Wladimir Klitschko, 53-3 (47 KOs), has been dominating the heavyweight division since the throne was left empty by Britain’s Lennox Lewis in 2004.
Although Wladimir has been consistently jabbing away at the heavyweight competition for the last six years, the quality of the division is often questioned by many. The poor heavyweight competition has never been more evident than now.
Wladimir could be the sole occupant of the heavyweight throne for many more years to come with speculation of his brothers retirement evident.
Eddie Chambers, 35-1 (18 KOs), is the latest in a long line of heavyweight contenders given the task of opposing Wladimir Klitschko. Chambers has good speed, but it will be his toughness that keeps him in the fight.