WBC champion and leader of UDAR party Vitali Klitschko is going to continue his activities in the political life of Ukraine and intends to run for the president of Ukraine in 2015, Pravda.ru reports.
As reported he will not appear on the ring before the end of the current year. The boxer suffered an injury of his right hand. The last time he appeared on the ring in September 2012 in Moscow, when knocked out Manuel Charr.
Box has greatly helped him to prepare for this other life through strategy, work, discipline, honesty and dedication to the team, which are needed to be successful, reads a statement about Klitschko.
It is also noted that the boxer declared his unreadiness to leave the sport and name the final date of his ‘retirement’.
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