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Old 11-16-2012, 10:29 AM   #1
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Default Wladimir Klitschko - pro-debut (16.11.1996)

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I liked the first fights in Wladimir career. For the first 10 fights Wladimir Zolotarwew (amateur coach of the Klitschko´s) was responsable for training. In these days Wlad shows great movement and good footwork.

In this fight he throws a great short uppercut to end the fight. Amazing.
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I'm wondering how much more as a fighter Wlad was with his old trainer than he was with his shitty trainer in the Corrie Sanders fight?

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Llad looked better in his first fight than these clowns who are in top10 today..
Llad was wild back in the day, a reckless sumbitch.
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Wlad was a beast. Great start to an overly criticized career.
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Old 11-16-2012, 11:44 AM   #8
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I liked the first fights in Wladimir career. For the first 10 fights Wladimir Zolotarwew (amateur coach of the Klitschko´s) was responsable for training. In these days Wlad shows great movement and good footwork.

In this fight he throws a great short uppercut to end the fight. Amazing.
That was a short but action packed fight, and the finish was great too. Good fight.
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Old 11-16-2012, 12:27 PM   #9
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I'm wondering how much more as a fighter Wlad was with his old trainer than he was with his shitty trainer in the Corrie Sanders fight?
Absolut right as I said Sdunek ruined Wlad as a fighter.

Zolotarews trains Wlad very well and he trains both Klitschkos for there first 10 pro fights after that Sdunek took it over. He was in the corner from 1996 but the Klitschkos where trained by Zolotarew. They mentioned this in the biographie. They want Zolotarew to stay with them at the professionals. But Sdunek was the head coach of Universum and Zolotarew does not want to work as a "second coach".
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