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Published: July 3, 2011
Wladimir Klitschko silenced his critics, After beating David Haye comprehensively in front of 45,000 fans with a unanimous points victory in Germany.
The three judges scored the fight 117-109, 118-108 and 116-110, all in Klitschko’s favor.
Haye consider a broken toe for his defeat, saying: ‘I might not have been at my best but I gave it as much as I could. I couldn’t push on my right leg. Something happened in training and I didn’t want to pull out. I broke my toe on my right foot. I couldn’t push off the right foot to throw the right hand. I thought adrenaline would get me through it but it was tough. It’s incredibly frustrating.’
Klitschko showed he is a heavyweight in every sense by displaying aggression against the British.
It was Haye’s first defeat since Carl Thompson beat him in 2004 and his first as a heavyweight.
The 35 years old Ukrainian Klitschko, who has not lost since 2004, improves to 56 wins and three defeats.
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