Wlad should retire and let Vitali unify all the belts.

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  1. TimmyC

    TimmyC Amateur Fighter

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    No one left to even challenge him.

    Vitali is 39 has one belt. Vitali should fight another 1.5 yrs ...unify all belts..then retire.

    In the meantime Wlad...should stay active in the gym..wait until a new champ(s) emerges.

    Wlad should then come out of retirement and beat all of them unify then retire.

    It's the perfect plan.

    With both Klits fighting at the same time there will never be a true unification.
     
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    I agree with this plan. I would like to see a unified champ again.
     
  3. Kimura77

    Kimura77 Orange Belt

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    If two guys "plan" for a unified championship and not fight for a unified championship then its not legitimate
     
  4. Kyryllo

    Kyryllo Kia kaha e hine!

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    Wladimir should fake his death, put on a fake mustache and come back as Wally Klatchman from Arizona. Proceed with beating every fighter he fought already again in the same fashion. He will go down as the greatest ever, because he's 'murican.
     
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  6. dg43088

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    ummm.... no
     
  7. Simmo84

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    Yeah.
    Except it doesn't make sense.

    'Beat all of' who exactly? Vitali would retire with all the belts. There wouldn't be an 'all of' to beat. How many years would current and ageing #1 Wlad have to wait for numerous new contenders to emerge?

    I think you should stick to planning your daily routine. No doubt that's challenge enough.
     
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    Where did you hear that rubbish? It is legitimate if they plan to be champion and then win title fights and become champion, why wouldn't it be? Nobody just becomes champion. You plan, train and then fight.
     
  9. ThirdPartyView

    ThirdPartyView Keeping Jack Dempsey from ducking

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    Uh, no. Wlad is doing well enough pummeling all the top guys in the (an admittedly shallow) division - there's no point to semi-retiring, letting random scrubs win the vacant belts in eliminators and then come back to take said belts. So long as he faces the best (that are willing to face him), that's all that can be asked for him.
     
  10. Corleone187

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    but can't he just relinquish the belt?

    It's not like you're forced to keep the belt. You can just tell them you dont want it anymore and to have 2 fighters fight for it

    Why fake retire when you can just give up the belt?
     
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    ThirdPartyView Keeping Jack Dempsey from ducking

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    And why should he vacate the belts, anyway? He's cleaned house (for the most part, and the guys he hasn't fought either turned down fights or aren't ready (yet) to face him), so there's no point in giving up the belts.
     
  12. Kimura77

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    If "they" plan?who "plans" championships with their brothers?this isnt the wwe if two brothers plan for one of them to be champ then its not legitimate.......
     
  13. Pirao

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    Your plan has a major flaw: whoever got a hold of the belts if Wlad retire, would just duck him like Haye and Povetkin are doing now, and Wlad would lose the 3 belts (IBF, WBO and RING) and the leverage that he has now.

    Wlad should just concentrate on fighting regularly and defending his belt, he can easily reach 15+ defenses, he already has 9.
     
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    LOL! Well played sir.
     
  15. KyleInAction

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    If one brother quits just so that the other one can unify the belts, then it's not legit, it's rigging the system.

    I'm not sure why Wlad would even consider doing this. What does unifying the belts do? It won't make the division more exciting; it won't do much for either brother's legacy; it won't get them back on HBO, etc. It's their "plan" to be dominant, yet somewhat boring, fighters tearing through the hw division together. Mission accomplished.
     
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    The perfect plan for the handful of Vitali nuthuggers that exist. I'm fine with both of them as champs because they'll wipe everyone out quicker and sooner or later Haye will get his beating.
     
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    lol, brutal.
     

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