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It’s Me, Ernie

Actually it was Robin van Roosmalen who Ko’ed Klitschko

Posted November 26, 2012 3:52 pm 


Unbiast Dane………. hes correct. Do a google search and you will find plenty evidence and info on William van roosemallen KOing Vitali. He was out cold

Posted November 26, 2012 7:10 am 

It’s Me, Ernie


Posted November 25, 2012 9:17 pm 

It’s Me, Ernie

You’re mordant satire is weak at best. It’s absolutely amazing how you ardently spiel your Tarkisms like they actually mean something, and anyone actually cares. Very sad.

Posted November 25, 2012 9:16 pm 


Your stink is getting stronger by the day… That’s why people stay away and relegate you to being an Internet troll with zero content to offer.

Posted November 25, 2012 8:31 pm 


That’s right Enema schnozzle nose… Wlad beat Brewster the last time they fought and hasn’t been beaten in 8 years.. He’s made 10 times as much money as Brewster so far.. Some guys get better—some get worse.

Posted November 24, 2012 6:29 pm 

Unbiased Dane

Well Wlad gassed against Brewster, eny fool could see that, its very strange that Wlad gassed so quickly, so maybe he wassnt well, he could have been poisoned, but there are no proof of that so there isnt eny point speculating in that. He lost came back destroyed Brewster in brutal fashion. And that is many fights ago.

Posted November 24, 2012 6:04 pm 

It’s Me, Ernie

Not as funny though as when a certain douchenozzle(Tard)said Wlad had temporary Diabetes, too much vaseline on and was poisoned right before he had his ass handed to him. It just doesn’t get any more hilarious than that…

Posted November 24, 2012 4:36 pm 


Sred says, “Sorry Tark there was NEVER a writeup about Lewis doing anything but bashing in Vitalis face.” …. That a LIE.. NO article said Lewis “bashed Vitali’s face in” because that didn’t happen. No sports writer in America is as biased a liar as YOU.

Writers mostly wrote about how the crowd booed the decision, how Vitali dominated the early rounds, and how Vitali was seemingly on his way to victory. Many articles anticipated the rematch Lewis reneged on.. A rematch that was red-hot, and would have broken all box office records to its date.

Posted November 24, 2012 3:06 pm 


After Helenis/Chisora we had the two American announcers decrying the decision, it was basically overlooked by Vitali Klits… After Lewis put those stitches in Vitalis mug the only thing people wanted to see was another fight..NO official controversy existed and Tark did not start talking this craziness till he was instructed to be his fellow mental defective Bears… I presented Tark with raw pics of Vitalis facial damage and he pretended to be a forensic scientist and dismiss the eyewitness accounts of millions and decided it could NOT have been punches that forever attached Vitalis pinnacle moment in the ring to a LOSS… Lennox TKO round 6, fair and square :)

Posted November 24, 2012 1:07 pm 


Sorry Tark there was NEVER a writeup about Lewis doing anything but bashing in Vitalis face…Where is the Ring Mag or NY times article about Lewis cheating Vitali? There is NONE because such nonsense only exists in he minds of BITTER Klit fans who want him to have a record he NEVER will that includes a win over Lewis…There was NO controversy, it was plain and clear as to how he got capped by that right hand in the 3rd and the ones that followed… This is not Chavez/Taylor, Lewis/Holyfield I or even Peterson/Khan it was a clearcut hatchett job by hard puncher… Learn to live with that loss your life will improve… LOL

Posted November 24, 2012 1:03 pm 


I think Clubrat earned it–should be a repeat of Klit and the “White Tyson”, Clubrat did look pretty poor against Freight Train Walker, still that’s in the past and he’s getting good enough for a ten round k.o. loss to Klit.

Posted November 23, 2012 8:03 pm 


huckster….. Byrd was a legitimate loss. Byrd was an opponent Vitali would have easily beaten 19 times out of 20 but those are the breaks.. A loss is a loss.. The Lewis fight was not a loss.. The severe, jagged cuts on Vitali’s face were not caused by punches but slashed open by lacing with the palm of Lewis’s glove while he held Vitali in a headlock. Since more than four rounds were fought, you go to the scorecards to determine the result.. Since Vitali was winning the fight on ALL CARDS he deserved the verdict..
In boxing you often have corrupt, inept, or senile officials and that’s just par for the course.. But that doesn’t mean Helenius beat Chisora, Bradley beat Pacquiao, or Lewis beat Vitali.

Posted November 23, 2012 6:29 pm 


Guys who love Vitali want to hear that the fight should not have been stopped because he was winning by points. He would have beat Lennox. Logic says Lennox should have tore up Vitali’s face and ended his career. Using the same argument, Vitali was “obviously” ahead in points against Byrd. He won all nine rounds. Fans should say that Vitali could have danced and lasted three more rounds to win against Byrd. No, his injury could have ended his career. huh???? Vitali was WAY ahead on points. When I saw that fight, I thought just dance 3 more rounds and you win Vitali. It was like Byrd loss. What??? He quit? Lennox should have torn off Vitali face. Vitali would have never came back “according” to HIS fans logic. Nice fans. There would be only be Wlad. This is no hating. Lennox had six more rounds to tear that face off. Sssshhhh.

Posted November 23, 2012 3:26 pm 

Unbiased Dane

who the hell is this William Van Roosemalen ? enything to back this claim up with photo or video ? didnt think so :-D This is a boxing site and fact is Lennox and Sanders hit him with all they got with no effect.

Posted November 23, 2012 12:37 pm 

It’s Me, Ernie

Wlad Fan, LMAO! Good one…

Posted November 23, 2012 12:36 pm 


Lewis didn’t “bash” anything… Vitali’s face was SLASHED not bashed—and by laces and palming, not by punches… You don’t get points for cuffing with the inside of the glove.

You have noted the combatant who was getting out-boxed and out-pointed was Lewis. Who did the Staples Center crowd cheer? And who did they boo? That gives even you an idea who really won the fight … Lewis earned a reputation as a cheater — and a coward who reneged on his promise to give Vitali a rematch after talking big about it.

I suppose you think Helenius beat Chisora, Bradley beat Pacquiao, and Chavez tied Whitaker as well? An illegitimate win is an illegitimate win — screw the official results.

Posted November 23, 2012 11:18 am 


Decker, you seem to act like I am a pioneer stating this ERA of HW boxing is NOT well regarded by the masses?? Even Wlads trainer says the scene is WEAK, Rafael has made similar statements while lauding the Klits… Face facts Helenius and guys like this are NOT compelling fighters, nowadays you guys see almost anyone 6″5 or over who can walk and you pronounce him a BEAST or the next GREAT HW Champion..Ali fought at HW, and the average size of the combatants does NOT change the division thats not how history works..The Klits have gone in the ring 7 inches taller than recent foes yet you seem not to notice that? (Mormeck 5″11″) the GREAT fighters Ali is known for facing were proportionate ie 6″3 Norton, 6″3 Foreman and even Frazier at 5″11 was within reasonable confines when height and weight are factored 10 pounds one way or the other… You seem to want to pretend that Ali was this HUGE HW beating up on a bunch of tiny fighters… Truth is Ali weighed as low as 193 early in his career… Sorry the past is SET, this era needs its own superstars and there are NONE absent the Klits in Germany.

Posted November 23, 2012 10:03 am 


Tark your quest to create moments that NEVER happened when Lewis bashed in Klits face really tells me that you cannot stomach that loss on his record and that my statements regarding the level of impact it might have had if he (Vitali) prevailed ring 100%true…Lewis was a terrific sportsman that night absent being rude postfight but again who cares he won anyway…:)

Posted November 23, 2012 9:55 am 


Bears, Chambers did NOT go down to Cruiser after facing Klitschko why are you guys trying to assign EVERY career moment post Klit?? Chambers had NUMEROUS fights at HW and fought Adamek close as hell… He is moving down to Cruiser how many years after facing Wlad?? C’mon man are you so desperate for credit that you are focusing on Chambers who fought Wlad YEARS ago?? SAD

Posted November 23, 2012 9:51 am 


If you want to call them contenders that are learning thats one thing (Price, Wilder ect) if you want to use them as signs the division is at an all time high or as if they are threats on a historical level that is another thing…. Sorry when fighters have not proved anything all the accolades in the world only mean so much….

Posted November 23, 2012 9:46 am 


Price and Helenius BOTH need to fight someone who aint 78 years old. Let them fight eachother! I kno Helenius beat Price in the ams. But Price has developed alot since the ams. The only thing Helenius has developed are breasts. He has looked terrible in his last 2 fights, and i beleive Price either beats him by a shut out, or a big KO.

Posted November 23, 2012 8:16 am 


That is about the truth. We blame everyone else for not fighting each other. I mean come on. We pick on two guys like Wilder and Price who are haven’t really broken through yet. Does it really matter who they fight at the moment? They are contenders in learning. These two brothers should have fought each other long ago. If you believe their crap, you don’t love boxing. You might as well turn their argument into a Pac-May argument. Pac-May are brothers. Leave them alone.

Posted November 23, 2012 7:30 am 

Mick the Marmalizer

In an ideal World Wlad fights Povotkin next, while Pulev defends his EBU belt against Helinius in a final eliminator to fight the winner. What’s the betting it don’t happen?

Posted November 23, 2012 5:26 am 


Sredmond u spend most your time on klitschko (heavyweight) threads. In fact your here daily. So the heavyweight division level of concern compels you to come on to klitschko threads and hate the white champions who have owned so thoroughly for a decade, guys like eddie chambers get scary knocked out then go down to cruiser. That’s intimidation. Theheavy champ is considered the toughest guy in the world. The heavy champ can smoke anyone in boxing. That’s also what makes it premeir.

Posted November 23, 2012 1:08 am 

It’s Me, Ernie

Thanks, I’ll be here all week…

Posted November 23, 2012 12:54 am 


Sred, you’re arguing w/yoself again.

I’m not validating your point – I’m making my own. You like to diminish K bros careers by stating it’s a weak era and who have they fought. I merely pointed out that Ali had many has been and no hoper opponents, many at/below 200#, which nobody can deny. Ali’s era is also much weaker than the current era. So you’re drawing FALSE conclusions (the ones you want) from FALSE premises. Try to keep up homey !

Also no reason to call me a goon just because you’re torn up about the recent to current HW scene.
I have called you biased and overly sentimental for a bygone era when you identified with the then top HWs. Others have been much more blunt in calling you out.

Btw, I has an excellent Thanksgiving with family.

Posted November 23, 2012 12:02 am 

It’s Me, Ernie

Tard and another tremendous message is due in about now…

Posted November 22, 2012 11:56 pm 


It’s Me, Ernie asks
– How many cruisers have the sisters been in with?

Not sure who the sisters (the Williams?) are, but not as many as Ali ! WOOOOOOO

Posted November 22, 2012 11:51 pm 

It’s Me, Ernie

Who is Earnie?

Posted November 22, 2012 11:40 pm 

Daly Jr (Juanma, same tranny) likes to touch herself

Redness the heavyweight division Is the “Galmour Division”, always was and Always will be. Maybe to some hardcore boxing fans it aint but any armchair fan or non fan will take note when they hear a fight for “the heavyweight championship of the world” When they hear “the middleweight or lightheavyweight or featherweight or whatever championship of the world” Far less interest. Again not among actual fans of the sport and many actual fans prefer their own weight classes but for the average non fan of boxing its the heavyweights that will stir interest only. Why? Cause its the perceived glamour division. Lemme guess Mugabi, you hate on the division cause 2 white boys dont just rule the division but are dominating it to such a extent that they be breaking records of all your african blood?

Posted November 22, 2012 11:23 pm 

Daly Jr (Juanma, same tranny) likes to touch herself

Earnie calls the brothers “the sisters”. Hmmmm biased much pea brain? :)

Posted November 22, 2012 11:17 pm 

Daly Jr (Juanma, same tranny) likes to touch herself

I mean a 45 year old man had No Business winning a title in any era. But guess what? It happened. In the 90s. Guess what else Earnie. It was a former Light Heavyweight in Moore who was holding the title that night. But of course Earnie Im sure Moore was far better and superior compared former cruisers the like of Adamek and Haye and would have schooled both the same night yeah? Yeah right! Earnie and his pea brain :)

Posted November 22, 2012 11:16 pm 

It’s Me, Ernie

LMAO! Tark the chode thinks it’s harder to get ranked in the heavyweight division currently that in previous years. How many cruisers have the sisters been in with?

Posted November 22, 2012 10:53 pm 


Sred, you’re arguing w/yoself again.

I’m not validating your point – I’m making my own. You like to diminish K bros careers by stating it’s a weak era and who have they fought. I merely pointed out that Ali had many has been and no hoper opponents, many at/below 200#, which nobody can deny. Ali’s era is also much weaker than the current era. So you’re drawing FALSE conclusions (the ones you want) from FALSE premises. Try to keep up homey !

Also no reason to call me a goon just because you’re torn up about the recent to current HW scene.
I have called you biased and overly sentimental for a bygone era when you identified with the then top HWs. Others have been much more blunt in calling you out. Btw, I has an excellent Thanksgiving with family.

Posted November 22, 2012 10:49 pm 


Didn’t a lace cause that cut on Vittles?

Posted November 22, 2012 10:44 pm 


Sred, you’re arguing w/yoself again.
I’m making my own point, not validating yours. You attack HWs like the k bros by stating who have they fought. I merely point out that Ali faced many has beens & no hopers too – many at/below 200#.

No reason to call me a goon beacuse you’re torn up about the recent to current HW scene. Know what? It’s not going to change anytime soon !
The worst I’ve called you is overly biased & sentimental for a bygone era when you identified w/the then top HWs. Others have been more blunt in calling you out. Btw, I had an excellent Thanksgiving w/family.

Posted November 22, 2012 10:37 pm 


Tark, like I said Vitali ate 60 stitches in 6 rounds thats a SEVERE amount of damage and easily the WORST hiding of his career… Guys fight for 25 years and never end up absorbing that many stitches, Foreman, Holyfield…. Lewis chopped your boy Vitali up something awful, because he stepped up in class and got what was coming… Since then the hardest guy he had to train for was Samuel Peter…. Wow!!!!!! Scary!!! LOL

Posted November 22, 2012 10:18 pm 


Decker I notice that you do NOT try to refute the notion that Ali fought the relevant threats of his day in addition to the fillers that all fighters have to face in order to compile a record… So thanks for validating my point, I appreciate your acing in the capacity of a “page” for me on this fine Thanksgiving…Ali was 22 or so facing the ONE and only HW Champion of the World, a hard man (Liston) meanwhile the Klits took what 10 years to get more than that lightly regarded WBO belt??? The fighters of yesterday cannot rack up wins against eachother thats why goons like yourself and Bears spew 1000 names that have a total of 0 accomplishments… Price, Wilder, Helenius. You cannot make a fighter who is a NOBODY today sound better by pitting him against guys who made the most of their time and are 70 now…. SAD SAD SAD state of affairs homey!

Posted November 22, 2012 10:15 pm 


Bears did you REALLY call HW the “Glamour division” of boxing? HAHAHAHAHAHAHA!! NO other division in the sport gets LESS respect than the HW division. The late Manny Steward and many others have BASHED the sad state of the division they did not smash on WW, SMW, LW or Jr MW….. All the money is flowing to the lower divisions because the focus is not on the Lummoxes and manufactured threats… Take away the Klits and you have a HW division that would not even get mentioned… Get a grip!!

Posted November 22, 2012 10:10 pm 


Sred “Ali had faced everyone known to man…” WTF???

Ali also fought many has beens, not to mention beefed up LHWs & CWs.
He had life & death struggles w/opponents (3xFrazier, 3xNorton) that would be KTFO today by fighters LESS THAN a LL or K bro.

By your logic it must have been a weak era !

Posted November 22, 2012 9:48 pm 


Sred says…, “The worst hiding of his career” … Vitali never took a hiding in his career.. Lewis DID take TWO hidings… If you finish a fight ahead on points ON ALL CARDS in the worst performance of your career??? Hmm..That’s pretty good.. Vitali wasn’t down. Vitali wasn’t hurt. Vitali was ahead on all cards. Vitali had numerous cuts inflicted with the palm and laces of Lewis’s right glove. NOT a hiding … cuts!!!

When someone says “worst hiding” the implication is there were a number of hidings.. In Vitali’s case there were no hidings. It was an illegitimate win for LL and most know that. Just like Helenius’s win over Chisora was illegitimate. I don’t recognize illegitimate wins.

Posted November 22, 2012 4:44 pm 


Iron Life, I disagree Wlad had 3 tough fights against UNDERDOGS that resulted in 3 losses… Ali was in with some guys that were expected to be hard nights when he lost with the exception of Spinks..Vitali got in the ring with Lewis who was an ATG and even the close to 38 year old version had enough to give him the worst hiding of his career… PS we saw Lewis actually lose, Klits could only do 6 rounds..Thats why a Klit vs Klit fight is logical on paper absent the bloodline, the appropriate test but they get to skate on that one… FACT

Posted November 22, 2012 3:42 pm 


Again….. My POINT was that the heavyweight division was so weak at those times that guys like Stinks and Frazier were ranked after only 7 and 10 fights… You’re not seeing that today.. There are undefeated guys with 20 or 30 fights who are not anywhere close to being ranked, because it just takes longer—and a lot more work—to get there.

Posted November 22, 2012 3:33 pm 


@Sredmond You are just mad there are no longer American/British champions out there. If you actually think about it, maybe the fact that Vitali or Wlad didn’t have any tough fights like Ali is because they are just THAT much better than their competition. With their size, smarts and awkward but perfected technique I believe they would KO many of those you call great-fighters-of-the-past. VItali vs Ali in prime now that would be an awesome match!

Posted November 22, 2012 3:31 pm 


Nice try Tark, Ali had faced everyone known to man and if he took a soft touch near the end of his career who upset him then so be it….He had MORE pitched battles and tough matchups that the Klits have combined for during their careers times 2….As for Larry Holmes, Ali disadvantaged himself as an OLD man and came back and fought a streaking Holmes pushing 39, meanwhile Vitali is acting shy of Haye and he has not lost in 8 or 10 years and he NEVER fought the best HW of his current ERA (his brother) so Ali’s schedule cannot be compared or are you going to tell us how much todays HW’s weigh and ignore most of their non-existent skills….

Posted November 22, 2012 3:13 pm 


You forget about a time when the Heavyweight Division was much weaker… Leon Stinks was ranked after 7 fights—and that’s only because Ali was looking for an opponent who wasn’t named Larry Holmes.. Oh yeah.. Stinks beat Ali ascended to a championship.

Marvis Frazier was ranked after only 10 fights, after beating inept Joe Bugner.

Posted November 22, 2012 3:07 pm 


Tark, Pulev is one of the FEW guys trying to book some name wins at HW… But my point was he was ranked BEFORE he got those wins… He had 14 fights and he was in the Top 10?? Does this indicate the strength of the division?… As for Wilder, Price,
Jennings and some of the others who have they actually BEAT at HW to warrant the acclaim??? Alot of this centers around guys who are TALL the (Klit clone theory) too much respect is being assigned guys who have not been beating World Class or ranked competition ANOTHER indication the era is WEAK… Where are the vetted competitors who are not waiting for a few stiff tests to prove them BUSTS??

Posted November 22, 2012 2:51 pm 


Daly Jr (clone) Yes I think the top 10 is pretty sad overall at HW, when you have Helenius rated as #1 by ANYONE its pretty bad… The scalps he beat were has beens, not the worst thing for an up and comer but when he was in the ring with a live body (Chisora) he needed a hometown decision to be rated #1…If a BAD performance against a fighter like Sherman Williams is all it takes to jump back in the rankings then the bar is LOW to say the least…. As for Bruce Seldon, how long was he HW Champion?? and then order was quickly restored by Mike Tyson… Seldon only lost to some REAL fighters leading up to Iron Mike, Bowe, Tubbs and McCall…. I forget the names of the first 3 guys who stopped our current HW Champion??

Posted November 22, 2012 2:42 pm 


Sred says…, “Tark speaks volumes about Pulev.” … LOL.. I wrote one (1) lonely sentence about Pulev, not volumes, and you totally missed my point as usual…

You want to knock Pulev??? But WHY??? Pulev is one of the bright spots in the burgeoning heavyweight division.. Along with Haye, Price, Banks, Wilder, Jennings, Hanks, MItchell, Towers, Fury and Breazeale.. That’s a list of pretty impressive young heavyweights, and you can’t produce a better list of young up-and-comers from any era.

Please note: I didn’t include undefeated heavyweights such as Rodriguez and Scott who won’t fight anybody good … Guys who fight a million bums and just want to keep their “0”

Posted November 22, 2012 1:52 pm 

Mick the Marmalizer

Dribble: You proberly wouldn’t be too far away if you said there were 68 titlests in the H/W division when you consider (WBC,WBA,IBF,WBO)Super/Regular/Silver/Diamond//Interim/International/Intercontinental + WBF,WBU,IBO,IBC,IBA,GBU>ETC…………….

Posted November 22, 2012 11:17 am 

Daly Jr (Juanma, same tranny) likes to touch herself

Or are you bitter coz there are no americans and you aint subscribed to epix?

Posted November 22, 2012 11:14 am 

Daly Jr (Juanma, same tranny) likes to touch herself

Redness you say the division is terrible coz Helenius is no 1? In that case YDKSAB. Helenius might have looked muck his last two fights but At least the man is yound and undefeated with some semi decent scalps. Anyone who thinks they know the sport should know that there are Always guys ranked no. 1 who look muck- the 00s the 90s the 80s all the way back. Hell when you can actually have a guy like Bruce Seldon actually being a world champ then what does that tell you about the division?? Was the 90s poo too redness???? Explain yourself.

Posted November 22, 2012 11:12 am 


Please note that Tark speaks volumes about Pulev because of the SIZE of the fighters he beat… Again this is the current fixation in the HW division everyone pretends these guys are Wlad clones when they are NOT, most don’t have serious skills..We agree on Helenius who is a complete JOKE of a #1 fighter there is NOTHING special about this guy absent the usual modern day refrain “he’s tall” I have said for awhile that HW is desperate and clawing for guys to elevate at the slightest notice…Boystov has been ranked and so was Pulev BEFORE he beat Ustinov and Dimentrenko… Sorry state of affairs when you strip the Klits out of the era…

Posted November 22, 2012 10:49 am 


Pulev is a deserving number one contender because he stopped 6’7″ X 257 and 32-1 Dimitrenko, 32-1, and 306 pound undefeated Ustinov.

Helenius had a boring sparring sesseion with short, fat, Sherman Williams, and lost 10 rounds to 15-1 Chisora… If he’s a number one contender than what the heck is David Haye, who slaughtered Chisora like a steer after winning every minute of every round?

Pro Boxing makes no sense and gets little respect.. The athletes are getting better all the time, but the money grubbers who run it for their own benefit are killing the golden goose.

Posted November 22, 2012 10:26 am 


sorry, i shall reeeephrase that. There are 68 different ways to become a recognised world champion in this era. Some fighters ofcourse hold more than 1 title. Why Wladimir would want the IBO belt i do not know. My point is, it is too easy to win a world title nowadays. UFC have a much better set up, its closer to what boxing was, than what boxing is now

Posted November 22, 2012 9:17 am 


Sredmond, there are 68 current ‘recognised’ world champions. lol. WBA, WBO, IBF, WBC. Being the main belts ofcourse, 17 weight divisions. Thats not to mention the interim champs, IBO champs, WBF champs etc etc etc. Boxing has become a joke.

Posted November 22, 2012 9:01 am 


Forget Povetkin. Povetkin does not seem to express any real desire to fight Wlad. Wlad is not even pushing the issue any more.

Posted November 22, 2012 7:32 am 


Wlad-Pulev 2013! Fun fight!

Posted November 22, 2012 7:21 am 


Could it be more clear that the HW division is in the doldrums… Robert Helenius #1 on ANYBODYS list? This fixation with supposed Klit clones has driven guys to laud ANYONE over 6″5 as the second coming ie David Price and Helenius…. Helenius has looked AWFUL in his last two bouts, Price has NEVER fought anyone of note professionally and won… Pulev is at least trying to book some name wins but this a SAD time for the division… The bar to being highly ranked is so low it is laughable, Pulev was being ranked in the Top 10 when he ONLY had 14 fights…Unreal

Posted November 22, 2012 6:55 am 



Posted November 22, 2012 6:51 am 

Mick the Marmalizer

Doesn’t Povotkin hold some kind of WBA ordanary title? If so why airn’t the WBA ordering him to fight Wlad or strip him of the bangle as they did with Ozzy Geale? Pulev/Helinius would make for a good EBU title defence for Pulev, followed by Fury or Price.

Posted November 22, 2012 6:22 am 

Daly jr

Oh look, its my name groupie…… Hows life in my shadow little one?

Posted November 22, 2012 3:24 am 


Pulev No1 hell yeah. Helenius No1 hell no. He lost to Chisora and took some old fat guy the distance and now he is No1……….no. Price is way ahead of him.

Posted November 22, 2012 2:02 am 

Daly Jr (Juanma, same tranny) likes to touch herself

Well… for a long time the K2 haters were complaining the bros dont fight no one there own size… well Wach has been and gone. Both Pulev just under 6 5″ and Helenius 6 7″ also have the size, the youth and the glossy records. And after they have been pancaked what are the haters gunna bring up then? Im sure they’l go back into the past 10-15 years into the past how they once upon a time suffered a defeat or two therefore they must be overrated. Buck Buck!

Posted November 21, 2012 11:47 pm 


When Shane, Huckster and John refer to Wlad or Wladimir in you comments, ya’ll are referring to the great Wladimir Tereshkin, right? Har har!

Posted November 21, 2012 10:44 pm 


What about the 65 year old Matt Skelton after he’s through beating up Price? Snark Snark!

Posted November 21, 2012 10:39 pm 


So future Wlad blowout victims is loaded with promise? Lol. All that “talent”…..puuuuuuleeeeeze!

Posted November 21, 2012 9:20 pm 


“So where are all the big hard heavy’s from South Africa, Australia, Canada & the USA?”
Hey, Seth Mitchell is gonna… forget about it.

Posted November 21, 2012 9:03 pm 


Povetkin was a promise like 5 years ago. He may even try a last ditch effort and duck Wlad once again. Its kinda early, but Helenius seems like damage goods right now. Fury is a hype job. Boytsov is decent on papper but not so much in the ring. Pulev is the best of the bunch, with Price as 2nd.

Posted November 21, 2012 8:23 pm 

Mick the Marmalizer

Europe & the UK are full of H/W promise. Pulev, Helenius, Price, povotkin, Gerber, Fury, Pianeta +Boytsov are all in the equation. So where are all the big hard heavy’s from South Africa, Australia, Canada & the USA?

Posted November 21, 2012 7:31 pm 


Pulev is a dangerous fighter for anyone even for Wlad and VItali.

Posted November 21, 2012 6:44 pm 


That would be great! Wlad should fight Pulev first.

Posted November 21, 2012 6:40 pm 


Gerber haha, I love how they slipped that in at the end, how about Team Sauerland offer up some serious cash to Wlad and let him fight all three in one night, he will smoke them all!

Posted November 21, 2012 6:28 pm 


Before Chisora, Helenius looked promising. Could be he is still injured or not up to his prior shape or both? He is definitely not ready after the last outing.

Posted November 21, 2012 6:15 pm 

Swedish Boxing Fan

Well Robert Helenius have fought himself there to the nr.1# rank by defeating recognised top men so he have proven himself worthy a world title shot (win is another thing). Kubrat Pulev is good but I can’t say he have fought and defeated many good ones yeath but he looks promising though.

Posted November 21, 2012 6:10 pm 


Pulev-Wlad 2013! It is about as good as it gets. Fury? Wilder? Price? Helenius? None of them are ready. They are worrying more about their zeros. Banks? Banks is going to stay clear of his student. He should fight Adamek. Pulev has put together a worthy resume with a string wins against big men. His training and who he fights definitely shows respect to the men who own the belts. He has done his homework. He has good amature pedigree. He deserves a shot. It will be a fun fight.

Posted November 21, 2012 5:10 pm 


Pulev will smoke Helenius. Not contest…no trouble….THE COBRA IS THE KING!!!

Posted November 21, 2012 4:53 pm 


Author writes, “Pulev has won every single one of his 17 fights and boasts a perfect record.”

How about, “Pulev is 17-0.” We know winning all your fights gives you a perfect record.

Posted November 21, 2012 4:07 pm 


Well lets hope povetkin does get klit first. The winner is WBA champion and we get rid of the other belts. Should only be one WBA champion not two

Posted November 21, 2012 3:58 pm 


Pulev-Wlad 2013

Posted November 21, 2012 3:17 pm 


Wladimir is unbeatable.

Posted November 21, 2012 2:55 pm 


Puglife…100% agreed.

Posted November 21, 2012 2:35 pm 


Helenius has looked like crap in his last couple fights, and definitely seems to have regressed. Pulev might have a shot at beating Povetkin but that’s about it. Both guys would be beaten into submission by either Klitschko. Nothing much to get excited about here.

Posted November 21, 2012 2:27 pm 

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