Vitali Klitschko, 44-2, 40 KO’s, had a tough fight with Dereck Chisora, 15-3, 9 KO’s, winning on the cards by scores of 118-110 (twice) and 119-111. RSR had it 115-113 for Vitali, but in Germany, the challenger will never get a fair shake. Vitali won, but the scorecards were rather ridiculous.
Dan Rafael needs to be fired from EPIX. His commentary and Klitschko nuthugging was about as disgusting as it gets. Perhaps they offered him a German cupcake deal to push so hard in his commentary.
Chisora backed up what he said, and actually had the audacity to spit water in the face of Wladimir Klitschko. Chisora was aggressive from the jump and pushed Vitali hard. He had a hard time reaching him, but he did land some punches and the champion was exhausted at the end of the fight.
Vitali landed a lot of right hands, but it did not discourage Del Boy. Imagine what a prime Mike Tyson would have done to Vitali. The key to beat him is aggression. Del Boy is tough and aggressive, but he is not a top quality fighter. This should be the ray of hope for all the other heavyweights out there that are lining up to face Vitali.
The next up for Vitali may be David Haye. Don’t expect him to employ Chisora’s strategy. He will most likely run again. Let’s hope that we get an aggressor in there. We know what happens when the opponents run or stay on the outside against Vitali.