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Africa is the future .Before chisora gets a shot at Wlad title dont you think he should win at leas 1 fight? Hes lost abot 5 in a row now .Delboy better hurry up and win a fight Wlad probally only has about 4 yrs before he retires

Posted February 10, 2013 2:56 am 

Africa is the Future

Del Boy would smash this guy up…once he’s dealt with Wlad!

Posted February 1, 2013 6:19 pm 


Arab guys like Saladin? hahaha get it right!!! he was a Kurd!

Posted January 31, 2013 11:08 pm 


So basically he wants browning points for coming forward and taking a beating. That’s just plain STUPID. He might as well hang them up if that’s what his claim to fame is. I came forward in a fight against the champ and got my face smashed in. How stupid is that??

Posted January 31, 2013 10:54 pm 


Klitschko groupies are played out.

Posted January 31, 2013 5:28 pm 


Backed Vitaly up and chased him around the ring ? So why was he beaten soundly in every round and his face a bloody mess ? Typical behavior of another Klitchko victom .
Before a beating , they all mouth off how they are going to beat a Klitchko and after
a beating they all come up with excuses . Really getting old !

Posted January 31, 2013 3:21 pm 


Can’t avoid punches anymore? VK sure as Hell avoided a lot of Charr’s punches… And punched him almost at will with the right hand. That was a good knockdown. A hard shot.

Posted January 31, 2013 11:13 am 


All of Charr’s energy was used when they stopped the fight and he started jumping up and down. The whole thing just cracked me up, I thought he was going to try and attack Vitali again! His face was a bloody mess too.

Posted January 30, 2013 8:52 pm 


Charr is day-dreaming.He was no match for Vitaly,and wont be one for any of the top dogs,but he is able to beat the likes of Wilder who hasnt fought a single known name up till now.I cant really understand why some people here tend to think that Wilder can stop Charr.Wilder is a protected American hype job whereas Charr has already beaten guys like Bidenko and Aurich.I doubt very much that Wilder would be able to beat someone like Bidenko,but ………………Wilder wont face anyone who is in Bidenko’s league within the next 10 years anyway.

Posted January 30, 2013 8:48 pm 

Layla Ali


Posted January 30, 2013 6:11 pm 


when are fighters gonna start fighting and stop talking nonsense

Posted January 30, 2013 5:12 pm 


Agree with Tark and Al bundy. Charr’s main acomplishment was that he kept coming forward. His punches hardly landed. A bit like Chisora but worse

Posted January 30, 2013 3:55 pm 

al bundy

yes, Charr was controlling the fight, he landed, possibly, one or two irrelevant punches, he was going forward with no punching and getting hit with every angle, he was knocked down in the 2nd, he stopped “dancing” and started to be flat footed already in 2nd…. all his slagging punches were ineffective and missed… Other than that, he was controlling the fight… he certainly deserves the rematch based on …. hmm.. I do not know. Oh.. based on his feeling that it would be better later on in the fight, especially on 90% of Klichko’s power punches would go through, when Charr was only defending himself; and when Charr was trying to start boxing Klichko, Charr was was knocked out.

Posted January 30, 2013 2:28 pm 

brick city

LOL Charr says he didnt know who Deontay was, well hell, nobody knows who Charr is maybe in his country only. i ust watched him on youtube, hmmmm average, nothing special and footwork is horrible. he sucks!!!!!

Posted January 30, 2013 1:06 pm 


Charr was knocked down, hit really hard, and completely outclassed by Vitali… It was a good stoppage because the cut was bad and bleeding into MC’s eye—and since he landed almost no good punches in the fight, and was getting soundly beaten every round anyway, it didn’t make much sense to let it continue. Charr was stepping it up but those swings were missing and he was bound to get hit with more hard shots with sent him down.

David Haye would knock Charr out.. Deontay Wilder would beat him like a drum and probably stop him.. Talk about a guy fighting dead bodies—what happened to the Charr-Chisora fight? Charr will have to step up and fight somebody sooner or later. If he fights Povetkin he has a chance to win a title—but even there he has his work cut out for him because AP is much the better boxer.. It’s just that Charr might overpower AP with those big wild swings and Povetkin wilts under pressure like he did against Huck.. So if he can avoid being cut to shreds he might clobber Povetkin in the late rounds … It’s good to see somebody talking big and actually wanting to fight people, so I’m anxious to see if he walks his talk.. I’m sure Pulev would like to fight Charr just to keep busy, while waiting for Wladimir to get serious.

Posted January 30, 2013 11:33 am 



Posted January 30, 2013 10:19 am 


you mans a bum

Posted January 30, 2013 10:18 am 


Charr made Vitali work hard, but he was losing about every round. Really don’t see how he could have won that fight

Posted January 30, 2013 9:42 am 


Did feel sorry for him. You could barely even see the cut at the end when Vitali’s arm was being raised! But I agree with chitownfightfan, can’t see Vitali wanting to fight him again as he looks to round up the old legacy. Think Charr could win a world title eventually, just not right now.

Posted January 30, 2013 8:26 am 


Stick with the Haye’s, The Mitchells’s, The Adamek’s, The Arreola’s,The Delboy’s, etc…..stay away from the Kiltschko’s until they are 60 years old.

Posted January 30, 2013 8:20 am 


To be honest Mr. Charr, the doctor stopped the fight to save YOU !! Unless you don’t recall being pummeled like a heavy bad to a bloody pulp roumnd after round ?

Posted January 30, 2013 8:18 am 

Karen Christensen

I hope he get to fight Wilder and gets knocked out. Deontay is my man.

Posted January 30, 2013 8:07 am 


He needs to forget about Vitali. Vitali doesnt NEED a fight with him, and IF/WHEN Vitali fights again, it’ll be against another legacy type fighter, just like Charr. Someone who’s GOING TO WIN a title and contend into the next generation, or someone who has/had a title, that is a consensus top 5.
So, it’s 1. Haye 2. Potvetkin 3. Fury 4. Helenius 5. Boystov

Not that Charr can’t/won’t beat those guys, but it’s just that with maximum 3 fights left in him, he can’t afford rematches that he dominated.

Posted January 30, 2013 8:03 am 


I think WIlder stops this guy. It would probably be a good start into the top 10. I think Charr is another Adilson Rodriquese. Remeber Rodriquese was in the top ten before losing to Holfield andForeman.

Posted January 30, 2013 7:48 am 

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