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 Last update:  5/12/2014       Read more by Luis Sandoval         
   
Haye: Wilder's Power is Real, Stiverne is Easy For Him
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By Luis Sandoval

Former WBA Heavyweight champion David Haye may not be able to fight at the moment due to rehabbing his injured shoulder which forced him to withdrawal from a fight with Tyson Fury last year but he was ringside to witness the heavyweight clash between Bermane Stiverne and Chris Arreola this past Saturday night.

Haye assured he was not there to scout an opponent and was there to support BJ Flores who fought on the undercard of the main event. After Stiverne knocked Arreola out in the 6th round, BoxingScene immediately spoke with Haye to get his thoughts regarding a possible showdown between Stiverne and the mandatory challenger Deontay Wilder.

I think Wilder has the big physical advantages. I think his jab is the key to the fight. You saw Stiverne getting out jabbed by Arreola. You saw him getting out maneuvered and out boxed. Arreola isnt known to be a great boxer, hes a bit of a brawler so [Stiverne] was getting out jabbed and out maneuvered by Arreola. Someone as tall and athletic as Deontay Wilder I believe would pretty much have an easy night Haye would tell BoxingScene.

Haye is very familiar with Wilder as hes used him for sparring in previous camps. Wilder boasts a record of 31-0 with 31 knockouts and while there are still questions about the legitimacy of Wilder, Haye confirms his power and skill is for real.

[Its] very real. No one has 31 knockouts in a row whose power is manufactured. Even if you did hand pick all his opponents, why arent there other guys with that same record? Theres a reason, hes the goods and he can punch very, very hard. Ive sparred with him and hes hit me on the chin before and he can punch. He really can punch and hes only hit me with 16oz gloves on so when they put 10oz gloves on and no head guard, hes doing damage. So I actually fancy him to beat Stiverne if they ever do fight. But Wilder is definitely genuine and I wish him nothing but luck stated Haye.

Hayes career is still in limbo at the moment due to his recovering shoulder injury which may or may not heal properly in order for him to continue his boxing career. For the moment, hes enjoying his time off and attending boxing events in the US as he was also at the Mayweather-Maidana fight last week in Las Vegas, NV.

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Tags: David Haye , Bermane Stiverne , Deontay Wilder , Wilder-Stiverne , Wilder vs. Stiverne


 

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comment by micky1971, on 05-14-2014
[QUOTE=Jack Napier]Stiverne will kick Wilder's ass Wilder can hit but his resume sucks balls prefer Wlad getting the 1st shot at Stiverne but Wilder-Stiverne sounds just fine, got Stiverne there by wide UD[/QUOTE]ok, the word we are looking for is cunt. dont be one mate..

comment by micky1971, on 05-14-2014
deontay wilder is the name now, why isnt 8itchko calling him out? the 8itchko should face him, if he doesnt then the last 10 years as king of nothing will be a public humiliation and farce. however, 8itchko will only fight in hamburg (previously wrecked by bomber command back in the 40s) or in ...

Make the Fight
comment by moonshineman, on 05-13-2014
Seeing is believing.

comment by DonSimon87, on 05-13-2014
[QUOTE=One more round]lmfao, please dont tell me you think Deontay hit him as hard as he could ?[/QUOTE] The last uppercut he went for and just missed would have put Charlie into a coma no doubt. That was thrown with bad intentions!

comment by LacedUp, on 05-13-2014
[QUOTE=New England]he's been on a tour of duty for the last couple of years for sparring. he's been in camp with lots of guys. this looks like a "white collar" gym, and is probably only some place where he goes for lighter work. maybe they close the place down and bring in sparring partner...

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