Friday, December 16, 2011

Klitschko Mormeck Tickets

This is where to find the best deal on tickets for the heavyweight championship fight between current IBF/WBO/SUPER WBA/IBO/RING heavyweight champion Wladimir Klitschko (56-3, 49 KO's)  and challenger and former cruiserweight champion Jean Marc Mormeck (36-4, 22 KO's) rescheduled for March 3rd at the  ESPRIT Arena in Düsseldorf, Germany.

Get your Klitschko vs Mormeck Tickets Here (Direct Link).  <---- Site in English

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Klitschko Chisora Tickets

This is where you will find up-to-date information on where you can find the best places and prices on tickets for the WBC heavyweight championship fight coming up February 18th between current champ Vitali Klitschko and challenger Dereck Chisora.  The fight will take place at the Olympic Hall in Munich, Germany.

Get your Klitschko vs Chisora Tickets Here (Direct Link) <---- Site in English.

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IBF Approves Klitschko Mormeck

Current WBO/IBF/SUPER WBA/IBO/RING heavyweight champion Wladimir Klitschko (56-3, 49 KO's) rescheduled his fight with former cruiserweight champion turned heavyweight contender Jean Marc Mormeck (36-4, 22 KO's) on March 3rd at the ESPIRIT Arena in Dusseldorf, Germany.  The only problem was the date rescheduled for was the same time period the IBF had issued Wladimir to defend against a mandatory opponent. The IBF has stated recently that due to the circumstances with Wladimir's kidney stone condition they have approved Wladimir's defense against Mormeck and gave him an extension to face the mandatory Tony Thompson. So the fight will go as is without any repercussions.

Thursday, December 15, 2011

Klitschko Chisora Presser

Today was the press conference for the heavyweight championship bout that will happen February 18th between current WBC heavyweight champion Vitali Klitschko and heavyweight contender Dereck Chisora. Here are some video clips of the press conference:

Vitali Klitschko To Face Chisora

WBC heavyweight champion Vitali Klitschko 43(40) - 2 will defend his title against Britain's Dereck Chisora 15(9)-2 on February 18th at the Olympic Hall in Munich, Germany. Chisora lost his last fight by controversial decision in a fight many including myself thought he won. Wladimir was supposed to face Chisora last year but had to pull out due to a abdominal injury so this will give Chisora a chance to finally face a Klitschko.

Klitschko Quotes

"I'm warned by his excellent performance against Helenius and will, as always, prepare myself intensely and meticulously."

"Chisora showed in his last fight, which he lost unfairly, that when his opponents are much bigger he can fight well on the inside."

"I will take warning from his excellent performance against Helenius and train intensely and meticulously as always. I won't let all his talking affect me, however."

Chisora Quotes

"Wladimir Klitschko did not fight me but now I'm going to get the championship belt by beating his older brother."

"I'm going to show Vitali Klitschko that his time has expired and send him into retirement. When his younger brother then wants a fight against me then I'll be ready to bring all the championship belts to London."

Chisora vs Helenius Highlights

Friday, December 9, 2011


This is a new video showing footage of WBO/IBF/IBO/SUPER WBA/RING  heavyweight champion from his training camp in Austria the last week of November 2011.

Thursday, December 8, 2011

Klitschko's Personal Message To Fans On Mormeck Cancellation

In this video WBO/IBF/IBO/SUPER WBA/RING heavyweight champion Wladimir Klitschko talks with his fans in 3 languages about his cancellation of the Jean Marc Mormbeck biout this Saturday, December 10th and rescheduling for March 3rd 2012. Skip to the 1:34 mark for English. 

Klitschko Mormeck Rescheduled For March 3rd

Due to complications from kidney stones, WBO/IBF/IBO/SUPER WBA/RING heavyweight champion Wladimir Klitschko could not defend his belts against Jean-Marc Mormeck this Saturday, December 10th.  But, Wladimir says he is still going to face Mormeck, and the bout has been rescheduled for March 3rd at the same arena:  the ESPRIT Arena in Düsseldorf, Germany.

Tuesday, December 6, 2011

Klitschko On Canceling Mormeck Fight

Wladimir Klitschko spoke today about his decision to cancel his fight with Jean-Marc Mormeck,  Here is what he had to say:

"The decision to postpone the fight was the right one. The main thing is your health. I could not enter this fight without being 100% ready. I'm very sorry for the boxing fans who were anticipating this upcoming fight. But, the fight is not being canceled completely, only postponed. The pain came unexpectedly and was unpredictable and uncontrollable. Probably on March 3rd, this fight will happen.

My mother once had a stone in the kidney. She said childbirth was easier than dealing with the stone. I can't compare these two things, but I feel a deep respect for any woman who gives a child to the world. Anyone who has experienced this kind of pain can understand - it is difficult to describe. The last four days, I was in hell and I'm glad that I'm now in a position to give an interview.

A year ago, I unfortunately had to cancel another fight. This is what happens in life and sometimes in sports. When you lose, then nobody cares whether you're ready or whether you were 100%. When I enter the ring, I want to be ready. Right now I'm going to take further tests to make sure that there is no cause for serious concern. I am very pleased with the university clinic in Dusseldorf, they have done everything necessary. Unfortunately, it was not enough so I could go into battle, but I'm glad that life goes on without pain."

Monday, December 5, 2011

Klitschko Cancels Mormeck Fight

With recent surgery WBO/IBF/WBA/IBO/RING heavyweight champion Wladimir Klitschko decided to pull out of his voluntary title defense against Jean-Marc Mormeck scheduled for this Saturday, December 10th.  There are talks that the fight could be rescheduled for March 3, but the IBF would have to approve because Klitschko would be requested to fight a mandatory challenger on that date.

"We hope to know in two or three days. Mormeck is also ready to accept it," Boente said.

Klitschko had abdominal pain in training camp on Friday and went to Innsbruck for treatment before he was transferred to a Duesseldorf hospital where the stone was removed Saturday, but Klitschko returned to the hospital Sunday before a scheduled television appearance.  With there being a complication this close to the fight the team has decided to pull out.   This would have been Wladimir's 20th title bout and his 1st appearance since beating Britain's David Haye for the WBA title strap.

Sunday, December 4, 2011

More Mormeck Training Footage

This is additional video footage of Jean Marc Mormeck training ahead of his championship fight with Wladimir Klitschko this Saturday, December 10th.

Saturday, December 3, 2011

Wladimir Klitschko In Hospital

Wladimir Klitschko was recently hospitalized in Duesseldorf due to complaints of abdominal pains.  As of now the fight with Jean Marc Mormeck is still on for December 10th.  Wladimir’s manager Bernd Boente  believes Wladimir is showing signs of renal colic, which are kidney stones.

Boente said: "The fight isn't called off yet. Wladimir is doing well. There will be further examinations on Saturday, but we're assuming that the fight will be able to take place."

"Wladimir Klitschko had treatment for renal colic, but the fight is scheduled to go ahead," spokesman Klaus-Peter Dittrich told AFP on Saturday.

More information to come soon!

Thursday, December 1, 2011

Mormeck Training For Klitschko

Here is a new 30 + minute video of former cruiserweight champion turned heavyweight contender Jean Marc Mormeck training ahead of his title shot with IBF/WBO/WBA/RING heavyweight champion Wladimir Klitschko this December 10th.

Mormeck à l'entrainement avant son combat contre... by orangesport

Wednesday, November 30, 2011

Klitschko Defends Mormeck As An Opponent

Some people have been giving Wladimir Klitschko criticism for selecting Jean Marc Mormeck as a title defense and Wladimir had this to say awhile back about Mormeck as an opponent on December 10th at the ESPRIT Arena in Düsseldorf, Germany.

"Mormeck is one of the most experienced that I've ever had.  During his career he won many championship fights, he is technically strong, has excellent boxing skills, and he's a very intelligent fighter. To underestimate him would be fatal."

I think this is a good voluntary defense. He is not just sitting idle but is deciding to stay active and there is nothing wrong with fighting a ranked opponent and former cruiserweight champion. Yes, Haye beat him but Mormeck gave him troubles in that fight and who knows what might have happened if they had a  rematch. He's not won overly impressively at heavyweight but has won none-the-less and I'm looking forward to the fight on December 10th.

Where To Watch Klitschko vs Mormeck

This is where you will find up-to-date information regarding where to watch the WBO/IBF/IBO/WBA/RING heavyweight championship bout between current champion Wladimir Klitschko (56-3, 49 KOs) and former cruiserweight champion turned heavyweight contender Jean Marc Mormeck (36-4, 22 KOs) on March 3rd at the ESPRIT Arena in Düsseldorf, Germany.

Where to Watch Klitschko vs Mormeck In The US

EPIX AND EPIXHD.COM will show the fight at 4:30 pm ET / 1:30 pm PT Direct link to event on EPIX HERE.

Where to Watch Klitschko vs Mormeck In The UK

Sky Sports will air the fight in the United Kingdom.

Where to Watch Klitschko vs Mormeck In Most of Europe

The German channel RTL will air the fight and to my understanding many countries will also get the coverage.

Where to Watch Klitschko vs Mormeck Streaming

Check back on fight day -- also view chat on side for updates -->

If anyone has any additional information or corrections please comment!

Monday, October 24, 2011

Klitschko Mormeck Press Conference In France

Today was the 2nd press conference for Wladimir Klitschko and Jean Marc Mormeck ahead of the championship fight this December 10th.  Here is a video of the presser where Wladimir speaks English.

Conférence de presse Mormeck vs... by orangesport

Friday, October 14, 2011

Klitschko Mormeck Press Conference

Today was the 1st press conference at the ESPRIT arena in Düsseldorf (Germany) for the heavyweight championship fight between current WBO/IBF/IBO/RING and WBA super heavyweight champion Wladimir Klitschkko and voluntary challenger and former WBA/WBC cruiserweight champion Jean-Marc Mormeck (France) that will take place on December 10th.

Mormeck Quotes

“I have overcome every challenge I have set myself in the past. I have tried to win every championship belt in the past and now I have the chance to get them. I am strong enough to do it, I am a warrior in the ring.”

Klitschko Quotes

* he added in response to claims made by Mormeck recently...

“I don’t want to give him any chance, I want to destroy him. I might have a glass jaw, but I will knock you out before you even touch it."

Klitschko Mormeck Press Conference Video




Bernd Bönte (KMG Group)

*Reporters ask questions..

*On the field...

**Klitschko interview on the field

Wednesday, October 12, 2011

Klitschko Mormeck Official

It's official WBO/IBF/IBO/RING and Super WBA heavyweight champion Wladimir Klitschko will defend his titles against his voluntary opponent fromer WBA/WBC cruiserweight championJean-Marc Mormeck (France) on December 10th 2011.

This is just a stay busy fight.  I don't see any way Mormeck will pose any problems for Wladimir even if it was Wlad's worst night and his best...

Friday, October 7, 2011

Klitschko's Talk About Documentary

Heavyweight champions Wladimir and Vitali Klitschko were recently on NBC promoting their new documentary, and each discuss parts of the documentary and some things about themselves such as their language ability and political activism etc.

Sunday, September 11, 2011

Klitschko Adamek Full Fight

This is the full fight video for the WBC heavyweight champonship fight between champion Vitali Klitschko and former light heavyweight and cruiserweight champion Tomasz Adamek that happened on Saturday, September 10th.

Klitschko Adamek Round 1

Klitschko Adamek Round 2

*Adamek gets knocked against the ropes and should have been a standing 8 count..

Klitschko Adamek Round 3

Klitschko Adamek Round 4

Klitschko Adamek Round 5

Klitschko Adamek Round 6

*Klitschko knocks Adamek against the ropes and this time its counted as a knockdown-- receives standing 8 count..

Klitschko Adamek Round 7

Klitschko Adamek Round 8

*Vitali slips when he turns his leg wrong after a punch to Adamek... Momentary scare.

Klitschko Adamek Round 9

Klitschko Adamek Round 10

Klitschko Adamek Post Fight

*Vitali interview

Klitschko TKO's Adamek In 10!

Vitali Klitschko had an easy night defending his WBC crown against former light heavyweight and cruiserweight champion Tomasz Adamek.  The old adage that a good big man beats a good small man came to fruition Saturday night as Vitali easily used his height, weight, and skill combination to never allow Adamek in the fight.

  At 40 years old Vitali does not show any signs of slowing down and came in at a low 242 lbs   In round 2 Vitali hit Adamek with a overhand right that made Adamek fall against the ropes and should have counted as a standing 8 but was not.  The fight continued with Vitali doing what he wanted at will while Adamek tried and made a game effort but was just in way over his head (literally).  The same thing happened in the 6th round ( overhand right and Adamek falls against the ropes) but this time it was ruled a knockdown and Adamek received a standing 8 count.  The fight went on the same way with more domination until the ref seen enough and the fight was called to a halt at the 2:20 mark in round 10. With this win Klitschko improved to 43-2 with his 40th knockout and Adamek dropped to 44-2.

Wladimir Klitschko Quotes

"I think the referee made the right decision. He probably could have stopped it a minute earlier."

Vitali Klitschko Quotes

"He's a very good boxer. He was a cruiserweight champion, he was a light heavyweight champion, but he's not good enough to be a heavyweight champion because it's a whole other league."

Adamek Quotes

"He was simply the better fighter and he won. That's sport. You win some and you lose some. This time I lost."

  Congratulations to Vitali to his 40th KO victory and 43nd career win!

Friday, September 9, 2011

Klitschko Adamek Weigh In

Today was the weigh in for the WBC heavyweight championship fight tomorrow night between current champ Vitali Klitschko and Tomasz Adamek. Adamek weighed in at  98 kg / 216 lbs while Vitali weighed in at 110.2 kg- 242.9 pounds...

Klitschko Adamek Weigh In Video

here's another video..

Klitschko Adamek Public Workout

Here is video footage from Wednesday, September 7th in Wroclaw, Poland showing WBC heavyweight champ Vitali Klitschko and WBC #1 contender Tomasz Adamek doing their public workouts ahead of their championship fight this Saturday.

Adamek workout..

Klitschko workout...

Thursday, September 8, 2011


This is a video clip of WBC heavyweight champion Vitali Klitschko as he arrives to Wroclaw for his championship fight with Tomasz Adamek.

Monday, September 5, 2011

Wladimir Klitschko To Fight Again in 2011

Wladimir Klitschko (56-3, 49 KO’s) will fight either in November or December according to ESPN who was told by Klitschko's manager Bernd Boente that Wlad will fight by the end of the year.  As of now no fighters have been named for possible opponents...

“We are still discussing names of different opponents,” said Boente.

The German network RTL, which has a contract with the Klitschko’s has offered four possible dates for Wlad's next fight: November 19, December 3, December 10 and December 17. Also HBO may be interested in broadcsting the fight and if not possibly ESPN or EPIX.

Klitschko Public Work Ahead Of Adamek Fight

Vitali Klitschko recently had a final public workout where he showcased his heavy bag skills and pad work ahead of his WBC heavyweight title clash with Tomasz Adamek this Saturday, September 10th.  Check it out..

Vitali Klitschko working on heavy bag


Vitali Klitschko working the mitts


Wednesday, August 24, 2011

Vitali Klitschko Working On Defense With Oquendo

This is a new video showcasing WBC heavyweight champion Vitali Klitschko as he prepares for his September 10th fight that will take place in Wroclaw, Poland. against Tomasz Adamek as he spars with Fres Oquendo and works on his defensive tactics.  Enjoy!

Tuesday, August 23, 2011

Thompson vs Chambers For Klitschko's Mandatory

WBO/IBF/WBA/IBO/RING heavyweight champion Wladimir Klitcshko will face the winner of Tony Thompson (36-2, 24 KO’s) and Eddie Chambers (36-2, 18 KO’s) when they fight in a IBF eliminator bout on October 28th.

Wladimir has fought both fighters before and has defeated both by knockout. It will be interesting to see if either will have any better success this time around. Chambers has only fought once since being knocked out by Wladimir against Derric Rossy whom he beat before and defeated once again, and Thompson looked pretty good in his last outing against Maurice Harris whom he beat in the 3rd round...

Monday, August 22, 2011

Klitschko Training Ahead of Adamek Fight

Here is a German video with some training footage of Vitali Klitschko before he defends his WBC title this September 10th against Tomasz Adamek in Wroclaw, Poland.

Here's Vitali training in Austria...

Klitschko Adamek Undercard

This is where you will find up-to-date information on the undercard for the WBC heavyweight championship fight this September 10th between current champion Vitali Klitschko and former light heavweight and cruiserweight champion Tomasz Adamek.  The fight will take place in Wroclaw, Poland.

cruiserweightPawel KolodziejSCOla Afolabi12

cruiserweightMateusz MasternakSCTBA10

heavyweightAndrzej WawrzykSCDevin Vargas10

middleweightMaksym BursakSCDaniel Urbanski10

welterweightSadam AliSCBoris Berg8

middleweightMariusz CendrowskiSCAnton Sjomkin8

Come back for more updates..

Saturday, July 16, 2011

Klitschko Brothers Ringside Interview

This is a new interview video with the Klitschko brothers and heavyweight boxing champions Wladimir and Vitali on Ringside after Wladimir defeated David Haye to claiim the 4th and final belt for the Klitschko family.  Enjoy!

Wednesday, July 13, 2011

Klitschko's Father Passes

Today was a sad day in boxing and for the Klitschko family as Wladimir and Vitali Klitschko's father Vladimir Rodionovich Klitschko sadly passed away at age 64 from a long and unsuccessful battle with illness. Vladimir Klitschko Sr. was a Colonel in the Soviet Air Force and he was one of the people tasked with the clean-up of the nuclear disaster at Chernobyl in Ukraine.  In the recent movie and documentary of the Klitschko brothers, Klitschko Sr. said most of his friends who worked on the Chernobyl accident clean-up were now dead. They were sent in with no protective gear, a suicide mission, basically.  Klitschko Sr. became sick for this reason.

Klitschko Sr's upbringing and success of his sons can be summed up by what he told Vitali when he was a child.  “There is one rule. When you fight, you must fight to win.”  Vladimir Rodionovich Klitschko got to see his youngest child fight and win the last major title in the heavyweight division and his sons fulfill their dream of holding all the belts simultaneously between themselves in the heavyweight division before he passed.  And with this I'm sure he was proud of his sons.  May he rest in peace.

Sunday, July 10, 2011

Ringside Review of Haye vs Klitschko

SkySports' Ringside recently had a review of the buildup, fight, and future of Wladimir Klitschko and Davide Haye and had interviews with Glenn McCrory, Richie Woodhall & Tris Dixon.

Wednesday, July 6, 2011

Wladimir Klitschko's Haye summary

Using no words, just pictures and facial expressions, WBA/WBO/IBF/IBO/RING heavyweight champion Wladimir Klitschko sums up his experience with rival and former WBA heavyweight champ David Haye in this video.  Enjoy!

Monday, July 4, 2011

David Haye On His Loss To Wladimir Klitschko

Former WBA heavyweight champion David Haye recently talked about his loss to WBA/WBO/IBF/IBO/RING heavyweight champion Wladimir Klitschko and his future plans including a desire for a rematch with Wladimir.

Sunday, July 3, 2011

Haye Partially Blames Toe On Klitschko Performance

In the post fight David Haye did shake Wladimir Klitschko's hand and admitted that Wladimir Klitschko put on a superior performance but said that a broken little toe also was a factor and a big reason why he couldn't spring into his shots to test Wlad's chin. So with the toe excuse now in place I think it would be appropriate to have some pun with this.

Haye was TOEtally outclassed in his fight with Wladimir.

In the theme of Bonnie Tyler, Haye had a TOEtal Eclipse Of The Heart Saturday night.

Considering how good of an actor he was at times from enticing the ref to deduct a point from Wladimr for leaning on him to flopping on the ground, Haye might have lost the fight but deserves a TOEny award for his other performance in the ring.

But seriously will there be a medical report on this or will it be a no show like the June 2009 back injury claim?  TOE be or not TOE be-- that is the question...

More to come! Got any?

Klitschko Haye Post Fight Press Conference

This is some video footage after the heavyweight unification fight Saturday night between current WBO/WBA/IBF/IBO heavyweight champion Wladimir Klitschko and former WBA heavyweight champ David Haye.

David Haye has plenty of excuses blaming part of his failure on his toe but giving credit to Wladimir for implementing a perfect strategy and even shaking his hand!

Klitschko Haye Post Fight Press Conference Video

** Haye finally shakes Wladimir's hand!

** Haye shows hurt little toe.

** Wladimir asks Haye if he wants a rematch and discusses future opponent possibilities..

** Emanuel Steward talks about the fight...

Here's some additional German footage..

Saturday, July 2, 2011

Klitschko Haye CompuBox Stats

Below are the compubox stats for the heavyweight unification fight between WBO/IBF/IBO heavyweight champion Wladimir Klitschko and WBA heavyweight champion David Haye that happened on July 2nd 2011 in Hamburg, Germany.

PunchStat Report
Wladimir Klitschko W 12 David Haye
07/02/2011    Hamburg, Germany
Wladimir dominated the fight with his jab. He averaged 42 punches thrown per round, 31 of which were jabs. Of his 134 landed punches, 105 were jabs. Haye averaged 24 total punches thrown per round- half the heavyweight average. Below is more detailed information.

Total Punches Landed / Thrown

Jabs Landed / Thrown
Power Punches Landed / Thrown
Final PunchStat Report
  Punches  Landed / Thrown
Total Punches
Power Punches
134 / 509
105 / 376
29 / 133
72 / 290
36 / 171
36 / 119

Klitschko Haye Full Fight

This is the full fight video for the July 2nd heavyweight unification fight between WBO/IBF/IBO heavyweight champion Wladimir Klitschko and WBA heavyweight champ David Haye that happened in Hamburg, Germany.

Klitschko Haye Full Fight Video

** Ring entrances, anthems, introductions, & all 12 rounds. For individual rounds, decision, and post fight see section below this video.

Klitschko Haye Round 1

Klitschko Haye Round 2

Klitschko Haye Round 3

Klitschko Haye Round 4

Klitschko Haye Round 5

Klitschko Haye Round 6

Klitschko Haye Round 7

Klitschko Haye Round 8

Klitschko Haye Round 9

Klitschko Haye Round 10

Klitschko Haye Round 11

Klitschko Haye Round 12

Klitschko Haye Decision

** Skip to the 4 minute mark to get past end of round 12 which you seen above...

Klitschko Haye Post Fight Interviews

** From Sky Sports

*From HBO and thus might not be up long -- Enjoy while you can!

Klitschko Haye Post Fight Press Conference

Some video footage..

*Will get prefight, decision, and postfight when they become available..

Klitschko Defeats Haye By Decision

And the new unified WBO/WBA/IBF/IBO heayvweight champion.. Wladimir Klitschko!  Wladimir easily handled David Haye over 12 rounds.  Haye had his moments but didn't throw enough and was not as aggressive as many thought he would be.  Wladimir was the aggressor throughout the fight. Here's how the fight went:

Not much happened in the opening round, feeling each other out, but Klitschko's round. He controlled it, touched him with the jab.

Round 2 was a Solid round for Klitschko.  He was just outlanding a tentative Haye. Landed a couple of nice rights in the rd. 20-18 Klitschko.

Round 3 was best of the fight so far. Some good action. Both landed some solid shots. It was a pretty even round in my opinion and after watching the fight this was Haye's best round.

Rd 4 was more of the same from Wladimnir -- jabbing keeping the distance-- and this round goes to Klitschko although Haye landed a decent shot right at the end of rd.

In round 5 Klitschko had a very good round, and landed a right hand that seemed to hurt Haye for a moment. Klitschko is winning this fight easily up to this point.

In round 6 Klitschko is still controlling the fight and Haye is not throwing enough punches, although Wlad has a small nick that is bleeding on his left cheek.

Round 7 was a even round and I have it 9-9 because Klitschko was docked a point for pushing Haye down, but it was a complete nonsense call. You could tell it was a flop.  Between rounds Emanuel spends the 1st 30 seconds complaining to the ref about this and explaining why he shouldn't have been docked a point.  This seems to have made the ref think the next time Haye pulls similar stunts in the later rounds.

In Rd 8  Klitschko boxing him to death. Haye is still not throwing any punches.

Rd 9 was easy for Klitschko. He's made it look pretty easy  with the jab and increasing left hook. Haye did nothing.

Rd 10 to Kitschko. Haey hardly threw any punches and Wladimir landed more than Haye threw. Also,  Haye keep flopping to mat and was warned.

Rd 11 was fo Klitschko, 10-8. Wladimir was credited with a knockdown, although it was another Haye flop and the ref having enough of Haye's antics creatively counted it as a knockdown.

In the final round Klitschko finishes very aggressive and strong after Haye lands a solid shot. I scored the fight 118 - 108 and the official scrorecard was:  118-108, 117-109, 116-110 for the winner Wladimir Klitschko.
Easy work for Wladimir who is now improves to 56-3, and 49 KO's while Haye drops to 25-2, and 23 KO's... 

Congratulations to Wladimir Klitschko and Vitali Klitschko who now control all the belts in the heavyweight division and fulfilled their dream.

Weather Could Be Issue For Klitschko Haye Fight Tonight

There is a strong storm in Hamburg Germany.  The ring is under protection but the surrounding stadium is not.  The forecast says upwards of a 1/2 inch of rain and wind 20-30 mph. The winds could carry the rain onto the canvas of the ring and effect the performance.   As of now the ring is dry.  Jim Lampley has said,'Rain is steady and forecast says no letup. German boxing board makes final decision.'  Dan Rafael said that the rain issue was discussed at Friday rules meeting. IF fight had to be called for weather before 4th round ended it would be a no contest.  So far they held 2 undercard bouts in Germany without issue. A Haye rep went into the ring to check it and said no issues.

Stay tuned for more information...

Klitschko Haye Predicition

This is my prediction on how the fight between WBO/IBF/IBO/RING heavyweight champion Wladimir Klitschko and WBA heavyweight champ David Haye will go tonight.  This honestly is a little harder prediction than fights in the past for me due to alot more variables at play.  Will Wladimir come out more aggressive than normal since he has hatred towards Haye?  Will he go the 12 rounds as promised to punish Haye instead?  Will Haye bring something new to the table like he said or is that just talk? ETC.... 

I think Wladimir will start off the fight a little caucious as will David Haye.  I think Haye will try to implement a strategy like he did against Valuev.  I think there might even be a few temporary exchanges but for the most part I think Wladimir will keep his distance and establish his jab early.  I think with the pressure Haye is under (this is his 1st time in such a large venue and potentially his last fight after talking so much leading up to this fight for 2 plus years) will cause him to fade and by about the 5th round Haye will get caught.  I think Wladimir will catch up to his movement and start laying some leather on him.   Even if Wladimir means to go 12 rounds to punish Haye, I think his power will be too much and he will catch Haye and stop him by the 6th round.

So my prediction is Wladimir Klitschko by 6th round KO/TKO.  What do you think?

Other predictions from users on youtube...

Other Predictions...

CARL FROCH - WBC super-middleweight champion

I fancy David Haye. I like the guy - he's ballsy, he's gutsy, he's everything I like about a man and a boxer. He's a warrior, he means business when he gets in there and I think he's going to do the business.

Wladimir is tall and rangy and awkward and presents a lot of threat for David Haye. But the way David will fight is to put him on his back foot and scare him to death, smash him with those big shots. He's going to hurt Wladimir.

You saw him sit back for two rounds against Audley Harrison, but when he decided the time was right he jumped on him and did what he had to do to get him out of there. Little grin, job done, see you later, go and pick up the cheque.
Lennox Lewis

LENNOX LEWIS - former three-time heavyweight world champion

Against Nikolay Valuev, David fought a perfect fight; he kept moving, he stayed elusive. He has the speed and the weight in his arms and any shot he hits Klitschko with will be a shocking blow.

Klitschko's strength is his size, his reach and his weight. He has all those advantages, and on paper he is the one they will pick to win because he is a natural heavyweight. If they get into a clinch and Klitschko puts his weight on David it may sap some of David's energy.

But if David is able to stay with his game plan and move and throw combinations, he should do very well. Haye is light but he can use it to his advantage if he can stay away from him.
Amir Khan

AMIR KHAN - WBA light-welterweight champion

I think Haye could shock Klitschko - if he's smart, jumps on him early, hurts him and puts him on the back foot. But if Haye lets Klitschko settle in and work behind that jab, the fight could become very hard work.

But my money's on Haye, I think he could even take Klitschko out towards the end of the fight. He's got the speed and the power to knock him out, but I don't think he'll rush into anything just in case he makes a mistake.
Joe Calzaghe

JOE CALZAGHE - former two-weight world champion

David is my kind of fighter, one of the most exciting fighters in the world right now. He's quick, sharp and classy and throws punches with bad intentions.

He looks even better than I could have ever imagined. The punch power he is showing on the pads is frightening, and everything is thrown with speed. He's moving like a middleweight with heavyweight power at the moment, and that can only be a good thing.

David has a chance. Wladimir is the bigger guy and has the tools with regards to the reach and the weight - but David is fast, can punch and Klitschko's been on the floor 10 times-plus. If he catches him, David can knock him out.
Frank Warren

FRANK WARREN - Britain'top boxing promoter

Klitschko will be too big for Haye and stop him inside the distance. I know people straightaway will say, 'well, Nikolay Valuev was big', but Klitschko has got more mobility, he's got a great jab and he's got more boxing ability.

Haye says before every fight he's going to have a tear-up, but he never does. He ran and ran and ran from Valuev until the last round. For three rounds against Audley Harrison the crowd were booing because there was no action.

If Haye hits you on the chin he can take you out, but he's got to get inside that jab and let shots go and I just don't see him doing that. And if Haye gets hit on the chin, he will go down. But that's Haye's dilemma - if he's going to run, that will suit Klitschko as well.
Oscar de la Hoya

OSCAR DE LA HOYA - former six-weight world champion

David Haye is a great champion and a very charismatic person, but he's also a great athlete, which is one of his advantages over Klitschko. He can be one of the fighters who can knock out a Klitschko - he's that powerful.

He's fast, a thinker, he can surprise Klitschko, I believe. Klitschko's a great fighter, a big guy, so it's a dangerous fight for David, but I believe it's a very winnable fight for Haye.
Richie Woodhall

RICHIE WOODHALL - former WBC super-middleweight champion

Haye knocks him out. It will be a similar performance to the fight against Valuev, a very cagey affair, in that we won't see David just rushing into him - he'll stay on the outside, make him lead, make him miss, and then catch him on the counter with the right hand.

That will be the key, getting inside that jab. Obviously it's going to be a lot more difficult than against Valuev, because Klitschko has a lot more boxing ability. But David is a better boxer than people give him credit for - he can be elusive, he can avoid shots and he's sharp enough and quick enough.

It can be very difficult if you've got someone in front of you who's a lot shorter, it can be very tricky trying to nail him down with that jab, because you can over-commit. I can see Klitschko gaining in confidence as the fight goes on, coming forward, egged on by his own fans, and that could be his downfall.
Bernard Hopkins

BERNARD HOPKINS - WBC light-heavyweight champion

Haye will knock out both brothers. I'm not impressed with those guys. They've got the height and good records and a Hall of Fame trainer in Emanuel Steward, but otherwise they're ordinary. They ain't special. They're just lucky.

Wladimir will be real easy for Haye, but he'd run them both down and knock them both out. Without Haye, there ain't nothing going on in the heavyweight division.
Tyson Fury

TYSON FURY - British heavyweight contender

Haye's getting KOd, definitely. I can see Klitschko putting him down three or four times before the ref stops it. Haye is fast as lightning but he's a small heavyweight who has got no chin - and we all know what happens to people with no chin. In the heavyweight game if you don't have a chin you get knocked out, it's that simple.

If you leave Klitschko to his own game he'll jib-jab around the ring all night. But if you put him under pressure - constant pressure - and show you're not scared of getting hit, you've got a chance.

But Haye's not going to go to Germany for a war, he's going to run around the ring and nick a point here or there. I think that's the wrong move, you've got to put it on him. Look at the facts - Klitschko hasn't been beaten by a technician, all the fighters who have beaten him have been come-forward boxers.
John Murray

JOHN MURRAY - European lightweight champion

I want to see Haye do it because he's British and it's good to have the world heavyweight champion on these shores. I can see a Haye win by knockout. Klitschko is a class world champion but he's had his time and now it's Haye's time to shine.

He's younger and fresher and carries dynamite in his fists. The early rounds might be difficult until Haye finds his range and then he'll land one of his big shots.
James DeGale

JAMES DEGALE - former Olympic and British super-middleweight champion

In Hamburg, against one of the Klitschkos, it's a difficult task for Haye. Although, being British, hopefully he can go out there and do it and unify the division.

I see Klitschko knocking him out late on, that's the way I see it. He's just too athletic, too big and hits far too hard. But you never know - it's heavyweight boxing, all it takes is one punch, and David Haye can dig.
Anthony Ogogo

ANTHONY OGOGO - Commonwealth Games silver medallist and Olympic hopeful

Klitschko's never boxed anyone who's really come to win, not for a long time, and when he has, he's been beaten. Haye knows what he wants, to be out of the game in four months' time, so he'll go in there with so much desire to win and he'll be too quick for him, overwhelm him and stop him in about seven or eight rounds.

The Klitschkos are massive in Germany so I can't see Haye winning on points. But Haye knows that as well. He's got the confidence in his punching ability and a lack of confidence in Klitschko's chin.

It won't be a tear-up; Haye just talks about that to sell tickets, he's just a really good promoter. I can see him sitting off, losing rounds on purpose, lulling Klitschko into a false sense of security and when no-one's expecting it, whack, whack, whack, all over.

Friday, July 1, 2011

Klitschko Haye Undercard

This is the undercard for the heavyweight unification match tomorrow night in Hamburg, Germany between WBO/IBF/IBO/RING heavyweight champion and WBA heavyweight champ David Haye. 

Ola Afolabi vs. Terry Dunstan, 12 rounds, cruiserweights

Ashley Sexton vs. Mike Robinson, 8 rounds, junior bantamweights

Tony Harrison vs. Uwe Tritschler, 4 rounds, junior middleweights

Ryan Aston vs. TBA, 4 rounds, middleweights

Gabor Veto vs. James Kimori, 4 or 6 rounds, junior welterweights

One of the biggest fights, don't miss it: Actually start around 22:45CET | 21:45UK |  4.45pm EST!!!

Where To Watch Klitschko vs Haye

This is where you will find up-to-date information on where and when you can watch the heavyweight unification fight between WBO/IBF/IBO/RING heavyweight champion Wladimir Klitschko and WBA heavyweight champ David Haye who will be fighting tomorrow night in Hamburg, Germany.

Where to Watch Klitschko vs Haye In US

HBO West will be showing the fight live starting at 4:45 pm ET / 1:45 PT. If you want to tune it at 4:30 pm ET they will replay the face off episode of Klitschko and Haye. HBO Latino will also show the fight strating at 5 pm ET.

Where to Watch Klitschko Haye In the UK

SkySports will have a PPV of the event for £14.95 / €21.95 and you can order here. The fight will start at 20:00.

You can also book with your Sky remote

To order with your remote ensure that your Sky Box is connected to your telephone line.

Tune into Channel 739 and order using the green button.

Or order via the Box Office button on your Sky remote, go to Sports & Events and follow the on screen instructions.

Where to Watch Klitschko vs Haye in Germany

RTL will show the fight live @ 21:00.

Where to Watch Klitschko vs Haye in the Middle East

Aljazeera sport will show the fight at 8 pm gmt.

Where to Watch Klitschko Haye Online

If you are interested in watching this fight via streaming video online you can check out available Klitschko Haye streams here.

If you know of any other information regarding other countries and times please share!

Klitschko Haye Weigh-In

Today was the official weigh-in for the heavyweight title unification fight between WBO/IBF/IBO/RING heavyweight champion Wladimir Klitschko and WBA heavyweight champ David Haye. Wladimir outweight David by 30 lbs. Wladimir came in at 243 pounds (110.2 kilograms)which is four pounds (1.8 kilograms) lighter than he was against Samuel Peter in 2010, while Haye weighed in at 213 pounds (99.6 kilograms), two-and-a-half pounds (1.1 kilograms) heavier than he was against Audley Harrison in 2010.

Klitschko Haye Weigh-In Video

Here's another video of the weigh-in

Wednesday, June 29, 2011

Klitschko Haye Media Workout

Today was the final media/public workout for the WBO/IBF/IBO/RING heavyweight champ Wladimir Klitschko and WBA heavyweight champ David Haye in Hamburg, Germany ahead of their title unification bout this Saturday, July 2nd in Hamburg, Germany. Below is some video footage of the public workout.

David Haye Media Workout Video

Wladimir Klitschko Media Workout Video

** hand wrapping, warm-up, shadowboxing

**hitting mitts with Steward

Monday, June 27, 2011

Klitschko Haye Final Presser Stare Down

This is video footage of the stare down between Wladimir Klitschko and David Haye at their final press conference today in Hamburg, Germany ahead of their title unification fight this Saturday, July 2nd.  The face off gets pretty intense.  Clearly tensions are rising and they had to be separated with a mild scuffle between camps ensuing thereafter.  Wladimir even wrote a 50 on his hand and pointed to Haye in the stare down to indicate to Haye that he will be the 50th man to get knocked out by him.

Klitschko Haye Staredown Video

**Another angle

**1 more angle -- best imo

Klitschko Haye Final Press Conference

Today was the final presser for the heavyweight championship fight this Saturday, July 2nd between current WBO/IBF/IBO/RING heavyweight champ Wladimir Klitschko and WBA heavyweight champ David Haye.  Here is some video footage of the last press conference.

Craig Slater Previews Final Haye/Klitschko Presser

Klitschko Haye Press Conference Video

**Emnanuel Steward and Davie Haye

*David Haye and Wladimir Klitschko

*Wladimir Klitschko and media questions..

Klitschko Haye Presser Highlights & Interviews

Klitschko Haye Staredown

**Another angle

**1 more angle -- best imo

Johnny Nelson On Final Klitschko/Haye Presser

Glenn McCrory On Final Klitschko/Haye Presser

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