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Old 01-01-2013, 07:10 PM #27
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It's up to Vitali. Whatever he decides is ok. Win over Haye won't really do much for him. Win over either Price/Tyson/Povetkin would probably do more.

Haye's own fault - he doesn't want to be in the game anymore, so he doesn't have saying. He lost it in Hamburg 1.5 year ago.
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