Undefeated Finnish heavyweight Robert Helenius (17-0,11 KO's) is now back in full training for the first time since his controversial victory over Dereck Chisora back in December of last year. The Nordic Nightmare, claimed that he had a shoulder injury going into the fight with Chisora and it got even worse during the hard-fought bout.
In a recent interview, Helenius stated that he has learned his lesson after paying the price for ignoring an injury and going through with a fight while injured.
Helenius is now back to full-time training and is expected to begin serious sparring very soon. The former European heavyweight champ should be ready to make a return in November.
His assistant trainer George Bramowsky claims that his fighter will be a big force in heavyweight division in the future:
"Robert is on the way back thanks to successful surgery and the goal is still the heavyweight championship of the world. The lay-off just caused a delay in the time table. He is big, technically skillful and can punch, he can also block punches and move away. Robert will be a nightmare for his opponents in the future as well."