Haye Picks Kessler To Win, Hopes For a Froch Rematch
By Luke Furman
Former heavyweight champion David Haye is picking Mikkel Kessler (44-2, 33KOs) to defeat Allan Green (31-3, 21KOs) on Saturday night at Parken in Copenhagen, Denmark. Kessler makes his debut at light heavyweight. The vacant WBC silver title is on the line.
Haye hopes to see a future rematch one day, between Kessler and Carl Froch, who faces IBF champion Lucian Bute on May 26th in Nottingham.
"Green can bomb and has a lot of strength, but Kessler is simply superior in boxing terms. I think he will outbox Green and stop him in one of the last rounds. It will be an exciting showdown. Kessler is 'for real', and he delivered a hell of a fight against my friend Carl Froch. I hope for a rematch between the two at a later date, but first he has to handle things here," Haye said.
Luke Furman covers boxing for bokser.org.
The point giver helps those in need. The point giver may have to distribute points to Allen Green after this fight. Long live the points, Long live the green ! :ROCK:Comment by BattlingNelson on 05-18-2012
[QUOTE=ABOSWORTH;12142013]Are you sure about that? It doesn't indicate that ESPN will show it on their website. The schedule lists up coming fights on other networks but it usually indicates if it will be shown on ESPN, which it doesn't in…Comment by Scary on 05-18-2012
Kessler will run through him! Can't wait :)Comment by rsx03wba on 05-18-2012
[QUOTE=TheHayeMaker;12141973]Kessler brutally ko this stupid fraud Easy work for the viking easy work Baby Allen Green lawl didn't ward duck him? or fight him? I don't really pay attention to Ward's career someone tell me[/QUOTE] hahah did ward duck him?…Comment by ABOSWORTH on 05-18-2012
[QUOTE=BattlingNelson;12141999]The fight will be shown in the US on ESPN 3.[/QUOTE] Are you sure about that? It doesn't indicate that ESPN will show it on their website. The schedule lists up coming fights on other networks but it usually indicates…Post a Comment - View More User Comments (8)