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Frank Bruno Urges David Haye To Knock Klitschko Out

By Mark Vester

Former heavyweight champion and UK legend Frank Bruno is urging WBA king David Haye to knock Wladimir Klitschko out on July 2 in Hamburg, Germany. Bruno remembers the pressure of traveling to enemy territory to face Mike Tyson. He doesn't advise Haye to leave the fight in the hands of the judges. The only sure way to victory, says Bruno, is to score a win by knockout over the WBO/IBO/IBF champion.

“I wish David all of the very best and I hope he does it, he’s today’s heavyweight and you have got to respect that. If he’s going to go to this guy’s home territory, he’s going to have to knock him out but he’s definitely got the skills to do it. It will take a good guy to beat Klitschko but Haye has got the freshness, the youth and the hunger to beat him. If luck’s also on his side, you never know what can happen,” Bruno told Express and Star.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Cotto's Father on 06-21-2011

?Bruno,you never mad it to the judges in either fight with Tyson.

Comment by Thurman on 06-21-2011

[IMG]http://www.gigsport.com/images/events/david_haye1.jpg[/IMG]

Comment by DoomCity202 on 06-14-2011

Im sorry I just dont see David Haye doing [B][COLOR="Red"]any[/COLOR][/B] damage to Wlad. I would be surprised. He will get his cornrows knocked loose like Chris Byrd did lol

Comment by Control- on 06-14-2011

[QUOTE=Rassclot;10688406]is Bruno mentally healthy now? dude was in bad shape mentally.[/QUOTE] I think he's been OK for a few years now.

Comment by Shabba Rank$ on 06-13-2011

Haye needs to call up Nigel Benn or Eubank...

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