Jeez another disasater for the Heavyweight division last night
As you saw from my earlier post, I didn't think Solis had much of a chance to begin with. Some amatuer legends never make the full transition to the pros. Hell, Jorge Luis Gonzalez showed me more. Solis' management showed me what they thought of him by letting him fight out of shape. It was Haye-Harrison all over again. Cash in on that gold medal before it's too late.
The Klits are big & hard-hitting, but more importantly they are very expericenced guys. Vitali has 44 fights, Vlad has 58. Some guy defeats one or two fringe pretenders and all of a sudden someone thinks they're ready for a title shot?
Their next fights are set to be against Tomasz Adamek (Vitali) and David Haye (Wlad). While both of them are smaller than the Klitschkos and will be major underdogs, victories are not out of the question. FACT: neither Klitchsko has ever come out on top in a WAR.
Vitali fights in a stiff, robotic fashion which could be a problem against the fast and slick Adamek. Tomasz is confidence and experienced. The first three rounds will be the key to this fight. If Adamek is on top 3-0 or 2-1, Vitali is in trouble.
Haye is also quick and skilled, but the problem for Wlad's that he's an explosive puncher. Everyone seems to have forgotten Wlad's fight with Corrie Sanders. The "Hayemakers" will land early and once again the first three round will tell the tale. Wlad gets hurt and it will either be all over or we'll be looking at a potential FOTY candidate.