Wladimir Klitschko-David Haye is Targeted For September
By Mark Vester
During the Floyd Mayweather-Shane Mosley pay-per-view telecast, trainer Emanuel Steward, who works as a broadcast analyst for HBO, was asked about the ongoing negotiations for a heavyweight unification fight between WBO/IBO/IBF heavyweight champion Wladimir Klitschko and WBA champion David Haye.
Steward, who train's Klitschko, said the two sides are currently in talks, and if an agreement can be reached - the fight will probably take place in the month of September. Klitschko has already received permission from the IBF to sidestep his mandatory obligation to Alexander Povetkin.
Povetkin and Atlas will be stoked! Theyll hope Haye wins then they dont have to face a Klitschko for a title! Then again Haye will probably be KO'd.Comment by Spirit on 05-02-2010
Haye needs another trainer if hes going to win this Booth is a great businessman but Haye needs an actual gameplan for this oneComment by ophqui on 05-02-2010
[QUOTE=Tunney!;8253635]The judges that have "biased, shitty" scores in Germany are often from the UK. Paul Thomas is the perfect example (he scored Dimitrenko-Chambers a draw).[/QUOTE] So? the point im making is that there are a lot more controversial, hometown decisions…Comment by Pirao on 05-02-2010
[QUOTE=ophqui;8252794]I dont think the gate would be a problem in either country to be honest, [B]and englands not known for biased, shitty judging like germany is[/B]. I doubt klitschko would concede such a big advantage though[/QUOTE] :rofl: Are you serious?Comment by Freedom. on 05-02-2010
[QUOTE=ophqui;8252794]I dont think the gate would be a problem in either country to be honest, and englands not known for biased, shitty judging like germany is. I doubt klitschko would concede such a big advantage though[/QUOTE] The judges that have…Post a Comment - View More User Comments (41)