Klitschko and heavyweight world boxing champion Fury attend a news conference. (AP Photo/Jon Super)
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Wladimir Klitschko has insisted he was "glad" to have lost his world heavyweight titles to Tyson Fury in December ahead of a rematch with the British boxer.Klitschko, was beaten just four times in 68 bouts.When Klitschko's brother Vitali retired in 2013, they held all the heavyweight titles between them.But following Wladimir's loss to Fury, the belts are now spread far and wide, with Fury holding the WBA and WBO titles, fellow Briton Anthony Joshua the IBF champion and Deontay Wilder, the World Boxing Council's heavyweight king.After beating Klitschko, Fury was stripped of the IBF title because he would not face mandatory challenger, Vyacheslav Glazkov.The IBF belt was won this month by London 2012 Olympic super-heavyweight champion Joshua in only his 16th professional fight.
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