Ukrainian boser Klitschko is ashamed of Fury’s defeat. However, Volodymyr says he feels fine and has to win a rematch.
Ukrainian boxer Volodymyr Klitschko admitted he was ashamed of being defeated by Tyson Fury on November 28 in Dusseldorf.
'I am ashamed of the fact that I made a mistake and lost the fight with Tyson Fury because he is not the world heavyweight champion, who I would like to look at and be proud of. His remarks make me upset. I have to do my mission. You should watch this fight because it won’t repeat the first one.
I've been going in for this sport for 26 years, I cannot complain about my health, and I still am able to compete at a high level. In fact, I feel fine. I'm 40 but I feel fine.
I have lost my titles and my attitude to fights has changed. Now I am a contender. I'm the one who should win. Now I have to win the titles, not protect them. This should be another fight. I had enough time for reboot and recovery. I'm looking forward to this fight. I'm not afraid and I know all the risks, and in fact I’m enjoying the moment. This is a test, and I like challenges. As I have mentioned, much of this fight will be different and especially the result. The final result will be different, and there will be another champion,' the boxer said.
The second fight between Klitschko and Fury will be held in Manchester on July 9.
As reported earlier to the 1492news.com, Jamala agreed to brighten fight between Volodymyr Klitschko and Tyson Fury by singing Ukrainian anthem.