Today in Duesseldorf, Germany Wladimir Klitschko delivered a KO to American Boxer, Eddie Chambers to retain his WBO and IBF heavyweight belts.
The KO came in the 12th and final round of their boxing match. The fight was mostly all Wladimir Klitschko from the opening bell. The fight was his for the taking and he showed that when he delivered that big left hook which would have Eddie Chambers down and out when this fight ended.
Wladimir Klitschko improves his record to 53-3 while Eddie Chambers record is now 35-2. Once again showing that no matter how little times you may have lost, no matter if you are undefeated leading up to the fight, you will still not be able to stop the Klitschko brothers.
Wladimir and Vitali Klitschko are without a doubt a force to be reckoned with and do not get beat easily. These two proud Ukrainian boxers, will take you down just like that and if you think you are leaving with some belts after a battle with them, think again.
On this night Klitschko also delivered his 48th KO in 56 fights. A pretty impressive stat to carry around, don't you think?
Klitschko had delivered a big right nearing the end of the second round to Eddie Chambers which really ended any plans Eddie had of winning. He would struggle throughout the bout with Klitschko trying to limit the pain being dealt to himself.
Eddie Chambers' game plan was to get in close and try to connect inside. To say the least, it did not work out as Eddie became yet another victim of the much larger, Wladimir Klitschko.
Wladimir Klitschko had this to say:
"I have to give him credit, he was (very) fast."
"He doesn't have much punching power and his game plan was gone by Round 6."
Chambers used some wrestling moves early on in this one. In the long run, it didn't really do him any justice.
Klitschko would control this fight with a lot of good left jabs(which is kind of his trademark, I might add), round after round.
Klitschko displayed in this fight what makes him one of the most dangerous boxers out there today.
Hey David Haye, yeah the guy that ran away from the fight with Klitschko. When exactly are you planning on getting in the ring with one of these guys like you said you wanted to earlier? Just curious is all.
Klitschko admitted that he felt his timing was off in the fight.
However in the end the timing didn't matter because when Wladimir delivered that jab, Eddie Chambers was down and out as Wladimir stood tall as the winner.
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