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This Saturday in the Olympiahalle Arena, Munich, Germany Vitali Klitschko 43 wins (40kos) –  2 losses (2 losses by injury stoppage) defends his WBC title against Britain’s Dereck Chisora 15 wins (9kos) – 2 losses.

Chisora is coming into this fight on the back of a very controversial spilt decision loss against Finland’s Robert Helenius for the EBU title. The Helenious affair was a fight Chisora clearly won. But the only people that disagreed were the ones that mattered and that were two of the judges. Most people are giving Chisora no chance in this fight.

The only thing I can see in Chisora’s favor is that he’s age 28 and Vitali is 40. But a man (Chisora) who loses against Tyson Fury will have a hard time winning against one of the greatest heavyweights of all time (Klitschko). But then again, we all know what happened with Douglas and Tyson in 1990.

I can see this being a painful night for Chisora. He will try and get in on the inside and apply pressure. The same as he did against Robert Helenius, but Vitali will just use that fantastic jab of his and then land with big powerful right hands that will make a mess of Chisora’s face. I can see Chisora’s corner pulling him out between the 6th and 8th rounds. So my prediction for the fight is Vitali by stoppage in the 8th round.

Chisora is coming into this fight with a lot of new fans for showing heart and courage against Helenius.

After this fight, I would like to see Chisora fight David Price instead of Sam Sexton for the British and Commonwealth titles that Tyson Fury vacated.

As for Vitali, is there no one out there to give him much of a challenge. The only fight I want to see will not happen and that is him fighting his brother, Wladimir Klitschko. Because of the promise that was made to his mother, he will never fight Wladimir and that is a shame for all us fans.

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