By Phil D. Jay
Vitali Klitschko has indicated that a bout with former undisputed cruiserweight champion David Haye is possible after stating that he wanted the opportunity to knock the British fighter out after disposing of another former 200lb champion in Tomasz Adamek in ten painful rounds tonight.
The 40 year-old WBC belt holder gave Haye is glimpse of what he could expect if the two manage to agree terms on a bout in late 2011 or early 2012 by obliterating the Pole over the course of the fight and seemingly toying with the two-weight world title holder at times before stopping him late and now wants to face Haye.
"David Haye is world famous not for boxing skills but for his long tongue,” stated Klitschko after the fight.
“I would fight in Britain. I want to knock him out, seriously."
Haye, 30, has stated earlier today that he is willing to put off his scheduled October retirement in order to face one of the Klitschko brothers after losing to Wladimir in July and Vitali looks set to give the ‘Hayemaker’ the opportunity and may be ready to do it on the Londoner’s home soil in front of the British fans.
Phil D. Jay covers the boxing scene for worldboxingnews.net