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  • Marcov
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    Aren't the Klitschko's tired of fighting cruiserweights yet.

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  • Rassclot
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    the administrator steps in with facts.

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  • Boxing Scene
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    Originally posted by lfc19titles View Post
    where is the proof vitali agreed to that?
    Originally posted by lfc19titles View Post
    what a suprise, bs thread with complete lies

    Klits would never come to fight in the England, if the fight happens, it will be in germany, with Vitali choosing the ref and judges like Wlad did.
    Yet again, hate to do this to you but you did talk a lot of smack in the comments section.

    Haye spoke to the media recently, saying he wants to fight Vitali or Wladimir Klitschko next. Haye says he’ll send Vitali into retirement, which obviously isn’t going to endear him with the big 6’7″ Ukrainian.

    Vitali said this to Sky Sports News on the subject of Haye: “It would be great to fight in Great Britain. I know I have some support in Britain and I want to think everybody there for watching this fight. I know they like the Klitschko brothers and we have good support there. I would like to fight there again – at Wembley Stadium. That is another dream.”

    Vitali did an excellent job in fighting in Tomasz Adamek’s home country of Poland last night, destroying Adamek slowly until stopping him in the 10th. Vitali never really let the Polish crowd get into the fight by dominating every round and giving them little to cheer about. Every time Adamek would land a rare shot, his fans would scream in approval, but those occasions were so few and far in between that the crowd was a non factor in this fight.

    Against Haye, however, it could be a much different story though, because British fans typically scream nonstop, do a lot of singing and blowing of horns. It’s constant noise, which could in theory affect Vitali negatively. I doubt it will, but there’s always a chance. More than likely, Vitali would be egged on by Haye’s British fans and would go after him much quicker to end matters than Vitali did against Adamek last Saturday. Haye’s a lot faster than Adamek, but he doesn’t seem to take shots too well.

    It’s hard to imagine Haye holding up under 10 rounds of punishment the way that Adamek did. Haye has never been hit that much in a fight before, and the one right where he did get hit a few times against 40-year-old Carl Thompson in 2004, Haye get knocked out in the 5th. In his last fight against Wladimir Klitschko, Haye ran around for the entire 12 rounds, eating jabs from Wladimir. Haye didn’t have to worry too much about getting hit with power shots, because Wladimir fought cautiously and didn’t throw a lot of power shots in the fight.

    (Sorry, the link isn't allowed here, it will be censored, but just google vitali agrees to fight haye in england.) Only thing isn't mentioned is the 50/50, but I'm pretty sure Vitali would give it to get him in the ring.


    http://www.************.com/2011/09/vitali-open-to-fighting-haye-in-england-in-wembley-stadium/
    Last edited by Boxing Scene; 10-04-2011, 06:25 AM.

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  • Wesker115
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    What is it with the internet?
    Even if Vitali and Haye have agreed to this, the fight just isn't going to be made just like that is it?
    50/50 would be fair enough if it was at Wembley as the vast majority of the fan base would be there to see Haye (either cheering him on on hoping he gets beat up).

    I still find that Vitali hat stealing thing hilarious every time I watch it. Ultimate AMOG move!
    Last edited by Wesker115; 10-04-2011, 06:22 AM.

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  • DET. IRONSIDE
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    The Heavyweigh division needs athletes and hype.

    Haye did bring both of these but he lost to a better athlete.

    Still, looks like he's running.

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  • Money Shot
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    Haye has probably watched the Adamek tape a couple of times and come to the same conclusion as Booth.

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  • Sadistic
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  • thedarkness
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    Lol Vitali is ready to destroy Haye and called Haye's bluff hahah.

    Haye is probably ****ting bricks still.
    Last edited by thedarkness; 10-03-2011, 11:48 PM.

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  • jkaisen41
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    Originally posted by Rassclot View Post
    Seriously. Where is he?
    Vitali is the real Klitschko... how somebody actually ranks Wlad over him is really beyond me... this man is a real fighter and he isn't such scared little boy like Wlad... he goes everywhere... and I absolutely would love that fight in England...

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  • Sadistic
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    Originally posted by lfc19titles View Post
    what a suprise, bs thread with complete lies

    Klits would never come to fight in the England, if the fight happens, it will be in germany, with Vitali choosing the ref and judges like Wlad did.
    Vitali loves to beat up his opponents in their hometowns.

    KO 2 Herbie Hide in England

    TKO 10 Chris Arreola in Los Angeles

    TKO 10 Tomasz Adamek in Poland

    Vitali wants to beat up Haye in England.

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