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Publish Date: Jul 31, 2009, 11:22 PM ET Duration: 03:32

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SI.com's Bryan Armen Graham brings you blow-by-blow, round-by-round coverage of the IBF/WBO heavyweight championship fight between Wladimir Klitschko (53-3, 47 KOs) and

6:40 p.m. -- Interesting. Chambers' right glove is broken and the referee orders a replacement. They've cut off the old one and they're lacing up the new one while Klitschko stands in a neutral corner.
ROUND 9 -- Wlad still measuring. With a lopsided advantage on the cards, he can afford to be patient. The story of the past five rounds has been the Klitschko jab, a weapon that's been as dominant today as ever before.
ROUND 8 -- Chambers faces looks a bit swollen but he's still evading Klitschko's punches (for the most part). The champ appears to be setting Chambers up for the straight right, but the Philadelphian won't accommodate.
ROUND 8 -- Chambers faces looks a bit swollen but he's still evading Klitschko's punches (for the most part). The champ appears to be setting Chambers up for the straight right, but the Philadelphian won't accommodate.
ROUND 7 -- As Klitschko's jabbing moves from punching to pawing, the crowd starts to sense there's something building here. A straight left and a straight right from Klitschko both rock Chambers, who bounces off the ropes.
ROUND 6 -- Klitschko continues to measure distance with the left and keep Chambers to the outside. It's very much playing out like the typical Klitschko fight -- but Chambers is still in there. The champ socring with the jab again and again.
ROUND 5 -- Five, six, seven, eight thudding leeft jabs from Klitschko to open the fifth. The champ continues to bounce around -- well-conditioned as always -- and he's starting to throw the right.
ROUND 4 -- Klitschko is trying to finish Chambers, upping the tempo and throwing combos in the middle of the ring from the opening bell. Chambers keeps moving forward, unintimidated. The lateral movement we've heard about throughout the week from the Chambers camp is happening -- Eddie is executing the fight plan -- but there's just not enough offense. He's a little too concerned with Wladimir's straight right after that near-disaster at the end of the second. With a minute to go, it's looking like another round for Klitschko unless Chambers can do something special. Klitschko keep using that left jab to set up the right but Chambers' steady movement is making it difficult. The challenger is still in the fight, but down 4-0 on the cards. KLITSCHKO 10-9 Read More: http://sportsillustrated
ROUND 3 -- Klitschko is dealing. He's not landing many punches but he's the busier fighter and establishing a steady rhythm with the jab.
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