Vladimir Klik (VLADIMIRKLIČKO) may return to the game, at least his former coach James Ali Bashir (James Ali Bashir) claimed so. He worked with Klitschko as the assistant coach of Emanuel Steward.
Bashir said that because Klitschko received a period of hard training in Ukraine, it looks like he is in the best condition.
“I have been coming to Ukraine all these years and I have been watching him training. I want to know why he would do this if he doesn’t plan to come back. He trained hard and I believe he will break George Forman’s record and become a record in history. The oldest heavyweight world champion. I believe alone that he will come back to defeat any Big Three-Joshua, Fury or Wilder,” he said.
The Ukrainian has played 69 battles in his career and only lost five times. He defended the heavyweight belt 18 times. After two consecutive belt battles with Tyson Fury and Anthony Joshua, he ended his career.
He is 45 years old and George Foreman is the oldest heavyweight world champion ever. He defeated Michael Moore in 1994 in 45 years and 99 days.