I hate to say this but it’s true: you can really tell from the documentary that these guys are not from America. Americans are always and forever cocky and arrogant and these guys, at 6’7 are the complete opposite. They take humility and kindness to a whole other level. One example of that is when Vitali Klitschko went into politics in his home country and people were trying to physically throw him out of the political session. At this guys size and training he could have easily started laying hands and fists of fury on people, but did not. He chilled and gave them a warning to stop messing with him. It was amazing to see his ability to control his anger in a very hot situation.
What I was most impressed about is during a scene in the film, the not so great Don King approached them when he heard about them winning and destroying fighters in Germany and tried to fool them into signing a contract with them like he has every other heavyweight in America and robbed them blind. Don King was playing a piano and trying to fool them into thinking he was really playing it. It was an automatic piano player that played music on it’s own. They saw that it was fake and considered Don King fake too and did NOT sign a deal with Don King. They KNEW their own worth which most American Heavyweight fighters do NOT know about themselves. That was one of the best highlights of the entire film!
For fight fans throughout the world, The Klitschko film is a must see documentary, period! Wladimir Klitschko has got next and is fighting Mariusz Wach in Hamburg in October. Stay tuned.