- Klitschko vS Charr Live Stream online boxing 2012 FoxhQ hd tv link.Klitschko (44-2, 40 KO) is a massive favorite here, and it's tough to imagine Charr (21-0, 11 KO) even being competitive against the dominant champion. Charr is taking a grotesque step up in class from fighting the likes of Marcelo Nascimento and Taras Bidenko, and the easy guess is that he's in way over his head.
The undercard will feature heavyweight prospects Magomed Abdusalamov and Vyacheslav Glazkov taking on Jameel McCline and Konstantin Airich, respectively.
Tonight's fight may likely be Vitali's last as the 41 year old two-time heavyweight champion is seeking a career in politics and hopes to become Kiev's next mayor.
Elections are next month.
The 6'7 1/2" Klitschkohas won and astonishing 44 of 46 bouts, amassing 40 knockouts along the way. In his most recent bout, he won an action-packed twelve round affair over the hard-nosed Dereck Chisora in Munich last February.
Revenue-wise, Vitali Klitschko vs David Haye is still probably the biggest fight in the heavyweight division (unless the Klitschko brothers agreed to fight each other). If Vitali defeats Charr and the money is right, there's a chance the Ukrainian will fight David Haye in 2013 regardless of whether he wins next month's election.
A loser of few rounds in his 46 fight career, Vitali boasts an impressive 86% knockout-to-fights ratio which is currently the highest of any heavyweight champion in history.
Vitali is an aggressive fighter who often engages his opponents. And as a result, the slower, less mobile older brother isn't as defensive as Wlad. However, he's always in excellent fighting condition and is difficult to hit cleanly because he "fights tall" and utilizes his reach advantage very well.
The proud owner of one of the most impressive knockout rates in heavyweight boxing history, WBC champion Vitali Klitschko, will be stepping into the ring for the 47th time this afternoon, having gone the distance a paltry four times in victory.
Opposing him is unbeaten Manuel Charr, a former Muay Thai champion in his native Germany who will be fighting for just the second time on foreign soil.
MMAmania.com will have LIVE coverage of the main event today (Sept. 8, 2012), which should kick off around 5:00 p.m. ET on Germany's RTL channel.
This fight, on tape delay, will open the broadcast for "Ward vs. Dawson," set to go down later tonight. If you don't want to be spoiled, close the browser and walk away. We won't judge you.
Quick results and play-by-play after the jump.