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Wladimir: I Warned Sore Loser Haye, No Talk of Hurt Toe

By Ruslan Chikov

The WBO/WBA/IBO/IBF heavyweight champion, Wladimir Klitschko, said he warned British rival David Haye to avoid any discussion regarding his toe injury - because of the expected backlash from the fans and the boxing media. Klitschko won a twelve round decision over Haye in Hamburg last Saturday, and afterwards Haye took off his shoe to display a broken toe on his right foot. He said the toe injury affected his ability to throw combinations and right hand power shots.

"It's an excuse. The man was checked before by a medical commissioner. He was cleared and ready to fight. If you are in the ring, there are no excuses. It's called sore loser. And I warned David Haye, don't do that [discuss the toe]. If something happened to you, shut the hell up and don't say anything because it's going to hit right back to you. If he would have won the fight, everything would have been good. But suddenly now he's looking for excuses. Who knows what really happened with his toe? I don't really care and nobody else cares," Klitschko told Gazeta.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by junior gong on 07-08-2011

Haye could have salvaged some respect if he had given Wlad his unreserved props, but no, he disgraced himself in the worst way with this toe business. Whether it affected him or not he should have kept his mouth shut.

Comment by SERVILEV on 07-08-2011

[QUOTE=peplz;10806323]Why do these guys (The Klitschko's) always continue to talk crap after the fight? I have absolutely no respect for these two low life dogs. I hate the way fights are commentated now a days. And the fact that the…

Comment by peplz on 07-08-2011

Why do these guys (The Klitschko's) always continue to talk crap after the fight? I have absolutely no respect for these two low life dogs. I hate the way fights are commentated now a days. And the fact that the…

Comment by nomadman on 07-08-2011

[QUOTE=Freedom.;10802918]No, he means after Haye talked about it in the interviews after the fight, Wlad warned him at the presser to stop talking about it.[/QUOTE] I think the damage had been done in the post fight interview. He showed that…

Comment by mev1 on 07-08-2011

[QUOTE=hweightblogger;10804436]Yeah, he accidentally drank the fly-to-the-canvas juice instead of the attack-the-opponent cola.[/QUOTE] This is some of the funniest S**t Iv'e heard in a while.LMAO!!!

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