Wladimir Klitschko KOs Jean-Marc Mormeck in Easy Win

Mick AkersAnalyst IMarch 3, 2012

HAMBURG, GERMANY - JULY 01:  Wladimir Klitschko during the weigh in for his upcoming heavy weight title fight with David Haye at Karstadt Sports shopping centre on July 1, 2011 in Hamburg, Germany.  (Photo by Scott Heavey/Getty Images)
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In a fight where Wladimir Klitschko dominated each and every round, Klitschko eventually ended the fight with a easy knockout over a very over matched Jean-Marc Mormeck in Round 4 of their heavyweight title fight in Germany.

Mormeck didn't seem to really try to do much damage at all in the fight.  He only landed three-out-of-the-19 punches he threw in the bout and gave one of the most pathetic showings in the ring I have ever seen.

Klitschko (57-3, 50 KOs) showed that he really has no competition in the ring besides his brother Vitali Klitschko, but they have already vowed to their mom to never fight each other. So barring a gigantic upset, we will never see a Klitschko brother lose as long as they continue to fight.

Mormeck (36-5, 22 KOs) had a 15-month layoff since his last fight, a lackluster showing against Timur Ibragimov, and showed definite signs of ring rust as he barley threw enough punches to show he was even breathing.

With the Klitschko brothers beating almost every top fighter under them, it will be a tough task to land a fight that will offer promise for a competitive fight going forward.

The two best contenders for the brothers are David Haye and Dereck Chisora. Even though both the fighters lost to the Klitschko brothers already, the controversy that has followed both of the fights would draw the public attention more than any other bout for the two heavyweight title holders.

The heavyweight division will continue to be dominated by the Klitschko brothers, as we will never see David slay Goliath as long as Goliath is either Wladimir or Vitali in the ring.