Dismissing reports from various British news outlets, Wladimir Klitschko on Wednesday angrily denied brawling with Dereck Chisora over the weekend in an Ibiza nightclub.
“I’m shocked by media stories about an alleged brawl between myself and Chisora,” tweeted Klitschko, 37, who witnessed Chisora slap Vitali before their February 2012 bout. “I’m a pro fighter and let my fists talk only inside the ring. I don’t want to comment on Chisora’s psychological issues anymore.”
A degenerate scumbag who moonlights as a fringe contender, Chisora (17-4, 11 KOs) claimed to twice see Klitschko (60-3, 52 KOs) on the island.
“Cippriani Ibiza twice now I’ve bumped into Wladimir Klitschko he is annoying me now,” tweeted Chisora, 29, a longstanding lawbreaker who was found guilty of domestic abuse in November 2010. “I can’t say much about what happened in Ibiza but we were both there. Them brothers can never have a quiet holiday if I’ve got anything to do with it.”
Klitschko is slated to defend The Ring, WBA, IBF, WBO and IBO heavyweight belts against Russian Alexander Povetkin on October 5 at the SC Olimpiyskiy arena in Moscow.
Meanwhile, the unhinged bloke finished American Malik Scott in the sixth round to earn the WBO International Heavyweight Championship earlier this month at Wembley Arena in London.
Currently ranked fourth in the pound-for-pound rankings, Klitschko has emerged triumphant on 18 consecutive occasions since suffering a TKO at the hands of Lamon Brewster in April 2004.
Even more impressively, Hayden Panettiere’s boyfriend has now managed to safeguard his titles 14 straight times and remains a threat to Joe Louis’ longstanding record of 25 defenses.
As the third longest reigning king in heavyweight history, Klitschko truly is a prizefighter for the ages.
A gold medalist at the 1996 Olympics in Atlanta, Wladimir Klitschko represents all that is right with boxing.
The antithesis of “Dr. Steelhammer,” Dereck Chisora has serious “psychological issues” and should be forced to permanently wear a straitjacket.