Klitschko Vs Briggs

October 16, 2010 by staff 

Klitschko Vs Briggs, Saturday night when Shannon Briggs (05/01/1951, 45 KOs), heavyweight champion Vitali Klitschko WBC da (40-2, 38 KOs), the whipping of his life and leaves it clean in the struggle October 16 at the O2 World Arena in Hamburg, Germany.

Vitali is old, slow, and faces a kicker much faster and larger in Briggs. What it boils down to Vitali finally confronts someone about the same size as him, and that means it will not be able to take their typical tricks which extends his arms and kept their opponents at a distance if you were fighting with a long stick to them away when they approach.

Briggs arms are as long as Vitali, but Briggs has a much better hand speed and power. Vitali is like an old car with a lot of mileage in front of him a young man with a powerful engine Porche and a speedometer that reads up to 200 MPH. Briggs will fire large bursts Vitali aging, and test the chin of the second well the struggle begins.

Vitali often showed a great chin in the past, but was in control in which only succeeds as a dozen times throughout the fight. Briggs Vitali is going to hit much more than that, and he will be really testing the Ukrainian chin.

Either weak skin Klitschko destroys Briggs solid power shots, or chin finally betray after all these years. The old and Vitali loses its ability to make big shots in the head. That’s not good for Vitali, because Briggs can really pop with both hands.

Briggs is a big favorite in this fight, but that’s because so-called experts that has made him a favorite not have a clue. Briggs is going to prove these people wrong for slapping Klitschko all with ease and making him look like a child high in the playground.

I just hope Vitali does not quit on his stool between rounds. I want this fight to go until the referee to stop or until Vitali is cold outside one of the greatest power shots Briggs.

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