Haye out to unify heavyweight crowns

Jan 25, 2013 Full story: Iol.co.za

British boxer David Haye spoke of his intention on Friday to become the sport's undisputed heavweight champion, priming himself for bouts against both Klitschko brothers.

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AllTalk

United States

#1 Jan 26, 2013
How surprising - David Haye tring to talk his way into another fight that he has no business participating in. It did work for Haye once when by some miracle he got in he ring with Klitschko usin his mouth as his ticket in. Haye was subsequently schooled to a staggering degree by Klitschko in very nearly every skill related to boxing. It was painfully obvious that Haye simply was not anywhere near the same class of fighter that the champion was and that point was driven home round - after round - after round. The only area in which Haye's skills clearly outpaced Klitscho an many other boxers was talking - because that is ALL Haye brought to the table. Now once again we find the annoying chirping and chattering has begun again as Haye attempts to talk his way into another big pay day at the expense of boxing fans. The problem is Haye brings nothing new or interesting to the table - just more of what he brought before. Haye offers the same menu to fans that are still more than full from the last and probably only meaningful fight he will paricipate in. Haye can "want" to do anything - the problem is fans have already seen the best he had to offer and it simply wasn't good enough. No one wins the lottery twice David - go enjoy your memories.

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#2 Jan 27, 2013
can't wait to see a haye-vitali bout tbh
bohart

Newport, TN

#3 Jan 28, 2013
AllTalk wrote:
How surprising - David Haye tring to talk his way into another fight that he has no business participating in. It did work for Haye once when by some miracle he got in he ring with Klitschko usin his mouth as his ticket in. Haye was subsequently schooled to a staggering degree by Klitschko in very nearly every skill related to boxing. It was painfully obvious that Haye simply was not anywhere near the same class of fighter that the champion was and that point was driven home round - after round - after round. The only area in which Haye's skills clearly outpaced Klitscho an many other boxers was talking - because that is ALL Haye brought to the table. Now once again we find the annoying chirping and chattering has begun again as Haye attempts to talk his way into another big pay day at the expense of boxing fans. The problem is Haye brings nothing new or interesting to the table - just more of what he brought before. Haye offers the same menu to fans that are still more than full from the last and probably only meaningful fight he will paricipate in. Haye can "want" to do anything - the problem is fans have already seen the best he had to offer and it simply wasn't good enough. No one wins the lottery twice David - go enjoy your memories.
The only crown Haye will get is at the dentist when someone breaks his teeth.

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