Klitschko beats Haye to keep all belts in the family

HAMBURG, Germany, (Reuters) – Vladimir Klitschko beat  Britain’s David Haye on a unanimous points decision on Saturday  to add the WBA heavyweight title to his three other belts and  complete his family’s domination of the division.

The Ukrainian, whose lighter and smaller opponent took him  the full 12 rounds despite fighting with a broken toe, was  declared the winner 117-109, 118-108 and 116-110 by the two  American and one South African judges.

While denied the 50th career knockout he had hoped for,  Klitschko — now 56-3 — had more than enough reason to  celebrate with his brother and WBC champion Vitali.

They now hold the WBA, WBC, WBO, IBF and IBO belts between  them and have achieved their lifelong dream of uniting the  division in the family.

“I would have loved to celebrate my 50th knockout,” said the  youngest of the brothers, at 35, who was taunted publicly by the  trash-talking English showman Haye in the build-up to the fight  and had promised to punish him.

“I am still not okay with his behaviour before the fight,”

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