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Wladimir: David Haye Will Be Knockout Victim Number 50

By Mark Vester

IBO/IBF/WBO heavyweight champion Wladimir Klitschko (55-3, 49 KOs) is ready and eager to get in the ring with WBA rival David Haye (25-1, 23 KOs), who clash on July 2 at the Imtech Stadium in Hamburg, Germany. Since the day both fighters signed to fight, Haye has lashed out at Wladimir and vowed to end the rule of the Klitschko brothers. The British star wants to knock Wladimir out and then he wants to end the reign of older brother, and WBC champion, Vitali Klitschko.

Wladimir will not underestimate Haye's abilities but he expects to win the fight by knockout.

"I will not underestimate David Haye. He came from another weight division and he wants to establish himself at heavyweight. He got the title and that's really interesting to me and my brother because we want to unify the belts. He's quick and his record speaks for itself. He won a lot of fights by knockout. I will not underestimate the speed and the power of David Haye. I've been in the sport of boxing for fifteen years. I'm going to be close to 60 fights. I know exactly what to expect from every single opponent. I knocked 49 fighters and David Haye will be the 50th knockout on my record list and I'm looking forward to it," Klitschko said to CNN New York.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Weltschmerz on 04-26-2011

It's time for both fighters to show what they're made of.

Comment by No1 on 04-26-2011

As mentioned earlier. Even though haye seems to think he has the much faster hand speed, he honestly doesnt have that much faster hands that wlad. Because of wlads size and akward way of fighting his speed doesnt look to…

Comment by Pirao on 04-26-2011

Can't wait for the glass chinned british hypejob to get brutally KOed :boxing:

Comment by Hitman932 on 04-26-2011

Haye is going to get dropped by a jab.

Comment by Gumby McPokey on 04-25-2011

Haye fans, please share the videos you have seen of fights Haye has looked like a great heavyweight. The rest of us have missed these fights, and would like to see him in an impressive performance against a top heavyweight.…

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