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Klitschko-Haye: Boxers Settle Dispute on Ticket Beef

By Mark Vester

According to a report in The Sun, heavyweight champions David Haye and Wladimir Klitschko have settled their dispute over tickets for their July 2 showdown. The two boxers were recently embroiled in a back and forth tussle over the number of tickets being allocated. The press tour, scheduled to begin this week, was pushed back until Monday to give the their sides more time to settle this issue. The paper reports that Haye has been allocated 7,000 tickets for the invasion of his UK fans to the Imtech Stadium in Hamburg, Germany. The venue holds 57,000.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by LeadUppercut on 05-06-2011

[QUOTE=paulf;10480721]It's a kind of sad commentary on the state of boxing that this was an issue: the Klitschkos were unsure about doing this as they've never had to before, because none of their opponents in Germany had fanbases willing to…

Comment by lfc19titles on 05-05-2011

disgrace only 7-8k brits can come wlad is such a disgrace, he gets more pathetic by the day after his stupid demands and now this

Comment by Die Antwoord on 05-05-2011

Yep, Haye won his belt off of a guy who earned the belt through boxing political nonsense and not in the ring, but actually lost the belt in the ring and had it returned to him for...I dont know...no reason?…

Comment by BrooklynBomber on 05-05-2011

[QUOTE=-The Game-;10481446][B]If you say Hayes belt is a paper belt, then so is Vitaly....[/B]So if Haye/Vitaly ever fight, Haye should then get a better say in the negotiations...[/QUOTE] That is a disputable statement. Haye beat valuev who got the belt…

Comment by Dirk Diggler UK on 05-05-2011

[QUOTE=-The Game-;10481525]But like I said, they are both champs....Wlad could have had home advantage, while Haye comes out 2nd.......[/QUOTE] Why though? When the champion (Wlad is THE HW Champion) has always come out 2nd. Why is this even an issue?

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