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    Default Klitschko Uses "Baby Wee" to Reduce Swelling

    Klitschko prevented swelling with wet diapers

    by FOXSports.com

    Updated: October 14, 2008, 3:32 PM EST


    Talk about a home remedy.

    Vitali Klitschko used his son's wet diapers to prevent his fists from swelling after winning his WBC heavyweight title fight against Samuel Peter, the Ukrainian told a German newspaper on Tuesday according to a Reuters report.

    "Baby wee is good because it's pure, doesn't contain toxins and doesn't smell," Klitschko said, according to the report.

    "I wrap nappies filled with my three-year-old son Max's wee around my fists," he said, noting that he got the idea from his grandmother. "The nappies hold the liquid and the swelling stays down."
    [i]Klitschko (36-2, 35 KOs) beat Peter by technical knockout Saturday night. Peter chose not to come back out after eight rounds that saw him weaving and occasionally wobbling as Klitschko landed a persistent stream of heavy jabs to Peter's head in front of more than 12,000 people at the new O2 World Arena.
    The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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    Default Re: Klitschko Uses "Baby Wee" to Reduce Swelling

    I guess Moises Alou was onto something...

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    Default Re: Klitschko Uses "Baby Wee" to Reduce Swelling

    there is a picture where klitchko hits the guy with a jab and it appears his whole face caves in . I am more impressed with Vlad's chess game -he took the world champion to 40+ moves -I hope the brothers never fight -somethings are more important than money.
    They've probably fought 5,000 x's -just not for cash.

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    Default Re: Klitschko Uses "Baby Wee" to Reduce Swelling

    So if they've fought 5,000+ times for free, it would seem logical that they may as well make a few million for something they do regularly anyways. Just my opinion.
    Lets go Brent!

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