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Sanders dropped Klitschko twice in the opening round and scored two more knockdowns in the second round before the bout was stopped by the official.
The fight was named The Ring magazine Upset of the Year for After winning two minor bouts in Germany and enlisting the services of legendary boxing trainer Emanuel Steward , Klitschko again fought for the vacant WBO title on 10 April , in Las Vegas , against Lamon Brewster.
Klitschko dominated Brewster through the course of the first four rounds, sending him to the canvas in the fourth;  however, things turned around in the fifth when Klitschko began tiring and Brewster's punches began backing him up.
Not defending himself and leaning into ropes for support, Klitschko took a standing eight count. On unsteady legs, Klitschko fell to the canvas after the bell and the referee stopped the fight for his safety.
Shortly after the fight Klitschko was rushed into hospital. The examination showed Klitschko's blood sugar level almost two times higher than the permissible norm.
According to members of Klitschko's team, the doctor told them that Klitschko had been "inches away" from falling into diabetic coma , and that with blood sugar level that high, Klitschko would've been incapable of handling a single proper training session.
The examination showed no signs of anabolic steroids in his blood, but Katlin suggested that Klitschko could have been poisoned with Haloperidol.
The drug has no taste or smell and causes mental disorders, which are accompanied by impaired coordination, a weakening reaction and overall physical weakness.
Robert Wow for further research, but the A sample had already been disposed of, while the B sample, which was supposed to be stored for years, disappeared.
Her initial diagnosis of a Grade 3 concussion was confirmed at the hospital after further tests. Goodman was skeptical of the theory that Klitschko had been drugged.
As a result of the circumstances that surrounded the fight, FBI started an investigation. These people had badges , but weren't members of Wladimir's team.
After the fight, Wladimir's cutman Joe Souza was fired. During the fight, Souza used vaseline on Wladimir's face but also body, which had never been done in any of Klitschko's previous fights.
As a replacement, the team hired Jacob "Stitch" Duran. Following his loss to Brewster, Klitschko began his journey back towards the top of the heavyweight division.
First, he faced hard-hitting DaVarryl Williamson. Due to the cut, the fight was prematurely stopped, with Klitschko being declared the winner by technical decision.
Two of the judges scored the fight identically 49—46 in favor of Klitschko, while the third judge had Williamson winning 48— Coming into the bout, Klitschko was viewed by many as the underdog  against the 7-to-5 favorite Peter who had won all of his 24 fights, with 21 of them having ended inside the distance.
At the time, Samuel Peter was considered one of the brightest prospects in the heavyweight division. Wladimir, however, insisted on fighting Peter, claiming that beating a feared, hard-hitting fighter like Samuel Peter would help him to regain his stock and become mandatory challenger for two heavyweight belts.
The first four rounds were tentative, with Klitschko working behind the jab, not allowing Peter to close the distance. At the end of the third, Peter staggered Klitschko with a powerful left hook.
He hurt Klitschko again in the fifth with another left hook, sending Klitschko to the canvas with the rabbit punch.
The referee counted it as the knockdown. Peter immediately went for the attack after Klitschko got up, dropping him again with the rabbit punch.
The referee scored it as the second knockdown. In the 11th and 12th rounds, Klitschko was trying to keep Peter at the distance using straight punches.
Peter caught him with a left hook in the last round, but was unable to capitalize on it. Instead, Klitschko caught him with a hard counter left hook of his own, staggering Peter for the first time in the fight.
All the judges scored the bout identically — At the time of the bout, Byrd was ranked as the best heavyweight by The Ring , while Klitschko was ranked eighth.
Many observers expected Klitschko to dominate Byrd similarly to their first bout. April 22nd, may be one of the most momentous dates in the history of boxing.
If that result occurs, it may mark the dawning of a new era in boxing. Three of the four major titlists will be from Eastern Europe.
Like the flood waters of Hurricane Katrina that swept away much of New Orleans, a rising tidal wave of Eastern European fighters threatens to sweep away American supremacy in the heavyweight division, putting an end to an era that began with the reign of John L.
Sullivan — years ago. Klitschko defeated Byrd by TKO in the seventh round, becoming a two-time heavyweight world champion in the process.
Klitschko dominated the fight using his jab and superior reach, knocking Byrd down twice, once in round five and once in round seven.
Byrd beat the count after the second knockdown, but his face was battered and bloody, and the fight was waved off. He made his first title defence on 11 November , defeating then-undefeated heavyweight contender Calvin Brock.
The fight took place at Madison Square Garden. Klitschko started fighting more aggressively, hurting Brock several times with the right cross.
In the fifth round, Brock opened a cut under Klitschko's left eye that started bleeding heavily in the sixth.
In the seventh round, Wladimir caught Brock with a counter right hand before sending him to the canvas with another straight right. Klitschko did not throw a single right hand in that fight.
Klitschko then avenged one of his previous losses as he defeated Lamon Brewster on 7 July , in Cologne, Germany. Brewster's corner asked the referee to stop the fight at the end of the sixth round.
It was later revealed that Klitschko fought most of the fight with a broken middle finger on his left hand. By the end of October , Wladimir Klitschko started negotiations with then-WBO world heavyweight champion Sultan Ibragimov about the unification showdown in the near future.
In the pre-fight prediction, a vast majority of Ukrainian, Russian and American observers expected Klitschko to win by either stoppage or unanimous decision.
Out of six journalists of the Ukrainian magazine Ring , five predicted Klitschko to stop Ibragimov, with only one expecting Klitschko to win by decision.
The remaining two experts predicted Ibragimov to win by decision. The remaining two picked Ibragimov to win by stoppage.
His amateur career can be described as fantastic, and the fact that he's the heavyweight champion of the world speaks volumes about his professional career as well.
I think he's a strong and dangerous opponent that should not be underestimated. His last two fights against Shannon Briggs and Evander Holyfield proved that.
Grinberg later apologized to Klitschko. From the opening bell, both fighters fought tentatively, avoiding risks.
Klitschko retreated onto the outside , fighting at a distance and remaining unattainable for Ibragimov who tried to establish his right jab but had his right hand constantly pushed down by Klitschko.
By the end of the opening round, Klitschko became more active with his jab, while Ibragimov unsuccessfully tried to catch Wladimir with a series of right and left hooks.
By the third round, Klitschko took control of the center of the ring, keeping Ibragimov at the end of his left jab and occasionally throwing right jabs as well.
Most of Ibragimov's attempts to close the distance ended with Klitschko tying him up. In the second half of the fight, the situation did not change, with Klitschko keeping Ibragimov at the distance with straight shots, while Ibragimov was only able to occasionally catch Klitschko with single shots to the body.
Ibragimov's corner was almost silent from the sixth round onwards, unable to give their man any meaningful advice.
He caught Ibragimov again with a counter left hook in the at the end of the eleventh. The twelfth round saw Ibragimov unsuccessfully trying to catch Klitschko with overhand shots.
Ultimately, the fight went the distance, with Klitschko being declared the winner by unanimous decision. The judges scored the bout —, — and — Basically, Klitschko's team prepared Wladimir to keep the fight away from tight quarters.
And when the opponent doesn't want to fight aggressively and has a big advantage in height and reach, his job is a lot easier.
In the middle of the fight I realized that I had already lost. The fight was heavily criticized by observers and prominent boxing public figures.
Santos also noted that such cautious, safety-first style was not going to help Klitschko to increase his popularity in the United States.
There's no denying that once Klitschko collects all the belts, he will go down as one of the all-time greats. Yes, he fights cautiously and isn't willing to exchange shots, but who told us that greatness in boxing is measured with the number of knockdowns?
Why the boxer that is able to not get hit with a hard shot over the course of twelve rounds is less great than the champions from the past that sacrificed their health for the sake of success?
The fight took place at the Color Line Arena in Hamburg, Germany , the same venue where Thompson had defeated then-highly regarded German boxer Luan Krasniqi in a WBO world heavyweight title eliminator almost a year prior.
The opening rounds were tentative, with Klitschko seemingly struggling with Thompson's awkward southpaw style.
All three judges gave the first round to Thompson. After the seventh round, both fighter started showing signs of fatigue.
It appeared as if Thompson fell down mostly due to being tired rather than being pushed by Klitschko. Thompson beat the count but was unsteady on his feet, prompting the referee to stop the fight.
In the post-fight interview, Klitschko admitted that the fight turned out to be tougher than expected: "It is not so easy to defend all the titles and it has been a while since I last had a black eye so today I really look like a boxer.
I did not expect the victory to come that hard. The only thing that hurts on me is my heart — for losing. The experience is what helped Wladimir to come back with the second wind and find an opportunity to secure the stoppage win.
He has got the perfect style for me. I don't want him to have any more fights before me as I don't want someone else to do what I will do against him.
Klitschko was scheduled to defend his titles against Alexander Povetkin later in ,  but on 25 October, Povetkin withdrew from the fight due to an ankle injury.
He dominated the fight, winning every round while making good use of his left jab. Rahman seemed unable to withstand the Klitschko's punch power.
In the sixth round, Klitschko knocked Rahman down with a series of left hooks, leaving Rahman visibly disoriented. Between the sixth and seventh rounds, the referee warned Rahman he's going to stop the fight if Rahman continues absorbing punishment without firing back.
Klitschko was scheduled to face David Haye on 20 June , but Haye pulled out within weeks of the fight complaining of a back injury.
Ultimately, Klitschko reached agreements with Chagaev who agreed to step in for Haye as a last-minute replacement Valuev's team wanted the fight to be postponed until autumn of that year.
In terms of technique, both fighters were described as of equal level. The fight took place at Veltins Arena in Gelsenkirchen , with over 61, fans having attended the fight, the largest audience for a boxing fight in Germany since , when Max Schmeling knocked out Adolf Heuser in front of 70, people in Stuttgart.
Klitschko dropped Chagaev near the end of the second round, and was gradually fighting more aggressively as the fight progressed.
Chagaev's trainer Michael Timm did not allow Chagaev to come out for the tenth round, prompting the referee to wave the bout off, declaring Klitschko the winner by corner retirement RTD.
On 9 December , Klitschko's management group, K2 Promotions, confirmed that a bout with Eddie Chambers had been agreed to take place in Germany on 20 March This mandatory title defense, originally scheduled for December , had to be delayed due to a hand injury that Klitschko sustained in training that required surgery.
The bout turned-out to be one-sided, with the champion winning rounds keeping Chambers at the end of his jab and occasionally throwing straight right hands.
The punch made Chambers fall forwards and lose consciousness for an extended period of time. The referee immediately stepped in and called an end to the contest.
Following the match with Chambers, a unification fight between Klitschko and David Haye, who, as of May , had held the WBA title, appeared to be in the offing.
Klitschko called out the Briton on YouTube in April , stating, "I want to send this message to boxing fans and directly to David Haye.
David, you've bitched out on fighting both Klitschko brothers twice already and now's the time to make it happen. On behalf of the boxing fans around the world, I am officially calling you out to fight me.
You can't run away from me forever and you need to follow through with this fight if you want to be respected.
I'm ready. What're you waiting for? Haye's trainer, Adam Booth, indicated that Haye would be willing to accept the challenge.
A few days before the deadline, Haye said he was interested in fighting the older Klitschko, Vitali, rather than Wladimir. On 17 May , the day period of negotiation began for Klitschko to defend his championship against Povetkin.
The bout between Klitschko and Povetkin was initially tentatively scheduled to take place in Frankfurt , Germany, on 11 September Fury said that unlike Klitschko's previous opponents, he genuinely believed he could beat him.
Despite previously telling Klitschko he was going to knock him out, Fury revealed that unlike David Haye in his opinion he wasn't looking for that one punch and wasn't going to make the same mistake, and told Klitschko to expect something new.
Also, unlike Haye, Fury shook Klitschko's hand when it was offered. Fury had also said to Klitschko that all he wanted him to do was "turn up and fight", to which Klitschko replied "I will, I'm looking forward to it" but Fury still believed that he may pull out.
Ironically, within a couple of days Klitschko did pull out with a calf injury, and the fight on 24 October was cancelled and rescheduled for 28 November.
However, the Fury camp were not happy with the gloves the Klitschko camp had chosen, and threatened to pull out of the fight if it was not sorted out.
An inspection of the ring also ended with layers of padding foam being removed from under the canvas. On fight night, a capacity crowd of 55, filled the Esprit Arena in Düsseldorf.
From the off, Fury kept constantly on the move boxing off the back foot and throwing many feints, beating Klitschko to the punch from range whilst not letting Klitschko set his feet to land his own shots.
Klitschko himself was used to beating fighters that were usually smaller than himself from range and then clinching them on the inside. However, Klitschko was unable to adjust his style and continued to clinch Fury on the inside whilst Fury still attempted to punch, this meant that Fury was outpunching and outlanding Klitschko in all areas.
Despite the fact that it was usually Klitschko on the offensive coming towards him, Fury made himself difficult to be hit with his head and body movement, also switching to a southpaw stance at times to confuse Klitschko.
Due to both fighters style and defensive skill, there were very few punch combinations landed during the fight, when one punch was landed the next punches were nearly always evaded or missed.
Some of the rounds were close but were decisive in Fury's favor due to his ring generalship and being more active than Klitschko who appeared flustered, this gave Fury what was more or less an insurmountable lead going into the later rounds.
From the start Fury's tactics appeared to be to try and nullify Klitschko and make him feel uncomfortable, even putting both his hands behind his back several times during the fight.
As a result of this, Klitschko was noticeably gun shy during the fight, particularly with his right hand, seemingly wary of being countered.
Fury landed the best punch of the fight in the ninth round, after the pair had been holding Klitschko turned his back momentarily and when he turned to face Fury again he was caught with a left hook to the face, with Klitschko just managing to avoid some follow up punches.
In the eleventh round, Fury landed another two big left hooks and Klitschko appeared to be hurt before referee Tony Weeks docked a point for a third punch that was behind the head having already warned Fury for rabbit punching, although again it was partly Klitschko's fault for turning his back as he had done several times throughout the fight, this meant the round was scored even instead of in Fury's favour.
In the twelfth and final round Klitschko finally appeared to throw caution to the wind to land some punches of his own, but Fury did the same and traded punches with him and although most scored the final round for Klitschko, when the bell sounded most people felt that Fury had done more than enough.
Two judges scored the bout —, while the other scored it —, all in favour of Fury which meant that he won by unanimous decision and became the new unified heavyweight champion.
This put paid to any fears that there could be a controversial, disputed or an unfair decision. After the fight Fury apologised to Klitschko for some of his behaviour in the buildup, stating that he just wanted to be confident.
In the post-fight press conference, Klitschko was asked whether his right hand was injured as he hadn't thrown it very often but he replied, "no it wasn't injured, but my right hand is supposed to land after my left, and I couldn't find the right distance to land the shots that I wanted.
He then said "tonight was my night and God gave me the victory, so I hope to have many more defences of these titles.
And if I could just say one thing, if I could be half as good a champion as Wladimir Klitschko, I'd be very very happy. Viewing figures on HBO reached 1.
In December, Klitschko exercised his rematch clause,   albeit without the IBF title at stake.