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Not only did Tunney read books, he lectured on Shakespeare, married a wealthy socialite and preached scientific boxing.
As such, the American public never really forgave him for dethroning the chaotic and marauding Jack Dempsey. The year-old Klitschko, whose brother is now mayor of Kiev, speaks four languages, has a PhD, plays chess and prefers order to chaos.
Chaos means emotions and emotions are a downside. Having spurned the advances of maniacal American promoter Don King, the Klitschko brothers instead moved to Germany from their native Ukraine in And as the heavyweight scene waned in the United States, it began to blossom in far-flung Europe.
But with the rise of the Klitschkos - Vitali covered himself in glory in losing to Britain's Lennox Lewis in , before winning the WBC title the following year - a now familiar narrative took root.
The Klitschkos, the story went, had only risen because there was no real resistance. Evander Holyfield was past it, Tyson was a husk, Riddick Bowe was long since gone, Lewis retired in But the Klitschkos could only whup what was put in front of them.
Even the great Joe Louis, who made 25 world title defences between and , suffered from the same problem, if you can call it that - a succession of his opponents were given the collective nickname 'The Bum of the Month Club'.
Wladimir has been champion for nine years, appeared in 27 world title fights, made 23 world title defences. Eventually, records start speaking for themselves and you can't ignore them.
Then, maybe, Wladimir will start getting the credit he deserves. Wladimir claims not to care whether people think he is boring or not. But based on his feats in the ring, the accusation is curious anyway.
For 'boring', read 'too good', just like so many other great champions. He has won 64 of his 67 professional fights, 53 by knockout. Shocking defeats by Corrie Sanders in , which brought his first heavyweight reign to an end, and Lamon Brewster in persuaded Wladimir to become more cautious, but he has never stopped bouncing opponents off the canvas.
As between the ropes, what constitutes being boring beyond the ropes is a personal thing. Tyson Fury thinks dressing as Batman, headbutting melons and comparing gay people to paedophiles makes him "the most colourful and charismatic heavyweight since Muhammad Ali".
While you won't find many who agree with him, there are those who think Fury is a breath of fresh air for the division.
It would have looked bad if I'd let my fists fly and finished Dereck Chisora before my brother beat him.
It took a lot of strength not to respond to that and I felt mentally sick for a couple of days. But I was tough enough to hold myself back.
I know there are people looking up to me. Actually, Klitschko was doing just fine without all these pesky Brits. His fights take place in football stadiums - he will face Fury in Dusseldorf's Esprit Arena, which holds 54, - and attract an average of 10 million viewers on German TV.
So when people claim Klitschko has not captured the public's imagination, they are being selective.
German Bernd Boente is the cool hand on the Klitschko tiller, a picture of European refinement - tan, ice-white teeth and hair - and a clear window on how boxing works in his country.
And if you fill soccer stadiums and have 16 million watching you on TV, as he did for the Haye fight, you couldn't care less about the US.
Boente is engaging company, regaling us with tales about the rock band Kiss, his beloved Bayern Munich and one absolute pearler involving a tent in Dubai, a hawk that crash-landed and ended up with a broken beak and, obviously, Chris Eubank.
Klitschko, on the other hand, prefers to keep his distance. A hotel news conference that is advertised as a round-table for UK journalists turns out to be a less intimate affair, with Klitschko fielding questions from across the room and kicking things off with a minute monologue, you suspect to eat up time.
When Klitschko is asked to perform a trick - his love of magic led Fury, a devout Christian, to call him a "devil-worshipper" - at first it looks like he wants to.
Klitschko pulls out of a big right hand at the end and Carl Froch says something similar to one of my friends on Facebook: Fury on his bike now, moving, stick and jab, three punch combination glances off champion.
Klitschko focused but looks perplexed the creases show the intensity of this compelling, if not punch-laden contest. Klitschko clearly tired, Fury, 12 years his junior, is winning the physical battle.
Huge cheers for that one. More feinting, but then Fury turns the champ round and lands a big left of his own! Klitschko lands a short right, then another powerful right hand.
Fury is warned by referee Weeks As they come out of a clinch Klitschko spins and Fury lands an uppercut and they are up off their seats in the VIP area.
This is so close. So hard to score. Very messy, but tense and quite thrilling from ringside. More than he is by Klitschko, in fact.
The Ukranian lands a good job, but Fury refuses to be cowed. A few more misses from Fury before he finally lands a point-scoring jab with the left.
Klitschko goes for a big left, then a big right, but can't get through with either. Fury comes out for the round without his gumshield!! Tony Weeks calls time and Clifton Mitchell places it into the challenger's mouth.
This is the leaning on Klitschko round for the most part and then a great stiff jab from Fury. Every time Fury throws the right, Klitschko ducks in and under.
Klitschko looks every one of his 39 years tonight. Klitschko, either riled or growing in confidence, begins to hurl a few works back in Fury's direction as the Brit lands a one-two and opens up a second cut, this one above Klitschko's left eye.
Fury's hands go behind his back again and, again, Klitschko refuses to throw the punch. Now, I'm not the world's greatest expert, but I feel like Klitschko might have to punch his opponent a few times if he's going to win this.
Fury is my call on that. Weeks has a word with Fury about punching ti the back of the head. Fury charges Klitschko who hangs on.
It's now a battler of will and strength and fitness. If Fury wants it enough, he can beat Klitschko. The champion loads up with a big right and pulls out.
Fury pumps his fist at end of the round, but a decision could be tough to get in Germany. That seems to send Klitsch back into his shell a touch as he's once again reluctant to throw the big punch.
Neither man is landing a whole lot here. Whisper it, but this is pretty poor. Fury seems to be on the retreat more in this round, circling on the outside, but not being active enough.
Fury drops his hands. Few punches landing and both men looking tired. If Fury ups his work rate he can win this fight.
Fury opens up a cut on Klitschko's cheek as they clash heads accidentally, but the Ukranian comes in and lands an immediate response.
There's a greater intensity to Klitschko's game now, but Fury will be aiming to draw this out and tire his opponent.
Ooh and then a big right hand bursts through Klitschko's defence! Fury lands jab and right hand but is Klitschko respecting his power?
Champion lands a clean straight right and Fury wears it well on his chops. They clinch and Klitschko had a cut on his cheek under the left eye.
Fury lands another combo and Klitschko held on. Klitschko lands another good right hand. Fury throws a big right off the back foot but can only smack the open air.
A couple of jabs from Fury, Klitschko comes forward but then rocks back out the way of a big left hook.
Fury is showing a lot of swagger and confidence, although he's not landing a great deal of scoring punches. Better that, from the champion.
Klitschko out with real intent on his toes looking to be the aggressor but Fury still dropping his head and shoulders and making it awkward for champion.
Fury attacks - they tie up - and the fight is opening up in the centre of the ring. Still neither can land a punch, even when the cocky Brit puts his hands behind his back.
Klitschko still not willing to let go with his right; he's either enormously unsettled by Fury or is biding his time before letting fly.
After a full two minutes, Klitschko finally throws the left hook but can't find a way through. Fury is going for the jabs at least, but he's not able to land anything.
Klitschko finishes with an attempted, failed uppercut. Two rights and a left at start of third from confident Fury from southpaw stance.
Drops hands goading the champion. Big right from Klitschko misses. Fury winning the chess match out boxing Ukrainian. The Brit lands a jab with the right before Klitschko closes the gap; he drives his man back before Fury counters aggressively, charging and catching the champion lightly on the chin.
Klitschko looks very unsure of how to take on the Brit, whose weight loss looks to have helped him a lot in terms of speed and agility.
As you'd expect really. Fury fencing with jab keeping his head moving as Klitschko tries to walk him down and into corners.
Fury lands left right and champion holds. Klitschko still patient and dangerous. Left hook lands for Fury. Fury doing well to close distance.
Klitschko wants to finish this quickly it seems, driving the Mancunian back and looking for the jab. Fury is watchful though and very quick, alert to any opportunity to land his own jabs with that extra four inches or so of reach.
Four times they come together and are immediately separated by the referee. Fury is is on the run, but he's the only one who's managed to land any jabs with his right.
He raises his arms at the end of the round and it's hard to disagree that he took that round. Cagey start but Fury lands first with the left hook Klitschko as ever ultra defensive lands little.
Fury wins the battle of the jab and ties up well with the champion. He's showing all the emotion of Microsoft Excel. Fury enters solemnly, emerging up the steps to a song I don't recognise.
It's something about Jesus. A lap of the arena, calm smile on his face, not a sign of nerves about him. He raises his gloves to the crowd.
No sign of Klitschko yet. A member of said Fury team explains that they stood firm in insisting the Ukranian begin the process again: For the first half of his song - some new piece of rubbish I don't know by the sounds of things - his mic isn't working.
The first half of the song is better than the second. Here's something a bit better. Saw George Foreman near the Ritz 19 October with arm candy.
Chatted and he invited me back to his Hotel where he said Ali and Smoking Joe were. Should have gone and caught next train back to Chester.
Honest to god that's true. If you can do better you probably can email dan. We've had 'glovegate' and 'foamgate' this week, but in 60 minutes the drums will roll and all the talk will mean nothing.
Both Wladimir and Tyson arrived in their dressing rooms here at 8. I captured a picture of Fury and team at hotel at around 7pm here tonight. Clifton Mitchell, who has been in boxing a very long time, will wrap Fury's hands and act as cutsman.
Mitchell will also have the important job of watching Klitschko's hands being wrapped. Vitali Klitschko normally watches the opponent's hands being wrapped for his younger brother.
It is about ritual, it is about checking and it can be about psychological warfare. The Klitschkos have often asked for the hands to be done again - as Wladimir did with Dereck Chisora on the night the Londoner fought Vitali and then Chisora brawled with David Haye at the press conference.
Important moments for both men, but particularly Fury, who has never done this before. But debut at world championship level.
Enjoy the first song from Dan's Patented Boxing Playlist:. On every media seat here 2 booklets on Klitschko foundation - brother Vitali was re elected Kiev Mayor last week pic.
Starting with Christopher Dean that one? Whereas Lee no surname, like Rivaldo hopes that the match ends up being a bit of a Blur for Fury and he wakes up with a badhead in the morningL.
Hi Dan, really kicking myself for writing about this fool. He doesn't warrant the extra cost of the electricity to work my comp.
The only thing this guy has got, is height, that alone doesn't mean you can box. I'm sorry to say that boxing has lost it, I would sooner watch the snooker, or my Mrs, knitting that's how bad it has become.
My only hope is that on the news tomorrow, I see this prat Fury, sat on a very uncomfortable canvas, seeing stars!! The last fighter to get the ref involved to stop holds from Klitschko got punched for the next rounds without a break.
Fury's only chance is to use his size in the holds to make the ring smaller. That being said, I hope Dr. Steelhammer knocks Fury into irrelevance so we can all enjoy a unification fight in the spring.
He's sent over a few pictures from the build-up to tonight's event and I have admit to being slightly jealous. Looks like a hell of a night.
There's boxing art exhibition here in VIP area where I'm dining klitschkofury let's hope fighters paint canvas pic. Roomy for klitschkofury lighting fantastic and stadium underfloor heating in a vast auditorium for sport pic.
These nights are to treasure in this job The ring card girls are in and ready to rock for furyklitschko pic. Plenty of Klitschko fans in tonight DanLucas86 klitschkofury Fury is only going to win by an early knockout.
If it goes the distance it's definitely Klitschko! The first press conference for the fight was held in Düsseldorf towards the end of July , and Fury showed that despite this being the biggest fight of his career, his pre fight tactics wouldn't change.
After Klitschko said that the fight was "nothing personal but business", Fury stated that it was personal because fighting is personal.
He went on to launch a rant at Klitschko, calling him "boring" both in and out of the ring, and that he wanted to rid him and his jab and grab style out of the division.
He rounded off with a comical one liner when he said the one thing I do know for sure is, "this klit is getting licked.
Klitschko himself drew comparisons between Fury and David Haye, saying that like Haye, Fury would be undergoing therapy when he fought him and after he had beaten him Fury would learn a lesson and become a better person.
Fury said that he was nothing like Haye and shouldn't be compared to him, because "I'm not an idiot" or a "fraud", he also branded Haye a "bitch" and a "pussy" because he twice pulled out of fights against him.
In September, a second press conference was held in London and Fury upped the antics again, dressing up as the superhero Batman and flooring a villain in front of Klitschko in an attempt to unerve him.
Fury told Klitschko that he had dominated a weak era for heavyweights and that he had "reigned supreme over a load of bums". Fury also said that Klitschko could play the nice guy and the role model to try to get his television deals and sponsorships, "but quite frankly I don't care about all that stuff, all I care about is winning.
Fury continued the mind games by getting up from his chair and kicking it aside, challenging Klitschko to call him a clown again and shouting that he would fight him now and appeared to have to be restrained.
Fury later stated that he didn't actually mind being called a clown, and that his act was all part of the entertainment that boxing needed.
The pair then met for a face to face interview 'The Gloves Are Off', and Klitschko stated that Fury tries to be a bully because inside he is weak and insecure, but Fury retorted that it was Klitschko who was insecure about Fury's unpredictable behaviour because he's a "control freak", who doesn't like it when he isn't in control of his opponent.
Fury stated that Klitschko was the man standing in front of his entire future and he couldn't let the opportunity slip.
He said, "the difference [between me and Klitschko] is that he's been made to look like that, everything he does is manufactured. Everything that I do is natural, off the cuff.
Nobody tells me what to do, nobody sticks a key in my back and turns it. I do it myself. I wake up in the morning and do what I want to do, because I'm my own man.
And when it comes to that night, I think the world will change because they'll have the most charismatic, the most colourful, the most controversial champion since Muhammad Ali.
And that's what the world's been waiting for. If I'm not the man to fill those boots, they'll be waiting a hell of a lot time more.
Because all I see is robots, people being turned and told what to say. So the world needs me to change the landscape of the division.
Fury also explained an infamous sauna incident at a Klitschko training camp in Austria in , the first time the pair had met where according to Fury, "there were about 10 guys in the sauna, everyone started popping off around us and it came down to just me and Wlad in the sauna.
In my mind I was mentally in a competition with him, he can deny it if he wants but I was prepared to die in that sauna, I stayed in for about 40 minutes, and he got out first.
When discussing each other's boxing skills, Klitschko said that he thought Fury was a good counter puncher and moved well for a tall man. Meanwhile, Fury stated that although Klitschko had perfected a safe style and had immense power in right hand and left hook, he didn't know what he was in for because he was facing an opponent that was not only bigger than him but quicker, stating that he himself was blessed with unnatural speed and movement for a man of his size.
When asked the question as to why the behaviour was so different to that of the press conference, Klitschko said "I'm not acting differently, Tyson acts differently because he's bipolar.
Wladimir is not stupid, he knows I'm serious. Fury once again mentioned Klitschko's age, telling him that he couldn't compete with a younger athlete, while Klitschko responded by saying that "age is just a number".
Fury actually agreed, but still stated that at 40 years old, you can't do what you could do at When asked whether he had been studying Klitschko's previous defeats, Fury said that he hadn't been because those losses were a long time ago and Klitschko had matured as a fighter since then.
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