Physically, Klitschko is taller than Arreola and has longer reach too. In addition to, the Ukrainian has far more ring experience than the young upstart. Most boxing experts reckon Klitschko might become "old" come fight night. At 38, he has had his share of ring battles. Maybe, although I think Klitschko's ring smarts and experience may mitigate that, if ever he becomes "old" all of a sudden. Besides, he is not naive. Klitschko's main weapon is his pesky jabs which serves to make his opponents weary (try eating jabs all night, it's not fun) and to set up his right. For Arreola to win, he needs to neutralize the jab or it will be a very LONG night for him.
Chris Arreola wants to become the first Mexican and Mexican-American World Heavyweight Champion and his record is spectacular 27 wins 24 via KO, in a division accused of being the most boring in boxing recently. He is aggressive and offensive-minded, which is good. Arreola has this explosive quickness which makes it easy for him to suddenly unleash a barrage of punches to his opponents - overwhelming them. However, his defense is porous that Williams and McCline hurt him although the Chicano recovered and destroyed the two. He can't do that against Klitshcko or he'll find himself sprawling on the canvas come fight night.
Klitshko vs Arreola is more exciting than the mismatch that happened yesterday. This is a Heavyweight vs Heavyweight fight and hopefully (knowing the win-loss records of the two) a KO will occur.
Where to Watch Klitschko vs Arreola?
On HBO Sept. 26 @ 10:00pm ET / 7:00 pm Pacific also available on HBO Latino. I'm not sure whether this fight will be streamed in the US.
If ever some legal streaming happens in other countries (like in the UK) I'll update this post.