Wladimir Klitschko plunges off paddle board and into the water after his oar SNAPS

WLADIMIR KLITSCHKO didn’t let many boxers get the better of him in the ring, but had no answer to the elements in this hilarious video.

Everything seemed to be going well as the former heavyweight world champion coasted through the water on his paddle board.

Everything seemed to be going quite well for Wladimir Klitschko on his paddle board
Everything seemed to be going quite well for Wladimir Klitschko on his paddle board
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But as Klitschko advanced towards the person filming, his oar snapped and the Ukrainian boxing legend flopped into the water.

He took the fall well laughing it off after he resurfaced from the water.

Every the methodical one, Klitschko captioned the video: “It’s all about being a driving force, moving ahead, even if you unexpectedly fall, you’ll fall forward.”

The 42-year-old retired from boxing a few months after he was defeated at Wembley by Anthony Joshua in April last year.

But as he switched hands, his oar snapped and it was curtains for the retired boxer
But as he switched hands, his oar snapped and it was curtains for the retired boxer
There was only one way the former heavyweight champion of the world was going and that was down
There was only one way the former heavyweight champion of the world was going and that was down
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But the 42-year-old spirits laughed off getting a soaking as he resurfaced out of the water
But the 42-year-old spirits laughed off getting a soaking as he resurfaced out of the water
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AJ climbed off the canvas to stop Klitschko in the 11th round in front of 90,000 fight fans at the national stadium.

But SunSport reported last week how Klitschko has hinted at a sensational boxing return after posting a training video online.

Wladimir Klitschko retired not long after he was sent crashing to a KO defeat to Anthony Joshua
Wladimir Klitschko retired not long after he was sent crashing to a KO defeat to Anthony Joshua
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The heavyweight legend looked in fantastic shape as he went through a sparring session.

Showing he still has power punches, as well as some fleet footwork, he left boxing fans excited that the former world champ could return to the ring.

After the workout, Klitschko turned to the camera and said: “I can’t stop it, I don’t want to stop it.

“It’s the habit, and I love it.”

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