Nothing Unexpected In Germany-Vitali KOs The Soz

BY Michael Woods ON May 29, 2010
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Boxing is the theater of the unexpected. Except, usually, when one of the Klitschko brothers is involved.

There was nothing unexpected about the way WBC heavyweight titlist Vitali Klitschko went about his business on Saturday night in Gelsenkirchen, Germany, as he dismantled Polish challenger Albert Sosnowski, via KO10.

The Poles resume was thinner than BPs credibility, with his best win coming against faded Brit Danny Williams. Vitali (42-2; age 38)is miles ahead of anyone the 31-year-old Soz has faced and proved that from the opening bell. The loser entered with a fine physique and a punchers chance. He left with a 45-3-1 record, and a bunch of lumps on his face from the thudding jab of the Ukrainian. A rapid right sent the Pole to the mat and ref Jay Nady waved the white flag for the Soz.

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