Who is Wladimir Klitschko?
Wladimir Klitschko is a former Ukrainian professional boxer. He is a powerful player who is considered one of the best heavyweight champions to date.
|Full Name||Vladimir Vladimirovitsch Klitschko|
|Birth Date||March 25, 1976|
|Birth Place||Semipalatinsk, Kazakh SSR, Soviet Union|
|Father||Vladimir Rodionovic Klitschko|
|Brother||Vitali KlitschkoVitali Klitschko|
Wladimir was born on the 25th of March, 1976 in Semipalatinsk, Kazakh SSR, Soviet Union. He is the son of Vladimir Rodionovic Klitschko and Nadezhda Ulyanovna. His father was a Soviet Air Force major general in Germany. Furthermore, he has an older brother named Vitali Klitschko, who used to be a heavyweight champion and is now a Mayor of Kyiv. Wladimir is in an on-and-off relationship with Hayden Panettiere, an American actress. The couple has one daughter together.
The Career of Wladimir Klitschko
Wladimir played a total of 69 matches, where he won 64 matches and lost 5 matches. His first match was against Fabian Meza, which he won by KO. He then won various matches by TKO against Exum Speight, Bill Corrigan, and Troy Weida respectively. Wladimir then won against Carlos Monroe by disqualification. His sixth match was against Mark Young, where he won by Corner Retirement. Furthermore, he won matches by KO against Mark Wills, Paul Ashley, and Salvador Maciel. Wladimir’s tenth match was against Gilberto Williamson, where he won by TKO. He then won against Biko Botowamungu and James Pritchard by disqualification and TKO respectively. He then won a match against Marcos Gonzalez by KO.
Wladimir won his fifteenth match by TKO against Ladislav Husarik. He then again won against Derrick Lampkins. Wladimir won by KO against Marcus Mclntyre, Cody Koch, and Najee Shahee respectively. He then won against Everett Martin by UD. Wladimir then won against Carlos Monroe by TKO. Furthermore, his next match was against Steve Pannell, where he won by KO. He then won against Eli Dixon and Donnell Wingfield respectively by KO.
His twenty-fifth match was against Ross Purity, which was his first loss by TKO.
Wladimir then won another match by KO against Zoran Vujicic. He then won matches by TKO against Everett Martin and Tony LaRosa respectively. He won another match against Joseph Chingangu by Corner Retirement. Furthermore, Wladimir went on to win matches against Axel Schulz, Phil Jackson, and Lajos Eros by TKO, KO, and KO respectively. He won another match against Paea Wolfgramm by KO. He then won the match against David Bostic, Monte Barrett, Derrick Jefferson, Charles Shufford, Francois Botha, Ray Mercer, and Corrie Sanders respectively by TKO. His forty-third match was against Fabio Eduardo Moli by KO. Wladimir then won a match against Danell Nicholson by TKO.
Wladimir lost a match against Lamon Brewster by TKO.
He then won a match against Darryl Williamson by Technical Decision. Furthermore, he then won matches against Eliseo Castillo, Chris Byrd, Calvin Brock respectively. He then won another match against Lamon Brewster by Corner Retirement. Wladimir then won matches against Sultan Ibragimov, Tony Thompson, Hasim Rahman, and Ruslan Chagaev by UD, KO, TKO, and Corner Retirement. Furthermore, Wladimir then won a match against Eddie Chambers and Samuel Peter by KO. He then went on to win matches against David Haye, Jean-Marc Mormeck, Tony Thompson, Mariusz Wach, and Francesco Pianeta by UD, KO, TKO, UD, TKO respectively.
Wladimir then won matches against Alexander Povetkin, Alex Leapai, Kubrat Pulev, Bryant Jennings by UD, TKO, KO, and UD respectively. Furthermore, he then lost his last two matches against Tyson Fury and Anthony Joshua by UD and TKO respectively. Klitschko announced his retirement on the 3rd of August, 2017 on his official website. He ended his career with a record of most wins in heavyweight titles.