By Edward Chaykovsky
Heavyweight contender Eddie Chambers has lashed out at former heavyweight champion David Haye. Chambers felt the sting of Haye's verbals jabs after getting knocked out by Wladimir Klitschko. Last Saturday in Hamburg, Haye lost a lopsided twelve round decision to Wladimir. Now it's Chambers' turn to throw a few verbal jabs. Chambers is willing to face Haye, if the British star intends to continue his career beyond a planned retirement in October.
"I know that Haye called me a bum when I lost to Klitschko - I will give him the chance to see just how much of a bum I am," said Chambers to The London Evening Standard. "I tried to warn Haye that it is hard to get away from Klitschko's jab and that it is hard to overcome his strength.
"Everybody gets in the ring with Klitschko and thinks that they will be too fast and that Klitschko will be too slow. I made the mistake and now Haye has made the same mistake as me and paid the same painful price - I will fight him if he wants to continue with boxing."