Originally Posted by !! Mr. Soprano
Wlad has see it all... Peter, Chambers, Chagaev, Ibragimov, Brock, Brewster, Byrd.... What's Haye got to bring that Wlad hasn't seen in his 58 pro fights?
I suppose Haye's speed, power and athleticism is something that Wladimir hasn't seen as a combined package for quite a while so Arreola's point isn't completely invalid imo. But at the same time of course, Haye's never been in with anyone like Wladimir. They both deserve to be in the position they're in as heavyweight champions. They are both dedicated to the sport and take their training very seriously unlike so many other heavyweights of this era. It's good to see the fight seems to finally be happening.