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Mr Rubes

TARK was talking about, I believe, champions, former or current that VK has beaten. And that number is seven. Yes Adamek is a hall of famer

Posted September 6, 2012 8:13 am 


Adamek was not the champ when he faced him but adamek had been a champ and is a hall of famer.

Posted September 6, 2012 2:02 am 

Mr Rubes

Also, if he knocks Charr out he will overtake Marciano and once again have the highest KO quota in the history

Posted September 5, 2012 7:55 pm 

Mr Rubes

Wrong, Vitali has defeated SEVEN world champions- Adamek, Briggs, Hide, Gomez, Peter, Norris, Sanders.

Posted September 5, 2012 7:53 pm 


Dawson vs Ward will be an extremely interesting fight because Ward has already dominated the best fighters at 168.. If AW beats Dawson he has to be considered one of the best in the world.. If Dawson wins a clear decision it will be a triumph of pure boxing over the boxer-brawler style …. As for Klitschko-Charr, it won’t be AS interesting a fight, but it will be historic. It may well be the final fight of Vitali’s storied career.. Few Heavyweight Champions in history can match Vitali’s record of accomplishments. Charr would be the 6th undefeated heavyweight with at least 17 fights that he’s beaten, along with having defeated 6 World Champions…. If Vitali doesn’t lose, or doesn’t fall behind on points before scoring a knockout, he will be the only Heavyweight Champion in history who’s never been outboxed or out-scored in any fight — and if he doesn’t get knocked down, he will be one of two (2) Heavyweight Champions who’s never had a knockdown scored against him.

Posted September 5, 2012 4:53 pm 

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