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Wladimir Klitschko defended the WBA, IBF and WBO heavyweight titles with ease by outclassing Francesco Pianeta in Mannheim, Germany on Saturday night, stopping the Italian in the sixth round, The Telegraph reports.
The WBO’s No 7 ranked fighter Pianeta was down in the fourth and fifth rounds, and after Klitschko had landed a good left hook to the body in the sixth, the safety-first champion finished the challenger with 25 seconds left in the round with a right hand, left cross combination.
Pianeta went down and it was over. He was peppered from start to finish in his first loss in 29 fights.
A £23 million purse has been put up by Povetkin's manager Vladimir Hryunov for the fight to take place. Povetkin has waited over two years to challenge Klitschko.
This, again, looked like organized bullying from Klitschko, who was dominant in the opening round, landing a heavy left-right combination against the southpaw Pianeta. The champion caught the challenger with two more big rights, but the Italian landed a left hook of his own. It was one of few punches landed against the champion, always conscious of fighting at range.