By Mel "Sabaka" Ohlhoft
WBC heavyweight champion Vitali Klitschko is willing to give David Haye the home advantage. Klitschko went to his opponent's backyard on Saturday night, as he traveled to Poland to knock out Tomasz Adamek in ten rounds. In July, Haye lost a one-sided twelve round decision to younger Wladimir. He promised to retire in October - but on Saturday the British fighter broke his silence and said he was willing to postpone his retirement in order to fight Vitali.
To make the fight happen, Vitali is willing to travel to England to give Haye the homefield advantage. The older Klitschko is very hungry to knock Haye out, which is something the younger Wladimir was unable to accomplish.
"David Haye is world famous, not from boxing skills but from his long tongue," he told Sky Sports. "He is the world's biggest trash-talker and that's why everybody knows him. He touched me and my brother personally and I want to knock him out. I'm serious. I want to knock David Haye out - I can do that.
"It would be a great to fight in Great Britain. I know I have great support in Britain and I want to thank everybody there for watching this fight. I know they like the Klitschko brothers and we have good support there. I would like to fight there again - at Wembley Stadium. That is another dream."