Haye: Chisora Might Win if Vitali's Knee or Shoulder Goes
By Edward Chaykovsky
Former WBA heavyweight champion David Haye is expecting Vitali Klitschko to retain his WBC belt later tonight, when he defends the title against ex-British beltholder Dereck Chisora in Munich, Germany. There have been negotiations for a fight between Vitali and Haye for the summer, but their discussions fell apart over the financial terms.
If Vitali were to suffer a serious injury in the ring, which took away the use of an arm or a leg, then Haye would give Chisora a shot to win.
"These guys are monsters, 6'8 or 6'9 and the grab a hold of you and put their weight on you and it's a lot of weight going through your system. It will be very tough for Chisora, but Vitali is 40-years of age. He has well documented problems with his knees. So you never know if Vitali ruptures his knee or dislocates his shoulder - [Chisora] might have a chance," Haye said.
[QUOTE=Anton LaVey;11794170]Since when does Vitali ever fight that way? His bouts feature very few clinches. He's not his brother and doesn't fight like him.[/QUOTE] This really goes to show the ignorance of Klitschko haters. All a bunch of dumb ****ers.Comment by cm89 on 02-18-2012
england is trash none of their boxers are even whiteComment by WesleySnipes on 02-18-2012
or his toe...right Haye?Comment by noStylez on 02-18-2012
[QUOTE=iBreakbeat;11794161]I predict a lot of jab, grab and hold from klit.[/QUOTE] Wladimir is that you?Comment by Anton LaVey on 02-18-2012
[QUOTE=iBreakbeat;11794161]I predict a lot of jab, grab and hold from klit.[/QUOTE] Since when does Vitali ever fight that way? His bouts feature very few clinches. He's not his brother and doesn't fight like him.Post a Comment - View More User Comments (8)