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A look back at the South African ex Heavyweight world champion

Corrie Sanders is probably one of the biggest under-achievers in Heavyweight boxing. He was a world champion and he beat some very good fighters but with the hand-speed, punching-power and counter punching ability he had, he could have achieved more.

Sanders most notable victory was his two-round demolition job on Wladimir Klitschko. If you haven't seen the fight before then take a look at this video courtesy of  supsterjr:

A year later Sanders had his second encounter with a Klitschko brother. Sanders vacated his WBO belt (he won off Wladimir) and he fought Vitali for the WBC Heavyweight championship in an exceptional fight:

Video courtesy of Profila66 - You can find part 2, 3 and 4 of Vitali Vs Sanders on his YouTube channel.

Sanders also had some entertaining fights against other well known boxers such as: Hasim Rahman, Ross Purity, Bobby Czyz, Michael Sprott, Johnny Nelson and Bert Cooper. If you have any spare time then look up some of those fights.

Sanders last fight was in 2008, he was knocked out by Osborne Machimana from a body shot in the first round. Sanders was in bad condition for this fight, but that was often is case.

The questions I want to ask is how much could Corrie Sanders have achieved if he had trained harder for his big fights? And would he beat ANY version of Wladimir Klitschko?