Klitschko bezeichnet: Klitschko (Film), deutscher Dokumentarfilm (); ( ) Klitschko, Asteroid des Hauptgürtels. Klitschko bzw. Klytschko ist der. Die Statistik zeigt die Anzahl der Kämpfe des Boxers Wladimir Klitschko während seiner Profikarriere von bis Am 3. August erklärte Klitschko. Juli Die Planung des Interviews hat Monate gedauert – Wladimir Klitschko reist immer wieder zu Terminen um die Welt, seine Zeit ist kostbar.
No i dont have a word press blog, i just wont use that link. Look dude, your not exactly doing your self any favours with you stat rules… We know wladimir is a big heavyweight..
We know wladimir fights at 12 longer ko friendly rounds…so you chop off the oldies 15rd kos.. Also not sure about you rules on when fighters fight the same fighter more than once..
The ancient boxers did. No, that way you would ignite a yearlong debate whether Mike Tyson should be considered a bum. Therefore you need to adhere to a strict definition.
Also i have just checked other fights that you dont allow.. There is certainly a lot of lee way that you have created that MIGHT sway fine margins one way or another….
This along with the rematch dodgyness.. Wlad is a great fighter, regardless of you making tables that are biased to show him come on top, he would have very good stats anyway, either way it is all completely subjective and no tables can compare eras for all sorts of variables that cannot be accounted for with stats..
Im sorry dude it is quite obvious that you are a wlad fan, and it is quite obvious that you, whilst probably not gave false imformation, at least biased the stats to favour wlad in many scenarios.
That is a shame because fans have been crying out for a proper non biased statistical site, it seems theres always a catch.. Brits usually get on with germans….
What in the world? This is not female boxing. Louis boxed 3 minute rounds as did Ali. And very marginally so.
One including overlate KOs and one excluding. This is by the way my preferred method of comparing the KO power, since it unites both features: Look, if in the future all fights would be 10 rounds then yes, for KOratio comparisons I would delete KOs in rounds 11 or 12 off the record.
That is my whole point of having "Rounds per KO". Because that statistic does not delete KOs off the record.
Wlad Klitschko vs heavier-than-self opponents: I will gladly run them, as long as they are objective and not subjective like "ring presence" or "foot speed".
There is no difference between me and boxrec. THEY will always skew their stats to have Ali at 1. Im not saying that wlad isnt a great fighter, he is, its just that you are not non biased, your articles are all based around him..
No im not saying include NC fights.. I appologise for the round time, i just checked and it was 3 min 15 RD.
The chopping off the end rounds is still blatently unfair tho it is known that it is very hard to knock opponent out the later the fight goes on..
Thats why stats like this are very interesting, but make true comparisons on who would win or who is the greatest impossible to compare..
Im not bothered whether wlad does well in stats against boxer x or y, i knew that anyway he has lots of fights and lots of kos. Anyway ive said enough already what i want to say, i have learned some stuff though, like earnie shavers lacks ko technique not power against larger opponents That wlad has a decent record against same weight not size opponents as well as a top ko ratio.
That supisingly mike tyson comes out higher thn i expected him to in your ko stats.. But in the end it is interesting but proves that you cant rreally compre eras.
I wont be commenting anymore. I do it throughout the blog. But this whole thing seems like a massive, time consuming attempt to make Klitschko the highest on the list.
Albeit your logics cannot be argued with, you come off as a ranting Wlad fan that is annoyed that everyone hates him.
There are far to many variables in one fight alone to ever manage to work this out. Unless you take every boxer that has ever existed and put them in their prime and measure their punch power using the right equipment.
This is the only way. Punch power, in prime, you cannot argue that Tyson would top that. Besides this is dedicated to something which is absolutely pointless.
Go search for a list with as much effort as this one based on speed, stamina and ability to use reach your 3 suggestions. Go and find a list that has half as much effort put into it dedicated to speed, stamina or reach.
I never saw "speed" on the score cards. Additionally there are no "speed divisions", "reach divisions" nor "stamina divisions". There are weight divisions because weight predicts most reliably the KO probability, thus weight divisions approximate "KO divisions".
Hence, stamina lists are useless, as are speed lists. KOperformance lists on the other hand are highly valuable. I believe he has worked his stats as much as he can to portray Wlad as best as he possibly can without providing false information.
He is as much a one-eyed fan as the one-eyed Ali fans he combats against with this site. When he must defend against valid arguments though he will use his stats any way possible to skew them in his favour.
But I too have wondered whether you doctor the stats with your rules to nudge Wladimir on top of lots of the tables.
I mean Wlad is one of the greatest there can be no doubt about that. But h2h performance wise Vitali and Lennox Lewis are right along side.
I mean they are approx. He could have been able to generate greater rotational power than his tall competitiors who would have a more difficult balance and ungainly leverage to overcome.
Of course he must be able to get in and spend a lot of time inside to be able to exercise this power and pull off a KO win! But then Tommo you have to admit that good old George had pretty damn good chin because he took some bombs from Tommy: Anyway I still think that George, Lewis, Wladimir are three comparable punchers probably the hardest.
But I would be surprised not to find Morrison at or very near the top of this stat. Oh no doubt George had a great chin, along with his punch power it was necessary to possess one in order to fight contenders as he did at his age.
Even in his prime his match with Ron Lyle was also testament to the fact he could take a punch and 1 KO loss in entire career, undeniably gas related, proved he could give and take.
Morrison on the other hand only liked to dish out the punishment not being on the receiving end. They are both great punchers who do not like to be hit too often.
Vitali is not much different. That is why I prefer other boxers. Even Haye was more active in fight with Chisora not as careful as Vitali.
That was one of the best fights of the 70s. Actually I first cheer for Mercer that he just turned the fight like that but than I felt sorry for Tommy he was truly punished especially because re.
When I watched that match last time my father was listening to music. Again thank you for good talk Tommo. But tell me where the hell is admin?
Maybe he is working on article you mentioned above: Wlad is not only better boxer than Muhammad. He is better lover.
The Corrie Sanders knock out was quite amusing lol: I like the analogy someone else used on here saying he looked "startled like a deer in the headlights" lol gotta laugh!!
Let me tell you that they will retire with their brains intact, like Lennox before them. Wladimir most of all because apart from his upsets of his reluctance to engage in bloody battles.
If I could conquer the heavyweight division in world professional boxing without exposing myself to cruel punishment I would as well.
Leapai fight to take place in Germany on 26 April. You were challenging, you were bold. You had great desire to become a champion.
Not many of my opponents have that type of attitude, that type of heart. The 10 punches landed were made up of 6 jabs and 4 power punches.
The IBF finally ordered Klitschko vs. Kubrat Pulev on 8 May and given 30 days negotiation period. The IBF accepted the request. A new date of 15 November was set.
Despite making a spirited effort, Pulev suffered three knockdowns en route to being knocked out in round five by a devastating left hook.
The time of stoppage was recorded as 2: In the post-fight, Pulev said, "Wladimir is a really good opponent, but he was lucky. I want a rematch". Klitschko praised Pulev, calling him a tough competitor.
This was made up of 10 jabs and 15 power shots landed. Jennings was confirmed and to take place on 25 April at Madison Square Garden.
The Barclays Center in Brooklyn was originally chosen to stage the fight, but no reason was given for the change of venue.
On 25 September , Klitschko postponed the fight, citing a calf injury. It was rescheduled for 28 November Klitschko reportedly had his hands wrapped without a representative of Fury, so had to do them again.
Klitschko and Fury showed little offence during the 12 rounds, but Fury did enough to take the decision. In the post-fight interview, an emotional Fury said, "This is a dream come true.
We worked so hard for this. It just means so much to me to come here and get the decision. And thanks very much for having me.
It was all fun and games during the buildup. He said, "Tyson was the faster and better man tonight. I felt quite comfortable in the first six rounds, but I was astonished that Tyson was so fast in the second half as well.
Klitschko was entitled to a rematch with Fury as part of the contract for their first fight. On Thursday 7 July, Fury announced via his Twitter account that the rescheduled fight would take place on 29 October at Manchester Arena.
On 23 September, Fury again postponed the fight after being declared "medically unfit",  before eventually vacating the WBA "Super", WBO and IBO titles, citing problems with depression after testing positive for cocaine.
Days after the Fury rematch was called off, Klitschko was approached by Eddie Hearn , promoter of IBF champion Anthony Joshua , to fight on the 28 November date they had set for a second defence.
Klitschko then turned his attention to fighting Browne instead on 10 December, a date his team had an arena set for in Germany.
Talks between the Klitschko camp and Hearn remained active with a fight set for the first part of Because of this clashing with the WBA enforcing their mandatory, it was believed that either Joshua or Klitschko would have to vacate a title.
He put a request in for 5, more tickets to be made available. Joshua came in heavier at pounds. In front of a post-war record crowd of 90, in attendance, Joshua won by TKO in a high-drama war that saw both men giving their all.
They fought a close and cautious first four rounds. In the fifth, Joshua came out roaring and barraged Klitschko to the canvas.
An angry Klitschko rose up and dominated Joshua for the remainder of the round, before landing a clean right hand and scoring his own knockdown in round 6.
Joshua then put together a few small but powerful combinations which sent his opponent to the canvas. Klitschko again rose but Joshua knocked him down for a second time in the round by unleashing a devastating combination of 7 punches flooring Klitschko with his deadly left hook.
Moments later Joshua tried to end the fight by swinging a few right hooks and managed to back Klitschko in to the ropes where he again sent a barrage of punches with no reply.
The referee then concluded that Klitschko had taken enough punishment and stopped the fight. I wish I could have raised my hands, but congrats to him.
He got up, he fought back, and he won the titles. Big respect to Wladimir for challenging the young lions of the division.
The fight averaged , viewers on Showtime in the United States. It was shown live and the fight began around 5 p.
Bryant Jennings born September 25, is an American professional boxer. He has challenged once for the unified world heavyweight titles in , and the WBA interim heavyweight title in the same year.
Jennings holds notable wins over former world champion Siarhei Liakhovich , as well as former world title contenders Mike Perez and Artur Szpilka.
Jennings was born in Philadelphia , Pennsylvania. At Benjamin Franklin High School , Jennings played football , basketball and ran the meters and participated in the shot-put.
The father of son Mason, Jennings played basketball at North Philadelphia rec centers for years before he decided to start boxing at the age of Jennings had an amateur record of He reached the finals of the National Golden Gloves tournament, losing by decision to veteran Lenroy Thompson.
Jennings made his professional debut on the 26th February, He beat Zeferino Albino by unanimous decision over 4 rounds.
He went on the knock out Jon Bolden in 3 rounds and then rematched Albino on the 30th April, this time he knocked Albino in the first round.
He went on to beat Bernell Stewart and Randy Smith in Jennings first fight of was on the 26th February. He beat Theron Johnson by unanimous decision.
He next fought David Williams, who he knocked out in two rounds. On the 4th June he beat Mike Miller by unanimous decision.
On the 23rd July he rematched Theron Johnson, again beating him by unanimous decision. Jennings fought twice more in , beating Alexis Mejias and Kevin Franklin.
Jennings won the bout by unanimous decision to claim the Pennsylvania State heavyweight title. He won the fight after Liakhovich retired at the end of round nine.