even need to train to bust this fool up, go get me a Big mac.
And if he had lost to Tyson it'd have been the same story... "he was shot, blah blah blah".
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