Haye Makes a Heavyweight Statement in Win
By Mark Vester
David Haye (19-1, 18KOs) made a statement in his heavyweight debut by crushing Poland's Tomasz Bonin (37-2, 20KOs) in less than two minutes of the first round at Wembley Arena on Friday night. Haye weighed a strong 217-pounds for the fight.
The European cruiserweight champion was making his first appearance as a heavyweight and beat the WBC's number 11-ranked contender, who's only loss before the bout was against Audley Harrison in 2004 (9th round TKO). Haye wants to keep active as a heavyweight to land a title shot in the near future.
[QUOTE=sn1gger;2319733]Danny Williams may ko haye if they goto war from the opening bell. but i feel williams would be on the slide and a ko would be his only chance. skelton would take him the distance and may even hurt…Comment by kayjay on 04-30-2007
[QUOTE=Darkstranger;2318554]Just watched the video on youtube and I see what your saying. His right hand really drops when he threw that hook and also it drops quite a way when he jabs. Is there a reason why coaches wouldn't of…Comment by Sn1 on 04-30-2007
Danny Williams may ko haye if they goto war from the opening bell. but i feel williams would be on the slide and a ko would be his only chance. skelton would take him the distance and may even hurt…Comment by Darkstranger on 04-29-2007
[QUOTE=kayjay;2316397]Are you kidding me? Haye is not very good. Here's a copy of my post from another forum: Another very respectable poster from here gave a similar and slightly more detailed analysis. Don't expect this guy to compete with the…Comment by uppercut_84 on 04-29-2007
Skelton is crap, he would get sparked.Post a Comment - View More User Comments (73)