Thursday, January 20, 2011
In The Spotlight
Considered by many to be the best heavyweight fighter of his generation, Wladimir Klitschko has been brutally dispatching opponents since November 16, 1996, when he knocked out Fabian Meza in his professional debut. This menacing 6’5” bruiser is currently the IBF, WBO, IBO ,and Ring magazine champion, and if he has his way, his next fight will be a unification match against WBA champion David Haye. “I want to wipe Haye out of the ring,” he says. “I want to punish him for 12 rounds and then knock him out. I think he’s obnoxious, and I don’t like how he walks and how he talks.” Learn more about this big bruiser by clicking here.