Ex-world champion on Boxing heavyweight champion Vladimir Klitschko will fight in next combat, which was scheduled for December 10. Ukrainian injured his leg in training and won’t fight until March or April, reports ESPN with reference to his Manager Bernd Boente.
Klitschko appeared in the ring for 11 months after in November of last year in düsseldorf lost his championship belt to Briton Tyson fury. The fight heavyweights was originally scheduled to be held on 9 July, then it was moved on 29 October and then canceled altogether due to the British problem.
Vladimir was planning again to please their fans on December 10. On this day he intended to fight either in Manchester with IBF champion Briton Anthony Joshua or Australian Lucas Browne in Hamburg for the WBA and IBO titles. It was also reported that the Klitschko’s opponent could be Russian Alexander Ustinov.
According to media reports, the team Klitschko is in talks with Joshua about the conduct of the battle in the spring of 2017. Meanwhile, the British urgently looking for a new opponent for December 10.