Imagine prime minister Wladimir Klitschko and prime minister Vitali Klitschko. Doctor Steelhammer vs. Doctor Ironfist.
When Klitschkos both turned professional on November 16, 1996, Wladimir was seen as a better prospect by winning Olympic Gold earlier that year. The division was already stacked at the time, with their professional debut just a week after Evander Holyfield scored a shock defeat to Iron Mike Tyson. You also have the likes of Lennox Lewis and Riddick Bowe, the latter of whom are expected to rematch Andrew Golota next month.
The Klitschko brothers have a dream of holding every major world title in heavyweight boxing at the same time. That goal seems far-fetched in this particularly multi-heavy heavyweight era. But amazingly, more than 14 years after the brothers turned professional, they have fulfilled their brotherly dream of holding every version of a major heavyweight championship at the same time. It has been an incredible journey with ups and downs for each of the brothers, but amazingly they have accomplished their seemingly impossible goal.
It is truly extraordinary. Now fans may have lost something, because the world’s two biggest contenders were destined to never face each other. But watch the Klitschko era, where you have these two brothers dominating the heavyweight landscape, barely losing a round between them along the way – this is truly unique and awesome. Now that the book is officially over about the great career of both Klitschkos, we have a situation where Wladimir has had bigger achievements in his career and he is considered by many to be a superb technician, but Vitali is the one who is often considered the tougher and tougher than the two.
So who will win in the Dream Battle between prime minister Wladimir Klitschko and prime minister Vitali Klitschko?
This edition of Rummy’s Corner will try to answer that question, while also looking back at some of the great achievements of both the Klitschko Brothers, and their long and arduous road to realizing their dream while holding all the belts. heavyweight champion of his brothers. . For one man’s opinion, please watch and enjoy the video.