Klitschko: I want a rematch

By Editor   |   29 November 2015   |   11:44 pm  
Photo: ukexpress

Photo: ukexpress

Fury. Photo; bleacherreport

Fury. Photo; bleacherreport

WLADIMIR Klitschko has insisted that he wants a rematch after losing his world heavyweight championship to Tyson Fury.

Klitschko confirmed after the fight that a rematch clause existed, and he planned on exercising his right to a second bout.

“There will be a rematch,” he said. “It is still early and I have to process things, but there will definitely be a rematch.

“I was well prepared for this fight, but he was quick for his height.”

On paper, Klitschko had a three-inch height disadvantage and a four-inch reach disadvantage and admitted that those factors made things difficult.

The 39-year-old never troubled Fury with his powerful right hand but gave the challenger credit for using his physical gifts to his advantage.

“I never believed he would do it, but he did,” Klitschko said. “I was lacking speed and he was quick. I just could not find the right distance. His reach bothered me. I tried it, but it just did not happen.”



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