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Wladimir's older brother, Vitali Klitschko, is also a former WBC, WBO, and The Ring heavyweight champion.
Following his defeat of Ruslan Chagaev in 2009, Klitschko was awarded the Ring and lineal titles, and lastly he won the WBA title from David Haye in 2011.
Klitschko then signed to fight undefeated power puncher Samuel Peter in an IBF and WBO eliminator.
Though Peter scored three knockdowns (two in round 5, one in round 10) Klitschko withstood the Nigerian's power and went on to outbox Peter for the majority of the rounds.
The fight was halted bacause of a Klitschko cut caused by an accidental headbutt.
He then knocked out undefeated Cuban contender Eliseo Castillo.
Not defending himself and leaning into ropes for support, Klitschko took a standing eight count.
On unsteady legs, Klitschko fell to the canvas after the bell and the referee stopped the fight for his safety.
In their professional rematch, Klitschko knocked Wolfgramm out in the first round.
On 14 October 2000, in Cologne, Germany's Kölnarena, Klitschko won the WBO Heavyweight Championship from American Chris Byrd by a wide unanimous decision by scores of: 120–106, 119–107 and 118–108, flooring his opponent twice.
His father, Vladimir Rodionovich Klichko (1947–2011), was a Soviet Air Force major general and a military attaché of Ukraine in Germany; he was also one of the commanders in charge of cleaning up the effects of the Chernobyl disaster in 1986 and was afterward diagnosed with cancer. He is the younger brother of former WBC, WBO and Ring magazine heavyweight champion Vitali Klitschko, the current Mayor of Kiev.
In 1995, he won the gold medal at the Military Championships in Ariccia, Italy, defeating Luan Krasniqi, who he had lost to in the third round of the World Championships in Berlin, Germany earlier that year.
In 1996, he captured 2nd place as a Super Heavyweight at the European Championships in Vejle, Denmark losing to Alexei Lezin in the finals.