Saturday, February 23, 2008

Klitschko - Ibragimov Prediction

Both heavyweights are part of a club of fighters from former eastern bloc countries who remain overlooked and underrated because of the ongoing bias against their non-American origin. Make no mistake, both can fight and have amateur and professional credentials that rival their American title-holding predecessors from almost any generation. 

Of course that is an argument for another day. This fight comes down to physical differences that are too vast to ignore. Klitschko's long jab and thunderous right hand provide a combination that the southpaw Ibragimov will not be able to overcome. There is almost no difference in speed or skill. Power tilts considerably to Klitschko.

This will be evidence of the age-old adage of a good big man always beating a good little man. Klitschko is clearly the good big man. 

Klitschko by 10th round KO.

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