I see both sides on this one...
First off, Corrie Sanders has been inactive over the years, but fought
in November 2002. His level of opposition has always been suspect, and
the loss to Rahman -- despite its nomination for fight of the year --
was a disappointment.
On the other hand, Sanders has a punch -- a wicked uppercut -- that is
hard to defend against. I saw what he did to Al Cole (yeah, not the
best fighter in the world, put it was in 2000) and it scared me. The
first-round KO was a result of those looping uppercuts.
Wlad will kill Sanders if the fight is from the outside. However, if
Corrie Sanders is in shape, and he can land that baffling uppercut,
this could be Wlad's biggest test to date. Of course, we've said that
for a few years now.
This could be interesting, but I won't hold my breath. There's lots of
Bullspit surrounding Sander's manager.
> > No no. He is fighting the other Corrie Sanders. The former WBU Champion from
> > South Africa.
> There should be a rule: only one Corrie Sanders is allowed at any one
> time. To avoid confusing us