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Klitschko went on to add he believes Fury’s momentary success has now passed. He will slowly fade into obscurity as a flash in the pan because Wladimir doesn’t believe Fury possesses the necessary commitment for the sweet science.

“In the history of boxing there are a lot of examples of this kind of guy. They can be successful for a time but are not disciplined enough to continue to be successful.”

“I wish Tyson well but I think there is a lack of discipline there, and discipline is more important than motivation. Motivation comes and goes, discipline remains;” Wladimir added.

“I am not Nostradamus, I can’t predict the future, but drawing from my experience I would say it is going to be very difficult for Tyson because there’s that lack of discipline.”

Klitschko also discussed the potential of a mammoth world heavyweight title unification for the undisputed title between Joshua and the undefeated, brazen WBC world heavyweight champion, Deontay Wilder.

Klitschko believes Wilder would be a much more problematic proposition for his former opponent.

“It would be a dangerous fight for Anthony Joshua,” Klitschko told the Sunday Times.

“I’m not saying he wouldn’t win it but Wilder has something.”

The something that Klitschko is mentioning, is that ‘The Bronze Bomber’ has speed combined with knockout power.

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