Discussion Wladimir Klitschko to make his comeback against a top ranked British Heavyweight??

Aug 28, 2014
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Obviously it would be Whyte if anyone, would be an interesting fight if Wlad still has any left he should win but Whyte has alot of momentum

AJ vs Miller in USA then
 
Jun 3, 2013
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I thought Wlad would be one guy who had plenty to do with his time and would not have found the need to consider returning to boxing.

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Or one guy who has the sense to stay retired. He's definitely had his day, already lost to two out of the 3 top guys in the division. Whilst they've all improved it's probably fair to say he won't have.

Nothing left to achieve Wlad, just leave it.
 
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Jan 26, 2014
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Looking at this objectively

if shot old VLADS saggy grandpa back looked like an eighty year old’s after two years retired

(when he got wheeled out of the old people’s home to take prime big josh life and death for some made up vacant baubles)

Then surely this old version will look and fight like a damn corpse in there.

Expect Joshua’s team to find their voice loudly all of a sudden here and call out the old man for another dust up for the fans

I pick the chinny robot to beat the shot old retired winless in five years legend for what it’s worth
 

DB Cooper

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May 17, 2013
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The heavyweight division has been much more interesting without Wlad dominating it. I don't think a comeback will enhance his legacy.
 
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When I was drinking cask ale one evening I went down the rabbit hole of trying to find out who trained Usyk
Led me to an interview with James Ali Bashir who reckoned Wlad was going to fight again