Saturday night’s fight in Atlantic City brings together two fighters who have somewhat different things to prove. Wladimir Klitschko is seeking to re-establish himself as a heavyweight force, and to do that he must show more stamina and chin than in his defeat to Lamon Brewster. His offensive arsenal is considerable, however, and has already brought him close to the apex of his profession as a heavyweight title claimant. Samuel Peter, on the other hand, has to demonstrate that he is worthy of the hype that has positioned him as a potential savior of the division. Can he take the big step up here? Robert Cassidy Jr. of Newsday and The Sweet Science and his father, former light heavyweight contender “Irish” Bobby Cassidy, analyze the Klitschko-Peter “crossroads” fight on this exclusive edition of “Cassidy & Cassidy.”
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