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Haye: My Hayemakers Will Take Wladimir's Head Off!

WBA Heavyweight Champion Of The World David Haye, bit back with considerable venom in response to the recent mutterings of WBO, IBF & IBO Heavyweight Champion Of The World Wladimir Klitschko.  In his last media day before the massive Heavyweight unification showdown with Klitschko, Haye was in a extremely confident mood and he did not mess around in telling the waiting journalists exactly how he was going to deal with his opponent.

The Hayemaker started off by stating "This occasion does not get any bigger, it is without doubt the biggest heavyweight showdown in many years and I have to be at my very best to win the fight.  Myself and Wladimir are clearly two fighters in their peak  so there is no room for excuses or shortcuts".

When asked what the key to the fight Haye answered in typical fashion "The key to the fight is obvious, I have to land my hayemakers ASAP,  when that happens they will take Wladimir's head off.  He has not met any fighter with my speed or condition.  He is used to fighting overrated  fatties who prefer to do their workouts by eating plenty of fast food".

No matter what the question the various journalists had to offer, the WBA Champion Haye had an answer.   So much so, he cut one journalist down to size who doubted Haye could match Klitschko in the last half of the fight if indeed it went that far.  "I have proved time and time again the longer the fight goes on the harder I punch, let me make it perfectly clear I will do whatever it takes  to win the fight".

A lot of questions surrounded whether this could be the last fight for The Hayemaker or whether he would indeed continue beyond his previous statements of retirement. "Realistically this could very well be my last fight,  I am definitely going to retire in October, so after I make short work of Wladimir, if his brother Vitali does not get a move on by having the bottle to fight me then that's it.  You always want your last fight to be your best fight, this will be without any doubt be my best performance!!".

Haye continued "I have always been determined I wasn't going to be one of those fighters  who fights on too late.  There will always be people out there who will claim there is one more fight out there, there is always someone who will make a noise.  My only focus is my career defining fight with Wladimir Klitschko, he is going to get knocked out in his adopted hometown of Hamburg!!!

Tickets are still available for this massive heavyweight showdown at www.eventim.de or alternatively fans can order the event at Sky Box Office by phoning 08442410888.

Courtesy of Hayemaker.com

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by hugh grant on 06-17-2011

Good luck against Wlad haye, i just hope you dont underestimate him just cos you arent entertained by his fights. Manny Steward said talent wise he is more talented than Lennox Lewis in his opinion, even if his resume isnt…

Comment by Ravens Fan on 06-17-2011

[QUOTE=Dave Rado;10703094]Haye can be wild at times, but you exaggerate his wildness. His accuracy rate is generally very high. Against Ruiz he landed over 40% of his punches and against Valuev it was over 65%. And I wasn't claiming that…

Comment by Dave Rado on 06-16-2011

[QUOTE=HitmanHattonAY;10703131][/QUOTE] LOL - enjoy your fantasy while you still can ....

Comment by HitmanHattonAY on 06-16-2011

Comment by Dave Rado on 06-16-2011

[QUOTE=Ravens Fan;10699341]The major problem for Haye is that he is not Tyson or Foreman. With that said Haye does throw very wild punches and that is why he tends to hit fighters with rabbit punches and he also tends to…

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