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Monday July 2nd, 2012

WBC heavyweight champion Vitali Klitschko could fight his final bout on Sept. 8 against Manuel Charr, depending on how the Ukraine elections go. (Sebastian Widmann, AP Images)

WBC heavyweight champion Vitali Klitschko will defend his title in Moscow on September 8 against Germany's Manuel Charr, reports The Associated Press.

Klitschko, who has never lost a decision or been knocked down in a bout, will fight for the first time since defeating Dereck Chisora in February.

Charr is a 27 year old who is 21-0 in the ring while boasting 11 knockouts. He said he will see fear in Klitschko's eyes when they step into the ring. The 40-year-old champion seemed to be uninterested in the trash talk.

"Charr is young, hungry and undefeated. He is afraid of nobody, always marching forward," Klitschko said. "I know that he will be extremely motivated against me and that is why I will definitely not make the mistake to underestimate him. I will give my answer to all his trash talking inside the ring."
The fight comes a month before he leads the UDAR party in the Ukraine elections, which will be held on October 28. His decision to continue boxing will be made after the elections, he said.

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