Ukrainian boxer Wladimir Klitschko promises to have his revenge in the rematch with British Tyson Fury, Spiegel wrote.
“It doesn’t hurt physically anymore. Luckily, I left the ring with only a couple of cuts, I had no more injuries. But that still hurts deep inside. I’ve got large ego – it is what makes me go on, but now it hurts because of that loss”, the former champion said.
“I was in my best physical shape at the time. But if there’s no balance between your physical and psychological conditions, it is tough to fight good. I never engaged in that fight. I found the reason why it happened, analyzed it, and now I know what to do with it. The result of the rematch is going to be quite different”, Klitschko said.
As is known, in November 2015, long-time heavyweight champion of the world Wladimir Klitschko sensationally lost to British athlete Tyson Fury, by the jury’s unanimous decision. It became his first loss in eleven years. Soon after that, the Ukrainian offered a rematch, and Fury accepted.
The Klitschko-Fury II boxing event is slated for spring 2016.