2015 BOXING fight – Wladimir Klitschko vs Bryant Jennings – full fight Video WBA, WBO

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2 Star RatingReview by AllTheBestFights.com: 2015-04-25, pretty good finish but with too much holding and too many interruptions during the rest of the fight: Wladimir Klitschko vs Bryant Jennings gets two stars.

The 1996 Olympic super heavyweight gold medalist Wladimir Klitschko (who now is 39 years old, nine years older than Jennings) entered this fight with a professional boxing record of 63-3-0 (53 KOs=84%) and he is ranked as the No.1 heavyweight in the world. He suffered his last defeat in 2004 when he faced Lamon Brewster for the vacant Wbo belt, since then he has collected 21 consecutive victories taking revenge on Brewster in 2007 and beating Alex Leapai (=Klitschko vs Leapai) and Kubrat Pulev in 2014 (=Klitschko vs Pulev).
His opponent, the undefeated Bryant Jennings, has a perfect record of 19-0-0 (10 knockouts) and he entered as the No.9 in the same weight class. He also fought twice last year winning over Artur Szpilka (=Jennings vs Szpilka) and Mike Perez (=Jennings vs Perez). Klitschko vs Jennings is valid for the WBA, WBO, IBF and IBO heavyweight titles (all held by Klitschko); first world title shot for Jennings. Watch the video and rate this fight!


Date: 2015-04-25

Where: Madison Square Garden, New York, USA

Division: heavyweight (over 200 lbs, 90.7 kg)

Title: WBA, WBO, IBF and IBO heavyweight titles

Result: Click here to show the fight’s result
Wladimir Klitschko def. Bryant Jennings (unanimous decision, 116-111, 116-111, 118-109)


Klitschko’s previous fight: Wladimir Klitschko vs Kubrat Pulev

Jennings’ previous fight: Bryant Jennings vs Mike Perez

Klitschko’s next fight: Wladimir Klitschko vs Tyson Fury

Jennings’ next fight: Bryant Jennings vs Luis Ortiz


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15 comments on “2015 BOXING fight – Wladimir Klitschko vs Bryant Jennings – full fight Video WBA, WBO”

  1. Wlad is still the HW gold standard, even if chinks in the 39-year old armor are starting to appear. Jennings did better than expected and forced Wlad into uncomfortable skirmishes. Were it not for Dr. Clinchenstein’s inside holding game, we’d have had a livelier fight. Deduct points earlier.

  2. Very ugly boxing by Klitschko once again. I’m disgusted. And could this “analyst” just stop saying “solid jab”… when all I see is a simple arm stretching with no weight transfer or power behind it? The HW division is a joke and Klitchsko is the jester. And it’s been going on for years! Bring on Wilder. Not another tall technique-less clown like Fury.

    Thumbs up to referee Michael Griffin (from Montréal!) for the point deduction! Holding and pushing is not boxing.

    I’d rate this half a star if I could.

    • Fully agree with you.
      Klitschko was just clinching the full fight and he deserves the point discount. I saw the fight via HBO and I was thinking like you that Deontay Wilder should be his next rival. However, it is not going to happen since Wilder is too much of risk for Wladimir

      • Jennings just covered up the entire fight, never tried to win. When Wlad has fear in him, that’s when you’ll see his true power. Pulev did a much better job at getting in on the inside against Wlad and as a result, Wlad had to open up to keep Pulev off him. As a result, it was a KTFO win for Wlad. Wilder would also come to win, just as Pulev did, so Wlad would have to go for the kill and that’s when Wilder could easily get KO’d.

  3. C’mon!!! A great job!!! destroying another fighter!!!. I hope you are kidding. I don’t think it is going to be so easy with Wilder as actually is with boxers shorter than him. Wilder is tall, younger, and the strongest puncher in this category. Wladimir may need to say goodbye to his tittle if he decides to fight with

    • Younger and stronger puncher hunh? I guess you don’t remember the Buster Douglas and Mike Tyson fight do you where a much older and weaker James Douglas defeated IRON Mike Tyson, while Tyson was in his prime. It’s about intelligence, skill, and heart more than age and who can punch harder. :)

      • First of all, 10 years difference makes Wilder younger. Am I right? Secondly, 97 % knock out ratio is bigger than 79 %. Am I right? So punching power is definitely favoring Wilder.
        As you can appreciate I was very conservative when i issued my opinion about a fight result between these two boxers. It doesn’t seem to be the same coming from your side. You said Klitschko destroyed another fighter. My question is: Did we see the same fight? . May be this is a stupid question but to be honest with you nobody was destroyed in this fight where Wlad barely connected a good punch and every time that Jennings got inside he immediately went for a clinch.
        I’m really surprised to find people so adamant like you. However, I fully recognize that you like very much Wlad ( I like him too but not lately) therefore for this reason you cannot be impartial and is difficult for you to see the big picture also. Here is the bad new: you should know that soon or later all the champions are being replaced for better ones or just for guys that were lucky by connecting just a couple of very good punches. You provided the best example with Tyson-Douglas. Tyson regained the title but Douglas lost it on his first defense. So if that happened with Iron man it could happen with Wlad too, mainly, when the other boxer is taller than him. Wlad is a very good boxer but his reach advantage help him a lot to keep his tittle for about 9 years. Now he cannot count on it if his rival is gonna be Wilder and at his age is going to be very difficult to sustain a 12 round fight against a younger fighter and stronger. Sorry to be so repetitive :-). And talking about heart I bet you that Wilder has the bigger one because it is for him the opportunity to make millions. I don’t think Wlad has the same incentive since he made a lot of money already.

        • I agree. Sometimes people get lucky, like Douglas. lol But I just don’t think Wilder is as surgical and intelligent as Klitschko. I believe Klitschko would find a way to still come out on top. I mean, I agree with everything you said, but I just don’t think Wilder can expect an easy win, and neither can Klitschko. TBH, I am worried about the next fight against Tyson Fury…

          • I can see that you are a real fan of klitschko in all your comments. In my honest opinion you should be not worry in the fight between Klitschko and Tyson. Tyson is just a very tall boxer, with some reasonable punch power only, and his Technics are quite limited. I saw his fight with Derek Chisora, very short and with limited capacities too, but he was able to complicate the fight up to such a point that he almost was the winner.

          • I agree. He will need a lucky shot to win against Wlad. What about Shannon Briggs and Wilder if that fight was going to happen?

          • I believe that Wilder will win but it could be a very though fight if Briggs can sustain the pace

  4. Get real. No one was destroyed last night. If Klitchsko was something like 6″3 he would be a no name doorman at some unknown ukrainian nightclub.

  5. Haha! I said “get real” because you said Klitschko destroyed Jennings and that’s not exactly what happened. That’s not “real” if you prefer. However, I admit that I’ve made an “assumption” of what Klitschko’s life might/could/should/etc. and that was probably inapropriate. On the other hand, I would very much like if you could be more respectful and avoid calling my comments (or anyone else’s) “sh*t”. I’ve been sharing comments on this site for a few months with other boxing fans and so far everyone’s been very nice and respectful.

    Thanks… “bro”.

    But if you allow me to make one last “should” and to make up some fantasy, here’s a good one: There should be two HW division. One for 6’4 and below and one for nature’s freak like Klitschko! So at least, it would be a matter of skills, not mostly (almost only) about size.


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