Originally Posted by Pasha K
Any word on who is going to be his next challenger?
Maybe Povetkin is a good option. And it is not that I am great fan of boxing so I do not know who are the big names now, but both Klitchkos beat very easily all of their opponents. The fights are not even competitive.
Povetkin has been ducking Wlad for awhile though he seems to be warming up to the idea of fighting him. I don't think it'll be remotely competitive. Cruisweight champ Huck is calling out Wlad too...but again, as good as he is, not much of a challenge to Klitschko.
The real interesting thing to keep an eye on is if Vitali retires to pursue his political career. Then you'll see Wlad try to win all the belts (wayyyy too many of them in existence, but that's another topic) and become undisputed champion...if Povetkin agrees to a fight.
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